National Television Day

Did you know that today is National Television Day?  I thought I’d share with you my favourite television programmes that are on at the moment or are available on catch-up.  We also subscribe to both Netflix and Amazon Prime – I honestly don’t know when we fit in time to watch so much television!  Once I go back to work, I know I’ll find it hard to choose which programmes to drop from my usual watchlist…

If you read my #LittleLoves posts on a Friday, then you’ll recognise a handful of these.  Morgana over at Coffee Work Sleep Repeat hosts such a lovely link-up and it’s a great way to look back over the little things we’ve appreciated each week.

Masterchef Australia

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This week marks the finals week of Series 8 of Masterchef Australia.  I found Masterchef Australia around 3 or 4 years ago on the Watch (now W) channel and absolutely love it.  I profess to being a bit of a foodie, although not the best cook – hubs is better than I am.  I enjoy learning about food, how it is cooked and Masterchef Australia ticks all those boxes and so many more.  I haven’t watched the BBC’s Masterchef since as it’s just not as interesting (sorry, Beeb!).

The Walking Dead

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This is a new find for me.  So many friends have been watching for so long and I never fancied it…  Good job I had some spare time on my maternity leave to catch up over the last six series!  Yes, it’s a drama series about the world facing a zombie apocalypse.  But it doesn’t stop there.  The relationships that develop between the survivors, how they deal with forging a life for themselves and the incredible range of emotions that are experienced as a viewer is mind-blowing.  I sit down each week to watch the new episode, knowing I’ll probably need some tissues.  The special effects are amazing now too, compared to the first short series.

Suits

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Another drama that’s quite a few series in, although I’m pretty sure you can catch up on Netflix.  Absolutely fabulous.  Suits follows Mike and Harvey as they work in a high-flying law firm.  But, they aren’t as clean as you’d expect your lawyers to be!  A fantastically written drama with a fast pace.  A really good watch.

Strictly Come Dancing

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Last, but not least, I’m absolutely loving this years Strictly Come Dancing series.  So much so that I’m off to see the live tour in February – how exciting!  There are so many great dancers this year, I’m struggling to choose a favourite.  I must admit, I’m not a huge fan of Danny Mac…  I find him a little too full of himself and over-confident; personality traits that I don’t really like.  I have heard on the grapevine that this is Len’s last year as a judge though – I wonder who will take his place?  Maybe Anton Du Bec – it certainly would be fitting!

What are you favourite shows at the moment?

2 thoughts on “National Television Day

  1. Oh my goodness, Masterchef Australia, I just love that! It’s the only thing I miss since we got rid of Sky. Might have to subscribe to Netflix or Amazon prime just for that!
    Nat.x

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