Updates on TV Shows

(Inspector)Lewis: Completed 4 seasons or so. Was surprised to see Hathaway a bit grown up with a funky style to him. (I am a fan of Hathaway actually!) I can’t imagine Lewis without him, just like Sherlock and Watson.

The Wrong Mans: We just finished the first season of this. It is hilarious. I didn’t know James Corden produced and acted in this. Those two protagonists are very good.

Taboo: I have started to watch this on BBC Weekly now only because of Tom Hardy. It is going OK so far. Let’s see if it manages to hold my attention for the whole season. Mr. High Sparrow from Game Of Thrones is up to no good in this one heh! He usually isn’t in any series/movie.

Shooter: I loved the Mark Wahlberg movie and I really like Ryan Phillipe. Those two reasons are enough to make me watch this series weekly on NetFlix, even though I still think it should have been just left with a movie version.

Sherlock: Of course I have started watching them. But only two episodes completed. We wanted it to be our Weekend Watch program instead of spending an hour and a half during the weekday evenings. Mr. M’s first foray into modern Sherlock wasn’t up to a good start. Thankfully the second episode made up for a tepid first one.

Death in Paradise:  Another one of our Weekend Watch program. I have absolutely loved all the previous seasons and was so glad when they came up with the new season. Again, the first episode wasn’t too captivating with its story, but the second one was good. Welcome back Dwayne 😉

Selfridge:  Just as a break from Lewis we started on this one. We are only one episode old, but it looks very grand doesn’t? The jury is out on this one. Too early to judge.

 

 

 

11 thoughts on “Updates on TV Shows”

        1. I have completed watching Endeavor (unless there is a new season) I loved it. Once Lewis is over, we are planning to start with Inspector Morse 🙂 I can’t enough of these kind of series.

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          1. IMDb says there are four seasons, but a lot depends on how long the season is. You might have already seen all of them. On the other hand, it’s still in production…

            Another favorite of ours is “New Tricks,” with Amanda Redman, Dennis Waterman, Alun Armstrong, and James Bolam. Have you seen that one yet?

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            1. Nope. I am hearing that for the first time 🙂 Checked it out on imdb, looks like fun. Might have to add to the list (hoping that it will be on Netflix or BBC)

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