Welcome back to On My TV This Week! With the addition of The Punisher to Netflix on the 17th, it certainly filled up the latter half of my week! Scroll down to find out what I’ve thought of this weeks TV.
Welcome back to On My TV This Week! I had a bit of a busy week this week (which is why this post is coming slightly later than normal) so I didn’t manage to watch anything other than my regular shows, but here go!
Welcome back to On My TV This Week! This week I finished Stranger Things 2 and put a full recap and review over in a separate post that you can find here. Because of this I didn’t manage to catch anything else new this week, apart from new episodes of my regulars, so here we go!
Welcome back to On My TV This Week! This week saw two major shows return to our screen. The Walking Dead and Stranger Things. On top of this, I managed to watch the entire series of Mindhunter, but there will be more on that below. Let’s do this!
Welcome back to On My TV This Week! I’m going to start with a film this week and then move on to the series’ that I’ve been tracking. Thanks again for taking the time to read and I hope you enjoy!
OK, let’s try something new again! I think I’m going to try and get weekly recaps of the main TV shows that I’ve watched in the previous week, a short synopsis, and what I thought of each show. As always, please prepare yourself for spoilers!
When it comes to Game of Thrones, there’s one thing for sure. Everyone has their own idea of how things are going to pan out and what the endgame will bring! I’m not one to just sit there and watch the show. I get too involved and find myself looking up theories constantly! Some of which have panned out already and some of which have already been discredited by the actors and even George R. R. Martin himself!
Now, before you read any further, I must warn you that this post is dark and full of spoilers. These will likely be from all 7 TV series so far coupled with possible spoilers for Season 8 (if any of these theories are correct). I’ll even try and correlate information from the books that didn’t make it into the show.
Luke Cage is the latest series in a line of Netflix/Marvel adaptations leading us up to The Defenders mini-series due to air in 2018.
It follows Luke Cage (Mike Colter) after the events of the Jessica Jones series from last year, where we were first introduced to his character.
Now living in Harlem after fleeing Hell’s Kitchen in the final episode of Jessica Jones, we follow the story of Luke Cage coming out of his quiet life in the shadows to become the street level hero that Harlem needs.