Sunday, March 8, 2015

Five TV Shows You Should Be Watching

Ever since I was little kid, watching TV has been one of my favorite pass times. The feeling of doing nothing, while you watch someone else's life go by is great! I love all kinds of T.V from cartoons, action, anime, to whatever Wallace and Gromit is. I decided to share five TV shows that I love and hope you are watching or have watched. Warning...all of these are super addicting!

The Office // This was the show that widened my TV horizon. Before this, I only watched cartoons, anime, and Disney/Nick shows. It is a mocumentary tv show with a diverse cast which makes it more enjoyable. You will laugh so hard from everyone's individual quirks and experience a roller-coaster of emotions with the entire cast. The first two season are ok, but season three is when the show really picks up. With nine seasons you will last at most six months (three weeks if you binge watch it). Available on Netflix.

Parks and Recreation // Just like The Office, this is a Mocumentary type tv show. It centers around Leslie Knope, the vice-head of the Parks and Rec department, who is bright and caring person. If you liked The Office and Chris Pratt, you will enjoy this show. It recently ended, but all the episodes are available on Hulu. 

Once Upon a Time // When I first saw the trailer for this, I thought it was going to be stupid. Then my friend told me how obsessed she was with it and how I should watch it. Next thing I know is that I finish the first season in a single sitting! I love how traditional fairy tail characters are taken out of their stories and shown in a new light. It is something that keeps me at the edge of my seat. Finished seasons are on Netflix, new episodes on Hulu.

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt // I started watching this show on Friday, but I am already in love with it. It is about a girl who was captured by a cult and told that the world ended. Then she gets rescued by the SWAT team and realized the world is not over. She continuities the next chapter of her life in New York City with her eight grade education. Netflix original directed by Tina Fey.

Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood // The only anime I ever hyper-binge watched. It was a flawless piece of art. FMA is a lot darker and has a different ending than FMAB because the anime was ahead of the manga. FMAB has a happier ending and shows how the characters mature. Two amazing animes that took me two weeks to finish one-hundred episodes. On both Netflix and Hulu.

I think what attracts me to TV shows are the characters and how they change over time. Watching their life go by and achieving their hopes and dreams really inspires me. It reminds me that there is always tomorrow if things don't go as planned. I always think I have my own TV show and when I mess up, it is a part of the plot :D

Thanks for reading-XOXO

p.s - I have a little poll going on in the sidebar, so if can spare twenty seconds and vote, it be be awesome!

What are your favorite TV shows?

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