Mo’s weekly recommendation corner – November 20th

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We are back once again (and not going anywhere). This week continues my weekly staples with some new additions.

Did anyone say more weekly staples?

The Great British Bake Off (The Great British Baking Show)

The season finale is on Tuesday night (Wednesday morning) and I’m so invested.  The whole season has been unpredictable from the start!

Where to watch: All4 or Netflix US

Shark Tank

Aspiring entrepreneurs from around the world pitch their business models to a panel of investors and persuade them to invest money in their idea.

Where to watch: Hulu

 

The Simpsons

At this point, who doesn’t know what who the Simpsons are? And still going strong to this day every single week!

Where to watch: Hulu or Disney+

Family Guy

I would assume everyone knows what Family Guy is by now, it became a staple in animated sitcoms a long time ago and is something I follow on a weekly basis every single week these days.

Where to watch: Hulu


Here’s what’s new for me this week:

Strike

Put your feelings towards JK Rowling aside and enjoy a wonderfully crafted, tight British drama series that follows PI Cormoran Strike and his assistant Robin.  Each “season” is based off a book by Robert Galbraith (JK Rowling’s pen name) and the BBC has exclusive production rights for it, so it’ll keep going as long as there’s more material.

Where to watch: BBC iPlayer

The Flight Attendant

Looks to be a really funny, twisty and exciting mystery show from the co-creator of You and starring Kaley Cuoco – Streaming starts on 26th of November

Where to watch: HBO Max

Murder on Middle Beach

Murder on Middle Beach is a deep exploration of a murder where the documentarian is the family of the victim. He tries to solve his mother’s murder by doing a no-holds-barred expose on everything and everyone in his life.

Where to watch: HBO Max

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! is a staple of every British person’s wintertime viewing, and new episodes are out every day except Saturday for a period of 3 weeks.

Where to watch: ITV Hub

Come Dine With Me

4-5 strangers host dinner parties and score one another, with the winner at the end of the week getting £1,000.  Easy watching and some of the people on it are certifiably bonkers.

Where to watch: All4 or Netflix US

More recommendations incoming next week! Here’s to more great additions to my weekly line up? It never ends!

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