Last month was all about short-lived shows, and today we’re going in the opposite direction. Heather Parker joins me to talk about long-running TV shows.
This episode was inspired by our shared love of NCIS, but don’t worry. If you aren’t as enamored with Leroy Jethro Gibbs and procedurals as we are, you won’t be bored by this episode. Because we don’t just talk NCIS; we also talk other long-running shows. Some of them were surprising. (Who knew Lassie ran for 19 seasons – or that Timmy never actually got stuck in a well?!) We also talk about why some shows last so long, and how they can become part of our lives after a while. It’s a great discussion, and I think you’re going to like it.
If you missed it: click here for your free copy of Short-Lived Shows for Every Season.
MENTIONED IN THE SHOW:
- Longest-running scripted TV series (Wikipedia)
- How I Met Your Mother
- Will & Grace
- Blue Bloods, Matlock, The Office, Grey’s Anatomy, Bones
- Veronica Mars
- Grown-up rom-com novels: The Accidental Beauty Queen by Teri Wilson, Waiting for Tom Hanks by Kerry Winfrey, Meet Cute by Helena Hunting, The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
- HIMYM Finale: Major Disappointment?
- Why Pauley Perrette left NCIS
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- Find Mary at her website or on Instagram.
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