Thursday, July 30, 2009


Good question. In fact anyone whom loves watching TV shows while sitting on the lazy couch munching snickers or popcorn would fine this question as something easy to answer. However, been hectic busy in our routine life means that we constantly miss any chances to enjoy those TV series. Fear not, I would features several TV series in this post especially several of them which have been new or quite recently starts their latest season on the tube box.

Vampire has never been this hot and enjoyable since the cancellation of Angel in 2004.

Currently, it is shown on TV2, every Wednesday 12AM. However, fans may get frustrated because the show only run for a season of 22 episodes only.

"The series centres around Christina Cox as Vicki Nelson, a former TPS cop who left the force to become a private investigator after beginning to lose her eyesight. Through her work she teams up with the 480-year-old vampire Henry Fitzroy, who happens to be the illegitimate son of Henry VIII. The mutual attraction between them is complicated by Vicki's relationship with former partner and lover, Mike Celluci. In the beginning, he doesn't believe in the supernatural and thinks that Vicki is losing her mind along with her eyesight."

CUPID (Wiki)
Do you believe in our love been ignited by someone we never expected?

Currently, it is shown on 8TV, every Tuesday 9.30PM. Premiered on March at US, the series is a revival of 1998's same name TV series.

Bobby Cannavale and Sarah Paulson star in this series while singer Rob Thomas is one of the executive producer. "This series is about a larger-than-life character who may or may not be the Roman god of love — Cupid — sent to earth to bring one hundred couples together before he is allowed to return to Mt. Olympus. Whether by fate or other circumstances, Trevor Pierce (Bobby Cannavale) is under the care of psychiatrist and self-help author Dr. Claire McCrae (Sarah Paulson), whose own work is often based in romantic relationships. Claire's philosophy on true love is that it's the result of building friendship and compatibility. Trevor, by contrast, views it as heat and passion conquering all."

BURN NOTICE Season 2 (Wiki)
Life is constantly dangerous but constantly in hilarious acts.

Currently, it is shown on 8TV, every Monday 10.30PM. The show has now reach fourth season but each season only consists of 12 or 16 episodes.

"The title refers to the burn notices issued by intelligence agencies to discredit or announce the dismissal of agents or sources who are considered to have become unreliable. When a spy is burned, they are "wiped off the grid". According to the narration during the opening credits, the burned spy has no prior work history, no money; in essence, no identity. The television series is a first-person narrative (including frequent voice-overs providing nuggets of exposition) from the viewpoint of covert-operations agent Michael Westen, played by Jeffrey Donovan."

Investigation series with a bigger surprise but you need more than a normal human capability – psychic.

Currently, it is shown on NTV7, every Saturday 8.30PM. It is one of the highest viewed new shows for 2008/2009 TV season.

"Simon Baker stars as Patrick Jane, an independent consultant with the fictional California Bureau of Investigation (CBI). He has a remarkable track record for solving serious crimes by using his amazing skills of observation (reminiscent of Sherlock Holmes and Shawn Spencer, the protagonist of the TV series Psych on USA Network). He also makes frequent use of his mentalist abilities and his semi-celebrity past as a psychic medium using paranormal abilities he now admits he feigned. He abandoned his pretense out of remorse when his attention-seeking behavior attracted the attention of a serial killer who killed his family."

There will be more series in the next part. You know, I have 7 to introduce but only 4 for part one. Stay tune for part 2 ok!!

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