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My 2022 Year in Review & Plans For 2023 At The Woman Who Writes



 

2022 has been a year for me personally and professionally, but I have soldiered on to try and get to the end of the year. At The Woman Who Writes, This year has also seen a slump and a long-term hiatus on all of the content on social media and the website. But I am looking forward to the year 2023. I hope to bring you more content in terms of reviews of my favourite shows like NCIS, 9-1-1 and many more as well. As we move through this transition process at The Woman Who Writes. I hope to make sure that all of the change goes as smoothly as possible.


But first, let’s recap my year of 2022 for Television, This year has been an interesting one, as I look for new and original content or tv shows for 2022. I have been for some reason heading back and rewatching comfort or finished series of shows such as Bones or Suits or A Discovery of Witches. I have also been working on watching current shows that have been on the air for a long time. I have only just discovered them, such as Law and Order SVU and Blue Bloods, and if I had the time, I would watch current tv shows such as NCIS or 9-1-1 universe, Call The Midwife, Bridgerton and Superman and Lois.


I also ventured into watching Asian dramas such as Love in Contract, Her Private Life, Once Upon a Small Town and Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha and also The Business Properal on Netflix.

as well.






From My Eyes, The Year of 2022 for Television has been through a weird transition, As I think that the writers are going through a period of change when it comes to ideas and stories that are told for the characters in the show, we are also seeing more societal topics that are relating to the world. As we are moving through this massive social change in the world, the writers have the opportunity to explore and promote new ideas but also tackle the taboo topics that we have not been able to talk about in the past, I hope we get to see more of this in the coming months with the shows that are currently on the air. Because you can not change the past, but you can write the future,


Also, we are seeing a major exodus in creative content in the world, and as we are currently going through massive financial strain, the creative side of the world is going to suffer. As media companies are streamlining to create branding and IP identity. Which has led to original or current shows being cancelled or shortened. I hope that we don’t have a drought of no original shows or concepts of series, which can lead to burnout from the audience as well. These changes are going to become more rapid and prominent for the media community. Nobody can do much about it.


With those things in the media coming in the future, I want to have a look at the new content that 2022 has brought out in full force, CBS has been the one that I have gravitated towards the most, with the shows such as Fire Country, East New York, Good Sam and NCIS Hawaii and the one that is close second is Netflix with The Adaptation of The Addams Familly with Wednesday and The Sandman,

and the other new shows that I liked in 2022 came from the other networks they were, Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, How I Meet Your Father, Walker: Independence and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. I did check out some other new shows as well. I was turned off by them as they did not match my choice of tv shows that I watch on a regular basis.


 

As 2022 comes to a close for another year, I am looking forward to seeing new stories and character and relationship arcs for my favourite tv shows. But I am fearful that the business decisions at media companies are going to create more of a lack of originality for the media that we consume. Let me know your opinions about your favourite tv shows, relationships or characters arcs and the stories that you enjoy this year, we can have a discussion on social media or in the comments section down below, I look forward to reading them,


Thank you for sticking with me through this tough time and transition,


Until Next Time


The Woman Who Writes.


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