I stumbled across these 3 shows on Netflix this year and absolutely fell in love with them. I was pleasantly surprised.
Bomb Girls is a Canadian television drama that debuted on January 4, 2012 on Global. The plot profiles the stories of four women working in a Canadian munitions factory during World War II, beginning in 1941
THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE
The Bletchley Circle is a 2012 television mystery drama miniseries, set in 1952. It focuses on Four ordinary women with an extraordinary flair for code-breaking and razor-sharp intelligence skills. Having served as code breakers in World War II, the four now focus their talents on catching killers.
CALL THE MIDWIFE
set in the 1950s, this period drama based on the memoirs of Jennifer Worth follows new midwife Jenny Lee and the other midwives and nuns working in a nursing convent in an impoverished section of London’s East End.
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I know right? It’s like the current trend, talking shit about their Country like the rest of the World is tooootally perfection made real. I come from a Country were same-sex marriage will likely never see the light of day and some cities are like hellholes of criminality. Lately I’ve been appreciating Americans who can be ironic and even brutally honest about their Country without spewing shit all over it, a lot more.
I’ll be glad to settle for Permanent Residency if I ever get there (I’m working on it). At the rate things are changing, it’s gonna be nearly impossible to even come to Canada for tourism. My parents are coming to visit next month and I’ve had to instruct them how to answer the questions at the border because Canadian authorities have become super suspicious. And Canada NEEDS foreign workers.