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  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Ostandia
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    JUL I BLODFJELL (Christmas On Blood Mountain)
    Christmas comedy crime calendar. Pretty funny.
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    Conspiracy Chasers me and my wife enjoy various shows about the strangeness of history
  • edited December 2020 Posts: 13,789
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    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S7 E1, good start to the final season, its shame the show is ending its been good for the most part, certainly from season 3 onward.
  • Last_Rat_StandingLast_Rat_Standing South Florida
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    My wife and I just spent the last 3 months going through Game of Thrones for the first time since I never had HBO when it originally aired.

    I won't elaborate on what's been said overall but its one of the best shows of all time.
  • DaltonFanDaltonFan California
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    I've been watching the 1961 crime drama 87th Precient on DVD. It was on for one season in 1961 and starred Robert Lansing, Gregory Walcott, Ron Harper, and Norman Fell.
  • DaltonFanDaltonFan California
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    I liked The Event. I especially liked Ian Anthony Dale.
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    DaltonFan wrote: »
    I liked The Event. I especially liked Ian Anthony Dale.

    So did I. I remember thinking at the time it aired on TV that it should have got a second season.
  • Hawaii Five-O and Magnum PI (the original classics of course)
    The Streets of San Francisco
    The Rockford Files
    Person of Interest
  • GoldenGunGoldenGun Defender of Timothy Dalton, George Lazenby, Éric Serra & Bond '83!
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    Just finished bingewatching How I Met Your Mother with my significant other. We both really loved it.

    But
    What is up with that ending???
  • LeonardPineLeonardPine The Bar on the Beach
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    Black Narcissus BBC mini series.

    God this was dull! Never going to match the 1947 adaptation. Don't know why they bothered.
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    GoldenGun wrote: »
    Just finished bingewatching How I Met Your Mother with my significant other. We both really loved it.

    But
    What is up with that ending???

    Never got as far as finishing How I Met Your Mother. How did it end?
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    Black Narcissus BBC mini series.

    God this was dull! Never going to match the 1947 adaptation. Don't know why they bothered.

    That's exactly why I didn't bother with it - that, and the trailer didn't look terribly inviting whatsoever.
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    Black Narcissus BBC mini series.

    God this was dull! Never going to match the 1947 adaptation. Don't know why they bothered.

    It didnt look very enticing in the trailer, so I avoided it! I will take your word for it that I made right decision!
  • LeonardPineLeonardPine The Bar on the Beach
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    Mathis1 wrote: »
    Black Narcissus BBC mini series.

    God this was dull! Never going to match the 1947 adaptation. Don't know why they bothered.

    It didnt look very enticing in the trailer, so I avoided it! I will take your word for it that I made right decision!

    Yes mate. I suffered so you didn't have to 😄
  • edited January 8 Posts: 283
    I recently watched the Haunting of Bly Manor and oh boy was it a disappointment. Such a weak adaptation of one of the great tragic ghost stories. All ambiguity and suspense replaced with a Sesame Street-level morality tale and a happy ending.

    The accents and locations were also shockingly bad for such an expensive production. Half the cast sounds like Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins and all the scenes set in 'London' looked more unconvincing than the old Basil Rathbone Sherlock Holmes films.

    Someone on Twitter posted this, and it's an astonishingly accurate recreation of what the show's interesting depiction of London as portrayed by Vancouver, looks like.

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  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited January 10 Posts: 3,634
    2020:

    Deep State Season 2. 7/10
    Killing Eve Season 2. 7/10
    Smeris Season 5 (Final Season) / Dutch Series. 7/10
    Lethal Weapon Season 3 (Final Season) 8/10
    Homeland Season 8 (Final Season) 8/10
    Hamilton Season 1. 8/10
    Killing Eve Season 3. 7/10
    S.W.A.T. Season 2. 8/10
    Klem Season 3 (Final Season) / Dutch Series. 8/10

    2021:

    Next weak i will watch final episode of 4th / final Season of Scorpion. 7/10. Season 3 and Season 1 and first 12-13 episodes of second season are very good or good. But second half of the second season is very bad and final season disapointed a bit.

