Five "Late to the Game" TV Discoveries

I was very excited when +Female Geek Bloggers posted that today's #5FandomFriday topic would be your five favorite "Late to the Game" TV Discoveries!  As a full-time working mom, I feel like my current trend is to be late to the pop-culture party.  So, to those of you who are able to keep up with pop-culture, this is your time to laugh at what I'm just getting to.  For those other moms who have had that TV show on cue in Netflix a little too long, here are my recommendations (good and bad):

credit: The Nerdie Girle




1) Making A Murderer (Netflix)
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Don't tell A2-D2, but I'm not into this yet.  It is going very slow for me.  Granted I'm only 3 or 4 episodes in, but I don't find myself dying to come back like I thought I would after reading reviews, hearing friends talk, and seeing how many conspiracy theories broke after this series.  If you watch(ed) this, please tell me if you think I should continue through.  Please tell me it becomes more interesting!!



2) Criminal Minds (Netflix)
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I was introduced to this by (one of) my mother-in-law when she and Drew's dad came for a visit.  They were having a TV marathon of it, and after two episodes, I had to start at the beginning.  I'm unashamedly on Team Spencer! For those who haven't watched, Spencer Reid is an FBI profiler who holds doctorates in multiple fields. I think intelligence is sexy and Dr. Reid is no different! This is my guilty pleasure - Cop show + handsome man!!

3) iZombie (Netflix)
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This seems to be a very underrated show, but I must admit that the CW hasn't failed me yet on nerdy/supernatural dramas.  After becoming a zombie, Liv takes her medical degree (and appetite) to the coroner's office.  She helps solve crimes while dealing with the strife of zombie life.





4) Doctor Who
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Don't worry, I'm not super "far behind" on this, but I remember being about 5-6 years after the 2009 reboot before I ever watched an episode.  This fandom heled me start talking about fandoms again from an analytical point - why this character choice, what did that symbol mean, etc.  It was a rekindling of my nerdiness, and I would be remiss to not mention it!





5) Star Trek: Enterprise (Netflix)
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Last year, during May the 4th celebrations, I decided to celebrate by watching the entire Star Trek fandom in chronological order (I'm not done...).  That meant starting with a spinoff that I'd never given much credit to.  Star Trek: Enterprise.  The series focuses on how starfleet began and the development of the prime directive.  If you enjoy Scott Bakula, this is definately worth a try!









I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and check back in with us on Monday for an Art/History lesson from A2-D2!



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1 comment:

  1. I love Criminal Minds! Spencer is my favorite too. He's just too adorable.

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