As a TVAddict 📺 I can totally loose a day or 2 binge watching Reality TV or Crime Shows and the Hayu app certainly hits the spot on both 😊
3 New Shows will be added on Monday and if you follow the blog you will know 1 of them I’m definitely excited about. Season 3 Real Housewives of Potomac, looking at the trailer is on 🔥🔥🔥 plus with Charisse leaving there’s a new Housewife joining the group.
So what else starts Monday? In Ice Cold Blood hosted by Ice T (Law & Order SVU) is for us True Crime fans. Each episode follows true stories with interviews, archival footage and re-enactments. Airing on Oxygen in US and Hayu for UK.
The 3rd Show may have an unusual title, Your Husband is Cheating On Us, what’s it all about? This new show focuses on a play of the same name and follows JD Lawrence, producer & director and his cast as they work and live together in NYC. As you’d expect from a good Bravo show, be ready for drama and shade!
Still wanting more drama after that? Well good news for you Season 10 Real Housewives of New York is back again, the trailer has looked like it’s another good season from the NY Ladies and I can’t wait 😊 On the app from Thursday 5th April.
Do you have the Hayu app? I’d love to know or are you a fan of Reality or True Crime? Comments are always welcome 🙏🏻 Sign up to the free 30 day Hayu trial on their website http://www.Hayu.com
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After trying to avoid all the spoilers on Twitter I finally binge watched Sky Atlantic’s Save Me yesterday and wow I loved it. Everything you needed in a great drama/thriller was there. Fantastic cast most notably Lennie James (Nelly) and Suranne Jones (Claire), great storyline – I found it to be full of grit and every parents worst nightmare.
Now I never want to spoil anything for those who haven’t watched (definitely get it downloaded and do so!) but the basic premise is that Nelly and Claire had a baby of which Nelly hasn’t been involved with and Jody is now a teenager and she’s gone missing. This is where the story begins and as we delve into the story it we learn more about Nelly and the people in his live. Definitely shows how a community pulls together in difficult circumstances but also how easily they can break apart.
Written and created by Lennie James (Nelly) and directed by Nick Murphy, production by World Productions (Line of Duty) this is a fantastic Sky Original Production and the news that a follow on season is also happening has very much been welcomed by those that have loved this as much as I did.
Another show I have been thoroughly enjoying is over on Universal Channel. With the final episode of this 6 part mystery drama airing tomorrow night, The Disappearance has been just as gripping. This Canadian drama originally started life as French project but then scripts were changed to English and The Disappearance was born. Boy am I thankful! I have been watching this week by week thanks to the good ole series link on Sky and have been dripped by every episode. It took till the end of Episode 3 before I began to seriously form an opinion on who dunnit and what’s really going on. I found this refreshing as usually I’ve guessed by the end of Episode 1.
What’s the story then I hear you ask? Anthony suddenly disappears on his 10th birthday treasure hunt. His family are devastated and immediately start searching for him however time progresses and the longer Anthony is missing we find the family are keeping secrets. As these secrets come to light do they hold the key to finding him? Hopefully it will all be wrapped up in the final episode tomorrow as I need to know. Have truly enjoyed this drama and again it has been great storyline and cast.
Have you watched either of these shows I’d love you to drop me a comment and let me know? If not I highly recommend you do.
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Universal has some great shows have you been watching The Disappearance? 4 Episodes in and I am totally loving it you really need to get on it if you haven’t seen 😊 highly recommend.
Tonight we kick off with another US import, Gone so what’s it all about you ask? Well it’s all about Kit ‘Kick’ Lannigan, played by Leven Rambin (True Detective) who is the survivor of a child abduction case and FBI Agent, Frank Novak, played by Chris Noth who had rescued her.
The story starts years later with a grown up ‘Kick’ who has developed an expertise in self-defence, recruited by Frank to join a task force he has set up to solve missing persons and abduction cases. Sounds fabulous doesn’t it?? Danny Pino (Cold Case), plays John Bishop a former military intelligence officer and they use their experiences to find and bring these missing people home.
It’s a great cast and I love the idea of the storylines one of the main reasons I loved Danny Pino’s previous show, Cold Case, is because I enjoyed them delving into the case to figure out what had happened.
So as mentioned it starts tonight at 9pm on Universal and it’s series linked on my Sky planner! Will you be watching? I’d love to know, drop me a comment 😍
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Tuesday 13th March brings us a 3 Part Documentary on BBC4. Over 3 nights next week, Tuesday – Thursday this documentary looks at the story of Ruth Ellis.
Who is Ruth Ellis you ask? Well she was the last woman to be hanged in Britain in July 1955. Gillian Pachter, filmmaker, has decided to re-examine the case, the murder of her lover David Blakely.
They examine the original police investigation, the relationship between Ruth and David, especially as the glamorous peroxide blonde was deemed to be brassy and David in a different social circle to her. Over the 3 episodes they look into it all including the trial.
