I've decided to make every Sunday 'Pass the Remote Day' this is where I get to tell you what I think is jolly good on the television at the moment.
So if you are not already watching the following you really need to:
Modern Family (Sky 1) - I'm binge watching this at the moment on Now TV, there are 8 seasons so far. It follows the Pritchett/Dunphy family from LA and is so funny I'm totally addicted. Great characters you'll just fall in love with and so well written it literally is a laugh a minute.
Silent Witness (BBC 1) - Just great British drama, follows the team of forensic pathologists helping to uncover a murder or two, if your'e a bit squeamish you may need a cushion to hide behind in some parts but yep as it does involve pathology, you're going to get a lot of post mortem scenes. Just don't eat a meal while you watch it.
Delicious (Sky 1) - staying with Emilia Fox from Silent Witness, co starring Dawn French and Iain Glen with the gorgeous deep sexy voice, this is just brilliant. Again I've watched it through Now TV but for me I really think this should have been on prime time BBC. It is just brilliant with it's tale of food, love, betrayal and infidelity, great cast and brilliantly written by Dan Sefton of Mr Selfridge fame.
The Halcyon (ITV) - tells the story of a glamorous five star hotel at the centre of London society during the war. Another great drama with another fabulous cast, it does run against Silent Witness so you may have to tape one (record it I mean or play catch up).
The Voice (ITV) - Loving the new series of the voice, it's a bit tough though now the performers just have to walk away if the judges don't turn which is hard, they don't even get to hear the excuses for not turning and get a commiseration hug. I would need a big hug if it was me. Wasn't sure about Gavin as the new judge but he seems to be settling in now, and good to see Tom back!
We were treated to another very entertaining serious of Sherlock which concluded last Sunday but must be available on that BBC Iplayer thing if you didn't tape it. (love that we still say tape it from the days when we did actually record programmes on a cassette). Seasons 1-3 are available on Netflix if in case you have never watched an episode in your entire life, you need to go and fix that right now!
That's my little favs from the old tv guide at the moment. Let me know your favourites as well. I'm sure there is more to catch up on but I'll keep you posted........bye for now.
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