Yes yes yes, we know that we watch too much television stuff, but it’s all worth it we promise. Join us in binge-watching our current fav shows.
Jessica Jones – Season 2
After a two-year hiatus, our favourite female anti-hero is finally back in action. The series kicks off – pardon the pun – with Jessica attending court-ordered anger management therapy. When a mysterious figure from her past returns, Jessica is forced to confront painful truths. Will her violent temper derail her career as a hell’s kitchen’s strongest pi or will she conquer her demons?
Homeland – Season 7
From falling in love with a domestic terrorist, to saving berlin from islamic extremists, we’ve followed Claire Danes’s award-winning performance as CIA operative – to eventual ex-CIA operative – Carrie Mathison for seven years. Now, while still battling her personal demons, Mathison is in Washington dc taking on a trump- like administration with special guests – the Russians.
Izombie – Season 4
The funniest zombie show on TV is back for another season of murder mysteries and revoltingly delicious brain recipes. Now that the zombie is out of the bag, Seattle is on lockdown with Fillmore-graves keeping the peace. But as tension keeps rising in the city, will liv and the gang be able to prevent a full-brown zombie apocalypse?
The Good Fight – Season 2
The first season of this spin-off saw the good wife ’s Diane (Christine Baranski) lose her pension in a madoff-like scam, forcing her to reinvent her career as a partner at Reddick, Boseman & Kolstad. The second season further explores the dynamic of being a black-owned legal firm in Trump’s America, delivering the same smart social commentary.
The latest Netflix reboot sees the new fab five take helpless heterosexuals under their wings and give them the tools to change their lives. More than just a makeover show, it manages to completely transcend its genre, focusing on the inner transformation that takes place in most of the ‘straight guys’. We dare you not to cry.
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