I watch Jeopardy! just about every evening, and occasionally maybe a half-hour of SNL. But I generally stick to movies or an occasional old sitcom episode. Those days when the networks had quality dramas and decent TV movies and miniseries are long gone; it's just forgettable sitcoms, celebrity game shows, and fake reality shows now (at least I think those Survivor/Bachelor things are still around).
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The recently canceled Superstore was a favorite too. I had been watching The Flash ever since the Grodd Friended Me episode a year or two ago but I have not bothered to watch this season. For a show about The Fastest Man Alive the plot/story moves at a snail's pace.
Nope. I watch reruns of older network shows on some of those 'retro' broadband channels (Cozi, Antenna, MyTV, etc.), but nothing current. Probably a deficiency on my part, but the style of most network stuff over the past decade or so just doesn't appeal to me much. Too much hyper-grim 'realism' in the dramas, and millenial snark as opposed to humor in the sitcoms. Older stuff has a combination of innocence and sometimes wisdom that I enjoy more.
I was watching current Jeopardy until they lost Ken Jennings, but I have to say these guest hosts they're employing now largely leave me cold.