About a month ago I announced this Small Screen Blogathon.
Seventeen lovely people were kind enough to sign up to take part. A range of series and TV films were selected by them to be discussed today.
So without any further ado, let us all gather together around the TV. The sofa and chairs are empty, the snacks and drinks are ready, and the remote control is standing by. What series shall we gather together to watch first?
MovieMovieBlogBlog invites us all to join him to watch the British comedy classic Coupling.
Wolfman’s Cult Film Club has a guest appearance that he’d like us to check out on the Science Fiction series The Invaders.
Join Thoughts All Sorts to watch the Sci-Fi buddy series Almost Human.
We head to Yorkshire with Cinema Essentials, and he shows us how to be a country vet in All Creatures Great and Small.
Bonnywood Manor invites us to join a series dear to his heart called Pushing Daisies.
Moon In Gemini takes us to that mysterious island to review an episode of Lost called The Constant.
Mike’s Take On The Movies changes the channel and invites us to watch two George Kennedy TV films.
The Midnite Drive-In shows us the episode where Mr. Monk met Country legend Willie Nelson in the Monk episode, Mr. Monk Meets The Red-Headed Stranger.
The Humpo Show invites us all to binge watch the boxset of The Office.
Caftan Woman introduces us all to two sleuthing sisters in the criminally little known series The Snoop Sisters.
Vinnieh would love us all to join him to binge watch Season 1 of Victoria.
Sparks From A Combustible Mind would love us to join her in watching the adventures of the master of the little grey cells Poirot.
The Wonderful World Of Cinema invites us to watch a Canadian series that is very dear to her heart Les Filles de Caleb.
Whimsically Classic asks us to join for a lot of laughs watching I Love Lucy.
dbmoviesblog invites us to the terrifying and thought provoking world depicted in The Handmaid’s Tale.
I’d love you to grab some snacks and watch the life of an Edwardian cook who was known as The Duchess Of Duke Street.