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    Because I've been watching animation for too long.

    I think the last L-A show I watched was Reaper.

    I always hear complaints about animation, majority how bad it has become. What about Live-Action material?

    I'm willing to try anything as long as it doesn't have a laugh track.


    Though, I'm more of a comedy-preferred person, myself

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    Arrow and Supernatural.

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    These days, I almost exclusively watch live action. First-run shows I watch when they're in season include Longmire, Unforgettable, Arrow, Justified, Blue Bloods, Elementary, with Last Man Standing and The Big Bang Theory for my comedy. FYI, the network comedies don't use laugh tracks. They still record before live studio audiences. I think Nick is about the only place where they use laugh tracks (and bad ones) on their sitcoms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael24 View Post
    FYI, the network comedies don't use laugh tracks. They still record before live studio audiences. I think Nick is about the only place where they use laugh tracks (and bad ones) on their sitcoms.
    How I Met Your Mother also uses a laugh track, although I believe in recent years, it has shot some sequences with a live studio audience.

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    In the comedy business, I recommed Suburgatory, The Middle, Community, New Girl, Raising Hope and Happy Endings. They are all great comedies, especially for the second season onward, when they realized what works and what doesn't. How I Met Your Mother is great too, one of my favorites. I hear Parks & Rec and Arrested Development are great too.

    I don't watch dramas (or non-comedies), but the one I watch, White Collar, is pretty dang good.
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    I hate to go the cliche route, but its cliche for a reason. Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad. They really are the best shows on TV.

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    I would bump to ask one more thing about this.

    Who anyone know any good live-action show for a younger audience? Something Like Mister Roger's Neighborhood?

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    The Aquabats Supershow is a good live-action show for a younger audience.

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