This summer, TV has become great again. * whines, spins * Here are three shows to watch …
First, I never ever did Season 2 airs on Netflix this Thursday, July 15th. Created by Mindy Kaling, the comedy features a smart, clumsy Indian-American teenager who finds herself juggling two boyfriends. The script is fast and funny and brings back all those stinking high school memories.
This way up Season 2 has just started on Hulu. The first season – in which the Irishman leans on his older sister for twenty years while recovering from a “small petty nervous breakdown” – it meant so much to me personally, as someone who suffers from anxiety and depression. In the second season, Aine goes out with a single dad and thinks of a new company – but things get complicated, of course. I can’t wait to swallow this hilarious, wonderful show and I LOVE both writer / creator / star Aisling Bea and rival Sharon Horgan (from Disaster known!).
And finally, Ted Lasso – a beloved comedy about a radically empathetic American coach who oversees a struggling British football team – on Friday, July 23, begins its second season on Apple TV. All of his quotes are gold, including “Taking ‘on challenge is very similar to horse riding.” If you’re comfortable doing it, you’re probably doing it wrong, “and” Do you know which is the happiest animal on Earth? It’s a goldfish. You know why? I have ten seconds of memory. Be a goldfish, Sam, “and” Hey, hey , hey! If we see each other in dreams. Let’s make a little joke, pretend we don’t know each other. “And” Roy, I learned two pretty big lessons on the rough and overturned playgrounds of Bookridge Elementary School. First, if little Ronnie Fouch offers you candy, you say no right away and get out of here because there’s a good chance the son of a gun got stuck in Butterfinger’s wrapper.No one has ever seen him do that but a few people have eaten it.Secondly, the teacher tells the bully not to despise anyone, that it will only get worse. “
What have you been watching these days? Any recommendations?