Gen Lib’s Iso Top 5: Most Binge-Worthy Shows

- April 17, 2020

Stuck in Iso? Don’t worry! The Generation Liberty Campus Coordinators have you covered! Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be sharing their top tips for getting through the lockdown. First up is Criostoir McCaughan from Campion College with…
The Top 5 most binge-worthy TV shows for Iso (Tell us what you think in the comments)

1. Person of Interest:

The number one tv show in the U.S when it aired, I love the moral fortitude of ex CIA operative John Reese and his reclusive IT billionaire friend Harold Finch as they are aided by AI technology to prevent potential victims of crime. The show raises many moral questions, is rich in character development, has intricate and sophisticated plot lines that’ll leave you glued to your seat bingeing episode after episode.

2. Game of Thrones:

This I picked up in Isolation! I’m up to season 3 and am thoroughly enjoying it. Amidst the gripping storyline, high impact violence and the incessant exhibitionism of naturist individuals, I found the saving grace of this show to be the redemptive qualities of characters that persevere through a sea of power, corruption, deception and betrayal in order to bring about good outcomes.

3. Suits:

I love law drama and this award winning show surpasses all. My favourite seasons will always be Season One and Two because each episode was a new case of gripping legal battles that highlight the complementary talents of Harvey Specter and Mike Ross. There’s so much to love about this show but I recommend skipping past Season 3.

4. Bodyguard:

Wow. The first ten minutes of episode one had me hooked for the rest of the season. GOT star Richard Madden stars as a former Marine soldier who is now a bodyguard for the Secretary of Defence in the British Government. If you’re like me and love a good fusion of action and drama, this show’s for you. You find yourself immersed in political drama at the highest level coupled with some solid action.

5. And finally, Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares!

My favourite show to watch when I just don’t want to think. I love food and I love drama. Gordon Ramsay provides my daily dose of rage quits and regard for a “rustic” standard of food and restaurant quality. I could watch these episodes for days. Is it bad that I torture myself watching these when I’m starving? Probably the best time if you wanna get hooked on this culinary hit classic.

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