Friday, March 4, 2016



I am a TV show addict and absolutely love finding new shows to watch. If you love TV shows and docu series' as much as I do this post is what you are looking for. Enjoy!
The People vs. Oj Simpson: This is a new show that I have been obsessed with. It does start of a little slow, but it ends up being super addictive. The show presents the murder trial of O. J. Simpson, based on Jeffrey Toobin's book The Run of His Life: The People v. O. J. Simpson. It's very interesting to see the case unravel. I have heard so much about this case and I have always been curious to know more about it. The characters are a perfect fit! I highly recommend it if you want to know more about the case or enjoy watching murder cases.

Chelsea Does..: On to some funnier things, this show is hilarious. Unfortunately, its only a four episode series but it is freakin hilarious and worth the laugh. I love comedian, Chelsea Handler and if you love her too, this is the perfect dose of her terrific humor. Chelsea Handler explores four topics that fascinate her: marriage, racism, Silicon Valley and drugs. It is perfect mix of valuable information and comedy! Love it!

Quantico: Now I have to talk about this TV show because not only is it a great drama, but it also stars Indian actress Priyanka Chopra, which is of course a big deal for India! The show explores the lives of young FBI recruits who have come to the Quantico base in Virginia. Alex Parrish (Priyanka Chopra) is suspected of committing a terrorist attack and the story goes from there. It has a mix of everything from love, sex, crime, mystery and of course some great actors.

Jessica Jones: Let's talk about a new superhero show! I love Jessica Jones, played by Krysten Ritter who is such a talented actress. I have loved in her every movie and show and she fits the role of Jessica Jones perfectly. The story is about a private investigator, Jessica Jones, an alcoholic retired superhero, who battles with the devil of her past, a mind controller known as Kilgrave. It's really interesting to see who she actually is, her strengths and weaknesses combined. I am pleased to say that Jessica Jones did not disappoint. It's on Netflix now!

11.22.63: I didn't hear much about this show because it is a Hulu original series. To watch the series you can join Hulu or use the 30-day trial. I watch mine on Amazon Fire.TV .This show is quite unique than any other show I have been watching. It is about an English teacher(James Franco) who stumbles upon a time portal that leads to Sept. 9, 1958, and goes on a quest to try and prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The way the story is set is fascinating and even though I haven't been a big fan of time travel, this show is super gripping. It is based on the book by Stephen King and is a must watch.

The Affair: Now this show isn't everyone's cup of tea, just a warning. At first the show seems quite slow, but the most interesting part is showing the two perspectives of the man and women and us trying to understand their differences. How a very same event is viewed and felt and told differently from the people who experienced it is so clever and unique. The show presents the emotional and psychological effects of two affairs which further turns into a murder mystery. The characters grow on you and every episode it jaw dropping. I highly recommend it giving it a try at least.

Making A Murderer: Now if I didn't add this series to this list you guys would be missing out on something pretty epic. If you like crime and murder this is the show you want to see next. It is a docu series about Steven Avery who was sent to prison under questionable for a crime he did not even commit. Two years later, he found himself behind bars again, this time accused of the murder of 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach. This gripping series will make you want to binge watch till you get to the conclusion. This show has made big headlines all over the world and goes into detail about the wrong justice system in America. It is hard to explain how interesting and amazing this series is. It will for sure give you the mixed emotions. I was surprised and annoyed at the same time. It is on Netflix and all I can say is go watch it now!

There are so many more shows I love that I will talk about in another post, for now check these out! I did another post like this in the past which you can see here. 

What shows are you loving?

Until next time..

miss singh

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