I've been mixing it up a bit but some of the shows I've been watching are Police Story - never really saw it when it originally aired as in the 70s, I didn't watch a lot of episodic television as I was more into watching sports. Good show but unfortunately the crack staff at Sony degaussed the uncut remasters and only the 46 cut for syndication tapes were available. The Smith Family - I guess its only because I watched it when it was originally on that I can still watch it today. Another bland and saccharine show from Don Fedderson. The first season, its a 50s type show made in the early 70s about the home life of a police officer, the too old for the part Henry Fonda. In the 2nd season, they focus more on his police work. His daughter, Darlene Carr, is hot. Miranda - A new show, at least by my standards, as its from this century, so at least 3 decades newer than anything else I watch. British show, which I happened to catch when I was visiting family overseas years ago. Hysterical comedy and about the only show I've seen that makes me laugh out loud since maybe the early days of Married with Children. Otherwise, I've been throwing on shows that I have random episodes of, like The Manhunter, The New Breed, Slattery's People, etc.