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Old 01-14-2017, 09:57 AM   #1
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Default Which is your least favorite television genre : Sitcoms or dramas?

It has to be dramas for me. I can only take them in small doses. Sitcoms I can watch all day. I do like dramas but I can't binge watch them like I do with sitcoms
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I tend to like sitcoms more than dramas, but there's a tradeoff point. For instance, now that the retro subchannels are putting on a lot of really terrible sitcoms, I've started shifting back toward dramas more.
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I enjoy both, but prefer dramas more than sitcoms. My favorite genre is actually anthology type series which can fall under drama, Sci-Fi, etc..
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I love sitcoms and I generally don't have much interest in dramas.
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It just happens that the majority of my favorite shows are sitcoms but my TV life wouldn't be complete without dramas as well.
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I like both sitcoms and dramas. My least favorite genres are reality and trash talk shows.
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I'm not much of a fan of dramas. I like sitcoms more.
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i like the super hero tv series!! there kind of like drama!! i do watching the middle the goldbergs last man standing & the big bang theory !! for dramas if you count Agents of shield any of the newer sitcoms much!! now if you count Arrow the flash gotham dc ledgens of tomorrow & supergirl as drama!! now i do watch classic sitcoms i been watching my two dads . 227 family matters the wayans brothers drake & josh icarly doogie howser md mork & mindy mr belvedere wings becker frasier & barney miller !!
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I am definitely more a sitcom person. I enjoy coming home from a long day and propping my feet up for some good fun television that is usually sitcoms.
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