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Best Things I've Watched This Month (October)

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Hey yall, It's the end of the month (omg) and this month has been filled with Hulu, so if you don't have it, you should try it because their TV selection is banging (movies are okay). But lets talk about the best things I've watched this month...


TV

The Exorcist
Thriller, Horror

Yes, Exorcist the TV series happened, and you know what? It's not that bad, actually pretty good in fact. If you are a fan of the original film or book, its not necessarily a necessity to watch but if you're into 'horrorish' TV shows (American Horror Story) type stuff then give it a go! You do have to bear with it, but it really is quite gripping!

Its aired on FOX on Friday nights, and available on Hulu (you know I said I've been glued to it!)



The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
News, Comedy, Talk Show


Okay, this type of show is a little different than expected I know, but seriously the best place to go for political commentary. I have watched Trevor do stand up in England and I've w…

photos | South Lamar, Austin

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Best Things I've Watched This Month (September)

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Hey gang,
I'm going to make this a monthly occurrence and tell you about the best things I’ve watched each month. This can range from TV show, movies (new or old), Youtube videos, anything!


I wanted to make this a Youtube series but figured it actually made more sense to put this in writing as then you can watch clips/trailers or whatever while reading. I'm not going to be writing essays about each piece, but give you my opinion and some information on where you can watch it etc. (click the title of the show/film and it will take you to IMDb page)
So let's get started...
TV
Black-ish Comedy


After seeing Tracee Ellis Ross (plays Mum in the show) on a Hollywood Roundtable video earlier this year I have been curious about Black-ish. Tracee intrigued me so much, she talked about so many relevant and important issues. 

The first season, the only season I have watched so far, is focused on Anthony Andersons' (plays Dad in the show) struggle with finding a sense of cultural identity …