Category: TV

What’s on my Netflix Watchlist, Part Two

Posted June 7, 2017 by Ely in TV / 5 Comments
What’s on my Netflix Watchlist, Part Two

More than a year ago I did a post about some of the TV shows on my Netflix watchlist, and today I thought I’d share a few more. This time I chose three TV shows and three movies, just to mix it up a bit. So without futher ado… The Expanse I don’t know much […]

TV Shows The Boyf and I Are Watching

Posted May 29, 2017 by Ely in TV / 2 Comments
TV Shows The Boyf and I Are Watching

Last month, I forced my boyfriend to participate in a blog post, and I don’t know about the rest of you, but I felt he wasn’t super into it. But because Mich and I like to do as little work as possible, we decided to keep pushing him. Low and behold when it came to […]

Currently Watching

Posted February 1, 2017 by Ely in TV / 8 Comments
Currently Watching

I’ve watched a tonne of TV in the past month. More excitingly, though, I’ve actually watched a tonne of good TV in the past month. I get disinterested in TV really quickly, so when I do actually find something that keeps my interest then I tend to obsess over it. Anyway, here are a couple […]

Crime Shows: Recommendations and Watchlist

Posted October 30, 2016 by Ely in TV / 0 Comments
Crime Shows: Recommendations and Watchlist

I want to apologise right off the bat if this post doesn’t make much sense. I’m so tired that I completely forgot to post yesterday for the first time in the history of forever. I hope you can forgive me! Anyway, I wanted to talk a bit about my favourite genre—crime. More specifically, crime shows. […]

Fall TV Thoughts

Posted October 16, 2016 by Ely in TV / 0 Comments
Fall TV Thoughts

I know I’ve had a few TV related posts lately, but I haven’t really been reading so much recently. I hope some of you can appreciate the TV stuff as much as I do. Anyway, today I’m sharing my thoughts on four new Fall releases. This isn’t an extended list of all the new shows […]

5 Foreign Language Shows You Should Watch

Posted October 2, 2016 by Ely in TV / 3 Comments
5 Foreign Language Shows You Should Watch

One of my newest obsessions is foreign language shows. I mean, it brings together two of my favourite things—foreign language and TV. What more could I ask for? I thought today I’d share a couple I’ve been watching lately that I really like, and would highly recommend to you all. Bron/Broen (Denmark/Sweden) You’ve quite possibly […]

What’s On My Netflix List

Posted May 22, 2016 by Ely in TV / 11 Comments
What’s On My Netflix List

My family are probably some of the last people to get Netflix, but it finally happened last weekend and I am so excited. I’ve already seen a couple of things that you’ll get to hear about in my May Wrap Up, but I thought I’d share a few of the things on my list. Firstly, […]

5 Reasons You Should Watch The Closer

Posted December 11, 2015 by Ely in TV / 2 Comments
5 Reasons You Should Watch The Closer

I did a post a couple of months back called ‘5 Reasons You Should Watch Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries’, and today I’m back with another post. Today, I’m going to give you five reasons why you should watch The Closer. Brenda Leigh Johnson If there’s only one reason you start this show make it Brenda […]

Best Movies I saw in 2015

Posted December 6, 2015 by Michelle in Other, TV / 1 Comment
Best Movies I saw in 2015

2015 has brought about some big name books, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Spectre, and the heavily anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens just to name a few. I have been pretty lucky this year to experience some amazing films, some highly regarded and others that have flown a little under the radar but all equally […]

5 Reasons You Should Watch Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

Posted August 23, 2015 by Ely in TV / 12 Comments
5 Reasons You Should Watch Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

I’m a bit of a crime show enthuasist, I’ll try anything and I love most of them—Castle, Rizzoli & Isles, The Closer, Poirot, Marple. One of my absolute favourites is an Australian show called Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. These are also a series of books by Kerry Greenwood, but today I just wanted to focus […]