Changing Seasons in Nature and Television

Original air date: Monday, January 11, 2016
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As human beings, we are attuned to the changing of nature’s seasons, but the seasons seem to be behaving differently than we have come to expect. And as we deal with this unexpected change, we find the predictable schedule of television seasons has changed drastically. The few fall season and summer reruns have shifted to include midseason replacements, online viewing, and binge watching. Do we even know where we stand in the flow of time anymore? Join Malayna and Stacy as they explore the parallels of seasons and how to make the most of all of them!

  • The lyrics to the song “Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)” come from Ecclesiastes (with some help from Pete Seeger) and hit #1 in 1965 when sung by The Byrds.
  • “Seasons of Love” – from the musical RENT
  • Malayna liked connecting “seasons” with “seasoning”, since both add spice to life, but Stacy wasn’t entertained by the wordplay!
  • We talked about Summer Seasons
  • How Netflix and Amazon have changed TV viewing
  • And tips to make sure our bodies, minds and spirits stay in tune with nature.

About MalaynaDawn

She sees everything in life as a metaphor for spiritual growth, and loves sharing ideas. Author of Echoes Across Time, a spiritual adventure novel, she has written for a variety of positive websites and magazines, and dabbled in many areas of the entertainment industry and online media. Born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Malayna lived in Sri Lanka for 12 years, learning and writing about the world and its people. Find out what she's learned at!

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