This is Worth your Time

I don’t really like true stories in tv or movies because the endings are seldom the way I want them to end. But sometimes the actor leading the show is pretty compelling.

Fell in love with Martin Freeman as Watson in Sherlock so I had to at least check out this new series, Confession. It tells the story of Detective Superintendent Stephen Fulcher as he looks for a missing young woman. Confronted with the killer, Fulcher has to make a decision that haunts him the rest of his life.

The Brits really understand short term attention because my favorite series have about 5 episodes. So does this one. Confession is a little confusing as it uses flash backs trying to explain the circumstances for several individuals. But it is thought provoking.

I have to fight the urge to want Freeman to be the character I had come to know him as, Watson. There were times I wanted him to fight back or have all the right answers. I had to let it go. I had to recognize his purpose in this story.

Actresses Siobhan Finneran and Imelda Staunton carry the weight of this series and it is refreshing. They each play a mother of a missing girl and take the viewer on an interesting ride. I saw portions of myself in each of these mothers. These actresses told a compelling story.

I recommend this series for those who like to binge over a couple of days. It is British, well written and told.

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TV Talk With The Sistas

In this podcast, two sisters chat about iconic television shows and their impact on the African American and American culture.

Episode One

The Sistas examine the 1970s hit Sanford and Son starring Redd Foxx and the British murder mystery series, Midsomer Murders.

Episode Two

The Girls focus on the Netflix series The Crown and the 1980s crime drama In the Heat of the Night. They find similar qualities in the way they tell their stories.

Episode Three

The Girls focus on the 1980s Norman Lear sitcom The Jeffersons and the Netflix limited series Self Made: The Madam CJ Walker Story. They examine the impact of these stories on African American culture.

Episode Four

The Sistas talk about the James Bond,007 franchise and the impact they think it has had on society and culture.  These two Bond lovers go toe to toe over who is the best Bond. They also introduce you to their rating system

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Episode 3 is Available!

In this podcast, two sisters chat about iconic television shows and their impact on the African American and American culture.

Episode One

The Sistas examine the 1970s hit Sanford and Son starring Redd Foxx and the British murder mystery series, Midsomer Murders.

Episode Two

The Girls focus on the Netflix series The Crown and the 1980s crime drama In the Heat of the Night. They find similar qualities in the way they tell their stories.

Episode Three

The Girls focus on the 1980s Norman Lear sitcom The Jeffersons and the Netflix limited series Self Made: The Madam CJ Walker Story. They examine the impact of these stories on African American culture.

 Listen up…

TV Talk with the Sistas Podcast

New Episode is Available

In this podcast, two sisters chat about iconic television shows and their impact on the African American and American culture.

Episode One

The Sistas examine the 1970s hit Sanford and Son starring Redd Foxx and the British murder mystery series, Midsomer Murders.

Episode Two

The Girls focus on the Netflix series The Crown and the 1980s crime drama In the Heat of the Night. They find similar qualities in the way they tell their stories.

Episode Three

The Girls focus on the 1980s Norman Lear sitcom The Jeffersons and the Netflix limited series Self Made: The Madam CJ Walker Story. They examine the impact of these stories on African American culture.

 Listen up…Episode 3

TV Talk With The Sistas

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TV Talk With The Sistas

In this podcast, two sisters chat about iconic television shows and their impact on the African American and American culture.

Episode One

The Sistas examine the 1970s hit Sanford and Son starring Redd Foxx and the British murder mystery series, Midsomer Murders.

Episode Two

The Girls focus on the Netflix series The Crown and the 1980s crime drama In the Heat of the Night. They find similar qualities in the way they tell their stories. Listen up…TV Talk with the Sistas Podcast

The Pandemic reminds me that people like to talk more about Easter Sunday instead of the events of Good Friday. We miss the fact that the resurrection cost something.

As we live out our own Good Fridays during the days when this virus wreaks havoc in our land, we have to remember that the God of our Universe met with the worst of humanity.

Before COVID-19, Good Friday was a holiday that contributed to a three day weekend. Most folks took off from work, did some shopping or met with friends and family.

This year we will be surrounded by death to remind us there is some peril to it. We won’t be able to celebrate like in the past, but will give some serious reflection to it.

We seldom think about the dark things in humanity that causes things like those that took place in Jesus’ day. He got to experience oppression, hatred, jealousy, rage, humiliation, betrayal, and so much more.

This was the day of the road to the cross. Jesus became many things to me as a result of this day. But that doesn’t diminish the path He took.

I am grateful.

Today think about what Jesus endured to save us from our sins.

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The 2nd episode of our podcast TV Talk With the Sistas is available. Check it out and see what we really think about The Crown and In the Heat of the Night. These shows were created into two different time periods and speak to the generations that they represent. The shows have taught the sisters something. Listen and see what it is.

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