She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (8/10)
We really enjoyed this one. The actors had great chemistry, and the story had a pretty good pace. I can recommend this one for anyone who doesn’t take their funny book characters too seriously.
Locke & Key (8/10)
We recently discovered this show on Netflix and gunned right through it. I wasn’t too sure about it in the beginning, but it quickly piqued my interest. I’m not keen on child leads, but these kids were really good, and it was nice to grow along with them in the three seasons of the show. If there were more seasons or a film-length, we’d be there for it.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (9/10)
Being a fan of the lore that J.R.R. Tolkien crafted, this series was well worth a watch. Even though there were some elements that were a continuation of the world building that the creator had begun I wasn’t sure if I’d enjoy it, but I was surprised. The week-to-week release was fun too. It gave us something to look forward to every Friday. While the second season could be years out, we won’t mind the wait for quality content such as this.
Wheel of Time (9/10)
The Wheel of Time season two is close. I knew nothing about the lore, and it grabbed me, pulling me in. While I am a bit leery about what to expect from this upcoming season, I am ready to see what’s in store for our heroes.
This. This is the show that I am really looking forward to the return of. Witcher isn’t anything that I was interested in. One evening we took a chance on it. The first episode was a bit much, and we left it. Months later we began again and, slowly, we were drawn in. Season three is coming, and a spin-off show has been announced. There is also an animated prequel that is also really good. We are fans of Henry Cavil and enjoy many of the things we see him in.
If you don’t have access to all of these streaming services, there are many ways to circumvent pay walls. I have the above services, so I didn’t have to source them from other places.