I mentioned I haven’t been able to do anything lately for any length of time. A movie? No way. A shower? Sometimes. I have been watching some snippets of TV in the wee hours of the night and earliest morning hours and I thought I would share with you some of the shows I have really enjoyed. My husband and I enjoy the Food Network very much, you? Any food related show reels us in. I had mentioned to my friend Michelle a while back about a new (to me) show called Cut Throat Kitchen and she said that her and her husband were enjoying a show called Master Chef, we decided to check it out, we got hooked. Better than Master Chef though was Master Chef Junior, if you are interested in the culinary arts this show should blow your mind, it’s all under 13 years of age chefs, some as young as seven and if you aren’t duly impressed, I am not sure what will impress you. We watched these shows on On Demand, but I am sure you can look on line to see where you can see the shows.
My mom has been wanting me to watch Shark Tank for ages, I finally acquiesced and was so glad I did. This show has made me re-evaluate my entire business and how I go about running it–game changer. I thought I knew how to run a business, but there are so many unanswered questions and missing pieces in my company that I need to address and yes, this epiphany was from a TV show, go figure? It has become my resolution to tighten up my ship for 2014. Shark Tank even has an audiobook that you can download for free right now! My mother-in-law is a television addict and we usually defer to her to introduce us to new shows, she turned us on to Luther a British detective show that we binged on. It says a lot that my husband would watch it as he hates British television, so there’s that. It’s very heavy and dark, so if you have a sensitive disposition, skip the show.
Portlandia, okay it’s not always funny, but it’s the majority folks. Since you are reading this blog, I am going to suppose you know a little about blog culture and I feel like they nail the bloggy world so well. You’d have to watch to see what the heck I am talking about even the location of the show is blog centric to me (the blog world has definitely made Portland seem like utopia).
The last show rec is The Walking Dead, yes it’s zombies but gosh is it seat of your pants suspenseful. Everything about this show is impressive to me, the writing, the acting, the make-up, etc. It’s just a really great show. I wouldn’t recommend watching by yourself in a dark house, but if you are snuggled up close to your loved one(s) than it’s a great show to share. I was actually sad when they broke for hiatus, I am still missing the show.
Have you seen any of these shows? Do you agree or disagree with me? Let me know if you have any recommendations, as you can see I am pretty varied in my tastes so I am open to hearing your thoughts and suggestions!
photo via Life magazine
Miss Tristan B. is the proprietress of Besotted Brand and the writer of this delightful blog. She recently re-located to sunny Seattle with her handsome husband and two pups, they just welcomed to the world a baby girl. Her lofty goal here is to make this a creative resource repository and to inspire you to fall truly, madly, deeply in love with your life.