Six Shows We Are Watching This Month

Reggie Yates Outside Man: Volume 2 – Netflix

Reggie Yates went from kids TV to big people serious TV and he has transitioned well. The first Volume of his documentary series was a big hit when it hit Netflix and now Reggie Yates Outside Man Volume 2 is hitting Netflix this month. Reggie Yates: Extreme Volume One was comprised of Reggie’s insightful visits to journey into South Africa and Russia exploring addiction, gun crime, religion gay rights and many more disconcerting issues. Volume 2 will contain six episodes made up of more recent Reggie Yates documentaries from BBC1 and BBC3.

Obey Giant – Hulu – 11th November

Nearly everyone remembers the famous red, blue and white colour themed ‘HOPE’ poster for Barack Obama we saw during his first presidential campaign. The man behind this artwork is Los Angeles street artist Shepard Fairey. Not only will Shepard be launching a solo exhibition in Los Angeles titled ‘Damaged’, Shepard will also be celebrating the release of his show ‘Obey Giant’ out on Hulu on 11th November.  This one episode will explore the world of underground street art.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Netflix – Out Now

Them females are strong as hell! Well the show is Produced by one bad ass female, Tina Fey. It’s all about Kimmy Schmidt who moves to New York to start a new life after being locked up in a bunker for 15 years. You would expect this story to be full of tears, but it is quite the opposite. There are currently three seasons of this show on Netflix, the first series is great, the second series the humour is a bit cringe, but the third series is our favourite so far, all we can say is after watching Titus Andromedon and his version of Lemonade you will be delighted to know that the show has been renewed for another season.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel – Amazon Prime – 29th November

This show takes us back to the 1950’s where Midge Maisel has it all, a great husband the perfect 2.4 family and the wonderful lifestyle in Manhattan. It all goes pear-shaped when Midge’s husband decides to leave her for his Secretary. Perhaps to cope with the pain and heartache and maybe to occupy her days, Midge resolves to becoming a stand-up comedian much to everyone else’s disagreement.

House of Cards – Netflix – Out Now

House of Cards is coming to an end. Season six due out next year will be the last one for this Emmy-nominated political drama. For clarification this decision has not come as a result of the allegations made against one of its cast members, we understand the decision had already been made prior to the claims being published. House of Cards is a remake of the British version of the series. Incase you have not watched it before, House of Cards is about a husband and wife team who kill, steal and destroy their way to the top of the Oval Office but in a thought-provoking way that leaves you wanting more. Just watch the first season and we guarantee you will be demanding more.

American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story – Amazon Prime – Out Now

Think of him what you may but you cannot deny that Hugh Heffner has a left a legacy that will live on for years. The founder of the Palyboy brand authorised this insightful 10-part documentary into his work which was released before he died. The story of Playboy is told by various insiders of the company, family and friends of Hugh Heffner. The documentary includes footage from Hugh’s personal archives who was closely involved in the making of this documentary. The documentary also addresses the impact the work of Hugh Heffner has had on those closet to him as lavish as his lifestyle might have seemed.