Beware of prolonged exposure to PBS.July 27, 2011
When we were first married, my wife and I lived in an area where we received only three TV stations: ABC, Telemundo, and PBS. Since ABC had a very fuzzy picture and neither of us speak fluent Spanish, PBS became our go-to station. We spent the next several years watching nothing but shows like Masterpiece Theater, Mystery, and Antiques Roadshow. We were never upset about it, but I can remember wishing that we at least had a few more options.
Now we live in a house where we get 100’s of cable channels. Not only that, we can digitally record any program to watch at a more convenient time. With all these choices, guess what fills up our DVR?
Masterpiece Theater, Mystery, and the occasional Antiques Roadshow…