My 4 Fave Things To Watch Right Now

You may know by now that I am such a TV fanatic. I would take sitting on the sofa with a blanket, box of chocolates and my FRIENDS box set any day over going to some drunken party. I have probably watched (or currently watching) any show that comes to mind. I know its not the most healthiest and productive way to spend my free time, but hey, when I get the chance to kick back and relax, I take it. 

I have five suggestions at the ready for those who are preparing to become another Netflix junkie. I've also decided not to mention the usual (Gilmore Girls, AHS, Pretty Little Liars, Awkward, Once Upon A Time, Full House) since I seem to always find myself talking about them when I do a TV related post, and included some different ones that haven't had as much love and attention.

Brooklyn Nine Nine - Now I know Brooklyn Nine Nine shouldn't technically make this list because only the first season is actually on Netflix, but if we step away from the Netflix boundaries and just visit general TV then Brooklyn Nine Nine is definitely a show that we should consider and get watching. It's not everyones cup of tea (definitely not my brothers..) but for lucky souls like myself, it happened to be love at first sight. Has anyone ever watched say the first two episodes of a show and knew straight away that you were going to enjoy the rest of it? Well that's what happened with me. I managed to watch all two seasons in one weekend and I was not disappointed.

Merlin - Merlin is a new show that I've started recently and I'm hooked! Well, tell a lie, I did start watching the end of season five, which is the last ever season for those of you who aren't Merlinians yet, and ever since then I've been telling myself that I was going to watch the entire five series'. Its not until the end of this year that I decided to make a start. I think it was just the resistance I felt inside, knowing that I would have to watch King Arthur die again that made me procrastinate from watching it for so long, but thankfully I'm only on series two and don't have to worry about that just yet.

Being Human US/UK - This show isn't as popular as the usual horrors aka American Horror Story and The Walking Dead but I love watching it. I started watching the US version a while ago and when I finished all four seasons I was devastated, but then I found out that the BBC were replaying the British version. Of course I had to watch it because I was obsessed with the US version and wanted to see how good the British version was, but then when I found out that Aidan Turner, the ultimate drop dead gorgeous man candy of the year was one of the main characters, there was no competition. I'm really digging his Irish accent which makes him even more desirable than before, and people, I watched Poldark beforehand.

2 Broke Girls - If you're looking for a light hearted, girly, easy to watch comedy then look no further because 2 Broke Girls has your back. I cant recall one episode that didn't make me laugh, even if it was just an amused smile or quiet little giggle. Although, every time Max makes one of her dry, sarcastic jokes, I can't help but roll on the floor laughing, literally. Even though the title of this post clearly says four shows, I would also like to inform you guys on two other comedies which I think are completely necessary to watch, which are New Girl and Whitney. I'm gutted that Whintey was cancelled because I would have loved to see more episodes.

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