Netflix. It’s what I always wanted TV to be. On demand. Here’s some insight into what I watched last night.
It was cold. I had an exam the night before, which came at the end of a week of exam preparation. I’d spent the day mostly in the office. I was tired and not much in the mood for much more than TV. As noted above, what I mean by TV is a definition much different to what I would offer even a few years ago: Netflix.
What I Watched Last Night.
I watched the first episode of this during the week.
It stars British comedian Greg Davies. He plays a dad whose daughter returns from her gap-year with a husband in-toe. This husband has voluntarily hit F2 on his birth certificate, adopting the name Cuckoo. Let’s just say Cuckoo is somewhat alternative.
The program is about the comedic tension between a straight cut British father-in-law, and his alternative lifestyle embracing son-in-law.
More of What I Watched Last Night…
Another British situational comedy.
Brian Briscoe describes this show as “Siblings living together and the various crazy situations that ensue when they interact with other people.” These siblings are Hannah, played by Charlotte Richie, and Dan, played by Tom Stourton.
Next was a “bromance” for the ages – Soul Mates.
A bromance for the ages, Soul Mates is the story of two kindred spirits trapped in a cycle of death and rebirth. Across different lifetimes with no knowledge of their past lives, they are forever drawn together as mates.
Soul Mates has an IMDB rating of 7.6/100.
Fourth in the series of what I watched last night:
The Moody’s – A bumbling Australian extended family somehow finds a way to keep it together over the years with love as the underlying thread.
What I Watched Last Night – That’s all.