I have just started watching the series, and I love it so much more than project runway. With real designers and stylists, I feel like I am learning so much more about the fashion industry. I also kind of like how they focus on designing and little to zero stupid drama.Just started watching "Next In Fashion". It's like Project Runway on steroids. It starts with a series of pair challenges whose dynamics are interesting but in some cases predictable in that some of the pairs knew each other before the competition; others not at all. When 8 designers remain, it becomes a single designer challenge.
It is far more international than Project Runway and geared to what I would think is the 18-34 demographic. In many cases, it focuses on street style while Project Runway is not as bleeding edge. But it is interesting as many of the designers are very talented.
Oh, it’s sooo worth sticking with. It is, um, intense. And dark. But so well done.Not on Netflix or Hulu, I've started watching the Alienist on TNT, which follows having read the book. The latter was so intense that I would have to periodically put down the book and take a deep breath. I've watched only the first episode. Time and tolerance will tell if I can make it through the entire series. However, it is fascinating in that it reviews what New York City was around the turn of the 20th century when Teddy Roosevelt was the Commissioner of Police and modern police investigation techniques were being introduced as well as psychiatric diagnostic methods. Not for the faint of heart!
I think I would have been sadder if they'd developed the romance more. Sidney was such a prick for most of the series (albeit a very hot prick lol) that I was rooting more for the nice architect to get together with Charlotte.Episode 8 of Sanditon was sad as expected. It will be interesting to see if the US ratings were sufficient to warrant PBS picking it up for a second season.