Why, the day they start to show new episodes of television series, of course! It’s like Christmas without the lines or the bills or the lamenting about what to get everybody on the list because there’s something for everyone. There are new stories from old favorites, and there are new offerings you can try for free without any down payment beyond your time.
Now, if you’re a Scrooge afoot in the land of TV, just go read a book and don’t bother the rest of us. I’m not saying it’ll all be great, or even that much of it will be worthwhile. But right now, it’s all shiny and full of possibility. Still, I keep these precepts in mind:
Television can teach. It can illuminate. Yes, it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise, it is merely lights and wires in a box. (Edward R. Murrow)
Imitation is the sincerest form of television. (Fred Allen)
Time for the first show–see you later.