NETFLIX: What I'm Watching

March 22, 2017
My favourite thing ever to do is sit in and watch Netflix with a big bag of Doritos (which I can'teat atm because of Lent). Almost a year ago I wrote a post about what I was watching on Netflix and today I thought I would do the same. I love these posts because I am guilty of binge watching (I caught up with Riverdale in one sitting). I am always looking for new things to watch so I always find myself clicking on posts similar to this.

Full House: 
I've wanted to watch Full House FOREVER. I love the 80s because their style was just amazing. I started watching Full House a few weeks ago, and I'm very slowly making my way through it. Each episode is 20 minutes long which, for me, is a perfect length if I'm having breakfast at home, writing or taking blog pictures. I always watched That 70s Show when blogging so this is pretty similar. It's so light hearted and easy to watch but I've actually found myself crying at it more than I'd like to admit. Also, John Stamos is the most beautiful man in the world (but he has a weird belly button don't @ me).

Like I said, I watched Riverdale in one sitting. I literally couldn't stop clicking onto the next episode. It has Pretty Little Liars vibes but I'm enjoying it so much more (even though I invested YEARS into PLL). I love the characters, especially Jughead Jones AKA Cole Sprouse AKA the love of my life. The only thing I don't like about Riverdale is that I have to wait until Friday to watch it which is very unfair because the episodes never seem to be long enough.

Fall in Love with Me:
This is obviously my favourite show at the moment. Everyone knows I'm obsessed with Asia so, of course, I would love Fall in Love with Me. After watching 12 Years Promise, I thought it would be really hard to watch another Asian drama so I chose Fall in Love with Me because it seemed like it would be closer in similarity to Good Morning Call, which I loved because it was funny and light hearted, but Fall in Love with Me is probably more dramatic than 12 Years Promise. It's pretty much about forbidden love, forced marriage and friendship. As I've said before on my blog, if you can look past reading subtitles, I would really recommend watching an Asian drama because they are SO GOOD.

I've also just started watching A Series of Unfortunate Events which I think is going to be really good but I haven't properly got into it yet. I loved the story and I love Neil Patrick Harris so I'm sure I'm going to love it as well. And for anyone interested I've started watching a new anime series, Watamote, which is basically about a girl who thinks she will become popular when she starts High School but who is extremely socially awkward. I love the story but I also love that it references other animes throughout.

What are you currently watching on Netflix?

If you enjoyed this post, why not check out my other similar posts: My All Time Favourite Anime (Films) and Anime: Ouran High School Host Club, or read my last Netflix post here.

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