I loved 24. It was one of those few shows that you made sure you watched every week as soon as it was on. The real time drama was great and the writing always made sure that you stayed on the edge of your seat. It's amazing all the events that can take place in just one 24 hour period.
What a wonderful treat last night. I was watching "The Voice" on NBC, and Country music duo, "The Swon Brothers" chose to honor George Jones who recently passed away with a great rendition of his song, "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes".
Along with the Fall line up FOX announced not one but two miniseries. One I told you about yesterday "24" will return for a limited run. The other is a a "Twin Peaks" like M Night Shyamalan miniseries called "Wayward Pines". That's just the beginning.
If you saw "The Avengers" you're at least a little familiar with S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate) and Agent Coulson who's death motivated the Avengers to stop Loki and the alien invasion. Some how Coulson is back and S.I.E.L.D. now has it's own TV show on ABC.
It's become an HBO phenomenon - "True Blood". I have not seen the show, but became curious as to what it was about (besides the obvious - BLOOD). I wanted "the Cliff Notes" edition, and I found it for you in case you too have not seen the show.
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