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post #316 of 650
Vice News, does that count as a show? The one about the Mormons vs. the Cartel in Mexico was pretty good.
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Pretty good murder whodunit set in a small English seaside town. Halfway through first season now.
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Pretty good murder whodunit set in a small English seaside town. Halfway through first season now.

 

Not sure if you're aware, but there is an American remake, "Gracepoint", that David Tennant also stars in.

 

That said, I haven't seen either, but both are on my to-watch list.

 

If someone has seen both - are both worth watching, or is one clearly better? It'd really help me cut down on my backlog.


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post #319 of 650

Sherlock is overrated. Peaky Blinders is where it's at.

post #320 of 650

^heresy. 

 

I couldn't get into Peaky Blinders, just not my thing I guess. I'm too biased to judge recent Sherlock episodes properly, but the show as a whole does something special with the character(s) and adds to it in a way that most adaptions don't.

post #321 of 650
A two year old NBC show called Siberia. How did I miss this? A fake reality show about contestants surviving in Siberia. Saying much more about the plot would be giving too much away, but it's great. Reminds me a lot of a BBC show from a while back called Dead Set. Same kind of feel. Starts off as a reality show, turns into a horror movie.

I recommend.

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I just caught most of the first episode of a PBS series from last year, I'll Have What Phil's Having. This would be Phil Rosenthal the main creative behind Everybody Loves Raymond. I was not much of a fan of that show but caught it every once in a while. I always wondered why the Raymond character came off as so Jewish. I now know. Phil Rosenthal might be the most Jewish narrator of a TV series I have ever come across.




The first epi is in Tokyo and very worth the watch, IMO. I plan to watch the rest of the series.
post #323 of 650
Just watched the premiere of Billions on YouTube.

I'm pretty hooked so far. Hell of an opener too lol.

Nice to see Dick Winters doing well for himself post-WW2 biggrin.gif
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Nice to see Dick Winters doing well for himself post-WW2 biggrin.gif

Not to mention being hung by the Iranians

post #325 of 650
I caught 2 episodes of The Man in the Hightower last night. Interesting show. Not sure I get all the hype.

I also watched an episode of Mozart in the Jungle. Might give it some more attention.
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Just watched the Italy show of I'll Have What Phil's Having. If you like travel/food shows watch it.
post #327 of 650

Jessica Jones FTW!!!!

post #328 of 650

Cumberbatch is probably the main draw for female fans. They all ran away when he announced he was getting married. :P

post #329 of 650
Bloodline is solid. 7.5/10

Subtle and nuanced storyline with good character development. Very nice cinematography and well-executed dialogue and screenplay.
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Bloodline is solid. 7.5/10

Subtle and nuanced storyline with good character development. Very nice cinematography and well-executed dialogue and screenplay.

I'm several epis deep and it's just not resonating with me. The best thing about it have been the fuck scenes with the chick from Freaks and Geeks/Mad Men.
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