I know Amber West and I promised to review something new this week on Why It’s Worth a Watch Wednesday, but we told a little white lie. I know, there we go again with fibbing to our audience, but we have a good reason. Amber brought something to my attention this week—something very important—it’s our anniversary!!
One year ago tomorrow, a friendly face on Twitter reached out to me and proposed we join forces and two of our favorite things—television and food—to help others know which TV shows were worthy of a watch. Because let’s face it, not many people have as much time on their hands to fit in as much television as we do (okay, as I do; I don’t want to make Amber out as a crazy-television-obsessed-viewer like I am), so why not help the channel surfers in the world find that one perfect fit to fill their one or two free hours a night?
With that, Why It’s Worth a Watch Wednesday was born, and a great friendship blossomed with my girl, Amber. I never really set out to blog three times a week, especially not about TV twice a week, but looking back I wouldn’t change a thing.
So in celebration of our blogiversary, we thought it best to offer up the Top Ten most popular reviews, five here and five over at Amber’s place.
Which TV shows brought the most people over to my WatchWed posts?
#4 –Burn Notice & Suits, a hot two in one special
#3 –Criminal Minds
#2 –Leverage & White Collar, another two in one special. Obviously our viewers love a good con man, or team, whichever…
And, the number one WatchWed post of all time?
I mean really, who doesn’t like the darker look at the classic fairy tale… my guy and I sure do!
Before we go, we want to send out a BIG THANK YOU to all of our viewers who have supported us over the past year! None of this would be possible without you! Amber and I love what we do, but it wouldn’t be nearly as much fun without the great reader interaction we receive week in and week out.
And in staying in-tune with our viewers, what would you like to see as Why It’s Worth a Watch Wednesday embarks on its second year? Leave a comment or stop by the Twitter hashtag (#watchwed) and let us know!
Now click over to Amber’s blog and see which of her WatchWed reviews cracked her top five. Like me, her shows come with some very sexy arm candy…
Come back next week when Amber and I review something and return to our regularly scheduled reviews, even if we don’t know which shows just yet. Hey, it’s summer… we’ve got fun in the sun on the brain.
A Recap of The WatchWed Review System:
GTV (Gourmet TV): Everything we want and more
MacTV (MacNCheese TV): Guilty pleasure. Not perfect, but is satisfies
GMacTV (Gourmet MacNCheese TV): A combination of fine wine and comfort food
JFTV (Junk food TV): It’s not great for us, but we’ll go back for seconds
TBPTV (Twice Baked Potato TV): Part gourmet and delicious, while absolutely horrible for our cholesterol
SSTV (Still Simmering TV): It has potential, but the jury is still out
NIV (Nyquil Induced Viewing): Perfect for that late night television sleep timer
LOTV (Liver&Onions TV): Do we really have to explain? Blech