I just finished watching Secret Love today. I’m surprised that I enjoyed it. After the 3rd episode, I read the finale recap online as I couldn’t contain my curiosity about the ending. I was so close to skipping the episodes and watching the last episode. I’m glad I didn’t push through with the plan and watched all the episodes. [Read more…] about Secret Love
Part-time Idol is the shortest Korean series that I have watched with only five episodes. If you’re looking for a short binge-watch, you can never go wrong with Part-time Idol.
While it’s short, I love the story, how the story progressed and the heart-warming theme of the series. The acting wasn’t too stellar for some of the main characters but it was still believable! Ultimately, Part-time Idol’s good vibe is the main reason why it’s a must-watch. [Read more…] about Part-Time Idol
I just finished watching all thirteen episodes of 13 Reasons Why by Netflix. In all honesty, it still affects me big time! The series is so dark that it consumes you. Don’t get me wrong, 13 Reasons Why is a damn good TV series. One of the best I’ve seen actually. [Read more…] about 13 Reasons Why
I love watching TV series especially those that provides us lessons to follow in real life. Recently, I discovered that there’s actually an Apprentice show for Martha Stewart. Since I’m a huge fan of Martha Stewart, I immediately took some time to binge-watch all the episodes of The Apprentice: Martha Stewart.
I love cooking shows so I tried to find documentaries related to food in Netflix. Among the numerous ones listed, Midnight Diner caught my eye. I’ve never been to Tokyo but I’ve enjoyed eating Japanese food here int he Philippines. It would have been nice to watch Tokyo stories revolving around a food specialty one episode at a time. [Read more…] about Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories
I’m on a roll. Now trying another streaming service, Netflix.
The first show I watched in Netflix is Fannie’s Last Supper, a 55-minute TV documentary produced by the people behind America’s Test Kitchen led by Christopher Kimball. [Read more…] about Fannie’s Last Supper