By David Oliver
OK, so, first of all, apologies I haven’t written here in awhile. There are these little things called “work” and “life” that sometimes get in the way of this blog (what are those?), though I think once the regular 2015 TV season kicks in, the posts will be back on a more normal basis. But I digress…
In the midst of re-watching bits of “Grey’s Anatomy,” because who doesn’t, and a full-on re-watch of “Parks and Recreation,” I’ve been making some time to watch some different shows I’ve been told to watch.
By Josh Axelrod and Anamika Roy
New York Times
*The first season of “A Young Doctor’s Notebook & Other Stories” is on Netflix. To watch Season 2, you might have to do a little digging.
JOSH: How has a show starring Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe flown so far under the radar? Sure, it’s a British import, but shows like “Sherlock” and “Downton Abbey” — hell, even “Luther” — have become sensations in the states. “A Young Doctor’s Notebook & Other Stories” should be on that level, especially considering its leads.