This was supposed to go up in June but due to my (unexpected) blogging holiday, it’s here now. Maybe not quite during lockdown anymore, but everyone is always looking for new tv shows to watch, right?
Little Fires Everywhere
THIS ONE. Guys. This show made me stay up late (and I usually go to bed really early).
A story about Elena, a woman who plans every second of her life, and Mia, an artist with a nomadic lifestyle and a daughter.
That’s all I’m saying about this one. Just watch it. (Available on Amazon Prime.)
Hollywood is a Netflix original about people trying to make it as actors in the sixties. The atmosphere in this is unreal and they give you a very real look into what some people are willing to do to get famous.
Created by Ryan Murphy (known from American Horror Story – which is another recommendation!) and featuring Darren Chris (who I hadn’t seen in anything for a while and am in LOVE with)
The Good Place
A lot of people will have already seen this, but it deserves a spot on this list. What happens after you die? It’s the big question we all wonder about. And the Good Place gives us an answer. When Eleanor Shellstrop dies, she goes to the Good Place. But she knows she doesn’t belong there. This show is both funny and heartwarming and gets us to think about what it means to be a good person.
Also, episodes are only 25 minutes so you’ll fly through them!
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
Don’t judge this one just because it’s in the same world as Riverdale. (I did, and severely regret that now that I’ve seen all of it.) Sabrina is a teenage witch (as we all know) and she’s trying to live in two worlds: the human world and the one where she’s supposed to worship Satan.
While Sabrina has some serious flaws as a character, this is a wonderful tv show with three whole seasons that you can binge!
And then, last but not least…
This is us
Click here for the trailer (even though it doesn’t do this show justice)
My favourite show ever that doesn’t get talked about nearly enough.
This is us follows the Pearson family, from a time where Jack and Rebecca Pearson are young parents, to their kids fully grown-up and starting their own families.
It shows us love, forgiveness, all the good and bad that comes with parenting…