What I Watched on TV in November
I'm a bit lighter on TV this month now that I've gotten time to go to the theater more. Here are my quick thoughts.
The White Lotus - I feel like EVERYONE on this show, minus horny grandpa could be a murderer. I'm still not loving this season, but I am looking forward to seeing where it goes.
Andor - This was a massive success in my house. I looked forward to it every week. I had such low expectations for this show going in and they knocked it out of the park. I can't wait for the second season.
Atlanta - This was their final season and while it was a bit all over the place, I'm glad they ended with the focus on the main four and didn't do as many side stories. This show is definitely not perfect, but I appreciate it so much.
The Resort - I watched about 4 episodes of this show before I just skipped to the last one to hear the catch. This should've been a movie, not an 8 episode TV series, they didn't have nearly enough story to fill those gaps.
A Friend of the Family - I'm not sure that anyone asked for a dramatic version of the events in the popular documentary Abducted in Plain Sight, but here my clown ass is watching it and finishing it in about 2 days. The actors, especially Jake Lacy were tremendous and the real life Jan has a small role as a therapist. After what she went through, I fully support her making a shit ton of money off what happened and her abuser's name continuously dragged through the mud.
The Crown - I'm only 2 episodes in to this new season and honestly I don't even feel like finishing it. Last season was so good and this just didn't grab me. I know I'll finish it, I just don't know when.
Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special - This was so stupid and fun and there wasn't a lot of Chris Pratt. A win for all involved. Bless you, Kevin Bacon.