Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!
A few weeks ago, the 6-episode first season of British zombie comedy series Zomboat! premiered on ITV2 in the UK, but today Hulu takes the series stateside. There’s a sudden zombie outbreak in Birmingham, but sisters Kat (Leah Brotherhead, White Gold) and Jo (Cara Theobold, Absentia) have a plan to survive: head to an island, because zombies can’t swim! Kat believes that her extensive knowledge of zombie films and TV shows and experience at killing zombies in video games is going to help them. However, she quickly realizes that killing a zombie in person is a lot different and that these zombies don’t seem to follow the same rules set forth in TV shows and movies. The two plan to steal Jo’s ex’s narrowboat and sail down the canal to London and then find a nice island to settle on. But as they take off, the sisters discover two stowaways aboard the ship – buddies Sunny (Hamza Jeetooa, Doctor Who) and Amar (Ryan McKen, Bancroft), who were at a stag party during the outbreak.
I checked out the first two episodes of the series and found it to be a fun, dumb show that made me laugh. The characters are all a bit self-absorbed and aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed – though let’s hope they find some if they are to have any hopes of surviving. You wouldn’t think the series could do much with a boat slowly floating down a canal, but so far the writers have found reasons for these characters to make excursions back to the land where the zombies are roaming – whether it be for supplies, to pick up a friend, or something else. The zombies also don’t act the way that you’d traditionally expect them to, so there are some fun surprises. The episodes are only 22 minutes long and have built-in ad breaks, so it’s a light, fun zombie show that doesn’t involve a huge time commitment, and it’s perfect for this Halloween season.
Check out the entire first season now on Hulu!
I’ll also be watching/recording American Housewife, Fresh Off the Boat, 20/20, The Blacklist, and Van Helsing.
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This season of Charmed has been strange to say the least – not necessarily a bad thing, but an adventure for sure. First the sisters were attacked by a demon that can shapeshift, and they ended up jumping through a portal which took them to an elders emergency hideout. Unfortunately, this portal stripped them of their powers so they could hide from the demon. Now they are stranded in Seattle with no powers and are tasked with trying to save witches before they are all killed by demons. I’m not sure how I feel about this situation, because in this reality, their family and friends think they died in a house fire. How sad for them. I’d just like to see this story wrapped up so we can have more fun episodes like last season.
On tonight’s episode, “Careful What You Witch For,” while Mel and Harry try to crack the Book of Elders, Macy struggles with the good and bad aspects of her demon side. Maggie competes with Jordan for a promotion. Macy ventures out alone and meets an injured and terrified witch named Abigael. Mel and Harry visit another dimension.
To see how these three fight to find their way back, tune in to The CW at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, and Magnum PI.