There are so many good television shows to watch just now. From Scandal to Grey’s Anatomy to the weird but captivating Stranger Things, TV has never been so exciting. If you are looking for something extra to watch, do not miss the chance to catch up on the seven shows we have featured this week, some of which have ended but are still available to watch.
Switched at Birth was a favourite of ours at Panorama and if you haven’t watched it yet you really should. The family drama, which ended this year after five seasons, won many awards and a legion of loyal fans. The story centres around two girls who were, yes you guessed it, switched at birth. Since one of the girls was deaf, the show raised a lot of awareness about deaf culture and also featured many deaf actors.
Starting in the 80s and taking place over a decade, Halt and
Catch Fire has just wrapped up its fourth season. The period drama centres around the early days of personal computing and the growth of the World Wide Web. Featuring Lee Pace and Scoot Mcnairy, the show received positive reviews from critics and has been nominated for a number of awards including Best Drama Series at the Satellite Awards in 2015.
In other news, Lewis Hamilton has won the world championship for the fourth time after the Mexican Grand Prix. Despite ending up in ninth place and colliding with Sebastian Vettel on the opening lap, the British driver gained enough points to clinch the title. Next will be the Brazilian Grand Prix and then the final, which will take place in Abu Dhabi on Nov.26.
Vanessa Marano and Katie Leclerc.