Now that the American Football Season is over, and the Superbowl is long gone, many people in America are hungering for something else that they can use to take their minds off of their daily worries and stress. Luckily for us, sites like Cable-TV.com can help you find just the right thing for your tastes. Here, though, we will go over five TV shows that will help you to miss the football season a little bit less.
For an easy transition from the action and drama of the gridiron, The History Channel’s new series, Vikings, is right at the top of this list. Vikings premiered on March 3rd, 2013 and has already garnered a lot of praise and high ratings. The show is inspired by stories about the Viking, Ragnar Lodbrok, a well known raider from medieval Scandinavia. This dramatic series is based on actual legends about the Viking chieftain.
Archer is a sitcom based around the smooth and selfish master spy, Sterling Archer. The show is animated and full of adult humour, sex and violence. The title character on this show is voiced by H. Jon Benjamin, and the cast is made up of other well known actors like Aisha Tyler, Chris Parnell, Judy Greer, and more. Archer is not a show for the kids in your family, but it is sure to have you laughing after bed time.
To bring a bit of action and humour together, Psych is a comedy/drama about a team of detectives and the “psychic” they rely on to solve cases. Psych has been around since 2006, and although it may not be great for younger children due to light violence and a little adult humor, it is a great show for your early evenings.
Game Of Thrones
Game of Thrones is an epic fantasy series based off of the hugely successful series of novels by George R.R. Martin. This series has tons of action, sex, violence, and drama, and is huge hit all over the world. The cast for the show is huge, with big names and unknown actors alike sharing the spotlight. You never know who will survive to the next season.
To finish this list off with huge laughs, Community is a comedy series centered around a group of students at a community college. With Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Chevy Chase, and Donald Glover playing some of your main characters, it would be hard to go wrong. Community premiered in 2009 and has been a fan favorite ever since.