I might watch most TV on my laptop but it’s still telly and I flipping love it.

I thought I’d write a little post on what I’m obsessed with right now (I’ve not watched anything on Netflix for forevs so this round-up is delicious escapist, ‘I just can’t stop watching’ TV I think you’ll lap up too.

Nothing chills me out like telly:

  1. Celebs Go Dating. I just can’t stop watching this ‘wee in your knickers funny’ dating show and haven’t missed a season yet. From screaming at the screen at Muggy Mike’s vile antics to lolling (yes, I wrote lolling #soz) and cringing in equal measure, at theatrical receptionist Tom aka the glue of the show, and all the dating mishaps and mega-egos of the contestants, you’re in for an absolute treat with this reality show!  The narrator deserves a Bafta too. I love it!
  2. MIC. Made in Chelsea needs no introduction and is another show I’ve watched since day 1. I’ve met quite a few of the chaps and gals from the cast and can’t wait to find out more about one of my most favourite shows at their press party next week (I’ll be reporting back of course)!!!
  3. Married at First Sight. So, the latest episode made me blub like a baby- and I was SO sure I would be writing it off (at first sight) but sensationalist twaddle this is not. Moving, searingly honest and in this case, a perfect match in the couple I can’t remember the names of, who had crazy chemistry, I can’t wait for next week’s ep!
  4. First Dates Hotel. Another TV classic, the magic is in the casting-both the staff and the love seekers. This time the magic of Italy adds new layers and love matches and I never miss a show.
  5. Dragon’s Den. Mega Peter Jones crush aside (swoon, though) this show never fails to keep me on the edge on my seat and the entrepreneur in me loves hearing about new innovations and of course the success stories which follow. The amazing former Dragon Sarah Willingham features in my book and Debra Meadam even follows me on Twitter. Nice.

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6 Responses

  1. Alex

    Hey Vicki! Aha, well my favourite shows at the moment are very similar to yours, as I love Married at First Sight, First Dates Hotel and Dragons’ Den!! But also Requiem, which is on Friday nights and is spooooky! I don’t usually go for supernatural stuff, being more of a reality tv sort of person, but this is really good! 🙂 And the actor who plays Matilda is incredible. (Also, I love her hair!)

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  2. Ivana

    Hey Vicki, this is such a great post, just reading it made me feel chilled as though I was having my favourite TV show on 🙂 Switching off is so important especially for us, mothers, and TV is one of the best ways to do so. In my experience, the more catchy or suspenseful the program, the more effective switch-off 🙂 xxx

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  3. Emerald

    My partner and I like to watch stuff together in the evening. In the past few months Game of Thrones has been a biggie. But there are lots of Netflix things we’ve enjoyed too: Dark, Mindhunter, The OA for example. Oh, and we’ve just watched McMafia On BBC.

    Lots of comedy though too: Derry Girls, London Irish, Catastrophe, The Detectorists and The Young Offenders. We have this great comedy in Scotland called Still Game.

    But also the odd David Attenborough programme.

    One thing my other half will never watch with me is Strictly. The man’s missing out!

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