March Wrap Up – TV Shows

 

Bridgerton [ season 1 ] – This show was a lot of fun, easy on the eye, and was a bit of mindless entertainment that was easy to enjoy at the end of a long day. I did not feel the chemistry between the main characters at all, so that was a bit of a disappointment for me. But I found the problematic older brother hot enough to distract me enough to keep me invested and keep me watching.
 
WandaVision [ season 1 ] – It took me about three episodes of this to get absolutely hooked. This was such a unique viewing experience, it was unlike anything I’ve ever seen on the small screen and I loved it. Be warned – this was a rollercoaster of emotions. This kick-started our desire to re-watch the Marvel movies in chronological order which has been a fun experience so far.
 
9-1-1 [ season 1 ] – I came down with a pretty bad flu in the middle of the month, and ended up binge watching this ridiculous show for a week. This was exactly what I needed, something mindless and fun that made me laugh and was entertaining without requiring too much brainpower. There was also just the right amount of eye candy to keep me interested (Buck, hello).
 
9-1-1 [ season 2 ] – The ridiculous continued into season two, but the action was jacked up a bit with a major earthquake taking place in Los Angeles. I binged watched the entire second season soon after the first, and it got me through a week spent on the couch feeling sick and sorry for myself.
 
Mad Men [ season 1 ] – Sebastian and I have embarked on a re-watch of Mad Men, and finished off the first season this month. This is one of my all-time favourite shows, and I am falling in love with it all over again on re-watching it. The acting, the characters, the aesthetic… all of it is perfect.

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