Hubbie has been enjoying so many shows on Netflix this month so I decided to hand things over to him for the March round up:
“One show that has really hit a cord with me this month was Making a Murderer, I have written about it over on my own blog Hubby Helps, I could not get enough of the show, I literally watched each episode back to back! I did not realise prior to watching that it was a real life documentary style series, believe me it is certainly a worthy watch this month! From the first episode you are drawn in to his tragic sounding story and apparent miscarriages of justice that are unveiled.
Currently we are both now enjoying Daredevil, it’s a great show based on the Marvel character. This month saw the release of its second series. The show has had some really dark moments but some other moments are hilarious for unexplainable reasons (mainly the undateable Fisk), if you haven't had a chance to watch series one I would strongly suggest catching up, especially if you enjoy other Marvel shows.
Another of our shows we enjoy together is Once Upon A Time, now in its fifth series the storyline is still going strong, the series based around storybook characters has found great ways to link in each character to enhance the main plot line, this is certainly one you can Netflix and chill to (although I wish the wife would stop day dreaming about Hook!).
Better Call Saul came back to Netflix, series two seems to be very slow to get going which is a bit of a shame as I hoped the series would be giving a bit more wow factor, don't get me wrong I am still really enjoying it learning more about Saul’s back story, but it does not have the same momentum of series one so far. Mind you I am sure it will be worth the wait.
One surprise watch for me this month is Hells Kitchen, I have blasted my way through series 11 (there is 11, 12 and 13 available on Netflix currently), although a lot of it must be scripted there are some funny kitchen moments made so much funnier by Gordon Ramsey shouting and swearing at the contestants, not one for the faint hearted!”