I have just completed watching the entire six episodes of the BBC TV series River and was just blown by how superlative this series was.
TV series are the new addiction replacing books and cinema (and also given that for me, good or actually any theatre is not easy to access right now). TV series are easily accessible and every episode not just one as the earlier appointment viewing format did. Thus binge watching is more the norm and can be satiating too.
The craze nowadays is to find out a TV series that’s good - Kind of like waiting for the next book from a renowned author. You are on the lookout for a series that one can watch over the weekend or savour over a few days, say, while travelling. So one is following opinion leaders for ‘leads’ – mine include folks like Poonam Saxena, Vir Sanghvi, and of course Twitter where the new young millennials initiate the trend on the latest TV series craze.
The reason for this ambling is to highlight the fact that despite this being a past time for the last few years, I have missed the RIVER TV series, and a search in my social media also suggests most haven’t seen it.
Which is a pity, because RIVER beats them all and IMHO one of the best well produced series that I have had the pleasure of viewing.