A few series I've gone over to a friends to watch the DVD series... the rest I download. We also have whatever it's called (PVR?) that allows you to record TV and pause live TV -- which is handy to pause for ~15 minutes and then fast forward through all commercials -- but anyway I don't watch all that much on TV, nothing with commercials.
Out of your list of TV series I've watched a South Park and Family Guy and I've given Once Upon a Time a whirl, which wasn't bad but I'm still somewhere in the first season. I've wanted to check out It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia but haven't done so yet...
So yeah, TV series I watch(ed) and enjoyed:
The Walking Dead
Game of Thrones
The Pillars of the Earth
Six Feet Under
Dexter (only first two seasons)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Angel (only the first season)
Lost (saw about 4 seasons of it)
True Blood (haven't seen the most recent season, don't really know how great I consider it, but it's entertainment)
Dead Like Me
The Lost Room
Downton Abbey (only first two seasons, got too soap operaish for me)
Prison Break (I lost track of it somewhere around season two)
The Killing (only seen the first season but intend to finish it)
... the majority of those are miniseries and/or not standalone episode formats. We probably have a different taste in TV shows. I also used to watch all the Star Treks and some Law and Orders, and other things I can't recall now, but their details are so foggy to me now that I won't list them, they were more often "oh, it's on tv... I'll watch it".
I'd encourage everyone to watch Game of Thrones... even my almost 91 year old grandfather is glued to it! And believe me, he hardly watches anything. I haven't met someone that disliked it; entire family and my friends all like it. Right now I'm putting on the last disc of Game of Thrones for my grandfather to finish watching season two. The new season is starting next month.
Last edited by Carmel; 02-21-2013 at 12:08 AM.