I forgot a bunch! So, just to round out 2020, here we go.
I watched Enola Holmes on Netflix which I found adorable, and I don't care if they changed up character types (someone said they softened Sherlock too much, but it's just an interpretation - chill out, people).
Sing On was a mediocre reality show on Netflix which was not good. I don't watch reality shows so maybe some people may find it better than I did, but it was just too fake and bright and shiny for me. I didn't care about the contestants at all though I do like Titus Burgess, the host.
I watched Emily in Paris on Netflix which I didn't love, but then I ended up liking it by the end. I do not like love triangles, and they skirted the issue of cheating, but it was still fine. It's the clothes for me. It was all so pretty.
I caught Cats on HBO Max which wasn't nearly as bad as I expected. I mean, I should state that I already love Cats. I've seen the play three times (maybe 4) on Broadway. I had the DVD. I think the "big names" were the weakest but not horrible. I think the CGI was a little weird. However, I liked the additions of, you know, a plot. I loved Skimbleshanks which is my favorite cat and what they did with Mr. Mistophelees. It was a perfectly fine couch movie to watch while I played games on my phone.
For Sunday Family Movie, the family watched the animated Mulan on Disney+. I watched it back in the day, but the kids (and Husband) hadn't watched before. Everyone liked it, but I don't think it was anybody's favorite. No one has a big drive to see the live-action movie. It's definitely got mixed reviews from those I know who have watched it. I'll give in eventually, but I'm not there yet.
Lastly, I watched Family Baking Championship on Netflix. I loved the first season, but the second season mixed things up, and I didn't love that. There was a definite advantage of being ethnic. I think the strong flavors and generations cooking together played strong with the winning families. It made me want to eat some of the food, though. I guess it kind of got us a little into baking at the time, too. I just feel like we got to learn more about the families in the first season, and I liked the judges more. I still stuck with it so I guess that says something.
I did a lot of streaming services in the Fall. It was hard to keep up. Honorable mention is that I started to watch Fargo and The Big Bang Theory (which I went from Season 3 to Season 11 in the last month - not sure if I'm proud of ashamed of this). I need to get back into reading.