The above linked article is another review of The Watch, which be premiering on January 3.
I plan to watch it when I get a chance. The DVR is set.
The above linked article tells more about Nathan Tan, a local artist who I met at the opening of Keith’s Chicken and Waffles, which is owned by a friend. Nate did the art for Keith’s, and my daughter, an art major, recognized the artist.
Nate also designed masks and put them up for sale on his website. I got some when they were avaliable. They are beautiful and worth checking out. His website for the masks is located at https://www.shopnewskool.com/accessories. He has many other items available there, too.
I’m glad that the article was written about him. He’s started a children’s show on online TV, which is linked in the article. It’s designed for the kids whose parents lack the creativity or skill to teach them art at home while we are still in the pandemic. I hope it goes far.
The above linked article is a review on the series, The Watch. It’s based on Terry Pratchett’s writings. I haven’t read very many of them, but I’ve enjoyed what I’ve read so far. It sounds like the reviewer isn’t so fond of the series, but I plan on watching it anyhow.
The series beginning is on BBC America January 3.
I started watching this series after I got multiple recommendations from various sources. I sat down and watched the first episode. It had a lot going on, and I wasn’t too sure that I was going to like the series. I gave the second episode a shot, because I figured that there are so many people watching it and recommending it, it must be good. I was hooked at the second episode.
I have just started the third season, after loving seasons one and two. I love how each episode has a different main character, and the story flows from his or her point of view.
There is still a lot going on and there are a lot of characters to keep track of, but it is definitely worth watching. The little mysteries that come up every season are worth it, and mostly not silly. They aren’t like Scooby Doo type mysteries, but they keep your attention while you are trying to figure them out.
The series is well worth watching!
Here’s another card from Theclockworkbook. The top card is the blank one. The bottom one shows the books I have read with brown X’s, the books I want to read and have with orange, and the ones I want to read but don’t have are in pink. I have more of these books than I thought I had. I guess I need to start reading them.
Fifty years ago yesterday, according to the above linked article, Sesame Street debuted Rubber Ducky. It’s still a song that everyone seems to know. What would we do without this catchy tune working its way into our brains on occasion? Happy anniversary!
I watched the recent Amazon Prime series, Modern Love. The above linked article has 25 essays related to the show, written by various authors.
I loved the series and I hope they do more episodes, but the final one pretty much tied it up. A girl can hope, though, right?
The 21st season of Big Brother started this week. I missed the first day, though. I couldn’t be bothered to look it up on demand. I am sure I can catch up quickly.
I don’t really watch reality shows, but I’ve watched this one since my oldest child was only a few months old.
There are already different games this season. I haven’t heard any new rules, but I’m sure there will be some. I’m sure there will be several twists and surprises this season. I look forward to them.
I am excited for a new season, even though it takes up several hours a week. I can read during commercials.