And once again… we’re going on part two of my current list of TV shows. Today’s post features shows that air on Monday and Tuesday. So, buckle up… we’ve got some good ones.




My parents got me hooked on this one. I always do love a good detective mystery with a romance on the side. It’s funny and dramatic, and Richard Castle may embody everything that I hope to one day be. Or… maybe not.

Sleepy Hollow

I was totally skeptical at first. I mean I do mysteries, I don’t do creepy supernatural TV shows. But then I watched it and maybe fell in love with Tom Mison. So even though some of the scary things that happen keep me away for the night, I’m willing to keep watching for my Tom…



Once again, I blame the parentals on this one. They love it. So do I. Mark Harmon. Michael Weatherly. Sean Murray (who was delightful in Hocus Pocus even if his real voice was not used). Solving mysteries. Win. Win. Win.

The Mindy Project

Last summer I ready Mindy Kaling’s book and it was hilarious. So then… I started watching the Mindy Project. And I couldn’t stop. I mean, what other TV show completely and accurately describes the awkwardness and the hilarity of what it means to be single in 2014? This show. So it’s definitely a must watch for anyone who is single.

Rizzoli and Isles

Last year, I went to Boston for the first time. And I fell in love with that city. When I got back, I discovered this little TV show on TNT called Rizzoli and Isles¬†and I thought I’d give it a whirl. As you can see, it’s made the list. I love it. (I really think I’m using these TV shows as a way to relive my childhood fantasy of being Nancy Drew…).

So… part 3 and probably part 4 coming soon…