Holy shit the fight scenes in Gangs of London are amazing! It is like Old Boy.
Is it worth watching despite the violence (which I usually like anyway)? I started it and found the first scene interesting, but shut it off as soon as they pulled the old "one week earlier". I HATE when shows start at the end and then use the rest of the episode to explain how they got there.
Snowpiercer is back for a second season!!! I know it is completely stupid, but still, I have the biggest crush on Jennifer Connolly and it does sort of feel like we've been on a post-apocalyptic train for the last year.
Also, there is this Swedish Sci Fi show called White Wall that I started watching about some miners who discover a White Wall underground. That's pretty much the plot. I haven't got to the part where they reveal who made it yet. I hope it's not Bob Vila.
I am really liking Warrior, that Bruce Lee project. I just like the way it looks: the color grading, the shot angles, the way each shot is composed and lit. It's also fun to watch too. Going to find out who the DP is and find more of their work to study. Now that I am making tiny moves for Insta for the cannabis jewelry stuff it helps to find out how other DPs are create those nice moody shots.
I'm really enjoying Ted Lasso with Jason Suedekis - it's a very wholesome in a non-condescending or patronizing way and a fantastic showcase of Suedeikis's acting, which was touched on in the movie Colossal.
I really hope this opens a lot more doors for Suedekis - he's an unbelievably underrated actor who really has evolved since his days on SNL.
I also really hope the show serves as a catalyst towards a new trend themewise in our media landscape.