Which TV shows did you start watching in 2013?
Game of Thrones (actively watching 3-4 episodes a day now – I’m mid-season 2)
House of Cards
Torchwood (I’m on hiatus from this, but plan to go back and finish)
American Horror Story (season 1 only)
Edited to add: OMG, how could I forget Sherlock?????
Which shows did you continue watching that you had already started?
What shows did you sample and drop?
Homeland (I liked the first season a lot, but have not picked it back up)
Orange is the New Black (might go back and watch this later)
Once Upon a Time
Under the Dome (loved the book, didn’t like the show)
Sleepy Hollow (I liked Arrow and SH and will probably go back and watch them later).
Which TV shows did you let go of in 2013?
The Good Wife, The Walking Dead, Glee, all talent and reality shows
Which TV shows did you mean to get into but didn’t in 2013? Why?
Psych, Revolution, Nashville, Castle and also the ones on my sampled and dropped list. They were shows I thought I should like, and maybe did like, but I just couldn’t stay invested enough.
Which TV shows do you intend on checking out in 2014?
Being Human, Mad Men
Which TV show impressed you least in 2013?
Under the Dome (I was really looking forward to it, and was disappointed. A case of the story in my head as I read the book being and looking much better than a television show could do justice to.)
Which TV show do you think you might let go of in 2014 unless things significantly improve? — AND — Which TV shows do you think you’ll never let go of no matter how crappy they get? Why?
I already let go of Glee. It was a feel-good show, and it became too sad after the death of Cory Monteith.
I’ll never let go of Supernatural.
Which TV show did you enjoy the most in 2013?
Game of Thrones, Scandal, Justified
Supernatural is always my addiction.
I broke up with a lot of the crazy of Supernatural fandom late this year. I’m three years clean from TWoP, and I gave up a couple of other toxic sites.
I still love the show and could read books worth of meta about it.
Best books I read in 2013:
I read several I liked, but the one that stuck with me and that I recommended to the most people was John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars. It’s y/a, and I shouldn’t like those anymore, but it was just really, really good.