Hey cute girls! This part of the blog seems to have something that you won’t openly say aloud but you would surely love. Not that, no. No. Not what you though! Here it refers to men! C’mon! Whose heart doesn’t do flips when they see a cute guy, a gentleman, a shirtless man, a muscular man, a tall and lean guy, the dimples, the long wavy hair, the curls and beard, and the damn smile? That damned smile, that’s where it all begins. *keeps my hands down*
Let us keep it a secret between us and move onto finding such men in some TV Series that we can surely watch with our girl gang! Ooof!
Starring: David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, Matt Le Blanc
Six friends, all adults, living in New York City. They just live their lives normally, in the routine and that is not routine. The series is full of quirky points that we go through our everyday lives. Monica, the perfectionist one; Rachel, the loyal one; Pheobe, the weird one; Ross, the geek; Chandler, the funny one; and lastly Joey, the womanizer. There’s no way in which you cannot fall in love with each one. Either you want to see the nerd or the funny, or just the innocently woman-kind man, the series is for you.
Starring: Gabriel Macht, Rick Hoffman, Patrick J. Adams
Mike Ross is an extremely talented lad. But he is a college dropout. He starts working in a firm as an associate to fight cases while trying to keep his educational qualification, a secret. The relationship between Mike and Harvey and, Harvey and Louis will cause giggles, laughs, oohs and yeses!. The series is all black and shiny, with ties and professionalism, and highly qualifies as hot. Men draped in suits are a sight to behold.
Starring: Thomas Middleditch, Josh Brener, Martin Starr, Kumail Nanjiani
A no-nonsense show that shows how fours friends, four programmers try to make their lives in the silicon valley. Richard creates an app named Pied Piper to revolutionize the algorithm of data compression. The silicon valley is a high tech area in the USA, and these boys are willingly working to make a statement in the world of programming.
Starring: Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Charles Michael Davis
The Originals is a spin-off from the Vampire Diaries. A family of vampires has faced an almost extinction. The remaining of them have to stop a war ensuing between vampires, werewolves and witches. The cast of The Originals is so pretty that you might want them to turn you into a vampire as well. Just saying.
Starring: Dylan Minnette, Christian Navero, Justin Prentice, Brandon Flynn, Ross Butler, Miles Heizer, Tommy Dorfman
Hannah Baker has committed suicide two weeks before a packet of cassettes arrive at Clay Jensen’s doorstep. The cassettes narrate the reasons why Hannah decided to end her life. The cassette after being listened to has to be sent to the next listener, the person who has played a huge part in having Hannah reach the point of breakdown. As grim the plot sounds, who can’t help but finish both the seasons. The people that play a part in the series have us binding an emotional connection to them.
Starring: KJ Apa, Cole Sprouse, Luke Perry, Casey Cott
The town of Riverdale is troubled after the mysterious death of Jason Blossom, a popular high school student and the child of the most powerful family in town. The incident happens in September, bringing a whole lot of new students and their problems. Archie and his friends (Betty, Veronica and Jughead) explore the struggles of everyday life while taking on the haunting case of Jason Blossom. To solve this mystery, this group of friends must first unlock the secrets that lie buried deep beneath the surface of their hometown, Riverdale. High School boys are always pretty to look at and when they are on a detective spree, well that is altogether a different oof.
Starring: Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder, Zach Roerig, Michael Trevino
Stefan and Damon are two vampire brothers. After 145 years they visit their hometown. Damon has sworn to make his brother’s life hell as he turned him into a vampire. Stefan falls in love with a girl named Elena who is radically similar to their (yes, both) ex-girlfriend. While they fight internally, they realize that their war is not yet over. There are yet unspeakable horrors lurking in the town. And these off-the-scale pale boys is all we have. Or do we?
Starring: Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Dylan Sprayberry, Tyler Hoechlin, Colton Haynes
Scott McCall is bitten by a werewolf when one night his best friend Stiles brings him to the woods to look for a dead body. The boy has perks of being a werewolf but at the same time, he has to save himself from getting killed by Allison’s (his girlfriend’s) father who is a hunter. Scott has to balance his out of control life, and anger. He has to figure out how to control his powers, stay alive and well, protect Allison and keep her from finding out his secret. Oh, boy!
Starring: Ashton Kutcher, Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer, Angus T Jones
Charlie Harper is a jingle writer who leads a carefree life. Everything is changed when his good-for-nothing brother, Alan, and 10-year-old nephew, Jake, move into his Malibu beach house. The series is mostly featuring their regular lives. Despite being opposites, they form a great team. And a funny one, albeit.
Starring: Kit Harrington, Nikolaj-Coster Waldau, Richard Madden, Iwan Rheon, Finn Jones
Nine noble families fight for the land of the Westeros, the land of the Seven Kingdoms, the Andals. The families fight for who will be the rightful king amidst all the political and sexual conspiracies. The story begins with the noble Stark family whose Head, Eddard (Ned) Stark is visited by the King Robert Baratheon, to propose the highest offer as the Hand of the King after the death of the former Hand. On the other hand of the universe, a girl, Daenerys Stormborn, the heir of the Seven Kingdoms, the last child of the Targaryen families who was executed in Robert’s rebellion, is marching to claim her throne with her three dragons. Kings, Princes, Ministers, Soldiers and Magic; in games of thrones, you either win or you die.
Starring: Kiefer Sutherland, Anil Kapoor
Starring: Zach Braff, Donald Faison
Starring: Josh Radnor, Neil Patrick, Jason Segel
Starring: Max Pirkis, Kevin McKidd, Ray Stevenson, James Purefoy
Starring: Steve Carell, Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski
Starring: Penn Badgley, Ed Westwick, Chace Crowford
Starring: David Boreanaz, Eric Millegan, T. J. Thyne, Jonathan Adams, John Francis Daley
Starring: Jack Coleman, Noah Gray-Cabey, Greg Grunberg, Ali Larter, Adrian Pasdar, Leonard Roberts, Milo Ventimiglia
Starring: Jim Parsons, Kunal Nayyar, Johnny Galecki
Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch