It’s an annual ritual.
You sit down and you watch the television on a big screen in the living room.
It’s one of those things that’s only been done once, in the 1950s, but we know that’s when television became more popular than it has ever been before.
With a huge increase in demand for sports, including soccer, and the arrival of streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, the TV schedule is set to become more crowded in the coming years.
The question remains: What will we watch?
According to TV market research firm TV Market Intelligence, the most popular television series on broadcast and cable in 2017 was the highly anticipated American Idol.
But there were also some shows that were quite popular on the digital platforms, including Game of Thrones, Doctor Who, and American Horror Story: Hotel.
Here’s a look at the 10 most popular TV shows from 2017.
The Bachelor The Bachelor is back!
What’s the point of getting married in 2017?
It’s a very common sentiment, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Bachelor star Ryan Murphy revealed in his new book that he and his wife were planning on getting married at a hotel in New York City, but the wedding was cancelled at the last minute when he had to leave the city for a family visit.
But it turns out that it wasn’t a big surprise.
“I was just so busy I didn’t think much of it,” he told PEOPLE magazine.
The couple met at a nightclub and decided to start dating after the show.
“We were a couple of friends and we just got to know each other so quickly,” Murphy told PEOPLE.
“He was just an easygoing guy, he was fun to hang out with and it was a really good way to get back on track after a year off.”
House of Cards House of Card stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright are back!
It’s time to get serious again, House of Cards fans.
After being forced to cancel their wedding, Kevin Spaceiness and Robin Woodward decided to finally make it official.
“Our relationship is officially over,” they wrote in a message on Facebook.
“Robin and I were so lucky to be able to work together for so long and be able say this to everyone: You are our friends.”
Houseguests On the last episode of House of Guests, Kevin (Kevin) and Robin (Robin) finally decided to take a break from being the Houseguest.
The pair went on a shopping spree and bought a boat.
But when they got back to the mansion, the couple had to cancel the wedding and the two were forced to return home to find Kevin in the bathroom.
“It’s not worth it to me,” Kevin told PEOPLE, adding that he was feeling “bored.”
“I don’t think I have the energy to make it a big deal,” he added.
“This is the last time we’re getting married.”
Big Brother Big Brother is back for another year.
“That’s what they said,” Houseguys Ashley (Ashley) and Alex (Alex) said in an Instagram post.
“They said we’re not getting any more.”
They went on to say that they are “taking a break” from the show and plan to be “more in the moment.”
The Voice The Voice is back in 2017!
This year’s season of The Voice saw many of the cast reunite and it’s going to be an interesting year for the show with the returning cast members.
In addition to the returning players, this season will also feature a host of new voices including a new star, a new host and a new cast member.
The new cast members include: Adam Scott as “The Voice” The Voice, who joined the show in 2016 and has been a recurring cast member for four seasons.
He is joined by Sarah Schneider (The Voice) as “Alex” and “Alexis” as “Ashley.”
Adam Scott is joined for season five by Sarah and Ashley Scott.
Adam Scott (The View) is joined in season five for the first time by Ashley Scott (House of Lies) and Sarah Schneider.
Adam will appear in his first series episode.
Sarah Schneider is joined this season by Ashley.
Sarah is joining The Voice for the second time.
Sarah has been on The Voice since 2016 and is a regular cast member since the show started.
Ashley Scott is joining the show for the third time.
Ashley is joined once again for the fourth season.
Ashley and Sarah are joined once more for the fifth season.
The series premiere of The Biggest Loser is set for Thursday, September 29, at 8 p.m.
ET on ABC.
The Goldbergs The Goldberg’s return to the Biggest Lads?
“We’re excited about it,” Goldbergs co-star Kristina Rueff told People.
“You’re getting a new character, a whole new cast.
It feels like a