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2011
May
29
 
 
I admit I'm not really into TV shows and movies focused on war. Up to this point in my life, most of my war viewing has been limited to things like Father Goose, the 1964 movie starring Cary Grant as an aircraft spotter on an isolated island during WW2. But I didn't watch it for the war component. I watched it for his budding relationship with Leslie Caron...
 
 
 
  
 
 
2010
May
12
 
 
Hola, TV WORTH WATCHING readers! I'm new here, so I thought I'd introduce myself by telling you about some of our favorite shows in this household. But first, a bit about me...
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 

Jane Boursaw

Jane Boursaw's love of TV goes back to the 1960s when she watched Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar on The Wonderful World of Disney with her family every Sunday night. After school, she'd race home, grab some Pop Tarts, and watch That Girl, The Monkees, and Gomer Pyle on her brother's little TV in his room. The Galloping Gourmet and The Mike Douglas Show were on the opposite channel. (Yes, there were only two channels at the time.)

These days, with two teenagers and a history buff husband in the house, Boursaw viewing habits range far and wide -- The Vampire Diaries, Lost in Space, The Office, Conan, Pawn Stars.

Jane's syndicated family movie and TV reviews, based at Reel Life With Jane, are presented to 20 million readers monthly in print and online publications (find out how to include them here). She's a member of the Television Critics Association, and her work has also appeared in Variety, Family Circle, The New York Times, Parade and other publications.

 
 
 
 

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