Thursday 14 May 2015

WHAT 2 WATCH WED #W2WW #40 #GraceandFrankie @Netflix_CA Original #NowOnNetflixCA

This is my 40th What to Watch #W2WW post! 

I'm so excited to celebrate this milestone by sharing a new Netflix Original series: Grace and Frankie!

As you all know, "What's Good to Watch?" is a common question amongst my friends and family, and the reason why I share movie and show recommendations on Cathy Thinking Out Loud every Wednesday (aka #W2WW). This week's recommendation is Grace and Frankie found on Netflix Canada. Hard to go wrong with a comedy starting Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Martin Sheen, but then add in the hilarious script and circumstances and you have a hit on your hands. I love the character foils of the different personalities and relationship styles in this show! It is interesting how "ready for retirement" Grace and Frankie relate differently to modern technology, dating and social media. 

Grace and Frankie gets two thumbs up from me! 

Image via Netflix

I'd love to hear what you thought of this weeks recommendation, 
and please share your suggestions in the comments section. 
Happy Streaming!

Yep, just me Cathy thinking out loud about what to watch.

Note: I have not been compensated for this post in any way. All opinions are my own, and the purpose of this post is merely to share with my readers.


  1. I am actually bummed out I don't have Netflix ... something I really need to get. I saw Jane Fonda on Ellen today talking about the show and I saw a clip from it, it looks hilarious

  2. Congrats on post 40 for your What to Watch posts! This is a fantastic series, Jane Fonda is awesome!!!

  3. I love Netflix and had it ever since it first came out several years ago. After the one month free trial, immediately cancelled the satellite channels and even paid a penalty fee, and with no regrets whatsoever! Thank you for sharing about Grace and Frankie. I am so excited to start watching it!

  4. I really liked this one, kind of fun to watch those two grand dames together, but I find it a little sad that it neglects a very interesting relationship - I felt that the new romance between the two ex-husbands should have been further explored. Maybe season 2?