But as the weather is VERY cold (well, down here), you may just want to lay back on the sofa and watch some TV curled up with a hot choccie…So, today I’m going to tell you what I’ve been enjoying watching recently!
1. Miranda: BBC One
This is probably the funniest TV show I have ever watched. FACT. She’s hilarious, and it just shows her everyday life, and her just messing about with her friends and family!
2. M.I. High: CBBC
I know I may be a bit too old for this, as this is quite childish, but I’ve grown up with this, and I still find it so enjoyable, just to watch teenagers be spies!
3. Pramface: BBC Three
This is a very funny comedy about a girl and boy who struggle with parenthood. It’s actually very funny, and it’s just a nice thing to watch whilst you’re lounging about doing your nails!
4. Death in Paradise: BBC One
This is a just funny crime drama, where a detective inspector gets landed on an island to investigate crimes that happen there. Lots of twists and turns keep you on edge throughout!
5. The Big Band Theory: Channel 4 (Original channel: CBS)
This is so hilarious…I highly recommend it! It’s a very funny comedy about a group of guys who are all friends. They’re all very clever, and the geekiness of this American show adds a cute little touch.
6. Silent Witness: BBC One
This is quite a dramatic thrill of a programme. It’s about crimes and how they’re investigated and solved. This is quite full on, and some scenes aren’t appropriate for some age groups. It’s a very gripping show, but is sometimes hard to follow. It’s an hour long, so is able to bore you quite a bit if you’re not totally following the story…but I actually love this programme as a whole, and it’s very clever and carefully written.
7. The Dumping Ground: CBBC
This is another show that I’m probably a bit too old for, but yet again, Tracy Beaker was a show I grew up with, and I loved reading the stories, so I just HAVE to watch this show! It just brings back memories, and although Tracy Beaker (played by Dani Harmer) isn’t in this show, I still enjoy it very much, as you get to see how the kids handle their life together, and you also get to see a bit of comedy here and there, and of course, lots of drama!
8. Ripper Street: BBC One
This is also a very dramatic, gripping show, but also quite hard to follow in some cases, and is also an hour long, like Silent Witness. I find it’s a bit like Sherlock Holmes in some ways (which i lovelovelove), as the music, history and the detectives seem quite similar, but this is not a programme suitable for some younger children. It’s very full on, but very good and great to watch!