13/01/2016
In case you need an alternative to Making a Murderer.

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Fashion Journal

For all y'all who have finished Making a Murderer - or, alternatively, are avoiding it like the plague - recommendations for good TV shows are few and far between.

So we asked around the FJ office to find out what everyone is binge watching at the moment. Because you can only have so much Avery in your life.

Leah
Dance Moms. ‘Cos adults being mean to children is hilarious. 

Tom
FARGO A HUNDRED TIMES

Keats
I recently signed up to Stan, which is a great Netflix alternative, and an organisation I'm really excited to be involved with. I was watching Game of Thrones and Cartel Land, but neither of those are available on Stan, so I'll have to find something else to watch.

Veronica
Kardashians, because watching Kim K ugly kry will never get old.

Luke
Fargo Season 2. It’s worth watching for Kirsten Dunst alone, who plays one of the most interesting female characters currently on TV. And there’s lots of snow and blood. Who doesn’t like that combination?

Kris
Just finished Master Of None. Bloody great. Quirky, funny and sometimes just downright touching. Lines like “this interaction is over” marking the end of an awkward conversation between Dev and another character reminded me of Furst Media water cooler chat. Currently on the hunt for something else to binge on in between re-watching The Lord of The Rings (extended edition) and 5-10 NBA games per week. Suggestions unwelcome. 

Giulia
Silk. I'm only two eps in but any courtroom drama has my heart.

Michael
Any crime/mystery/thriller shows really get the juices flowing. I’ve just finished Narcos and The Jinx, and Making a Murderer is next on the list. 

Rob
Narcos. What’s not to like? Violence, sex, corruption, drugs, hollywood production values but in gritty unhomogenised original Spanish - and it's all true!

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