With the slightly volatile weather of late, it has been the perfect excuse to close my curtains, put my candles on and snuggle down with my mountain of magazines and watch TV, with a glass of wine, obviously.
I don’t know about you but if I find a series I like (usually on Netflix) I cannot help but binge on it! These have had me glued to the sofa, well until I get cabin fever and have to go out for a walk with the three-dimensional people.
This is just addictive – I know that you’ve probably seen it but I just love Brody and Carrie – it’s full of suspense and has a (turbulent) love story, what else do you need?
I wasn’t too sure about this when I saw it. Firstly, it sounded a bit scary (I’m a bit of a wuss!) and second of all, Netflix only released one episode a week. After I watched the first episode I was hooked! It’s about a town that has people basically return from the dead, years after they had passed. Now I’m not a sci-fi fan at all so don’t let that put you off. I actually shouted “oh no!” last night when I realised there was no new episode this week as series 1 is over. Can’t wait for series 2!
I wasn’t sure what to start watching next and I saw that Red magazine on their website had recommended this series so I thought I would give it a whirl, and I’m glad I did! The star character Jake, returns home for a visit and whilst he is there is a nuclear blast that cuts Jericho off from the outside world. Really enjoyable and addictive – first two series are on Netflix.
I love this series. No really, I love it. Two very attractive men in suits practising law (one of them illegally), gorgeous and powerful women with fantastic wardrobes, and scandal. What else could you possibly need for an amazing series?
This four series show got me good. It’s about a detective who has a past she can’t quite let go of and against her wishes, has to work with a partner to find the killer of a young girl found in the boot of a car. Hard to watch at times but well worth the four seasons.
All of these series are available on Netflix (in the UK) and I hope you enjoy them as much as I have! Any recommendations of what to watch next are always welcome :)