TV time can be quite limited when you have a busy schedule, but there is nothing like finding a few short hours within the week to sit down and do absolutely nothing. Problem is when you are so far removed the the world of television, it’s hard to know what you should spend those precious hours watching. Let us help you with that! Here are the shows we are watching this month.
When I tell you that our TV has been sitting on the Viceland channel for months now, I am not exaggerating! Aaron and I are pretty much obsessed with the network and watch about every show they air. I have especially been fond of States of Undress (see more here) and this show, Woman. Host and producer, Gloria Steinem, has been an icon of mine for years. Her work as a writer and activist has profoundly impacted people (especially women) around the Globe and this show is a true expression of that. Personally, I have been moved on many levels by the stories told on the show and I have learned a great amount on how woman and their role in society can impact many facets of life. Be sure to bring a box of tissues to the couch; it’s very likely you will need them!
To learn more about Gloria and her work around the World, visit her website.
One little known fact about me is that I have always been fascinated with real estate. From interior decorating to the architecture of a building, I have always been in awe of the design elements of commercial and residential properties. Naturally I have taken a liking to the Million Dollar Listing series on Bravo and the NYC cast has become my favorite to watch. I love seeing all of the homes that they sell, some of which are still in the building process. I also enjoy (most) of the cast and how their personalities gel together, not to mention the jaw dropping commissions these guys make. Not into the city living? You can also check out the Los Angeles cast.
You may have heard a thing or two about the 30 For 30 Documentary that ESPN aired for OJ: Made in America. Everyone has been talking about it and while I have not yet finished the series, I can see why there is so much hype surrounding this. You might think that the OJ story has been told a million times over, but the detail and the discussions that ESPN presents is incredibly captivating. I did not think I would be into the show, but once Aaron turned it on, I couldn’t look away. I look forward to finishing the series this upcoming month (thank you, DVR).
Aaron and I consider ourselves foodies and it’s because of this we are such big fans of the Food Network. We may not watch every show they have, but The Kitchen is a weekly staple in our home. We really enjoy the mashup of hosts on the show and love how the show brings you the comfort of a normal talk show with the education of a cooking tutorial. Even though I already consider Aaron chef material, I think we have both learned a lot about cooking techniques and different foods to try from the show. It’s great to watch over brunch on the weekends.
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