It’s official, the world has gone mad. It seems like our lives are revolving around this latest crisis, but we’re not here to talk about that. Instead, this post is spotlighting some of the most addictive shows you can and should binge. The quality of our TV shows is on a whole new level of epic, and if you’ve not already seen these shows, then I suggest you add them to your watchlist immediately.
Vikings (Season 6A)
In their final season, Vikings continue to build up towards an explosive end for the sons of Ragnar. With some shocking development and plenty of continuous tension, Vikings are laying the groundworks for a most fitting end to our beloved Vikings. This season, more than any other highlights the way Ragnar’s four sons embody the spirit of their father. Previous seasons have struggled with bringing them out of Ragnar’s shadow, but season 6 successfully establishes the sons as leaders in their own right. This is clearly evident in Bjorn’s struggle to understand and implement his own ideas of kingship, while Ivar, Ubbe, and Hvitserk undertake their own journeys. Continue reading
It is no secret that I’ve been in a bit of reading slump for this last month or so. It sucks, but at the end of the day, the most effective method of getting over this slump is to power through it. However, there is one benefit to this slump because as I’m looking for other ways to occupy my time I end up binge watching. I have said this so many times, but my mood has a huge influence on what I read and watch. Here is a list of the shows/films I’ve been watching.
Mr. Robot (Series 2)
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish where we get a new topic for a top 10 list.
Every time we get a freebie week my mind goes blank. Prior to those weeks I’ll have floods of topic ideas but I always forget to actually note them down. So, since I’ve been stuck in a pretty horrible reading slump, I’ve decided to use this freebie week to highlight some of my go-to TV shows.
Mr Robot (Season 1)
Release Date: June 24, 2015
Created by: Sam Esmail
Cast: Rami Malek, Christian Slater, Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin, Martin Wallström.
Imdb Rating: 8.8/10 Stars
My Rating: 9.5/10 Stars