All the TV I’ve been watching during lockdown:
I’ve complied a list of all the things we’ve watched during lockdown and more importantly loved watching. I’ve added a couple of of things we’ve not yet seen but have been highly recommend by friends and are on our watch list.
Let me know if the comments if you’ve seen any of these and what else I should be adding to my watch list. All thats left to say is get your snacks ready and make yourself comfy on the sofa and get streaming!
- Hollywood – beautiful and very funny, well worth a watch!
- The Willoughbys – a feel good cartoon film featuring lovely animation
- After Life season 2 – now this is equally happy and sad but bloody lovely
- Tiger King – this is a bonkers documentary and you’ll either love or hate it!
- Sabrina – incase you haven’t seen it, its a remake of the one we all loved. There is 3 series you van binge watch it! It’s a little darker than the original but we loved it!
- Onward – beautiful story about two brothers on an adventure to see their farther one last time
- Prop Culver – film historian and prop collector Dan Lanigan reunites iconic Disney movie props with the filmmakers in some of Dinsey’s most loved films
- Moana – family feel good, can’t help but put a smile on your face, especially the crabs song, thats my favourite bit!
- Hunters – Starting Al Pacino, this action packed, full or twists and beautifully shot series is set in 1977 New York City and is about a group of hunters going after Nazis that are living in America.
- Knives Out – If you can get past how bad Daniel Craigs accent is, this is a comedic murder mystery. We had wanted to see it at the cinemas as I love a good who-done-it murder detective and thanks to prime able to view at home
- Harriet – Staring the amazing Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman this film tells the thrilling and bloody inspirational story of her escape from slavery. Such a remarkable and brave woman
- Upload – Sci-fi comedy where in the future you can be uploaded to a digital afterlife, follows the journey of party boy Nathan after his death
- The Great – Staring Nicholas Hoult & Elle Fanning. The Great is a comedic drama about the rise of Catherine the Great from outsider to the longest reigning female ruler in Russia’s history
- The Righteous Gem Stones – Tells the story of a world-famous televangelist family with plenty of plot twists. This is bloody brilliant written and starts Danny McBride the whole cast is amazing, highly recommend this!
- Doll Face – I’ve mentioned this before but its easy and fun watching about a girl who’s relationship ends and about her reconnecting with her girl friends
Photos by Dave Cox