• Nailed It on Netflix Really Into This Blog Jacques Torres Nicole Byer
    Amazon,  Baking,  Netflix,  Recipes,  Sarah Slusher

    Nailed It on Netflix

    Nailed It on Netflix Released March 9, 2018 About Nailed It: Home bakers with a terrible track record take a crack at re-creating edible masterpieces for a $10,000 prize. It’s part reality contest, part hot mess. The show stars Nicole Byer as host & Jacques Torres as the head judge. Each 30-minute episode features a guest judge as well as two baking challenges. If you’re not watching Nailed It on Netflix, what are you waiting for? Fresh off Season 15 of Top Chef, I am in desperate need of a new food competition series. Nailed It is just what I need. The show is funny, heartwarming & you’ll learn a thing…

  • Bailey Gilbeaux,  Netflix,  TV & Movies

    Reign

    All Hail Queen Mary! I am completely and totally obsessed with Reign, an original CW show, but I discovered it via Netflix. This drama is filled with romance, battles, murder, revenge, and a little comedy. There are so many twists and turns throughout the show that it will have your mind reeling! I finally finished watching and I am heartbroken over the thought of a Reign-less life. I need it and I love it, but sadly the CW was only able to do four seasons. So, to reminisce on my love for Reign, here are five reasons why YOU should be obsessed as well: 1. Ruthless and Fearless Queens: Mary…

  • Cable,  Netflix,  TV & Movies

    Supernatural

    Super monsters, super nice car, super hot guys. That’s Supernatural (filmed in Vancouver) and what more could you ask for? The CW’s hit show about evil-hunting brothers has been hot and non-stop since 2005…12 years strong and I’m still loving it. I discovered Supernatural in 8th grade courtesy of my bestie, Meg, who had season 1 on DVD. I never got past the first episode so I always knew how the story began, and over the next several years I would watch random episodes as they came on TV. A year and a half ago I decided I wanted to watch EVERY SINGLE EPISODE, and I began my Netflix journey.…

  • Archie Comics Riverdale Really Into This
    Bailey Gilbeaux,  Netflix,  Network,  Sarah Slusher,  TV & Movies

    Riverdale

    Season 2 of Riverdale airs October 11th, 2017 on The CW Riverdale is an American teen drama show that’s based on the characters from Archie Comics. Riverdale‘s first season consists of 13 episodes & it premiered January 26, 2017. Why are We Really Into Riverdale? Sarah: Teen Vogue is obsessed with Riverdale. I’m serious. I get their e-mail updates & at least 1/3 of them are about Riverdale. Tired of missing out on the party, I jumped into Riverdale a few weeks ago. I was hooked from the first episode. Riverdale is a cross between Veronica Mars & Gossip Girl, but with the characters we know & kind of remember from the Archie…

  • Cable,  Sarah Slusher,  TV & Movies

    RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9

    RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9 Friday nights on VH1 SCROLL DOWN FOR WEEKLY UPDATES Y’all know that I am Really Into drag queens. I LIVE for RuPaul’s Drag Race & you should too! These queens are creative, funny as hell, stunningly beautiful, dedicated to their art form, unique & overall hero material. Drag Race historically aired on Logo, but this year it’s switching to VH1. I love that because I remember watching RuPaul’s talk show on VH1. It’s where I was first introduced to a male quintet named the Backstreet Boys. RuPaul is such a trailblazer. I remember watching Ru’s talk show as a 13 year old & not really knowing…

  • Netflix,  Sarah Slusher,  TV & Movies

    The Crown

    The Crown Released November 4, 2016 on Netflix Season 2 released December 8, 2017 The Crown on Netflix I know I am Really Into a show when I forsake my precious sleep for it, & The Crown on Netflix is definitely a show I am Really Into. Multiple friends tell me it is amazing, but it’s a hard show to watch when I’ve got 2 small children running around. My binge goal for Christmas was The Crown & WOW! Be still my heart. The show is originally based on a play, “The Audience” & it’s devoted to the early years of Queen Elizabeth’s reign. According to Vanity Fair, the show cost over…

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