Set in 1960s New York, Mad Men follows the lives of enigmatic ad executive Don Draper, his fractured family, and the men and women of an ever-changing ad agency. Filled with lots of smoking, drinking, and era-appropriate sexism, Mad Men is a view into the not-so-distant past.
This list will not make me popular, but it's the truth. These are TV shows everyone is buzzing about, but for some reason, I (and my husband) just can't get into them. We've tried at least 2 episodes of each of these series before deciding to stop tracking. Is it the storyline? The acting? The popularity? We loved Dexter and Breaking Bad so why don't we like to watch these?
More popular titles that I haven't watched or I started and never finished. There needs to be more time added in the week.
Watched: Falling Skies, Without a Trace, Numbers, Six Feet Under, Flashpoint, Psych, Gilmore Girls, Lost Girl
Someone call social services. It's all here: criminals putting their kids at risk, neglecting the kids to go swinging, writing letters to your kid to tell them their life isn't worth living, violence, drug addicts, seriously poor decisions, and knitting needles, dahling.