Hello My Lovelies,
I hope you’re all doing well. It’s nice to finally say that I’m in a pretty good place at the moment, even if it is still 76 days until I see Jay.
I’m throwing myself into my blog and I have so many exciting posts planned!
Today I thought I would do another TV/Film post, as you all know its what I spend at least 85% of my time doing.
Now I don’t know about you but there are certain programmes that I consider ‘cozy’. I know a lot of you are going to be saying that I have finally lost my marbles and I don’t blame you!
A cozy programme to me is a series that gives you all the feels and there’s normally a theme throughout the series, like family or friendship. I’ve only got a few cozy programmes that I’ve found so far and I know there’s some of you out there who will have different suggestions, which I would love to hear in the comments, as you know I watch way too much TV and I would be happy to oblige in order to provide my opinion.
Please tell me what is better than being curled up in some cozy pyjamas, sitting next to the fire with a hot chocolate in your hand…
Obviously, when you watch as much TV as me you need a good quality widescreen TV! The Oled TV Panasonic is definitely calling my name this year!
Anyway, as much as I can ramble on about my unhealthy OBSESSION with TV & Film, I should probably jump straight into this post.
First of if you haven’t watched Gilmore Girls please start watching it! It’s one of the perfect programmes to watch at this time of year. Since I discovered it and watched it for the first time I have rewatched the season at least 3 times over.
Now as I said I think the main reason Gilmore Girls is a cozy programme is that it shows the bond between a mother and a daughter, as well as an amazing sense of community.
Lorelai & Rory live in a small little town called Stars Hollow where everyone seems to knows everyone, they’ve lived there since Lorelai moved away from home when she got pregnant with Rory and it follows Lorelai being a mother, what I would say a handful of failed relationships and a forever growing bond with her own mother Emily, I think.
For Rory, it’s more just following her journey from a mainstream school all the way to Yale, her first experiences and of course a couple of boyfriends along the way.
Along with the mother and daughter duo, there are many other big characters that the series follows, but I think I’m going to leave that for you guys to find out!
For anyone wondering I’m Team Jess all the way, if you know you know!
Boy Meets World
I would say that the main theme of Boy Meets World is definitely friendship & the story of your first true love. The series follows Cory Matthews on his journey from sixth grade to his college years. He’s accompanied by his unlikely best friend Shawn, his first true love Topanga and constant advise from his teacher & next door neighbour Mr Feeny.
(I need my own Mr Feeny)
You see the friendship between Cory & Shawn turn into a brotherly bond rather than just a friendship, Shawn has always been labelled the bad kid whose parents aren’t really around, who has to look after himself but Cory & his family accept him with open arms … with a few blips along the way!
Full House is a recent find of mine which I will constantly rewatch, Family is the main theme and you can see this as soon as you start watching the series!
DJ, Stephanie & Michelle lost their mum at a young age and are now cared for by their dad Danny along with roommates: brother in law Jessie and his best friend Joey, who help with raising the girls. Along the way, the family starts to grow and you follow everyone’s individual stories which are so special in every way!
I hope you enjoyed the post today & if you have any other suggestions for me, please let me know!
Stay Weird … X
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