Tag: TV

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Two Brilliant TV Shows

I’ve been so good at regularly posting here so I thought I’d keep up momentum and talk about a couple of things I’ve been watching lately. One sexy thriller with two feisty leads, one horribly unsettling interpretation of what could happen to the country if we’re not careful – and both currently available on the BBC iPlayer. *Minor spoilers* Killing Eve (2018-2019) After a … Read More Two Brilliant TV Shows

Cool Things on the Internet #1

Welcome to my new series of cool things I have recently found/seen/read on the internet. I don’t suppose we need anymore introduction than that, do we?

American Horror Story Rewatch: Part 2

Just like that, I am done. I can now dip into Apocalypse with a well-rounded understanding of all the characters, and where they cross-over/feature in each season. It’s so Stephen King! I have absolutely loved my AHS marathon (which didn’t include Cult because that one is still so recent). Here are my thoughts: Freak Show Freak Show starts strong but seems to drag in the … Read More American Horror Story Rewatch: Part 2

Weekly Digest – TV Special

Yes, I watch a lot of television, what of it? There’s so much good stuff at the moment, how can I not be regularly getting my fix, it would be rude. Plus, I hate to miss out. Here’s what I’ve been watching… The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 1 I know, I know – I am criminally behind on this fantastic show but better late … Read More Weekly Digest – TV Special

Weekly Digest – TV Special

While avoiding the World Cup and not watching Love Island, I’ve been doing far more intellectually significant things, obviously, such as watching these naked, lying under a fan and eating Wispas. GLOW – Season 2 Liberty Bell and friends are back in the ring though things are far from plain sailing for any of them. Ruth (Alison Brie) becomes a problem for Sam (Marc … Read More Weekly Digest – TV Special

Dietland

*The first 3 episodes* I want to talk about the TV adaptation of one of my favourite books in recent years (and apparently, my Book of 2016) – Dietland. It’s just started airing in the US and thankfully also on Amazon Prime – which is the greatest weekly treat. The first three episodes are up now and so far so good. IMDB Synopsis Plum … Read More Dietland

Weekly Digest

This week I am seriously digging: Atlanta, Season 2 The first season of Atlanta was so good, I feel like I’ve been waiting a life time for it to return. And now Donald Glover and friends (including the amazing Lakeith Stanfield) are back and it’s just as good as ever. Not only is deeply observational, it also has a lot to say about the … Read More Weekly Digest

Weekly Digest – TV Special

Easter holidays means time off work for me this year (yey) and that obviously means it rains everyday and I get to nest indoors watching my shows. This is what I’m currently digging… Ru Paul’s Drag Race – Season 10 I’m not blown away by anyone in the line up yet but then I’m only two episodes in and Netflix is releasing episodes week … Read More Weekly Digest – TV Special

Weekly Digest

Welcome to the first WD of 2018! This week’s entry revolves around three TV shows because that’s basically all I’m doing at the moment. Working, coming home, reading or watching TV. It’s not the most exciting life in the world but it is January so it’s kind of expected, right? This week, I’m digging, in no particular order: Lovesick IMDB Synopsis After finding out … Read More Weekly Digest

Weekly Digest #1

With the dawn of a new job, I want to start getting into the swing of regularly writing posts that aren’t movie reviews (though obviously that will continue). I’ve swiped the title for this series from Hannah of Ponderous Pieces because I’m a massive copy cat and couldn’t think of a better one. Welcome to Week 1. These are the things I’m into this … Read More Weekly Digest #1

We Could Be Heroes #1: Daisy Steiner (Fictional)

Just before I moved to Brighton to follow my own path, I fell in love with a television show called Spaced. It was 1999 and I felt like it was written just for me. That it became popular, and then pretty much a cult classic later on didn’t matter, back then I thought it was mine. Specifically, I thought Daisy’s character had been written with me in … Read More We Could Be Heroes #1: Daisy Steiner (Fictional)