So as my friends will tell you I am not the best at keeping up with TV shows, I still haven’t got up to date with The Boys, I’m always late to the party when it comes to new releases and I just don’t watch much. We only got a TV at the start of 2020 – that was a good decision by my fiancé considering how much time we spent at home this year.
For once I can actually write about my TV faves because I have some, winner! Also just having the TV there has really helped, sometimes I’ll just put something on in the background or if I’m in flare then I can just watch something I don’t need to think about. Anyway, let’s crack on.
I was late to the game but GUYS I’m obsessed with The Mandalorian. Baby Yoda has my whole heart and makes me cry all the time because he’s just so damn cute. I adore this series. It’s so well written and even though season 2 isn’t finished I’m so excited for season 3.
I thought this was a strong season of The Crown. There were some incredible episodes and I think the younger cast members have been brilliant and I really hope it gives them a platform to go on to big things in the future. I didn’t warm to Olivia Coleman as the Queen as much as I did Claire Foy but what can you do?
For All Mankind
My fiancé got me into this and it was hooked. This is an alternative history, what if Russia put man on the moon first? It’s also got me really interested in Space – so much so that I have stolen his copy of the Tim Peak book. It’s on Apple TV but I think it’s well worth it.
The Netflix reboot is fascinating and also frustrating because as the title suggests, they’re all unsolved. It’s great if you like coming up with theories though. There’s currently 2 seasons online and I am keeping everything crossed it gets renewed for season 3.
Another Netflix watch but this time a documentary. I’ve been in and out of love with Taylor Swift since I was in my teens. I wasn’t keep on Reputation as an album but she won me back with 1989 and Lover, and Folklore is stunning. This documentary showed and entirely different side to her and I could appreciate her as a person and an artist. It’s definitely worth a watch and the song that she released with it Only The Young is brilliant.
What have you been watching in 2020? Give me your recommendations below!