Last year I missed a lot in television. Juggling home, work and parenthood kept me from watching some of my favorite TV shows or shows I was just starting to get into. That’s ok though! Luckily Netflix has a lot of those titles that I’ve been wanting to watch available for streaming! Now that life is a little less hectic, after the kids have fallen asleep at night I’ve found the time to catch up on seasons I missed! Here are my top three shows that I’ve been dying to catch-up on or in the process of watching!
Although my husband has seen all of the seasons of The Walking Dead, he hasn’t ruined it for me! I know the new season is starting in October so I’m in the process of watching this now. I have to admit, it can get pretty scary catching up on this one on my own!
I caught a few episodes of Gotham in it’s first season and it had really piqued my interest. The show takes viewers long before James Gordon was commissioner of Gotham City. As a rookie cop, Gordon takes on Gotham City crime and corruption to avenge the murder of Bruce Wayne’s parents. If you are a fan of Batman or crime dramas, you might be interested in this show, too!
I caught Madam Secretary mid-season last year and it’s been on my watch list for a while now. In the drama, Elizabeth McCord (played by Tea Leoni) is a retired CIA agent and is named Secretary of State after the previous secretary’s death.
Some other shows that I haven’t seen that are on my list to binge watch include: The Blacklist, Scandal, and Orange is the New Black, and From Dust Til Dawn: The Series. Are there shows you’ve been wanting to watch but becasue you haven’t had the time?
What seasons do you want to get caught up on or start binge watching?
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