The most popular teams end up in the prime TV slots during the NFL season, and after years of dominance by the Cowboys, the Texans are starting to catch up. Between the two teams, fans will get seven prime-time games this fall.
Cord cutters everywhere will be seeking out a spot at a local bar or restaurant to see the big game. If you don't have cable, or satellite, and only have internet, where can you catch the big game, on a big screen, if you don't get invited to a Superbowl Party?
The weather is fantastic in Texas this week, and some TV producers are taking advantage of these happy, bright sunny days to film a dark and intense TV series. And one surprise actor is in Austin to be part of it as they add his character back into the story.
Texas A&M has a big game coming up on national television tonight. While it's great to be in the spotlight, with the TV time outs and regular time outs, are the games too long? Some basketball games might get a whole lot shorter.
The choices are endless if you're into reality TV, and some states love some shows more than others. Montana's favorite is Hoarders, Duck Dynasty rules Arkansas, and Nevada likes Pawn Stars. See if you agree with the top choice in Texas.