T y p i c a l

Swedish summer. But who cares.

This dollhouse, would fit me perfect.

Tv-series tips anyone? We have seen:
House of Cards
Braking Bad
Dexter
Justified
Sons of Anarchy
Mad Men
Homicide
The Wire
Six feet under

 

53 Responses to T y p i c a l

  1. Paulina says:

    “The Fall” and “The Killing”. Absolutely the best recently.

  2. Stephanie in Seattle USA says:

    My family absolutely loves Arrested Development — so funny!

  3. Erin frost says:

    The British series, The Rev, really wonderful ensemble cast.

  4. gina says:

    HBO: In Treatment, Enlightened, Girls.

  5. Birgitte says:

    Without any doubt: Homeland!

  6. Southlands (this is amazing)
    The Killing and Borgen
    Modern Family
    Greys Anatomy
    Parenthood (the guy from 6 feet under is in this)
    Hannibal
    True Blood
    Veep

    I’m sure I missed a few off!

  7. Katie says:

    The Returned, Modern Family, The Killing

  8. Sarah says:

    Definitely, definitely, definitely Homeland. And game of thrones – which I think I wasn’t sure about as it felt too ‘fantasy’ for me…but actually it is very good. And my husband watches Deadwood on his commute and says it is very good.

  9. mia says:

    modern family!
    and game of thrones

  10. bobbi says:

    Homeland is really amazing, such a great cast. Modern Family makes me laugh a lot. I’m a big fan of Downton Abbey, all those costumes make me drool.

  11. Lena says:

    Definitely Game of Thrones !! :)

  12. Elisabeth says:

    Ah forgot to tell that we’ve seen Games of Thrones and Homeland also. Agree, great series.

    Thanks for all tips! Lookig forward to long summer nights ;)

    • Mary says:

      Treme. Same creators and some of the same actors as The Wire. It is slower moving, set in New Orleans. Great characters and wonderful music.

  13. freckleface says:

    I agree with others: Borgen, Rev, The returned, Homeland. But also, The Hour was really good, so was The Bridge, Spooks was worth watching (especially when Rupert Penry-Jones was in it) as was Broadchurch. We’re currently enjoying The Americans and for a bit of fun, have you tried the Big Bang Theory or Doc Marten? Gosh, we sound like real square eyes!

  14. AK says:

    A French series available with English subtitles, in BBC distribution : Spiral (“Engrenages” in French) – now on its 4th season. Very very clever, addicting. Enjoy!

  15. Saskia says:

    The Sopranos, Game of Thrones, Borgen! Thanks for sharing your list :)

  16. Erin says:

    Misfits on BBC. Copper. Ripper Street. Walking Dead. The Killing.

  17. Susan says:

    Have you seen The Tudors?

  18. Lynn Westergren says:

    Homeland was/is awesome.
    Other, not new, loves….just in case they slipped by:
    Luther (British series with Edris Elba)
    your Swedish version of Wallander with Krister Henrikkson (sure you’ve seen this)
    Monarch of the Glen, odd ball Scottish series, first couple seasons especially charming, goes a bit too silly
    Flight of the Conchords
    Samurai Jack (?)

  19. Jill says:

    Top of the lake and Portlandia.

  20. Claire Loder says:

    Parks and Recreation

  21. bmo says:

    å du skulle köpt dockhuset…då hade du inte behövt nån tv!

  22. Lina says:

    downton abbey!
    brideshead revisited

  23. Lina says:

    carneval

  24. Jo says:

    Girls! Obviously. X

  25. Ca says:

    Les Revenants (Gengångare -http://www.svt.se/gengangare/se-succeserien-gengangare-igen)

    The Slap – http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1823011/

  26. Touch. [inspired to the chinese theory of people being connected by a red thread]

  27. dana says:

    The most recent ones I have seen that I love are:
    The Fall
    Luther
    and
    Orphan Black (which is not as serious and a bit of a guilty pleasure)
    I hear that Newsroom on HBO is also fabulous

  28. naa says:

    Modern family,
    Girls,
    Vikings.
    :)

  29. mieke verbijlen says:

    lovely photos!
    you have to watch carnivale, sooo good! and twin peaks ofcourse!!
    at the moment i’m watching arrested development, with a very young michael cera :)
    and friends is a guilty pleasure!

  30. Ulrika says:

    Brottet säsong 3, Modern Family och Homeland (man måste ge den 7 avsnitt in i första säsong för att fastna…sen är det hur spännande som helst)! kram U

  31. Tanya says:

    Some great suggestions above! Boardwalk Empire and Being human (UK version).

  32. Sara says:

    Carneval! Glad sommar (^:

  33. Nicky Page says:

    Parks and Recreation is really funny and of course Game of Thrones is a must!! And Thirty Rock, hillarious.
    xoxo from South AFrica :) PS I love your blog and your style, thanks for sharing

  34. nice one…
    homeland and games of thrones

    House of cards is on my list,enjoy the summer

  35. Joan says:

    Would recommend Perception, The Newsroom, Hell on Wheels and Ray Donovan. All fantastic shows! Also Up all Night.

  36. as always, i love your blog!
    for me, it’s all about new girl.
    xx

  37. Elisabeth / Fine Little Day says:

    Going to be a great summer ;) Thanks so much!

  38. MFree says:

    Southland!!!

  39. eva hartmann says:

    lots of excellent tips above, try utopia -my husband loves it- excellent british tv-series

  40. Nancy says:

    Boardwalk Empire

  41. Barbara says:

    If you liked The bridge (Bron) or The killing (Forbrydelsen) you will probably like Breaking bad. I think it’s one of my favourite TV shows ever.

  42. gina says:

    While I’m at it, can I assume that you’ve already seen Freaks and Geeks, as well as the young Claire Danes in My So-Called Life?

    Happy viewing!

    • Elisabeth / Fine Little Day says:

      Have not seen that one either Gina, gosh I’m looking forward to our tv-nights!

  43. Ingeborg says:

    But who cares?

    I do, because I love the Swedish summer.

  44. liz bowman says:

    Twin Peaks!! Such a Lynchian classic.
    Battlestar Galactica is super good too- it really isn’t too nerdy or cheesy at all.

  45. isa says:

    Arrested Development!

  46. Melissa Jean says:

    I would recommend the HBO series ‘Bored to Death’ – the writer Jonathan Ames created & wrote this show. I think you might really like it. Funny, silly, but also sincere.

  47. Helenb says:

    Australian series Offspring

    you can watch it through putlocker

    :)

  48. ida says:

    the Paradise!

  49. Gabi says:

    - How I Met Your Mother
    - Girls
    - Sherlock (MUST!!!)
    - The Walking Dead
    - Twin Peaks
    - Desperate Housewives
    - Grey’s Anatomy
    - Dead Like Me

    We are junkies ourselves :).

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