The Television Shows You Should Make Time For This Week

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Season 7 Of 'Game Of Thrones' May Be Delayed


There are lots of television shows out there and it can be mentally draining and tasking knowing which ones you should make out time to watch. You don’t have to drain yourself as the contender for the best television show, Game of Thrones is back with a bang.

Even as you may want to consider spending an hour of your time watching an episode of the medieval and fantasy world of Game of Thrones, there are a number of interesting television shows you can also spend your time watching this week.

Game of Thrones

Season 7 Of 'Game Of Thrones' May Be Delayed
Season 7 Of ‘Game Of Thrones’ May Be Delayed

With the return of Game of Thrones on the 17th of July, this month and the next is a big one for lovers of hairy, priapic men, intricate political machinations and spectacular violence that characterises the world of George RR Martin’s as the television show returns for its seventh season.

A lot is to be expected ad Jon Snow rallies the northern houses together for a showdown with the White walkers and the recently crowned Cersei Lannister, who also has the Dragon Queen, Daenerys to contend with.


Ozark TV show
Jason Bateman stars as financial planner (Marty Byrde) and Laura Linney stars as his wife and both are forced to hastily relocate their family to the back of beyond after falling out of favour with the wrong people. They are also in a struggle to pay off a debt to a Mexican drug lord.

The show offers a lot of fun to viewers and can sure help you drive boredom away this week.

The Loch

Also known as Loch Ness is a six-part British television drama series, created by screenwriter Stephen Brady. The television show follows the DS Annie Redford (Laura Fraser), a small town police officer with the Scottish Highland Police as she investigates the murder of piano teacher Niall Swift, who is found dead at the bottom of a cliff in the picturesque village of Lochnafoy, Loch Ness.
This show is for you if you’re interested in a twisty and occasionally twisted drama that follows great detective work to catching a serial killer.

To the Bone

To the bone TV show
This Netflix original drama stars stars Lily Collins, Keanu Reeves, Carrie Preston, Lili Taylor, Alex Sharp, Liana Liberato, Brooke Smith, and Ciara Bravo. The story follows Ellen (Lily Collins) as she battles anorexia.

One reason to watch this show is that it has already proved controversial, with suggestions that it risks glamorising anorexia and may have a triggering effect on sufferers.

But with fine support from Keanu Reeves and Lili Taylor and a convincing lead performance from Collins, the show offers a lot to the discerning mind.


Suits TV show
This legal drama television show premiered in 2011 and it is already in its seventh season. It is set at a fictional law firm in New York City and has as it’s focal point talented college dropout Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who initially works as a law associate for Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), despite never actually attending law school.

The seventh season potentially deals with the struggles of the firm following the departure of Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) from the firm and how Harvey struggles to hold everything together.


Fearless TV show
Fearless is a British crime thriller television drama series that follows human rights lawyer Emma Banville (Helen McCrory), as she attempts to prove convicted murderer Kevin Russell innocent of the murder of schoolgirl Linda Simms 14 years ago.

This multi-stranded thriller television show is held together by the iconic acting of Helen McCrory, as her character of Emma faces a race to find the final piece of the puzzle.




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