Check this: Walter White on stage, an unlucky village and sexy sleepwalking

Everything I put on my to-do list this week:
The sleepwalker Chris Bohjalian, Big Little Lies Reese Liane


Detective Inspector Alec Hardy and Detective Sergeant Ellie Miller are back. It will take a few minutes, before I stop seeing Olivia Colman as the evil step mom in Fleabag and David Tennant as evil period, as Killgrave in Jessica Jones, I couldn't manage throughout the trailer, but I will get there once I'm immersed again in the tales of this very unlucky village. 

Big little Lies

I'm rooting for Reese Witherspoon and Jean-Marc VallĂ©e to have the same fruitful collab as Leo and Scorsese have. Wild was great and the trailer of Big Little Lies, seems to exceed the book already. Not that the book isn't good, it is quite sneaky, it starts all light(weight) and innocent, Liane Moriarty gets to the  good parts really late in the novel. But it seems the adaptation injects some needed grit early, juicy and gritty, that's my favorite combo.

Serial part three

The producers of Serial and This American life are getting into the True Crime Podcast game with S-Town, the story of a man in Alabama who despises his hometown and starts to investigate the son of the rich family there, who apparently murdered somebody. Then bodies start dropping. It's coming in March.


I managed to get Hamilton in London tickets this week. I felt like a modern gladiator, till I realized how long I still have to wait to see it ( March 2018 Yikes!) But then this sweet news hit my inbox. Brian Cranston is coming to the London Stage. In Network! Directed by Ivo van Hove! Walter White as Howard Beale. Can't process this, too good!
Fave actor, fave movie, and I just saw Hedda Gabbler with Ruth Wilson directed by the same Dutch Ivo van Hove and it was fresh and intriguing, so Hamilton Shamilton. November 2017, baby.

The Sleepwalker by Chris Bohjalian

Just ordered this one. After reading  a lot of straightforward thrillers I am looking forward to some literary magic in my mystery tea. It's the story of a Annalee, a, wait for it sleep-sexer, a women who sleepwalks into men's beds, who one night disappears and is is found drown in the nearby river. Gothic, sly, and poetic. 

Have a great weekend!