BovaryCee: So it’s my first time watching #AfterLife on @Netflix I’m on Episode 2. (Episode 1 was a fast introduction.) Still trying to find the “sweet point” (my spot where I love the show). I will obviously be binge watching Season 1 tonight. (There’s no EastEnders…)
BovaryCee: Ok… Now it’s picking up with Episode 3 with Roxanne the Sex Worker. Love her red dress and white shoes! 50 Quid just to clean his kitchen… And what’s with the nurse taking care of his father. ? #AfterLife … I knew that dog, wouldn’t let him die. German Shepherds protect their owners. Mine was Sheba. I had her 14 years (14-28). ❤️?
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Watching No Offense tonight on AcornTV! I’m glad they made Season 2 available. I needed to laugh tonight. It was a long disappointing two days. The humor helped to clear my mind so that I could put things into perspective. This to shall pass…
Enjoying an evening with Chardonnay, coding, and Shetland. #100DaysofCode
I’ve enjoyed the other seasons of the show, so, of course, I was excited to hear Season 4 was streaming on BritBox. I watched all six episodes while coding a sample webpage. Some people listen to music while they code. I prefer to watch/listen to BritMystery/Crime television shows. Shetland became my favorite because I’ve traveled to Scotland a few times and love the country. I love seeing the beautiful countryside again as Perez tries to solve the crime.
The show also reminds me of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple. She said it best:
One does see so much evil in a small village… Miss Jane Marple
So, murder and crime on the Shetland Islands seem appropriate.
I started watching Broken with Sean Bean on BritBoxUS three months ago. I binge-watched the rest of Season 1 after the first episode. Now, I’m waiting patiently for Season 2. (Please tell me there will be a Season 2!)
Bean plays Catholic priest, Father Michael Kerrigan. He struggles to accept his past “missteps” and to be a “good priest. I’ve been a practicing Catholic since April 2016. I’ve also had moments where I’ve struggled with maintaining the message and spirit of the mass homily. I found the show to be refreshing and comforting. Continue reading My New BritBox Favorite: Broken with Sean Bean