In Case You Missed It...Catching Up On Great Network Shows Via Netflix
I admit that I may have a small Netflix addiction. However, in my defense as a busy working mom, I do not get to indulge as much as I would like to. Over the years, I have tried to find some time for the important people in my life, while keeping up with my favorite hobbies of writing and reading. During that time there has been, and continues to be, many televisions shows that look interesting to me. Unfortunately it is hard to find the time to watch everything I fancy. And the DVR will only hold so much.
Fortunately for us busy television fans there are many great shows right now on Netflix that were once on cable, and network television. I finally managed to binge watch Bates Motel, Being Mary Jane, and Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce On Netflix. And I must admit my timing was perfect because I caught up on Bates Motel just in time for the final season. I also was able to catch up on Girlfriends' Guide heading into its last season as well. I am up to date on Being Mary Jane too, which will be ending in 2018.
Bates Motel is based on the fictional character Norman Bates, created by Robert Bloch. Norman Bates became a household name after the 1960 Hitchcock thriller Psycho. This show satisfies an interest into how Norman Bates became a psycho.
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Being Mary Jane - BMJ follows the life of an Atlanta based TV news anchor, and trial and tribulations of her personal and professional life. I will share that Mary Jane has a very exciting and challenging love life, that's for sure. I am hoping that Mary Jane gets a happy ending.
Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce - GGTD follows the life of Abbey McCarthy, a very successful self-help author, whose seemingly perfect life is anything but. She is going through a nasty divorce, trying to raise her two kids, and keep her crap together. The show is very funny and relatable.
Bates Motel - Out of the three above mentioned shows, Bates Motel was the most satisfying to watch. I won't spoil it for you, but it had an ending suitable for Norman Bates. So pick one, pour a glass of wine, or a nice mug of coffee, curl up with a a soft throw blanket, and get to binging.
What am I missing right now? Please share!