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Shows worth watching?

alexd

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I kind of lost interest in Electric Dreams after a couple of weak episodes. Perhaps I should go back and have another look at it.

I liked the pilot of Hard Sun. It's a British pre-apocalyptic sci-fi/police drama fearing Agyness Deyn, who has the best face ever and is a woman I'd love to photograph some day:



The second episode was a bit meh, but I am hopeful it will improve as the end of the world draws nearer.
 
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basketballjones

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fuck fringe was so good.
been binge watching it lately

also, you know the weed is good if you are giggling like a retard while watching fringe cause it isnt known for its hilarity
 

Beer babe

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If you're looking for a good comedy, try The Last Man on Earth. Finished up to season 3 on Netflix and can't wait until season 4 gets uploaded!!
 
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acheron

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this new series on Netflix... Babylon Berlin is amazing! Takes place during the bacchanalian period between the wars in Germany. Russian revolutionaries all over the place, murder, porn, cabaret, flappers, government corruption... it's all there. Really enjoying it so far.
 

praktik

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The Path episode 7 may have redeemed an uneven season, best yet.

Huck should die soon, his acting chops are making his scenes tough to watch sometimes.
 

alexd

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I thought altered carbon started of really well by tanked midway through... The book, however, was amazing.
 
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Klubmasta Will

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The reboot of Roseanne is must-see television, even if it makes you uncomfortable

^ I never really watched ROSEANNE when the show originally aired, but I will check out the reboot tonight, based on articles like this. I didn't care much for the X-Files reboot, giving up after only two episodes.

In other news, I really enjoy LOVE (Netflix, by Judd Apatow). It is in the same league as Master of None (Netflix, by Aziz Ansari), which I think is must-see.

It is hard to keep up with so much fresh and amazing content. I've got a stack of comics/books that I have been meaning to read that are untouched because it's so much easier to turn on Netflix/Amazon.
 

praktik

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The Terror opening is like the realization of things I've had in my head a long time. Might have been 30 Days of Night bringing it together for me, but I've long been fascinated with arctic and antartic expeditions of the last few hundred years.

And morbid creature horror. The two kind of blended for me already in dreams and concepts I had been toying with for over a decade.

I have no idea what the creature or Bad Thing is yet, but the tone setting in ep1 was note perfect, excited that ep 2 is already available.

I guess this is a book I'll have to read too!
 
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Bernnie Federko

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Anyone watch the premier of Trust?

Inspired by actual events, "Trust" delves into the trials and triumphs of one of America's wealthiest and unhappiest families, the Gettys. Equal parts family history, dynastic saga and an examination of the corrosive power of money, "Trust" explores the complexities at the heart of every family, rich or poor. Told over multiple seasons and spanning the 20th century, the series begins in 1973 with the kidnapping of John Paul Getty III, an heir to the Getty oil fortune, by the Italian mafia in Rome. His captors banked on a multimillion-dollar ransom. But Paul's grandfather, enigmatic oil tycoon J. Paul Getty Sr. -- possibly the richest man in the world -- is busy being marooned in a Tudor mansion in the English countryside with a harem of mistresses and a pet lion. Paul's father, J. Paul Getty Jr., is lost in a daze in London and refuses to answer the phone. Only Paul's mother, Gail Getty, is left to negotiate with the increasingly desperate kidnappers. Unfortunately, she's broke.
First episode date: March 25, 2018
 

mandapanda

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I've been watching This Country. It's hilarious. It's a mockumentary about two cousins and their lives in a small village in the Cotswalds.

Love it.
 
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praktik

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Waco - watched the first ep of the 5 parter as this has long been a subject of research for me. The dramatization of Ruby Ridge was an excellent way to anchor the first ep and explain the events that galvanized Koresh into deeper and deeper commitment to his revolution.

Didnt realize so many strong peeps were in it! Really well done and bodes well for the next 4 parts.
 
The Terror opening is like the realization of things I've had in my head a long time. Might have been 30 Days of Night bringing it together for me, but I've long been fascinated with arctic and antartic expeditions of the last few hundred years.

And morbid creature horror. The two kind of blended for me already in dreams and concepts I had been toying with for over a decade.

I have no idea what the creature or Bad Thing is yet, but the tone setting in ep1 was note perfect, excited that ep 2 is already available.

I guess this is a book I'll have to read too!
Superior show in almost every sense. I'm blown away at how well this show's concept works.
 
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