What We’ve Been Watching: September 2015

PLAYING HOUSE (Image Credit: Nicole Wilder/USA Network)

PLAYING HOUSE (Image Credit: Nicole Wilder/USA Network)

Here at The Daily Quirk we don’t just write about television- we watch it too… and lots of it! Check back each month to find out which shows have us laughing, crying and glued to our screens

Playing House – USA

I just recently started watching Playing House and I’m in love. The women are hysterical and they have the same sense of humor as me which I think is why I enjoy it so much. If you’re looking for a show with some funny ladies, this is definitely worth a shot! – Sydney Braga


Girl Meets World – The Disney Channel

Who says you can’t be 24 years old and in love with a Disney Channel series? Seriously though, Boy Meets World was a huge chunk of my childhood, and I was wary of giving GMW a try. But everything from the characters to the story and the heart of the show is so wonderful that I can’t help but love it. – Holly Storrow


Girls – HBO

I’m a little late to this party but I finally started watching Girls! I love the way the show simultaneously makes fun of and empathizes with millennials, so you can enjoy it whether you’re living it or are really glad you’re NOT. – Mallory Walker


The Flash – The CW

I finally caught up with Season One of The Flash and knowing that Season Two will be here within a month makes me so happy. The beginning started off kind of slow but the second half picked up so fast. I was literally grabbing my pillow and had my jaw dropped the whole last 20 minutes of the season finale. Oh, then I went on a Googling spree of trying to figure out the history of The Flash. – Ashley Bulayo


Scrubs – Netflix

So I’m truly confused as to why I never got into Scrubs when it was actually on TV because I cannot stop binge watching it. It’s incredibly relatable- you don’t have to be a med student to think so! – Sarah Fenerty


How to Get Away with Murder – ABC

I know, I know. I’m extremely late to the party, but I just finished Season 1 of How to Get Away with Murder and I’m totally hooked. The show has much more going for it than its central “who killed Lila” mystery – every episode is filled with surprising subplot twists, dizzying time jumps, and no shortage of WTF moments – and Viola Davis more than deserves the Emmy she just snagged for her enthralling performance as Annalise Keating (and that’s a lot coming from me because I pretty much think Tatiana Maslany should win everything ever for her roles in Orphan Black).  – Ashley Gebhardt


Penn & Teller: Fool Us – The CW

I love magic. Magic tricks, magic wands, magic words, you name it. So, whenever another magic television show appears on my screen, I’m happy. And Penn & Teller: Fool Us delivers magic in spades. Since the point of the show is trying to figure out how the magicians did their tricks, I sometimes wish they’d just tell us, but most of the time, I sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. – Kali O’Rourke


Fear the Walking Dead – AMC

This show is amazing. And terrifying. All wrapped up in one nice shiny zombie package. My husband and I just started watching Fear the Walking Dead and I’m already addicted. I love that it’s a show about leading up to the zombie apocalypse and how normal people who may know nothing about what’s going on are handling an extremely overwhelming situation. Basically, if you love The Walking Dead, love zombies and are in to TV thrillers, watch this show. Right now. You won’t regret it! – Chelsie Skroback


Lie To Me – Netflix

I binged watched all three seasons of Lie to Me in less than a week. Its got a Law & Order vibe and each episode is really different. The main character, Cal works with the FBI figuring out how people lie with facial expressions. It’s so good! – Tara Robinson



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