Thursday, June 23, 2016

50 State Trip Half Way Point - The TV Shows

On our trip across the United States, we've been noting the movies we've watched that were set and/or filmed in the states we've visited. But we've also been watching a TV show set and/or filmed in every state. We go to a variety of sources to find the shows; chiefly YouTube but also Hulu, Amazon, and regular television.  I've been reporting the shows to the podcast TV Talk Machine, and they've been reporting the progress of the trip. Obviously, some states have many shows to choose from, while other states... Well, we had to stretch the definition of "set and/or filmed in" a few times. So here's where we are at the half way point:

1) Nevada - Crime Story (1986)

2) Arizona - Sky King (1951)

3) New Mexico - Better Call Saul (2015)

4) Texas - King of the Hill (1997)

5) Oklahoma - Carnivale - (2003)

6) Kansas - Gunsmoke (1955)

7) Missouri - The John Larroquette Show (1993)

8) Arkansas - Evening Shade (1990)

9) Louisiana - Treme (2010)

10) Mississippi - In the Heat of the Night  - (1988)

11) Alabama - Hart of Dixie (2011)

12) Florida - Fresh Off the Boat (2015)

13) Georgia - The Walking Dead (Season One - 2010)

14) South Carolina - American Gothic (1995)

15) North Carolina - The Andy Griffith Show (1960)

16) Tennessee - Nashville (2012)

17) Kentucky - Justified (2010)

18) West Virginia - The X-Files - episode 731 (1995)

19) Virginia - The Waltons  (1971)

Bonus - Washington, D.C. - Veep (2012)

20) Maryland - Homicide: Life on the Street (1993)

21) Delaware - The Pretender (1996)

22) Pennsylvania - It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia  (2005)

23) New Jersey - The Sopranos (1999)

24) New York - Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt  (2015)

25) Alaska - Northern Exposure (1990)


If you'd like to see what we watched in the other 25 states during 2016, you can find it here.

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