By Amy Balagna Posted October 14, 2009
Who wouldn’t watch a show about a family man, a blood splatter analyst, and a part-time serial killer? Michael C. Hall plays such a character in the hit show “Dexter” on Showtime.
It’s one of the most interesting and suspenseful shows I’ve seen in a long time. Dexter, sophisticated and suave, has a new baby, the accommodating sleep deprivation and a “code”. Vowing never to kill the innocent, he lives his life solving murders and killing the murders that get away with their crimes.
Drama, doctors, and Patrick Dempsey, what more do you need? How about “Grey’s Anatomy” on ABC? Never what you expect, this hospital farce has everything from realistic gore to steamy love. Random deaths and illnesses strike the cast as well as the patients.
If doctors aren’t your thing, check out “Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe” on the Discovery Channel. It has mud, bugs, and a witty host that will make you feel… dirty. Or you could watch “Cash Cab” also on the Discovery Channel. It makes ordinary people look dumb at times.