By Mary Moreno |Staff Writer|
A recent study by Neilson Research found that 37 percent of U.S. households watch television online That can explain the spontaneous gasps or laughs coming from all those students during their break in between classes.
“I mostly watch Korean dramas online,” said Vanessa Robles
“My favorite show is Coffee Prince, it was my very first Korean drama and is amazing. The whole plot line, everything just pulls you into the story and you begin to feel what the characters feel.”
Chris Burns has been interested in two new shows released earlier this season and watches them as they air.
“I’ve been watching Agents of Shield, it’s on ABC and is about MARVEL’s S.H.I.E.L.D. program that we’ve seen all the MARVEL film,” said Burns.
The premise is about an Agent named Phil Coulson, who supposedly died on MARVEL’s The Avengers but is now back.
Agent Coulson forms a team of shield agents to handle strange cases that will test the team in cooperation and ingenuity, as they try to work together figuring out newly emerging superhuman individuals around the world.
The Blacklist, on NBC is about a fugitive criminal of the FBI, who surrenders to them at the FBI headquarters.
The criminal, Robert Reddington, who claims the FBI and he has the same interests, that is, getting rid of dangerous criminals and terrorists.”
In the last two decades, he’s made a list of criminals and terrorists he believes matter the most; a list the FBI doesn’t know exists. Reddington calls it The Blacklist.
“Those shows are intense I also like Breaking Bad, Dexter and the Walking Dead,” said Burns
Television purist Chelsea Galves tunes in every week to ABC Family to watch her beloved program.
Galves finds herself unable to miss an episode, needless to say she is hooked.
“It definitely feels like it’s become a culture, because all these people talk on Facebook about it, share ideas of potential plot twists and you can start a whole friendship on the question, ‘do you watch Pretty Little Liars?!’”
Aldo De La Rosa watches his show on television and invests in Netflix only content, like the popular series “Orange is the New Black.”
“There is always time for that and: The Walking Dead, Supernatural, New Girl, and Orange is the New Black, and The Blacklist. I love October.”
One thing is for certain, CSUSB television traditionalist and new-age media consumers alike are making time for TV shows new and old.