OK, you all know I'm one of those "you kids get off my lawn" types. Never like anything new. I've noticed this trend of powerwatching TV shows, on Netflix, or other sources. It started with a show some people at work kept insisting I watch. Weeds. It was entertaining; and something I had never seen before. I watched it enthusiastically, and starting watching three or four episodes in a row. Then it was over. All that walking around on the ground was really cramping my high. I discovered some others, and then I finally took my first baby steps to the granddaddy of all sordid, freakish, nasty modern shows. BREAKING BAD. Since then, I've discovered, Orange is the New Black, Continuum, Orphan Black, and my current favorite: Lilyhammer. Steven Van Zandt, from the E Street Band as a mafia guy, which is a similar character to what he played on The Sopranos. So I will never again say, "whatever happened to all the good TV shows?" Because today they are making shows with amazing acting, writing, direction and production values. And I watch all of them with NO COMMERCIALS AT ALL. God bless us, every one.