The Rushmore Report – Six TV Shows You Can Watch as a Family


It’s one of the hardest things to do – finding television shows you can watch with your family. But if you love good, wholesome entertainment, the shows can be found. No, there aren’t a lot of faith-based or family-friendly shows these days. But you shouldn’t watch too much television anyway. With the fall season upon us, we are here to help. Below, we suggest six shows that you can watch with your kids – without worrying about foul language or questionable content.

1. Last Man Standing

This may be my all-time favorite comedy. I didn’t discover the Tim Allen show until it had already finished its six-year run on ABC. Following its cancellation two years ago, fans have demanded a reboot. And fortunately, Fox listened. The show features strong conservative themes that are pro-family and pro-America. Mike and Vanessa Baxter and their kids are even seen in church regularly.

2. NCIS

This long-running crime show seems to only be gaining in popularity. The show features a team of special agents who solve crimes and fight terrorism within the context of the U.S. Navy. The show has a strong patriotic emphasis. Unlike most shows, NCIS is void of sexual messages. I know NCIS is a good family show, because I used to watch it every Tuesday night with my mom, until her passing ten years ago.

3. Seal Team

After just one year, this new hit has garnered a strong following. The Navy SEALs train, plan, and execute the most dangerous, high-stakes missions imaginable. Like so many of the CBS prime time shows, Seal Team promotes a strong message of patriotism.

4. Blue Bloods

Another CBS show, Blue Bloods is my favorite crime show. This is a no-nonsense multi-generational show, featuring Tom Selleck and his family of police officers. Selleck grapples each week with a new moral or ethical issue plaguing his police force, always vigilantly protecting the officers who dutifully serve the city of New York.

5. Duck Dynasty

While the show ended its historic run in 2017, episodes are readily available on A&E network. The show follows the duck call tool-making Robertson family as they run a business, raise a family, and engage assorted good old country redneck fun. Few shows have ever featured family values and a strong Christian faith like the Duck Dynasty family.

6. Fixer Upper

Like Duck Dynasty, this show has completed its run. And like Duck Dynasty, it can be seen in reruns, on HGTV. The show features the magnetic couple of Chip and Joanna Gaines, from Waco, Texas. They fix up houses for buyers, but the show is much more than that. It features a strong Christian message and a family that is fully engaged. More than any show I’ve ever seen, Fixer Upper combines absolute hilarious antics with a passionate pro-family emphasis in every show.

 


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