Autumn is on the approach which FINALLY means that good TV is back! Nothing excites me more than ITV and BBC dramas (and the occasional reality show) at 9pm on a week day. There is no feeling quite like it.
Currently there is a lot going on in terms of the TV schedule that I cannot keep up so I’ve been catching up here, there and everywhere on some of my favourite shows at the mo and they’re too good to not write a blog post on.
Slump yourself down on the sofa and get catch up on the TV coz you really won’t want to miss these!
After what feels like forever, IT IS BACK! The first series of Dr Foster had everyone gripped and after watching the first episode of the second series, BBC have only gone and nailed it again.
If you’re sat there like who is this Dr Foster chick? Then get yourself onto Netflix to watch the first series because it is so flipping good!
Watch on BBC.
I had seen the show advertised earlier on in the year and have been waiting for it to go live. The advert had me gripped, like come on, WHO’S STORY IS TRUE?! I’ve got a feeling it is going to drag out over the next few weeks, leaving me annoyed at the end of every episode because the truth is still unknown.
If you like your whodunit series then Liar is certainly the one for you.
Watch on ITV.
CELEBS GO DATING
Last series I could not stop watching for Joey Essex, I’ve never seen anything so funny before as him going on dates and coming out with the best one liners. This year the line up is just as good with the likes of Bobby, Toff and Charlotte.
Celebs go dating provides a good crack up of an evening and the reassurance that even celebrities are just as crap at dating as the rest of us.
Watch on Channel 4.
This series has just finished but it is still worth catching up on iPlayer. It is like a medical/down to earth version of Hannah Montana. Seriously, that’s how good. Jodie Whittaker has swiftly made her way to the top of my favourite actresses after watching this. She’s fab.
Watch on BBC.
Are there any programmes you are loving at the moment?