I’ve been super busy lately and I’ve had zero time to watch TV and write on the blog. Now, though, I’m all caught up with last week’s TV and I’m ready to share my favorite songs hoping to cheer you up even on a Monday. My picks are from Girls, Empire, iZombie, Jane the Virgin and Community.
As I promised in my previous post today we talk about music. It should be no surprise to anyone since that’s basically what we always do on Sunday. I have a few gems from The Good Wife, Shameless, Empire, Man Seeking Woman and Cougar Town. Enjoy!
Once upon a time NBC ordered a TV show produced by Tina Fey and starring Ellie Kemper. People were both excited, because they were sure it was gonna be something great, and terrified since NBC hasn’t been able to treat a sit-com decently in the past years. A few months later a miracle happened: Netflix saved the day by buying the sit-com and renewing for another season immediately, also it promised us to release the first season all together, so we could binge watch it. That day has finally arrived and now that I have completed the vision of the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ season one, I’m ready to share my thoughts and feelings. Continue reading
I’ve been nominated by Milk and Cigarettes for a Liebster Award. Thanks a lot!
Now there a few things that I have to do before nominating other promising bloggers.
1. Flaunt the Liebster Award on your blog page.
2. Thank the person who nominated you.
Thanks a lot to Milk and Cigarettes. Go check his blog.
3. Answer all my questions
What’s the one thing you would like to tell your 10 year old self?
It’s gonna be better, give it time.
What’s your favorite food in the whole wide world?
This is an easy one: pizza.
If you could punch any actor or actress in the face, who would it be?
Ricky Gervais annoys me a lot, so probably him.
What’s your favorite memory from high school?
I don’t wanna go much into detail, but let’s say all the time spent chatting with my best friend during free periods.
What’s your favorite Simpsons episode?
The one where the dolphins take control of Springfield.
4. Nominate 7 ( or 11 or whatever you feel like) other bloggers and make 7 (or 11 or whatever) questions for them.
I’ll nominate five that have less than 200 followers like me.
Here are my five questions:
1) What’s your favorite episode of you favorite TV show?
2) Why do you decided to open your blog?
3) Do you speak more than a language?
4) If you could watch one movie for the rest of your life, what would it be?
5) Are you into podcasts?
Thank you for reading my blog, I look forward to reading you answers. Tomorrow we go back talking about TV show with a review of the first season of “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt“, so don’t forget to come back.
Another Sunday, another TV Soundtrack. I have a fresh batch of songs that played this week on Shameless, The Last Man on Earth, Cougar Town, The Good Wife. Are you ready to listen to them all?
Midseason is just around the corner and new and interesting trailers are available to make us even more excited. Today I’m sharing the brand new Veep season four trailer, the trailer for Community‘ season six and two trailers for season 1B of Outlander. Enjoy!
It’s March already. Can you believe it? I felt like it was Christmas only a couple of weeks ago and now it’s almost Spring. I’m constantly shocked by how fast time passes. Anyway before definitely saying goodbye to February we still have to discuss the music that played in the last week on Parks and Recreation, Grey’s Anatomy, Empire, How to Get Away with Murder and Hart of Dixie. Continue reading
I wanted to write a review for “One Last Ride“, instead I ended up writing a love letter to my favorite show that I’ll forever miss. Now I’ll let you read it, so I can go eat some waffles and keep crying a bit more. I can’t make any promises.
Parks and Recreation is ending. We’ve known for a while now, we hated NBC because of the way they treated this final season, but yet I still can’t fully accept the thing. I’m prepared to cry my eyes out and feel the void, but that’s gonna be tomorrow, today I wanna walk you down memory lane with my personal list of all the best Parks and Recreation‘s episodes of the past seven years. Continue reading