Have been home sick with the flu so i've been binge watching the shows below
I finished watching Designated Survivor and enjoyed it. I can't believe I was ignoring it all this time. Can't wait for season 3
I abandoned Crossing Lines in season 3 when I saw that some of my favourite characters were gone and they'd introduced new ones
Now watching several shows in case I get bored by one, I can switch to the other: Jack Taylor
An Irish mystery television drama based on the novels by Ken Bruen. Am on episode 5. Whoa, The Pickmen(2) was scary, the Magdaline Martyrs(3) was heart breaking and the Dramatist (4)was just mind boggling.
But has there ever been a protagonist who is beaten up all the time Money Heist
:a Spanish heist television series created by Álex Pina. It revolves about a long-prepared, multiple-day assault on the Royal Mint of Spain.
On episode 2 in this one. The audio is in English and they are using Americanisms which I don't think fits in a Spanish situation. I am dragging my feet on this on.
In Money Heist, a mysterious man, known as "The Professor", is planning the biggest bank heist in history. To carry out the ambitious plan, he recruits a team of eight people with certain abilities who have nothing to lose. The goal is to enter the Royal Mint of Spain in Madrid, the capital of Spain, and print €2.4 billion. To do this, the team requires eleven days of seclusion, during which they have to deal with elite police forces and 67 hostages.Mar de Plastico
Haven't started on this one since I was also watching Masterchef The Proffessionals series 11 as well as the UK Apprentice series 14.
a Spanish crime drama television series. It airs on Atresmedia's main channel Antena 3. The series focuses on the investigation of a murder in the fictional town of Campoamargo, set in an area of the province of Almería known as the "plastic sea" due to the numerous greenhouses that cover it, and the interracial conflicts that arise in the greenhouses.
I hope the ABC murders with Malkovich as Poirot comes on Netflix. For me, the best Poirot will forever be David Suchet, but I am a fan of John Malkovich, so am curious to see how that will go. I just saw him in the much hyped Netflix film Bird Box.