There was something comfortable about watching Switch. It felt a little like coming home, which is odd to say about a drama that was full of twists. I reminded me, forcibly, of USA Network’s White Collar and TNT’s Leverage. All three shows drew me in because of the characters with contrasting moral codes, the unexpected plots, and the likable ensembles.
So many new dramas are starting, which can only mean one thing: The Fangirls are gathering together to share which dramas we loved, which ones we hated, and which shows need another episode before we make a final decision. Come join us as we chat all things drama! Continue reading
Jang Geun Suk is all grown up and starring in the legal doppelganger drama Switch. No more flower boy roles for this actor. He is now a flower man. Come find out if his drama is worth watching or if it falls short of stellar as Kmuse shares her first impressions and unfiltered thoughts. Continue reading
Not that it’s hard to confuse this newbie. Anyway, I love the premise of this show: An intelligent man who couldn’t quite make it as a lawyer and so turns to underhanded means to make justice come about anyway. I mean, it’s Leverage all over again! With a little Suits thrown in for good measure. (Can you tell I used to watch a lot of TNT and USA? This was definitely pre-dramaland.)
OK…. I will admit that my inner fangirl is a little excited that Jang Geun Suk is returning to my TV. I know that it has been years since his last true hit…but my You’re Beautiful love goes way back. So, until I know whether this is going to be a hit or a miss, I will remain optimistic and excited. Continue reading