I don’t watch much TV, but if there is a show on TV we happen to like it is nice to sit down with a cuppa and watch an episode or two. Here are my favorite shows of 2015.
A classic BBC period drama soon to be over unfortunately. While I am sure you’ve heard of this show, it follows the lives of an aristocratic English family in the early 1900s. A good combination of comedy and drama that I absoloutely recommend with an exceptional cast. In my opinion, you won’t be dissapointed; my husband and his bestfriend are also fans of the show.
DC Comics anyone? To be completely honest this show fell upon us randomly. We wanted to watch TV one night and there were no shows we liked at the moment, or so we thought. Well, we went into most popular TV shows on our Sky Box and closed our eyes (my husband did anyway) and clicked. The Flash was what we landed on. One episode in and we were hooked! The show follows the life of a young Barry Allen as The Flash. There is comedy, romance, destruction, deception, love and a great cast all intwined into one. Even if you aren’t into superhero shows I think you should still give it a shot. I’ll admit though it took a while for me to really like the main character while I fell in love with the rest of the cast straight off
I’ll be honest, at first I wasn’t a fan of this show. My friends used to have it on after work, but it never hooked me. I think the reason was because it is on once a week for only 20 minutes as opposed to an hour or 40 minutes that most shows are. I only began to like it when we started from the begining and watched it every night. I am a huge fan of the large cast and it is the perfect quick pick me up if I’m having a bad or weird day. Not to mention this show is mommy friendly as I say because each episode is only 20 minutes.
50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy
Of all the shows I have mentioned this is by far my favorite. If you are in the USA and this isn’t on TV you HAVE to find it online and watch it. Thirty-Eight year old Baz Ashmawy takes his seventy year old mother on an adventure trip around the world. Yes, that is right an adventure holiday. From rollercoasters to the world’s highest skydive, seventy year old Nancy learns to shoot guns in Florida, performes with ladyboys in Thailand, goes hunting for taurantulas in Cambodia and even trains as one of Santa’s elf in Lapland. This show is hilariously unscripted and will make you re-consider what it means to get older.
It is November now and I’ll soon be switching over to Christmas movies, but I’d love to add some new shows to my must watch list, so comment below and tell me your favorite TV series.
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