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Saturday, 18 October 2014

Blogtober 2014 Day 18

Hello and welcome to day 18 of blogtober where today I am looking at my favourite tv programmes.

1. Parks and Recreation
I am quite late to the party on this one, I had seen people on Twitter talking about it so when I got the chance I started to watch it. Well I am hooked I have watched all 6 seasons and now I am eagerly awaiting the seventh season.  It is part mockumentary style as the characters address the camera as if they are talking to an interviewer (although we never see anyone behind the camera) and the rest comedy. The characters are well thought out and very clever and I'm sure by the time you finish watching it you will utter the immortal phrase "treat yo self"!(My version of treat yo self is a marathon session of Parks and Rec!!).
Actually just watch it for the brilliance that is Chris Pratt!!

2. Doctor Who
I have never made any secret of the fact that I have a great love of Doctor Who which stems back to my childhood. The first Doctor I can vaguely remember is Tom Baker and my mum even knitted me a Doctor Who scarf. My first proper doctor was Peter Davison and I watched it right through to when it was eventually cancelled. You can imagine my delight when it was brought back and I have loved the new series. Now I know that the new Doctor is dividing opinion but I do like him and for me I like the departure away from a younger actor as you need some with gravitas to portray him. I just hope that the new revamped series is here to stay.

3. Real Housewives of New York City
OK so this is my guilty pleasure programme!! I love this as to me its reality TV at it's finest! Set in New York it follows the lives of a group of "housewives" as they go about their daily lives. I think it brings the term bitchy to a whole new level as they fall out make up and then fall out again!!


What do you love to watch?


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