My Netflix fix…

So I have been tagged by Caroline who blogs over at Carolyn Blogs to chat about my Netflix habits. I have only been properly using Netflix for about 6 months, when we started to subscribe to it after a free trial.

Netflix

I don’t actually watch a lot of “proper” live TV, I just don’t have the time, but I do like to pull up a good TV series or a movie, to watch sometimes, of an evening, and it’s incredibly handy to be able to turn on a movie or a kids TV series for the kids, on the iPad occasionally. We have definitely found the subscription worth it.

All time Favourite:

Pride and Prejudice, in the British TV series section. Mr Darcy anyone? Need I say more??

Current Addiction:

It has to be House. I thoroughly enjoyed  the series, and watched it from the beginning, but then lost track a bit as it went on, and didn’t keep up. Now, I am watching it from the very beginning, and am getting back into it again. Hugh Laurie is brilliant, and I am looking forward to seeing what happens in later series, so no spoilers please.

Wish list:

I am going to add Gracie and Frankie and Once Upon a Time to my wish list, to watch over the summer, with my knitting. I sound like an old lady, I know…

Pet Peeve:

I just started watching all the Scrubs episodes, from the start, then Netflix deleted it. I am slightly annoyed about this. I never really watched Scrubs the first time round, and was really enjoying it, and now I am stuck in limbo between series 3 and 4 with no hope of moving on. BRING BACK SCRUBS TO NETFLIX PLEASE!!

What would I recommend?

If you are looking for lighthearted, then That 70’s show is ideal. Makes me laugh, and it’s not too much of a brain strain, but you will want to keep watching. I also liked The Good Wife, which is a good series, not very light hearted but definitely worth watching  and of course if you want a little fix of Benedict Cumberbatch, then watch the Sherlock series, from the very start.

Now, I said I didn’t watch to much tv, I think possibly I need to re evaluate that statement. Does Netflix count?

Did you know you can get more out of Netflix and save money, and get access to more channels? 

*this is a collaborative post*

 

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