So you’ve finished watching Fleabag and kind of, sort of, gotten over the Hot Priest. After you’ve come down from the absolute genius that is Fleabag you’ll be scouting around for your next “dark and dry” to keep fuelling the fire if your inner unexpressed angst.
I don’t know about you but I am grieving the end of the show and miss it like a beloved friend has moved away. Which is silly because it’s *just* a TV show. Right?
Here are some shows that you can watch next:
This Way Up
I love a post breakdown recovery series. Irish comedian, Aisling Bea, has created a very witty series called This Way Up about getting your life together in your thirties.
Back to Life
By the producers of Fleabag, Back to Life is about a woman in her thirties returning to her hometown after serving a jail sentence.
This is a little hidden gem, Pure, tackles some huge, unexplored issues such as sex addiction and intrusive thoughts. Be warned: it gets pretty real.
This is Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s other show but Crashing didn’t quite grab me. You might like it though.
A hilarious, modern look at being a hot mess in your thirties. Not a unique TV premise but I can’t get enough. Can you? Tell me what you think of Game Face.
Finding Joy is about a woman struggling to get her life together in her thirties… I mean, you get the idea, right?
Okay, I should rename this post from what to watch after Fleabag to ‘shows about women in their thirties’ but that’s not as fun.