These days I’ve been watching a little less Netflix and spending a little more time in the studio. Of course it might have a little something to do with my post-payday shop launch(!!) but that might be a happy coincidence. Heh. I’ve been absolutely blown away by your kind words of support and I’m loving seeing the orders slowly but surely roll in. Honestly, you’re all a dream come true.

Anyway! The sheer coldness of the evenings and that glorious bonus hour we’ve had lends itself especially well to some Netflix scheduling and here’s what I’ve been watching lately:

13th

As soon as I saw this documentary pop up on Netflix’s New In reel, I dropped almost everything (bar my fresh cuppa!) and watched it. It’s a deeply insightful, often harrowing look at the criminalisation of African-Americans, the US prison system and other surrounding issues. I cried at least twice but it’s certainly worth a watch.

Gilmore Girls

My Gilmore Girls obsession reigns strong and shows no sign of slowing down. If anything, the release of the regeneration episodes’ trailer has spurred me on to new heights of obsession! I’m halfway through season six now and can’t believe how far the storyline has come. Totally about to pop another episode on now…

Dragon Ball Super

My boyfriend has been watching Dragon Ball Super pretty religiously since it aired and so with a wealth of DBZ knowledge under my belt already, it comes as no surprise that I’ve been watching episodes at weekends and am about to embark on an epic from-the-start marathon.

One Piece

In a similar vein, One Piece is one of *those* long-running anime that I’ve dipped in and out of over the years but never watched from start to finish. Harvey is THE biggest OP fan - he even has a OP tattoo! - and so we’ve been watching it from the very beginning. And I love it so far. (Good job really.)

Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories

Finally, I noticed Midnight Diner on Netflix’s homepage last week and decided to give it a go over breakfast. Blooming heck. It’s like a dramatised version of mukbang, telling stories through food and exploring facets of Japanese cuisine through character storylines. I’m assuming each season will focus on different cities, but Tokyo just totally suckered me in because I LOVE Japanese food.

What have you been watching lately?

These days I’ve been watching a little less Netflix and spending a little more time in the studio. Of course it might have a little something to do with my post-payday shop launch(!!) but that might be a happy coincidence. Heh. I’ve been absolutely blown away by your kind words of support and I’m loving seeing the orders slowly but surely roll in. Honestly, you’re all a dream come true.

Anyway! The sheer coldness of the evenings and that glorious bonus hour we’ve had lends itself especially well to some Netflix scheduling and here’s what I’ve been watching lately:

13th

As soon as I saw this documentary pop up on Netflix’s New In reel, I dropped almost everything (bar my fresh cuppa!) and watched it. It’s a deeply insightful, often harrowing look at the criminalisation of African-Americans, the US prison system and other surrounding issues. I cried at least twice but it’s certainly worth a watch.

Gilmore Girls

My Gilmore Girls obsession reigns strong and shows no sign of slowing down. If anything, the release of the regeneration episodes’ trailer has spurred me on to new heights of obsession! I’m halfway through season six now and can’t believe how far the storyline has come. Totally about to pop another episode on now…

Dragon Ball Super

My boyfriend has been watching Dragon Ball Super pretty religiously since it aired and so with a wealth of DBZ knowledge under my belt already, it comes as no surprise that I’ve been watching episodes at weekends and am about to embark on an epic from-the-start marathon.

One Piece

In a similar vein, One Piece is one of *those* long-running anime that I’ve dipped in and out of over the years but never watched from start to finish. Harvey is THE biggest OP fan - he even has a OP tattoo! - and so we’ve been watching it from the very beginning. And I love it so far. (Good job really.)

Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories

Finally, I noticed Midnight Diner on Netflix’s homepage last week and decided to give it a go over breakfast. Blooming heck. It’s like a dramatised version of mukbang, telling stories through food and exploring facets of Japanese cuisine through character storylines. I’m assuming each season will focus on different cities, but Tokyo just totally suckered me in because I LOVE Japanese food.

What have you been watching lately?

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