Monday, July 27, 2020

What I'm Watching

We've entered the part of summer where it's too hot for me to even pretend like I want to leave the house. The heat index has been over 100 every day for the last week here in DFW. That means in addition to all the reading I've been doing also I'm watching a lot more tv. Here's what I've currently been streaming



Hamilton on Disney+ - Do I even need to include this, because duh obviously I've watched this! We were really lucky to see the musical in person when it came to Dallas last year, but getting to rewatch it (especially with the facial close ups) is still really cool.

Tangled the series on Disney+ - We put this one on randomly one night as we were folding laundry before bed and got hooked. It picks up after the end of the movie

My Spy on Prime - We watched this one for at home date night and thought it was really cute. It reminded me of something that the Rock would be in; kinda cheesy and endearing

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks on HBOMax - This is the story behind the book of the same name. Henrietta Lacks was a black woman who died of cancer in the 1950s, without her or her family's permission doctors took her cells and those cells (HeLa) have led to all kinds of medical break throughs.

QueerEye on Netflix -  Oh how I LOVE this show! In my opinion this is the perfect feel good show and this new season did not disappoint

Eurovision Song Contest : The Story of Fire Saga on Netflix - Maybe I just had really low expectations, but this was one of the best things I've seen this year. Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams as small town Icelandic sings with dreams of winning Eurovision is exactly what we need at this time.

Sweet Magnolias on Netflix - At first I wasn't a big fan of this one; I literally fell asleep the first time I watched it. But it grew on me around episode 3 and turned out to be pretty entertaining

Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix - I randomly found this one night when I was looking for something new to watch and it is so great! Phil was a tv producer so he knows how to make an interesting program. My favorite part is at the end of every episode he video chats with his parents from whatever location he's in while they're back home.

Below Deck on Bravo on Demand - My husband and I are obsessed with this one! Having worked in luxury hospitality it's fun to watch and very relatable



What are you currently watching?



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