We have a new guest host for general chat – woo hoo! Thank you and over to Bobi (autocorrect really wanted to make you Bono):
As the nights grow colder and we adjust to daylight saving, I am indulging in crime, murder and mayhem. As you know, I love a good murder/mystery. Sadly, there is little that holds my attention for long.
Killing Eve (ABC) and Counterpart (SBS) are a slow build but I am finding the enormous (as in, who has that much spare time in summer?) investment worthwhile. Paranoid was tedious (blah, blah, blah) and The Break (Netflix) is getting the better of me. It is Scandinavian bleak without that thing that holds your attention.
I prefer my tv more mystery and less murdery, so any suggestions would be gladly welcome.
But my go-to at the moment is more on the lighter side. I binged The Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix) and Wellington Paranormal (SBS). They may not be everyone’s cup of tea. My family thought they were silly but I thought they were a hoot and I could watch them again. New Zealanders punch above their weight, don’t they?
I do love the odd documentary: Employable Me (ABC) is just a joy – one part so sad and three part incredibly up-lifting. I am shedding happy tears all over the doona.
And I am watching, with bated breath, the ads for the return of Masterchef. I am so excited. I so need this. I found MAFS an assault on my soul. Seriously, guys, how does a woman who calls her child Baby pass the psychological testing? Not.
And hugs to you all. You are my tribe.