Need A New Show To Watch? Check Out This Week’s ‘Picks To Click’
Picture this: You just got home after a long day out on the town and you make a b-line right for the couch. You turn your TV on - what are you going to watch?
Will you watch the same show or movie you've already seen a thousand times? Probably.
That's where we come in -
We (AJ and I) are those people, watching the same things we've already seen time and time again - not that there's anything wrong with that... we've just decided that it's now time to expand our watchlists.
If you're looking for a new show or movie to watch, look no further.
At the beginning of every week, we'll be sharing our "Picks To Click", a series of different shows/movies we're currently watching, with you.
And - who knows? One of our suggestions might even become your new favorite show/movie.
Ready to expand your watchlist? Read on to find out what our "Picks To Click" are for this week:
Maxx's Pick: The King Of Queens
Okay, yes - this one's an oldie - but I was born the year the series first hit cable (in 1998), so I think it's safe to say it's probably not the first show I watched out of the womb... not that I'd recall, anyway.
One thing I do know is that this easy-to-watch sitcom has been a favorite in my family for many years, and still remains one to this day.
The show revolves around the lives of Doug and Carrie Heffernan, a middle-class couple living in Queens, NY; Doug works as a delivery driver for "IPS", while Carrie works as a secretary in the city. Carrie's father also lives with the couple and does everything in his power to try to control their lives.
The show is full of humor and is sure to give you a good laugh (or a few).
You can start watching The King of Queens now on Peacock.
AJ's Pick: Big Sky (... again)
Big Sky follows two private detectives who reunite to investigate a car wreck that occurred out on a remote highway in Montana (hence, the show name). The situation gets even eerier after the detectives realize that there's more to the wreck than either one of them could've ever imagined.
AJ's been following this show for a little while now, and a morning hasn't gone by in weeks where he's not trying to convince me to start watching.
Mysteries continue to be uncovered throughout the first season of Big Sky, which you can watch in its entirety now on Hulu; the show was picked up for a second season which premiered in September. You can get caught up with season one and then catch up on season 2 now on ABC.
Binge-watching a show or movie you think we should add to our watchlists? Sound off with your "Picks To Click" on our free New Country 99.1 app!
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