5 TV Shows Worth Binge Watching
I’ve said before that I have become addicted to Netflix and watching shows. I’ve been binge watching TV shows. I’ve been feeling lately that I’ve been missing out on shows everyone else has been watching. I thought with Ian organising me Netfix, I’m lucky to be able to binge watch. As I’ve not been feeling too great with my Fibromyalgia, it’s been perfect. Also as a de-stress reliever when trying to chill out after a busy day.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. I started watching this after watching a vlog by Carrie Hope Fletcher. I watched the two series in matter of days. It’s about a girl who spent time in a bunker kidnapped and you see her learn how to live in the world. The humour is so easy to follow like Friends.
How I Met Your Mother. I bought the box set for my sister and brother in law for Christmas. I’ve seen odd episodes on e4 but never sat down watched it from the beggining. Finding it on Netflix it now makes me want to rent a loft in New York City and have four best mates. If you haven’t seen any episodes, check them out.
Once Upon A Time. Believing in happy ever afters since I was young. I’ve always been a fan of fairy tales. I love movies like the Disney classics and movie spin-offs like Snow White and the Huntsman. I knew Once Upon A Time was for me, especially as one of my best friends recommended it. I watched the series on Channel 5 when it first came to the UK. Lately I’ve been binge watching them all over again.
Brother & Sisters. Whilst at university, I got told about this American TV series by my sister. I caught a few episodes on TV whilst home. When I returned I ordered the box set and binge watch them during the summer. It’s one of my favourite TV series to watch. I love the dynamics between the characters, how they react to real-life situations.
Supergirl. Even thought this is still new and the new series starts on Sky One. I will totally be building them up and watching them all in one hit. Reading reviews people have said that the second series will need to be stepped up. I think they say this due to comparing it against movies like Batman vs Superman or Captain America. It’s a TV show and it’s totally wrong to compare them both together. I do think this is one of the better superhero TV shows since the original Superman.