Weird enough, for the first time in YEARS, I'm following more than one tv show, actually, I'm following LOTS of tv shows. And I'm happy with it. Really, but I need to ramble on them for a minute so please bare with me.
The Vampire Diaries. - This I was following since the very start, it amazed me how it kept evolving from being a random and meh tv show about vampires with not much of a story to what it is now: A FUCKING WIN. Season 2's premier MAJOR DISAPPOINTED ME. Not because it was a bad production but because of the story, I just didn't like how Damon started being angsty AGAIN and broke his relationship with Elena AGAIN. But then I saw the second episode and everything was forgotten, literally. The line they've been following for the past weeks is amazing, the story is almost flawless and it just keeps getting more and more interesting, I DON'T EVEN. So yes, the Thursdays I AM EXTREMELY HAPPY.
Supernatural. - I recently starting watching the series, just before the season 6 started it. At first it didn't catch my attention that is why I never really followed it, but then I saw bits of season 4 and 5 and thought "huh, this is actually pretty good" So I started watching season 5 and for the sake of the mission, season 4. I love this show so much now. And now with season 6 I am so grateful that they are keeping the angels arc, cause that is what makes me love it so much, at least 80% of why. I really need some angels back, really, Castiel needs to go back to being Dean and Sam's pocket watch and somebody needs to tell me that Gabriel is being somehow resurrected. PLEASE. All is good so far, except that I feel a lot of Sam angst coming, which is never a good thing, I need to roll-eye here. I like how human and just, average Dean seemed in the first couple of episodes, it gave a very realistic feeling to the series. On Fridays I AM BLOODY HAPPY.
House. - Finally, finally after seasons of constant "COME ON!"s, this season seems to become everything fans ever wanted. House is with Cuddy, House seems more than likeable. It does feel strange though, a bit unnatural, but I can get used to it. I like how the characters are growing so it's all good. I also like the plots in these recent episode, it's not as entertaining or it doesn't make me devour my nails in anticipation like VD and Supernatural do. On Mondays I am content.
Smallville. - I expected way too much because of the greatness of season 9 and I am kinda disappointed. This is the last season of a series that grew up with me, I really want it to be epic yet the season premiere was definitely not good. Even so, I am willing to give it 24 chances to the show and follow it to the end, but it better gets better. On Fridays I am kinda meh but then I get bloody happy because of Supernatural.
The Big Bang Theory. - I love sitcoms more than anything and TBBT has been one of my favourites since season 1. Now, season 3 was AWESOME. But I didn't like how things ended. I took a deep breath and waited for the 4th season to start. And I swear, I had the lowest expectations and I'm still disappointed. I get it, Sheldon is lovable, but the writers are pushing too hard, it's getting way too annoying and most of all, boring. TOO MUCH SHELDON. CUT IT OUT PLEASE! Plus, I'm a Leonard/Penny fan, if they don't get back together I'm seriously going to drop this SHIT. On Thursdays I'm so excited and happy thanks to The Vampire Diaries that I seriously stopped caring about how bad this show is getting.
Two and a Half Man. - Well, I guess Charlie has to be single, he HAS to. It just went back to being the same series I've been watching all these seasons so there's not much harm done here. it's alright. I mean, yeah, I expect Chelsea to get back with Charlie but I guess that will take some time. On Mondays, I'm both satisfied and content.