End of show montage

I love TV drama series. I don’t care what country they’re produced in as long as they are good with catchy stories. There is however a commonality amongst American drama shows. The end of show montage…..

You know what I’m talking about, that piece of sentimental music that plays over shots of the main characters ‘coming to terms’ with the ‘events’ of that particular episode.

As someone who’s not a massive fan of music, I just like what I like, I usually just appreciate the scene setting of the piece and move on. Just once in a while however, something catches my attention, and whilst watching an episode of Season Two of Body of Proof, one of those once in a whiles, cam around.

I can’t stop listening to this track, and those that surround it on Andrew Belle’s album, “The Ladder”

If you enjoyed that, or if you like those montage scenes, maybe next time you watch one, use SoundHound, or Shazam to point you in the direction of the music that’s being used. There are some hidden gems out there we all need to discover….



What do you do when you’re stuck in your house on your own for days on end? Watch an an awful lot of TV.

The last couple of days pick, has been Sanctuary Seasons One and Two. It’s a fabulous show, although it does take a while to get your head around the dodgy CGI effects that are aplenty in the first few episodes, but do at least get less and less as the seasons move along.

Them bones, them bones…

#them bones them bones them dry-y-y bones…   *carries on singing in head*

or more precisely this…

 Bones the TV Series, based on the books by Kathy Reichs

I have been spending the day re-watching season 3 so, I can start watching season 4, ready for when Season 5 arrives on DVD next month, and I can procrastinate some more by watching those 🙂