by Rebecca Zanetti
Thriller shows I can’t help but binge. I love writing thrillers, and once in a while, I get caught up on binge-watching a few shows. I think I’m way behind and need to get caught up on new offerings, but for now here are some I like:
Mare of Easttown
If you haven’t seen this, you have to find it! It features Kate Winslet, but you’d never know it’s Kate. She plays a small-town deputy charged with figuring out a local murder. And I have to say, I did NOT see the ending coming, and I usually do.
This is such a good show, and it’s mostly from the point of view of the psychopath, but somehow, you end up kind of rooting for him? And there’s decent humor and irony throughout as well.
This is a fun British thriller with an interesting season and a hottie hero. I liked the intrigue and surprises along the way.
This one features Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant. The mystery is strong and the ending a surprise.
Jason Bateman can flesh out a character, right? I’m actually behind on this one and need to get caught up. How in the world is it going to end?
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Love and danger . . .
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