Watching & Listening – June 23

By | July 3, 2023

I think what I’ve decided to do is to alternate YouTube post and Watching & Listening post every month. So since I did a YouTube post in May , its time to do a Watching & Listening post.

You can also follow along with what I’m watching on the TV Time app.

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Take Care of MayaTake Care of Maya


Longest Third Date

TV Shows

New Shows
Season 2 of Cruel Summer (Freeform). Season 1 came out Spring 2021, but it seems like it’s been a lot longer than that. I’m only a couple episodes in and I almost turned it off during the 1st episode of Season 2, but I’m pretty sure I’m hooked now.

Cruel Summer

This show Fake Profile (Netflix)…I am a little embarrassed to say I watched. It was steamy and I actually kept feeling uncomfortable watching it, but I was so curious to find out how it resolved. Pretty good story line beyond all the s3x.

Fake Profile

Shows That Ended
I was sad that A Million Little Things was over already. However, the way it ended was so sad, but so appropriate. Loved the ending.

I’ve been kind of tired of this show, but Rob loves it. He’s thinking there’s going to be a spin off of it.

A Million Little ThingsA Million Little Things




No More Perfect PodcastNo More Perfect Podcast RealityScamanda We CrashedWe Crashed
Mel RobbinsMel Robbins CriminologyCriminology



Favorite Playlists New in Dance by Apple Music

Favorite Song
Not sure of a favorite song for lately…

4 thoughts on “Watching & Listening – June 23

  1. Tanya

    I have Scamanda downloaded and ready to listen. I’m going to check out the other podcasts. Thanks for the recommendations.

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  3. Leslie Susan Clingan

    I had started listening to a couple of podcasts during Covid’s long walks and isolation. But then I discovered audible books and have been really enjoying them. Scamanda sounds interesting though. Will check it out and share with my daughters. We started watch Law&Crime trials on YouTube but I have gotten very distressed by them. Not sure I should watch any more for awhile.

    Have a tab open to check out Maya, too. It sounds good. With all these streaming services, we are still at a loss as to what to watch quite often. Always glad for suggestions.

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