Only a few months after the murder, Ruth was hanged but on what evidence? It wasn’t established where she had gotten the .38 Smith and Wesson. The only alleged witness her son wasn’t questioned and has since passed in the 1980’s. No other suspects were even considered at the time.
Had this happened many years later with the forensics available now and an overall better understanding of human behaviour would it still have been the same outcome?
I will definitely be watching this I love old cases being reviewed. It’s an intriguing story and we even get to hear recordings from the time. Will you be watching I’d love to know? I believe it will also be available on BBC iplayer
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As with every New Year we get a January packed with new and returning shows, definitely 1 of the things I ❤️.
Silent Witness has been as brilliant as ever with a much thought provoking storyline in the 2 part One Day that brought the brilliant Liz Carr to the forefront of the show. This show does not disappoint and each round of 10 parters is just as good sometimes better every year.
Four part Channel 4 drama Kiri, has also brought us the intense and controversial topics like Silent Witness. Certainly gets people talking and makes you think of the real issues like these shows have delivered on.
I have tried ITV’s Next Of Kin and watched the 1st episode but haven’t watched the others yet on my planner as I have to be honest, whilst this is shows I’m loving, this 1 the 1st episode didn’t really grab me. Have you watched? I’d love to know your thoughts on this as I had high hopes for it.
Now BBC One’s Requiem, which started on Friday 2nd February was a brilliant opening episode with a great mix of shock, suspense and thrill to make you want to watch more. If like me you can’t wait week by week it is all on BBC iplayer so you know I will be binge watching at the weekend.
People Magazine Investigates on Investigation Discovery (ID) has brought the stories I have read in this great weekly mag to life and gave more insight into the crimes. Have truly enjoyed this and looking forward to watching more.
Just a few of the great shows I have watched so far this year along with new episodes of my faves, How To Get Away With Murder, Chicago Fire and Major Crimes, although still said this is the final few episodes.
What have you enjoyed watching I would love to know drop me a comment I really like knowing what your all watching.
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For the last few years January has always had some welcome staples to the TV Schedules and Silent Witness is definitely 1 of those. Starting on BBC 1 on Monday 8th January at 9pm, we see 5 different stories every Monday and Tuesday for the next 5 weeks.
Like Castle that I posted about yesterday (read that here: Castle – A Great TV Show? You decide) I was very late to the party on this 1 I’ve only watched for the last 4-5 years and I’m obsessed. This show has been running since February 1996 and now in 2018 we are starting the year with Series 21! Can you believe how long it’s been running? Not surprising it’s a great show with a great cast. Comprising of Emilia Fox, David Caves, Richard Lintern and Liz Carr, who’s character, Clarissa is definitely 1 of my faves.
So how does this show keep on running after all these years? I think personally for me it is down to the great cast from Amanda Burton to Emilia Fox in 2004 the transition was seamless but also the great story lines with every episode being upto date and relevant.
Have you always watched Silent Witness? I watched it every now and again with Amanda Burton but as said above have only been an avid watcher in recent years. I love the intensity of the weekly 2 parters and also how ongoing storylines carry through the 5 week run.
So comment below will you be watching? What do you love about Silent Witness?
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If you haven’t seen Castle before then now is your chance. YourTV, available on Freeview (72) Sky (199) Youview (72) and Freesat (156), are airing the show from Season 1 starting Monday at 8pm.
Castle is a great procedural TV drama with a twist and once you start watching you can’t stop. We follow renowned author Richard Castle as he joins Detective Kate Beckett and co to assist in solving the case of a copycat murderer who is recreating scenes from his Nikki Heat novels.
I was late to the party on this 1 starting a few seasons in on Alibi but luckily they repeated it from S1 and I got to watch it all and I’m so glad I did. Airing in US from 2009 – 2016. 8 glorious seasons to watch and whilst we see the relationship develop between Kate and Rick there is a great ensemble cast with their own intertwined storylines.
Whether it be a re-watch or the 1st watch I don’t believe this will disappoint it has it all, crime, drama, comedy with very likeable characters. Let me know if you’ve seen before or will be watching for the 1st time?