    And on the moment i watched Macgyver (reboot) Season 2 and S.W.A.T. Season 3.
  • edited January 10 Posts: 14,994
    M_Balje wrote: »
    2020:

    Deep State Season 2. 7/10
    Killing Eve Season 2. 7/10
    Smeris Season 5 (Final Season) / Dutch Series. 7/10
    Lethal Weapon Season 3 (Final Season) 8/10
    Homeland Season 8 (Final Season) 8/10
    Hamilton Season 1. 8/10
    Killing Eve Season 3. 7/10
    S.W.A.T. Season 2. 8/10
    Klem Season 3 (Final Season) / Dutch Series. 8/10

    2021:

    Next weak i will watch final episode of 4th / final Season of Scorpion. 7/10. Season 3 and Season 1 and first 12-13 episodes of second season are very good or good. But second half of the second season is very bad and final season disapointed a bit.

    And on the moment i watched Macgyver (reboot) Season 2 and S.W.A.T. Season 3.

    Only watched the first season of Scorpion myself, but I've been meaning to give it another try.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    @AKillToAView, I couldn't even bring myself to finish it. My girlfriend and I got six or seven episodes in and collectively agreed that it was incredibly dull and wasn't worth finishing. Such a letdown compared to his Hill House adaptation.
  • ThunderpussyThunderpussy N.Ireland
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    Recently watched The Alienist season 2 on Netflix. In my opinion not as
    good as the first, but still very good, with a great cast.
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    Cobra Kai Season 3.
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    Lupin - the French series with Omar Sy based upon the Arsene Lupin stories, really fun and enjoyable.
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    First episode of Death in Paradise series 10. Great to have Florence Casell back, could never take to the last DS Madeleine. Still not sure about Ralf Little's Neville Parker, his various medical afflictions are still rather annoying, but after the misery of 2020 it's great to have some sun and fun. And we'll done the production team because you would never know it was shot under covid restrictions. Not a fan of the new theme arrangement though. Why do they always take the attitude of "if it ain't broke, let's fix it anyway"
  • ThunderpussyThunderpussy N.Ireland
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    I too was excited to see the return of Death in Paradise, my only
    annoyance is how they've tinkered with the theme tune. It now
    has a lot less bass in it.
  • edited January 10 Posts: 2,177
    Marty (aka It's Marty, 1968-69) was Marty Feldman's solo comedy series for the BBC. Shamefully the BBC has never released more than an hour-long compilation of the series on DVD, even though most of the episodes exist, but I have viewed 7 out of 12 episodes, along with another compilation.

    After half a century Marty holds up well. Almost every member of Monty Python contributed to the show and it shares some of the spirit of Monty Python's Flying Circus, though it's not as innovative or anarchic. What sets it apart from MPFC are the silent comedy sequences that Feldman, a Buster Keaton fan, occasionally produced. A sketch like "The Loneliness of the Long Distance Golfer" shows the direction Feldman might have taken if he hadn't gone to Hollywood.
  • edited January 11 Posts: 1,245
    MWC episodes :

    Gods Shoes (lmao......) , supermarket 2 parter , Al dreams hes private eye , Grandmaster B , Steve returns (great one) , pre fame Matt le Blanc did some shows as poor Vinnie , pre fame Pam Anderson/Debbe Dunning (both guest starred on Home Improvement) , Jovovich
  • ThunderpussyThunderpussy N.Ireland
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    One of my favourites is The Expanse on Amazon Prime. It's on its fourth season
    new episodes every Wednesday. A great well written grown up Sci-Fi show.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Ostandia
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    HISTORY OF SWEAR WORDS

    Nicolas Cage hosts this miniseries, where various popular words get analysed.
  • edited January 18 Posts: 283
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    @AKillToAView, I couldn't even bring myself to finish it. My girlfriend and I got six or seven episodes in and collectively agreed that it was incredibly dull and wasn't worth finishing. Such a letdown compared to his Hill House adaptation.

    @Creasy47 It was such a letdown. It smacked of just trying to copy everything he did in Hill House but with much less care and effort.
  • edited January 18 Posts: 13,789
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    Started well good cast.
  • ThunderpussyThunderpussy N.Ireland
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    Watching the latest episode of the Expanse tonight, and it seems sexual equal rights
    has reached another mile stone. In the opening sequences, we are met by the sight of a man and a woman both having a pee ;) in the open near a tree.
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