Lego Masters is over for another year.
You’re expecting me to say, “Nothing!” as was I, but then I found stuff. I haven’t watched all of it but I will be putting them on my Give It A Go list.
Shall we start with my never-nope-over-my-dead-body and get that out of the way?
Celebrity Apprentice. I seriously don’t understand the concept of being rude to people for the viewing public’s pleasure, fftt. Plus it’s got that really awful and incredibly inappropriate guy from IMAC in it and that means I’m an automatic out.
I won’t be tuning in for The Weakest Link (Ch 9j because it comes on too late for me but I may tune in to it much later on through 9Now. I suspect that it will be a bit like Patriot Games (SBS) in that it will not great but it may be worth watching just for the host. Magda is one of the few people I follow on Twitter. As an aside, I could listen to Bill Bailey all day.
ABC has a bunch of shows that I haven’t watched but I will try as soon as I can find some time. I feel judgy about my choices. I have become my mother.
Love on a Spectrum
Last Woman on the Planet
A Life in 10 Pictures (the concept of this one really appeals to me), and The Hollow Crown.
I am a bit partial to Resident Alien (Ch 9). I have watched a couple of episodes. It’s not laugh out loud but I am quietly amused. It’s that dry sense of humour that I like. If I tried to explain it to you, you would be thinking that it sounds stupid but they stay just on the right side of drama without being too serious. Look, I know, it’s an alien who is trying to kill a 9 year old boy and how much of drama can that be but once you get past the alien bit … and the murdery bit … and maybe there are some other deaths …
Just go with it.
There are two shows that make me completely happy. I love, love, love The Dog House (Ch 10), but you already knew that, and I really, really like Have You Been Paying Attention. There’s a dearth of these sort of shows on free to air.
And Vera because the British to mystery so well.