FOR THE LOVE OF | TV
I am back this week with my mini-series For The Love Of. This week I am blogging about my love of TV and what I have been watching this past month, so here are my top three TV programmes this month.
Mr B and I have only just got on the Luther band wagon. Goodness knows where we were when if first came out on TV, but thanks to Netflix we are indulging in an episode a night. I am really enjoying it. I didn’t think it would actually be Mr B’s kind of thing but he has stuck with it and its nice to be able to watch something together that we both find gripping.
John Luther is a Detective Chief Inspector (DCI) working for the Serious Crime Unit in series one, and the new Serious and Serial Crime Unit in series two and three. A dedicated police officer, Luther is obsessive, possessed, and sometimes violent. However, Luther has paid a heavy price for his dedication; he has never been able to prevent himself from being consumed by the darkness of the crimes with which he deals.
For Luther, the job always comes first. His dedication is a curse and a blessing, both for him and those close to him. In the very first episode of the series he investigates brilliant psychopath and murderer Alice Morgan. Ultimately he is unable to arrest her due to lack of evidence, but as the programme progresses, she becomes both his nemesis and unlikely companion. As she pursues her infatuation with him, he gradually relents as he is able to glean insight from her about some of the cunning criminals he pursues.
Killer Women. Journalist and TV personality Piers Morgan travels across the USA to meet some of America’s most notorious female killers. A quest to discover what drives a woman to kill. Call me weird, but I can’t help but watch programmes like this. I find them so interesting and it makes me think how on earth people are pushed to becoming killers. I’m a bit naive when it comes to this program though as I always end up feeling sorry for them. I don’t know why, because at the end of the day THEY ARE KILLERS! Its an insight as to what, when and how it happens. Love him or hate him, Piers gives them a jolly good hard time.
I am all over anything with puppies in at the moment. I caught this program the other day. We can so relate to it considering we have just got a pup ourselves! Fleur took quite an interest in this too might I add! She was barking up a storm whilst watching it with us. Basically this program follows the ups and downs of ten puppies and their families through their all important first six months together. Its quite fun to watch and realise we are not the only ones who have a few puppy training problems! Its very cute TV and we literally smiled throughout the whole program!
Do you have a favourite TV programme at the moment? Leave a comment below or blog about it and link up below! I am always looking for new Seasons or TV programmes to watch. If you have not watched the above I have blogged about then I would highly recommend you do.