Netflix has been treating me well recently with several new additions to their catalogue that all went straight onto my 'to-watch' list. Kicking off with the second season of Bates Motel (just as brilliant as season 1), followed by new comedy show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (with it's unique premise that's a whole lot of fun to watch) and both the third & fourth seasons of Once Upon A Time (honestly just as confusing as ever!).
Of course I've also been keeping up with new episodes of Pretty Little Liars every week, as well as re-watching some of the earlier season five episodes in search of clues. Side note: how is it that almost all of the Big A theories still make sense?! I could spend this whole post talking round in circles about all of the clues, red herrings, big A suspects etc but I'm sure I'd only end up confusing myself even more! Needless to say I'm very much looking forward to the watching the season finale this week - if you have any Big A theories I'd love to hear them!
Over the last couple of weeks I've been catching up on some review books including Rumors (A C Arthur), We All Looked Up (Tommy Wallach), The Jewelry Recipe Book (Nancy Soriano) and an Edward Scissorhands graphic novel (Kate Leth & Drew Rausch) - keep an eye out for reviews coming soon! I'm currently reading Prodigy, the second novel in Marie Lu's popular YA trilogy and am enjoying it so far.
Although I've never been a big podcast listener in the past recently I've found two new favourites that have made walking home from work a little more fun. Back when LOST & Dexter were in their final seasons I used to listen to the weekly wrap up podcasts and really enjoyed hearing all of the theories, clues and interviews. With the fifth season of Pretty Little Liars about to come to an end the #BigAReveal drama has definitely got me on the look out for any hidden clues so I've been catching up on the After Buzz Pretty Little Liars After Show podcast (also available to watch on YouTube) to hear all of the team's theories.
I've also been enjoying listening to comedian April Richardson's Go Bayside! a Saved By The Bell podcast. Each episode April invites a different guest to watch an episode of the show with her which they then discuss (or rather, often rip to shreds) on the podcast. I was a big fan of Saved By The Bell growing up - if you were too you'll probably love Go Bayside!
What have you been watching, reading & listening to lately?