B Positive

B Positive – Television Sitcom – A Quality Show

B Positive
Network
: CBS
Created by: Marco Pennette
Executive Producers: Chuck Lorre, Marco Pennette and Jim Patterson
Producers: Peter Chakos, Kristy Cecil and Robinson Green
Production Company: Warner Bros. Television
Genre: Comedy, True Story.

Cast:

Thomas Middleditch ( as Drew)
Annaleigh Ashford (as Gina)
Kether Donohue ( as Gabby)
Sara Rue (as Julia)
Izzy G ( as Maddie)
Terrence Terrell (as Eli)

B Positive is a sitcom based on a true story about Marco Pennette who created the show. He needed to undergo a kidney transplant in 2013. The Sitcome is about a therapist who is a newly divorced father who has B Positive blood who needs a kidney donor. When he is unsuccessful of finding a kidney donor, he comes across a woman from his past and she offers him her kidney.

They firm a strong friendship to go through this journey together and creating a bond that will last a lifetime.

The show first aired in November, 2020.

B Positive is a must-see show that we all need to see. It is very important to donate an organ. It is a huge decision, a sacrifice and ultimately a heroic and thoughtful act to save another persons life that is deeply and greatly appreciated. This is a great show that is refreshing to see. We need more shows like this, especially nowadays with all the chaos and unpredictability in this world, this awesome show came at the right time.

It is great to see a quality show back on our television screens and devices. Thank you to Marco Pennette and the whole cast and crew. I am definitely hooked on this show. I always look forward to Thursday nights knowing this awesome show is on.

Find B Positive on social media

Twitter @Bpositive
Instagram @BpositiveCBS
Website: https://www.cbs.com/shows/b-positive/

B Positive

Has Television lost its way?

In the last little while I have not tuned into watching television much and somehow it doesn’t interest me anymore like it used to. So many years back I was glued to it, watching so many different shows and everything else, however recently, something is preventing me from touching the remote control and resorting to social media and getting my news from the internet, communicating online, as well as how busy my life has become outside the virtual world.

Now the question is, has television lost its way? I seem to think so. Nowadays, there isn’t quality content like there used to be. Before this whole stream of reality shows, violence, adult content, coarse language, discretion advised warnings and the string of nothing but bad news has been broadcasted and I just cannot seem to watch anymore of it. I probably spend about an hour or 2 a week watching television with the exception of a few special shows which make me tune in a bit longer, however after that it becomes boring, repetitive and then my TV is shut off. A lot of bad influences come from television and the shows being produced now. Things that teens, children, youth and young adults are tuning in and that is where it becomes dangerous. They think and see it on television, so they thing its alright to do it in real life.

Back before even the 70’s, 80’s, early 90’s, you’d see great quality family values always being implemented, you’d see clean and very well thought of shows that you never got bored of, people were entertained for hours watching their favourite icons play their part, you’d see appropriate clothing, appropriate topics discussed and teaching life lessons to people of all walks of life, things that never offended or hurt anyone, shows that are still discussed up until today from people who grew up in those years.

There is just a couple of good things that are on television now, like the game shows and a few of those sitcoms, award shows, and special events. That is all I tune into. Do you think that TV has certainly changed in the last 20-25 years? I think so. I think it is getting worse and not better. I am glad the TV show reruns are showing at least.

Do you give yourself a time limit to watch?

I’d rather do something more productive like writing, communicating with friends and family, going out, cleaning, cooking, going out to the malls, going out seeing people, doing more hands on crafts, reading, being on the internet and learning so many new things, making new friends online, and so much more.

Do you watch television much? Do you tend to stay away from it?
What are your thoughts?