I watch very little televison. To the extent that I do, I find I'm generally drawn to shows on Bravo, Sundance and PBS. I don't think I've ever spent time watching anything on USA Network, home to shows I'd never even heard of--White Collar, Psych and Fairly Legal, for example--before recently learning about the network's annual Character Approved Awards.
(And by the way, this isn't necessarily a commentary about the intellectual caliber of the television that I do watch. Bravo offers plenty of lowbrow viewing options. I've been known to dabble in Millionaire Matchmaker on occasion. And The Real Housewives of New York City was on my DVR for a while. Before I cut myself off.)Read More