5 TV Shows I'm Obsessed With Right Now
The top picks I cannot get enough of!
The End Of The F*cking World
Currently top of the list, and top of the world right now. I watched it just before it went viral - and there's a million reasons why it did go viral. So think of the romantic tale of Submarine, an awkward boy and rebellious care-free girl and their many adventures. It's a mixture of Bonnie & Clyde, add a dash of Quentin Tarantino and a soundtrack straight of out the 1960s. It's a bittersweet story of teenage angst, with James a boy who's certain he's a psychopath, and Alyssa a grouchy, brutally honest but charming wild spirit who both embark on a road trip to get away from their deadend town. It's ridiculously addictive to watch, and near enough perfect from the cinematography to the characters. If there's one thing you invest your time in, it's this show.
Parks & Recreation
The Grand Tour
Who didn't love Top Gear?! So obviously now the show has been rebranded and onto their second series on Amazon Prime it's got to be good right? The adventures are somewhat the same, as they explore various locations with the usual lineup of Clarkson, Hammond and May and their inner hate towards each other, yet insatiable friendship between each episode is (in my opinion) a million times better than Top Gear. The Grand Tour is much more than cars, in fact... most of the time it's not really about the cars, just the people. But all in all, the montages of Jeremy Clarkson trying to be Tom Cruise whilst drifting cars has the nation eagerly waiting every Friday for another episode. Their global adventure will either have you wanted to rent a very expensive car and travel the world, or buying up an old one to deliberately crash it.
Glow for any woman is super empowering, with slight cattiness. You may not like wrestling, but you'll love Glow. You'll love the collection of girls who make up the Glow team, and closely correlating to their actual stories from the 1980s of how womens wrestling was changed forever in the form of a TV show that was completely fictionalised throughout the wrestling circuit (pre WWE!) It was released in September of 2017, and from the moment it hit my Netflix screen, all the episodes were done and dusted by the end of the next day. It's a total nod to the 80s, and a nostalgic throwback that's colourful, bursting with personality and definitely needs a second series to accompany it before we all drive ourselves truly mad.