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from l-r, Dimitri (Aleksey Serebryakov), Alex (James Norton), Oksana (Maria Shukshina), Katya (Faye Marsay) and Rebecca (Juliet Rylance)
Miriam (Sarah Lancashire)
Well it’s the last Sunday Update of 2017 and we’ve had some great shows 📺 with a New Year comes more great shows as you will have seen in my latest posts I. am so excited for these to come 😍
New & Returning Shows
Channel Show Date Time
Ch4 The Great Festive Bake Off Monday 1st January 2018 7:40pm
BBC1 McMafia Monday 1st January 2018 9pm
BBC1 Mrs Browns Boys Monday 1st January 2018 10pm
TLC UK Whitney Fat Girl Dancing Preview of S4 Tuesday 2nd December 8pm
ITV Superstore S1 Tuesday 2nd January 2018 8:30pm
Ch5 Celebrity Big Brother Tuesday 2nd January 2018 9pm
Sky1 The Blacklist S5 Tuesday 2nd January 2018 9pm
CI American Murder Tuesday 2nd January 2018 9pm
Sky1 Trollied S7 Tuesday 2nd January 2018 10:30pm
ITV Girlfriends Wednesday 3rd January 2018 9pm
BBC1 Death In Paradise Thursday 4th January 2018 9pm
E! UK WAGS Atlanta Thursday 4th January 2018 9pm
Channel 4 Derry Girls Thursday 4th January 2018 10pm
Fox NCIS S15 Friday 5th January 2018 9pm
Ch5 Will & Grace S9 Friday 5th January 2018 10pm
ITV The Voice Saturday 6th January 2018 8pm
BBC1 Hard Sun Saturday 6th January 2018 9:35pm
ITVBe Million Dollar Listing LA S7 Sunday 7th January 2018 10am
Movies24 Signed Sealed, Delivered: Home Again Sunday 7th January 2018 3pm
ITVBe The Bachelor Sunday 7th January 2018 6pm
ITV Dancing On Ice Sunday 7th January 2018 6pm
ITV Vera Sunday 7th January 2018 8pm
Sky 1 McGyver S2 Sunday 7th January 2018 8pm
Sky 1 Hawaii 5-0 S8 Sunday 7th January 2018 9pm
Sky1 NCIS:LA S9 Sunday 7th January 2018 10pm
ITVBe Botched By Nature S1 (Previously aired on E!) Sunday 7th January 2018 10pm
Hayu UK Revenge Body with Khloe Kardashian S2 Monday 8th January 2018
Lifetime UK Fit to Fat to Fit Monday 8th January 2018 9pm
BBC1 Silent Witness S21 Monday 8th January 2018 9pm
ITV Next Of Kin Monday 8th January 2018 9pm
Alibi Murdoch Mysteries Monday 8th January 2018 9pm
TLC UK Whitney Fat Girl Dancing S4 Tuesday 9th January 2018 8pm
MTV Geordie Shore Tuesday 9th January 2018 10pm
TLC UK Long Island Medium S8 Tuesday 9th January 2018 10pm
Sky Living How to Get Away with Murder S4 Tuesday 9th January 2018 10pm
History UK Vikings S4 Tuesday 9th January 2018 9pm
5Star Fresh Off The Boat S2 Wednesday 10th January 2018 8pm
Lifetime UK Little Women Terra’s Big House S1 Wednesday 10th January 2018 9pm
Channel4 Kiri Wednesday 10th January 2018 9pm
5USA Chicago Justice S1 (Previously on Universal) Thursday 11th January 2018 9pm
ITV Lethal Weapon S2 Friday 12th January 2018 9pm
Fox UK Bull S2 Friday 12th January 2018 10pm
MTV UK Ex on the Beach:Body SOS Wednesday 17th January 2018 8pm
Netflix Riverdale S2 Pt2 Thursday 18th January 2018
Netflix Dynasty S1 Pt2 Thursday 18th January 2018
Sky Atlantic Britannia S1 Thursday 18th January 2018 9pm
Netflix Grace & Frankie S4 Friday 19th January 2018
TLC UK My 4 Wives Sunday 21st January 7pm
Universal Major Crimes S6 Pt2 Monday 22nd January 2018 9pm
Hayu UK Summer House S2 Tuesday 23rd January 2018
Alibi Frankie Drake Mysteries S1 Tuesday 23rd January 2018
4Music 60th Annual Grammy Awards Monday 29th January 7pm
Universal Law & Order SVU S19 Pt2 Sunday 4th February 2018 10pm
E! UK Revenge Body S2 Sunday 11th February 2018 6pm
Universal Chicago Med S3 Pt2 Sunday 11th February 2018 9pm
National Geographic Air Crash Investigation S17 Thursday 15th February 2018 9pm
Drama Mercy Street S2 Sunday 25th February 2018 8pm
Fox The Walking Dead S8 Pt2 Monday 26th February 2018 9pm
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Source: AE Networks
I’m a true crime fan and will watch a lot of these shows as per my previous post https://wp.me/p90g6e-fM. Just lately I have seen a few posts regarding The Eleven and after some investigation have found that it is airing on Crime and Investigation on Tuesday 14th November at 10pm. This is great news and the Sky planner is set.
Now if like me you are wondering what this is about well here it is. A new 6 part documentary following the case been re-investigated, which has been prompted by a confession letter and the work of journalist, Lisa Olsen and retired Detective Fred Paige.
In the 1970’s in Galveston County, Texas 11 teenage girls were murdered and the cases have remained unsolved. The documentary tells the girls story but also link the crimes to Edward Howard Bell, who wrote the confession letter.
Whist he has since denied the confession it is worth noting that Mr Bell is currently serving a 70 year sentence for a completely unrelated murder. This follows them trying to piece together whether he really did kill these 11 girls.
So we you been watching The Eleven on Tuesday at 10pm? I sure will be. Find out more on other CI Shows at http://www.crimeandinvestigation.co.uk/ available on the below platforms. Tweet along while watching @CI they are fantastic at replying
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