There are so many excellent tv series either returning or being released at the end of May/the start of June and I’m quite excited for them. In my last post, I talked about Stranger Things and although I may not finish watching it in May I won’t talk about it here.
If I’m being completely honest I will have to resist watching Heartstopper for a fifth time next month, it’s becoming a problem at this point. But with so many new things coming I don’t think I’ll have time (was that convincing? I don’t think I even convinced myself).
Pretty Little Liars – Netflix
I know I talked about new releases at the top of this post, but just a few days ago I spent a silly amount of time watching random crap on YouTube which included videos about Pretty Little Liars. They were hilarious and honestly I don’t remember the show being so unhinged.
I watched the series when it first aired, however, I never bothered finishing it. Mostly because it got a bit too ridiculous and also because they split up Hanna and Caleb. I was seriously not happy about that.
Synopsis: The series follows the lives of four teenage girls – Aria, Spencer, Hanna and Emily; four estranged friends whose darkest secrets are about to unravel.
First Kill – Netflix
This looks right up my street. I’ve always been quite the fan of vampire shows and this one looks… interesting. I’ll be honest and say I don’t know much about it other than the short trailer but it looks like it’s either going to be really good or really crap. I’m hoping it’s the first one.
Synopsis: Falling in love is tricky for teens Juliette and Calliope because one’s a vampire and the other’s a vampire hunter — and both are ready to make their first kill.
Love & Gelato – Netflix
I read the book of Love & Gelato years ago and I had no idea it was being adapted. It was pretty good and I think I remember liking it so I’ll probably like the film. I can’t remember just how much romance was in this but it’s for sure going to have cute moments. Plus it’s set in Rome so it will for sure be absolutely stunning visually.
Synopsis: To fulfill her mother’s final wish, Lina spends the summer before college in Rome, where she discovers romance, adventure — and a passion for gelato.
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