Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!
Overnight last night was the complete first season premiere of V Wars on Netflix. Ian Somerhalder (Vampire Diaries) stars as Luther Swann, a doctor who is pitted against his best friend (played by Adrian Holmes, True Justice), Fayne, after an ancient disease turns people into vampires. From the comics by Jonathan Maberry and Alan Robinson. It also stars Laura Vandervoort (Bitten, Smallville, Lisa), Peter Outerbridge (Happy Town), Jacky Lai, Kimberly-Sue Murray, & Kyle Breitkopf.
I love Ian Somerhalder and Laura Vandervoort, and I love the premise. So I’m hoping this will be a fun one to watch. Fun and dramatic with lots of action and hopefully some good adult fun. *laugh*
Check out the entire first season of V Wars now on Netflix.
I’ll also be watching Home for Christmas, The Unicorn, Santa’s Baking Blizzard, Evil, & Making It.
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Today, Netflix has released the third installment of its popular A Christmas Prince holiday film franchise. In the original movie, American magazine journalist Amber Moore (Rose McIver, iZombie) headed to the nation of Aldovia to cover the story of playboy Prince Richard (Ben Lamb, The White Queen), who was set to take the throne following his father’s death. She posed as the new tutor in order to get close to the prince, but instead of digging up dirt, she fell in love. All of her deceit was forgiven, and in last year’s sequel, Amber and Richard tied the knot in a royal Christmas wedding, while also diverting a political crisis that threatened the future of the kingdom.
As the song goes, first comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Amber pushing a baby carriage. That’s right… In this year’s third installment, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby, it’s once again Christmastime, and a baby is on the way for the royal couple. However, not everything is going to go smoothly – the kingdom faces yet another crisis. Royals from a faraway kingdom have arrived in Aldovia to renew their ancient truce, but when the 600-year-old treaty between the kingdoms goes missing, not only is peace threatened, but now an ancient curse also threatens the future of the royal family. Will Amber and Richard be able to restore peace, break the ancient curse, and welcome their newest family member? (I haven’t even seen the film yet, and I know the answer is “Of course!”)
I always enjoy these fun holiday TV movies, and this franchise in particular, so I’m looking forward to checking out this latest installment tonight.
I’ll also be watching/recording V Wars, Same Time, Next Christmas, Young Sheldon, The Unicorn, Carol’s Second Act, Evil, Making It, and Chrisley Knows Best.