Television Updates

Posted in television, watch list by

New season of my favourite series has finally started! I’m so excited to watch Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Elementary again. I also found another series and started watching again some series I had left behind. I may add another series to my watch list based on Velentina’s recommendation. Here they are, the series I’m currently watching, just started watching again, and just added to the watch list.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Have I told you that I’m a huge fan of Marvel? Well, my love for Marvel isn’t as big as mine for Agent Coulson. In this season, he is Director Coulson. And with the Avengers: Age of Ultron coming up, I’m really curious about the future of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the new director. In the first six episodes, this show deals with how S.H.I.E.L.D. struggles to rebuild itself and erase the terrorist label plastered over it. Skye’s father also has made several appearances. I think Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has too many mysteries. Usually, it’s not a good thing for series. (I mean, look at Heroes that got cancelled after four seasons.) Well, either that or I’m just a stubborn girl who wants to know everything right now.


I’m so disappointed with the season premiere of Elementary. The reason why Sherlock is back in New York isn’t appealing for me. The case is very interesting, though. Also, I love Joan’s clothes I want to steal her wardrobe.


I found this series while getting lost in Wikipedia. I decided to give it a try and instantly fell in love with the first season. It’s about a small town in USA that turned upside down (not literally) after several people come back after being dead for years. I got disappointed with the second season’s first episode, though. After all the tension in the first season finale, the resolution that the second season’s first episode gave is very lame. It gets quite boring in the latest episode, but I’m going to keep watching for my curiosity.

Avatar: The Legend of Korra

I’m an avid fan of Avatar: The Last Airbender (the animated series, not the live action), so when I found out about its sequel, I was really excited. I watched the first season and grew to hate the new avatar: a stubborn teenage girl from the Southern Water Tribe. I stopped watching after the first season ended. But when two weeks ago I found out that a) Zuko is still alive, and b) Toph is still alive too!, I decided to give the series another try. Halfway through the second season, I almost gave up once again due to how much I hate Korra, but I kept watching. I must say that the third season is quite good. I am yet to watch the fourth season, but I will.

Downton Abbey

I also gave this period drama another try, and man was I not wrong. The fourth season is as good as the previous ones. I have only watched two episodes, but the whole season is on my (binge) watch list.

How to Get Away with Murder

According to Wikipedia, How to Get Away with Murder is a legal drama. Velentina recommended it to me, but I haven’t started watching. According to her, I’m going to like it because it is similar to Sherlock. I’m not really convinced that anyone can create a series as good as Sherlock, but we shall see.


Bonus point: who’s excited for Marvel’s Agent Carter?

Images via 1/2/3/4/5/6

7 November 2014
Previous Post Next Post

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: