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5 TV SERIES YOU NEED TO WATCH NOW

7:35 PM Venetia 6 Comments



Hey loves! Every single person that knows me, will totally agree to this: I am a huge tv series addict. For real. I prefer to just stay at home, in my comfy clothes, a hot -actually 4 to 5 cups- of hot coffee and watch a full season of a tv show, rather than go outside and meet people. Anyone that relates to this? No? Just me? Thanks guys!

I've seen literally any tv series a normal human brain could actually recall. I am not going to write my top 5 favorite shows -I love them all, they're my babies. But, there are a few tv shows that are not as big and well known as they should be. So, today I'm going to write the five tv shows that I'm sure you've heard of before, but maybe you thought they not good enough to actually watch them. Well, you should babe, you should! (No spoilers included)

No. 5
Wayward Pines | 2 Seasons (so far) | Fiction, Drama, Adventure

So, there's this dude (who looks like Frankenstein and works for the Secret Service) that's been in a car accident and all of a sudden he wakes up to a weird hospital,  with a creepy nurse. He's trying to call his wife but he can't. He's trying to leave this spooky town but he can't. Why? I'm not going to tell. 


No. 4
Casual | 2 Seasons (so far) | Comedy, Drama

A bachelor brother, his newly divorced sister and her daughter are all living under the same roof. Complicated characters, a different approach of how to raise a kid, love stories, break-up stories but without too much drama. It's actually pretty realistic, awkward, and you get to love all the characters of this show, understand them and learn from their mistakes.


No. 3
Narcos | 2 Seasons (so far) | Drama, Adventure, Crime

Based on Pablo Escobar's life. So you know it's gonna be good. If you don't who Pablo Escobar is, umm... who raised you, wolves? He's the drug lord who supplied an estimate 80% of the cocaine smuggled into the United States. He was also the wealthiest criminal in history, with a net worth of 30 billion dollars. So, yeah. This show is pretty damn good, and pretty informative as well.


No. 2
Happy Endings | 3 Seasons (Cancelled) | Comedy

I know, it's a huge "no no" to watch a show that's been cancelled -I never got why they did it. It was sooo good! I believe it could have been the new "Friends". Why? Because it's a chilled show, with fun vibes, all the characters are so lovable! I totally suggest watching this show even though it's been cancelled. There's not a certain story to it. Just like Friends. You just watch them live their lives. Simple as that!

No. 1
Mr. Robot | 2 Seasons (So far) | Drama, Crime

Elliot, aka Rami Malek, aka the best actor they could 've chosen for this part, is a programmer who works as a cyber-security engineer. Pretty boring. But, Elliot it also a hacker. Now we're talking. A mysterious leader of a hacker group recruits him to destroy the powerful corporation he is paid to protect. This is way better than Game of Thrones guys. Huge credits to Tim Ives for the insanely perfect, dark, original cinematography. Definitely a must-see. Definitely the best series of the decade.


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6 comments:

  1. Great videos:)
    Have a nice weekend!
    kisses

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  2. Narcos is suuuuch a good show! I just started watching it a few days ago and I'm hooked. Thanks for sharing these :)

    xo Azu

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  3. Gossip Girl, House of Cards, and The Blacklist are such good shows!

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    Emma
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  4. Saw the first episode of Mr. Robot and fell in LOVE with it! Will have to continue the series asap :)
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  5. Mr. Robot looks like a great show! I will probably watch after I finish all the other shows on my list. :)

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  6. Heard quite a bit on Mr robot. Seems interesting

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