Have any of you seen this new, up and coming, somewhat "hidden" show on the CW entitled 'Hart of Dixie'?
Well, flipping through our 13 channels. Our 13 non-cable channels. Our amish cable as you will.
It stars the hunky from my old favorite, Friday Night Lights.
Jason Street. (That was his TV name on FNL. I don't know his real name...)
The show is a little edgy, a lot Southern, and I guess you could say it satisfies all my tendencies toward the Southern half of the country. (Except for the heat and humidity that is!)
It's a little Margaret Mitchell, a little Sweet Home Alabama (one of my favorite movies.)
Then again, maybe I shouldn't get hooked. It seems all my favorite shows experience a very early death after just a couple seasons. Why TV executives does this have to be so?