I have just finished watching series four of Shine on Harvey Moon and I am sad. At this point I have not checked to see if there are more to come, but I do hope so. The main reason I loved this series is for the comedy, but there is good acting and other emotions too.
This is the type of programme that is no longer made and unlikely to be made again. It covers the years of austerity after the Second world War of an extended family who have survived the War but have a string of adventures and emotions in the following years.
Although there are a few 'bloody's' in it, it has no really bad language, which makes it a joy to watch, bearing in mind that producers and others these day feel they must appease the common 'Eastender' type watchers, that won't watch a programme unless it is filled with expletives. That is a shame and an indication of the moral decline of families and acceptable behaviour.
Back to the series, I will be checking to see if any more episodes are left to come on DVD as soon as I have written this review! I do hope so and if you like gentle comedy I reckon you'll enjoy it too.