Our 2022 TV Night Favorites

I hope you are all ready for a steady week of favorites lists from me! Or a few days, rather. I actually had a lot of fun revisiting what we have watched and read; we apparently also watch more tv series than movies, which I guess makes sense? This list is a combination of new and old shows, some series where we watched multiple seasons in a binge, some where we were just keeping up with a show we have been watching for years. It also includes special little limited series and mini series as well. I also had to laugh – there are two shows on here that I actually didn’t really like at first but then ended up loving.

So, let’s begin, and in no particular order today.

Around the World in 80 Days. I actually was not sure if I liked this at all when we first started watching it – then I fell in love with it. Billy read there are going to be more episodes and I am looking forward to them.

This newest season of Stranger Things was by far the very best. I laughed, I sobbed. I sang along with Kate Bush who was running up that hill. It was awesome!

I’ve said it once and I will say it again – if Bill Nighy is in it, I am watching it. Billy and I loved this series. It kept us guessing and had so many twists and secrets!

I wait very impatiently for new seasons of this show. They just don’t make them fast enough for me I guess! I love the music, the mysteries are always well thought out, the detectives are quirky but just enough quirk without being kooky. It all takes place in the town of Brokenwood, and it is one of those shows where the villagers are recurring characters that pop up in other episodes, which I love. By far one of my very “favoritest” shows we watch!

Henry Cavill. That is all. Well, not really all. There is a lot of kerfuffle about The Witcher right now actually, with Cavill stating that he is not returning to the series for a fourth season. Nooooooooo!!! He 100% makes this show for me. I also want to add that Season 2 Episode 1 was the best episode ever of it and they need more like that one.

This series is one of the best on television, hands down. I loved the books growing up, I watched the old show in syndication as an adult, and now, this new version of the show embodies everything there is to love about James Herriot and the Yorkshire Dales.

This show. I couldn’t stand it at first. Then it grew on me, and I ended up loving it. We watched all million seasons and now we are all caught up and waiting. It is campy, cheesy at times, but as the seasons go on, it gets a little better, and I honestly love all of the characters. This show is a little more lighthearted, and Billy and I also feel we have learned a lot about Canadian history. This show loves to have famous characters from history show up, and we love it. (The HP Lovecraft episode is perfection) Now, if only I could get to Canada before February, so I can see the Murdoch Mysteries exhibition at The Museum.

I can’t think of one thing that I don’t like about this series, except that there are not enough episodes! I could watch this every night. It’s tops of my list to read the Louise Penny books this year.

Unpopular opinion: I love American Ghosts more than the British original. Weird for me, but it is the truth. Partially because Thor and Flower are my favorite characters, and partly because I love Rose McIver. She is so funny, and does some near perfect impressions of people. I mean, half the time her role in iZombie was acting like a different person and she was spot on.

Hello, Grantchester! And Sidney Chambers.. you beautiful angsty broody vicar. This has been our go-to show for the past few weeks and I am going to be super bummed when I run out of these episodes!

What about you all?

13 thoughts on “Our 2022 TV Night Favorites

  1. Hmmm…I thought this season of Stranger Things was very odd. It seemed like they threw everything at it! I loved the British Ghosts. My husband didn’t want to watch the American one…maybe I’ll watch by myself. We loved Wednesday, the Witcher prequel, Sex Education, I Hate Susie, and the Great British Baking Show. This is only the tip of the iceberg, though! I should write things down, but then I’d lose the list!!

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    1. I enjoyed the British Ghosts, but I did like the US version more lol.

      I was a huge Eddie Munson fan. 😭😭 This season reminded me so much of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies which I loved when I was younger. And Robert Englund was in this season of Stranger Things so I think that was on purpose. I can see what you are saying though – everyone was so scattered and there were a lot of different storylines.

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  2. debby9972

    Interesting list of your favorites. I haven’t finished Stranger Things yet. I better go do that. All Creatures Great and Small comes back on January 8th.
    Happy New Year!

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