I’ve been on a sitcom binge lately, mainly switching between Seinfeld, The IT Crowd and Scrubs whenever I’ve had the chance to (which isn’t a lot). I’ve also been catching up on South Park before Post Covid premieres.
As for movies, I watched Boy from Taika Waititi this morning. First time seeing it. Excellent film, full of that great Kiwi humour I love.
I used to like Seinfeld but it’s full of outdated jokes and stereotypes so I just recently threw my box set in the bin (it came with a script if I recall I burnt that ages ago)
Usually around this time I don’t watch annoy Christmas movie is usually horror get together in my family even on zoom. So I try and watch a horror
movie till the big day.
I do not watch television shows on DVD anymore I throw them out after watching once. Usually I use the catch up services . My main services are BBC Iplayer and UKTV play and Now TV for sport catch ups .
Just finished American Rust. Would’ve preferred that it had been a self contained series with a more conclusive ending but still enjoyed it. Jeff Daniels is always great and I’ve loved Maura Tierney since her days on News Radio and ER.
Started BBC drama The Outlaws last night. Wasn’t sure about it at first but it’s off beat and interesting enough to hold my attention for six episodes.
Usually wait and stream weekly episode release dramas closer to the end of their run but couldn’t wait to get into Succession and Dexter. Gives me time to digest each episode and rewatch if I feel like it. Nice to anticipate new episodes arriving on Sunday and Monday nights.
Yes, but I am not a great fan of multi-night reality television (e.g. MasterChef, My Kitchen Rules, The Block, Married at First Sight etc).
According to @OnAir, I am a great fan of CBS which is America’s number one television network. It plays host to such United States network series as Young Sheldon, The Neighborhood, Bob Hearts Abishola, B Positive, The Equalizer, Bull and the NCIS and FBI franchises.
There’s also hit US and UK dramas, comedies and entertainment, drawn from not only CBS (and ViacomCBS) but other international studios like Warner Bros., NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Studios (formerly 20th Century Fox), BBC and ITV Studios etc.