So this week for Top Ten Tuesday we're being asked to talk about our favorite TV shows or movies. I'm going to focus on TV, then afterwards, I'll pick a book to go with each show. I have to include books somehow, right?
My all time favorite TV shows:
Charmed was my favorite show. Witches, sisters, magic, demons and romance. I really miss it. Piper was my favorite and I wish Cole didn't become super evil and die.
Smallville, yeah...I miss having Tom Welling on my TV every week.
Angel. I wish Angel and Cordelia should have been together forever :(
Buffy the Vampire Slayer...some of the best TV I've ever seen. The episode HUSH still haunts me.
Firefly. Only 14 episodes, but it made a HUGE impact. Joss Whedon did something right with this show, the network screwed up by letting it go.
Teen Wolf. This is definitely my favorite show currently on tv. It's the next generation's Buffy.
The X-Files. There was a point in my life when I was completely obsessed with this show. I was not to be disturbed while it was on.
Big Brother. Don't judge...I'm a Big Brother "superfan"/junkie.
The Big Bang Theory. This is the only show currently on tv that makes me laugh.
Veronica Mars. Yes, I'm a Marshmallow. Logan forever. Thank goodness there are still books coming out, too...
Now, for some more books to go along with these TV shows...
If you like Charmed (witches), try The House of Ivy and Sorrow by Natalie Whipple
If you like Smallville (dark superheroes), try The Brokenhearted by Amelia Kahaney
If you like Buffy and Angel (quirky main character fighting evil), try Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins
If you like Firefly (space opera), try Avalon by Mindee Arnett
If you like Teen Wolf (wolves), try the Hemlock series by Kathleen Peacock
If you like The X-Files (dramatic mystery/horror), try The Vanishing Season by Jodi Lynn Anderson
If you like Big Brother (reality show), try Reality Boy by A.S. King
If you like The Big Bang Theory (geeky love), try Guy in Real Life by Steve Brezenoff
If you like Veronica Mars (girl detective), try Buzz Kill by Beth Fantaskey