15 TV Shows You’re Embarrassed To Admit You Like

This dilemma is nothing new. People have been dealing with TV shows they’re too embarrassed to admit watching for generations. Just like your grandmother felt too ashamed to admit to her soap opera addiction and your parents are too flustered to concede that they watch Who The Bleep Did I Marry?, here are 15 TV shows you’re too embarrassed to admit you watch. And even if you are one who has judged these shows in the past, you may find your curiosity piqued after reading this list and want to take a second look at some of these.

 

№1. The 100 Seems Stereotypical But Its Suspense Draws Us In

Oh geez. Something else about an apocalypse. Something else about a small (relatively speaking, of course) group of people forced to exist together and start a community of sorts. Something else that’s an experiment being overseen by some sort of government-type organization. And certainly, they all have to be teens. Plot seem familiar? Definitely. Which is probably why many people roll their eyes when they hear the mention of the show, The 100. But some of those eye-rollers very much may be the ones giving the show the popular ratings that it has today. Fans love the thrilling situations that the characters find themselves in as well as the suspenseful environment created on the show.

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№1. The 100 Seems Stereotypical But Its Suspense Draws Us In

This show is much loved which is maybe why the popular plot formula seems to be working so well! With that being said. you can tell why hardcore The 100 fans may not necessarily want to shout their love for the show from the mountains tops. It seems like it’s too much of a stereotype… until you watch it.

 

№2. We’re Secretly Proud To Be A Fan Of The Flash Although Some May Find It Cliché

*Groan* “Not yet another corny superhero TV show”, you hear your co-worker say at lunch while flipping through a magazine and you quickly clam up with that witty remark you were about to make about your new favorite show, The Flash. Drawn into the show at first were the ones who were already fans of The Flash, the ones who were willing to give a TV show a shot with their beloved superhero, that is. Some thought that it was too grandiose and strange at first, judging by reviews but the likable cast soon won watchers over. Now the superhero show boasts a healthy 94% rating on the critical review site, Rotten Tomatoes.

№2. We’re Secretly Proud To Be A Fan Of The Flash Although Some May Find It Cliché

Nothing to sneeze at. People that make up for those pleased ratings like the show for its impressive special effects and visuals as well as the action and bits of humor woven into the character dynamics. I guess there’s a bit of Sheldon Cooper in many of us… even if we refuse to admit it.

 

№3. Despite Its Seemingly Cheesy Plot Lines, Smallville Steals Our Hearts With Its Sweet Nostalgia

The young man with the S on his chest is the star of Smallville which backtracks (backtracked to be accurate but thanks to Netflix DVD and YouTube, you can feel free to relive it whenever you wish!) to Clark and Lana’s tender teen years, showing glimpses of their childhoods as well at times.

№3. Despite Its Seemingly Cheesy Plot Lines, Smallville Steals Our Hearts With Its Sweet Nostalgia

The overall consensus of this show by those who don’t understand how great it is was seems to be that it was merely an attempt at grabbing ratings from classic Superman fans. But true fans, even if they might blush when they admit their love for the show, know that the blend of teen angst with strong well-developed characters and plot lines that aren’t really so cheesy if you give the show a chance. As mentioned earlier, you still can at any time!

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