Welcome to the first WD of 2018!
This week’s entry revolves around three TV shows because that’s basically all I’m doing at the moment. Working, coming home, reading or watching TV. It’s not the most exciting life in the world but it is January so it’s kind of expected, right?
This week, I’m digging, in no particular order:
After finding out he has an STD, Dylan must get back in touch with every girl he has ever had sex with to let them know the bad news.
I’m behind the times a tad but Netflix has kindly just added Season 3 of this sweet little show and I’m delighted to be able to sit down and enjoy it. It’s fluffy viewing and very angsty about unrequited love and shagging but there’s something relateable about it. I think it captures your early twenties really well and the main characters are pleasant to look at.
I’m personally here for the friendship between Evie (Misfits’ Antonia Thomas) and Abigail (Hannah Britland) which is somewhat doomed given that Evie is in love with her best friend Dylan, who’s in a relationship with Abi. Awks.
(I’m only a few episodes in, so all this is of course subject to change).
A family saga with a supernatural twist, set in a German town, where the disappearance of two young children exposes the relationships among four families.
This show is super weird and atmospheric – and I suspect, quite brilliant, though sometimes I feel as though I’m not following along as tightly as I should.
Something I do know, however, is that this feels like something exciting and new – and I’ll definitely be sticking around until the story has fully unraveled.
An anthology series exploring a twisted, high-tech world where humanity’s greatest innovations and darkest instincts collide.
The big don of viewing pleasures, BM is back and I’m so glad.
Season 4 has been more consistent and stronger than the last, and although at times it feels like we’re doubling back on themes we’ve already explored with Charlie Brooker, it still feels (to me) like fresh television.
I’ve enjoyed all of them this time round but my standout is Black Museum, which was GREAT. Special shout-out to Arkangel, directed by my girl Jodie Foster and Hang the DJ, which was a happy little tale (much like my all-time favourite BM episode, San Junipero).
Almost gutted I watched them all in such quick succession. *Shrug emoji*