#Top5 Sweet Television Shows with Amanda Ashby

Jun 28, 2017 by

 

 

What do you mean I’m only choosing this topic because I love television and because I couldn’t think of anything else to do? That’s crazy. So crazy. And one hundred percent correct. Besides, here’s the thing, while I am fond of a bit of darkness and debauchery, there’s something to be said for sweet TV. So here’s a list of my five of my favorite shows.
 

 
Friends

What could be sweeter than a show about friendship and always being there for one another? Especially when it’s ridiculously funny? Nothing I tell you! Friends is my ultimate sweet TV show.

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Parks and Recreation

I avoided this show for the longest time because there was no way it could possibly be any good. Um, SO wrong! And what I love most is how crazy sweet it is. Which proves that love and kindness always win out. Unless you’re a librarian of course (which, fun fact – I actually am!)

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RuPaul’s Drag Race

Okay, this might not be an obvious sweet show BUT what I love the most about it is that behind the eyelashes, puns and tucking, RuPaul preaches love and understanding, which gives it a sweet quality that I just adore.

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Gilmore Girls

This is literally a sweet show. I mean the amount of sugary snacks that Lorelai and Rory consume is mind blowing! And while there’s all kinds of drama throughout the seasons the sweetness runs through it like a glittery, smile-inducing rainbow.

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The Brady Bunch

Yup, I really am that old! This was my favorite show growing up because there was no tantrum or disaster that couldn’t be solved by a family pow-wow or a confessional in Mr. Brady’s study.

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So what are your favorites?

 

 

 

Amanda Ashby was born in Australia but now lives in New Zealand where she writes romance, young adult and middle grade books. She also works in a library, owns far too many vintage tablecloths and likes to delight her family by constantly rearranging the furniture. She has a degree in English and Journalism from the University of Queensland and is married with two children. Her debut book was nominated for a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award, and her first young adult book was listed by the New York Public Libraryʼs Stuff for the Teen Age.  Because she’s mysterious she also writes middle grade books under the name, Catherine Holt and hopes that all this writing won’t interfere with her Netflix schedule.

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