To friends who know me well, hear me out. I watch two kinds of television: CNBC or absolute garbage. HOWEVER, I have now stumbled upon the ultimate disappointment of the modern age. A show called "Redneck Island". See for yourself.
These days, there's a reality TV show competition for all kinds of things. But even if you're not into singing, modeling or cooking, you can still get in on the trend, with the History Channel's "Top Shot," which premiered Tuesday night.
On the show, 16 top marksmen compete in a series of history-inspired challenges in an attempt to win $100,000 and the title of Top Shot. Keep reading
This year, TV fans bid a sad farewell to some beloved scripted programming, with long-time favorites such as "Law & Order," "24," "Lost" and newcomers such as "Rubicon" and "Terriers" leaving behind empty space in a lot of DVRs.