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I love The Good Witch too but agree it has to be in small doses.

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On iPlayer but I’ve been sucked into
Dublin Murders after seeing someone recommend it on Instagram. I think it was on tv last autumn but it completely passed me by and it’s a gem!

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I really wanted to like Dublin Murders but Adam looked far too much like my ex so I just read the synopses of the books on Wikipedia.

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Pip! Adam’s pretty :flirt:

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I know, it was disconcerting.

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I have finished Cheer. I loved it! Felt so tense for the finale! Ugh.

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I did too! I really enjoyed the back stories which I didn't get much of a sense of from the first episode. I'm glad I carried on watching.

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I'm most of the way through Sabrina part 3, but I'm not feeling it as much as the previous ones. Not sure why but it doesn't hold my attention that well.

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I persevered with Cheer and predictably loved it. Also, if anyone was worried, Lexi is back on the team.

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I started following the Cheer lot on instagram to keep up with what is happening. :lol:

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Same. :))

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I’m not on Instagram but I did disappear down a Google rabbit hole afterwards!

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We are halfway through October Faction at the moment and really enjoying it - about a couple who are monster hunters but have to hide it from everyone.

A bit late but I’ve just finished all the iZombie series - such a lovely good natured program with a great Brit in it!

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Hobbes wrote:
Tue Jan 28, 2020 10:58 am
We are halfway through October Faction at the moment and really enjoying it - about a couple who are monster hunters but have to hide it from everyone.
We're watching this too. I think we'll have it finished tonight. I"m surprised how much I've enjoyed it

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emma_p wrote:
Thu Jan 23, 2020 11:09 pm
On iPlayer but I’ve been sucked into
Dublin Murders after seeing someone recommend it on Instagram. I think it was on tv last autumn but it completely passed me by and it’s a gem!
Dublin Murders is brilliant.

I'm having a lovely time watching Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing. It's so sweet and gentle.

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I find that really relaxing even though I hate fishing!

I watched Red Joan yesterday. I thought some of the acting was a bit ropey but I enjoyed it.

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I'm a few episodes into Next in Fashion and enjoying it. It's Project Runway but slightly more polished outfits (so far).

Alexa is growing on me plus Tan :love:

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Ooh I want to watch that, thanks for the reminder. Handily Mr S is away quite a lot over the next couple of weeks so I need things I can watch without cheating on him :)).

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I'm saving this for a Sunday afternoon treat!

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I'm really enjoying Cheer but I can't help feeling it is hardly going to prepare them for later life. I feel sorry for them too, they shouldn't be this injured at such a young age. And Gabi's parents are horrors. The poor kid.

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