What you need to know about the biggest TV shows of 2017

I spent some time in New York City on Monday night, and there was a lot to catch up on. 

The BBC’s most-watched show, the Big Bang Theory, returned for its fourth season on Monday evening. 

I saw two shows on Netflix, with the first two of the season already broadcast on US television, and both being in the form of short episodes. 

For the most part, however, the best shows of the week were on Netflix and Amazon Prime. 

Netflix has always been a strong player in the US television market, with its originals, but it is also the largest subscription service in the world. 

In fact, Netflix is so big, that Amazon Prime has a deal with Netflix that gives it access to a staggering 70% of the US TV market. 

Its subscribers spend almost $4.4bn on content per year, which is a figure that is dwarfed by the US and the UK combined. 

And unlike Netflix, Amazon Prime doesn’t have to go through the hassle of creating content for its service. 

There is no need to create the content, the service simply chooses to sell it to the most willing customers. 

Amazon Prime has more than 20 million members in the UK, and more than a billion worldwide. 

So Amazon Prime is an unlikely choice for most people, but that’s exactly what it does. 

It is also worth noting that Amazon doesn’t get to decide what shows are broadcast on television, or how they are made. 

A lot of shows are made in different ways and then it is up to Amazon to make the content. 

One example is Amazon’s Transparent series, which was made in-house and then broadcast by Amazon Prime last year. 

But that didn’t stop Netflix from making a movie about it. 

As the Guardian points out, the show’s star, Maura Pfefferkorn, was fired from her role as a showrunner at Amazon Studios for her role in a controversial series about trans people. 

That show was produced by Amazon Studios boss Roy Price. 

Price has since stepped down from his role as head of Amazon Studios, and he is no longer a producer of Transparent. 

On the subject of shows, Amazon has an excellent deal on some of the best series on Netflix. 

You can find a lot of the shows on Amazon Prime on demand, and a lot more on its original series. 

Most of the time, however that doesn’t mean you can’t get the show you want. 

Just go to Amazon Prime, sign up for a membership and then watch it.

I went back to the UK and watched a lot. 

After the election, I went back home, and it’s been difficult to watch politics and politics coverage from the UK at the moment. 

However, it has been the same for many of the big shows on TV. 

BBC1’s Top Gear is a very popular show, and the BBC has a long history of political coverage, including the Iraq war, the Falklands conflict, and Brexit. 

My favourite shows on the BBC are the BBC1 political quiz, The World at One, which follows the life of one of the country’s most influential people.

It is a hugely popular show and has become the talk of the internet for some reason. 

Some of the BBC’s best political shows are the One Show, which takes you inside the world of the British Broadcasting Corporation, and BBC One News, which reports from the BBC World Service and gives viewers the scoop from around the world, from the Middle East to the Arctic. 

Finally, BBC2’s One Show has been one of my favourite shows ever, and has always provided excellent political commentary. 

Top Gear is on BBC1 on Thursday nights at 9pm. 

Read more: BBC shows that I missed most: A good time to be a British in 2017 article In the UK this week, it was BBC1’s flagship political programme, the One Day programme, which gave the country a real insight into the politics of the day. 

This was the BBCs first political programme in a long time and was a great way to show people just how divided our country is, as well as what our politicians are actually up to. 

All of this was also a great reason to come back to London. 

Another BBC1 show that has really impressed me was the Top Gear podcast, which I’m a huge fan of. 

We’ve got an annual Top Gear Radio special, which brings us together with the BBC Radio 5 live radio team to listen to what the team is up-to on the day, and I’m not just talking about the car and the cars. 

Many of the hosts of Top Gear are also the guests of The Top Gear Podcast, and they’ve all got some good bits for listeners to enjoy. 

Of course, there’s a lot I missed. 

To be honest, I just don’t