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What is the last Television series you watched?

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1 hour ago, Stefancos said:

The most heinous organization in history!

 

More so than the National Socialists? Hmm. Probably. 

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1 hour ago, Stefancos said:

The most heinous organization in history!

 

The worst is that they still continue, ok, they have less power than they once have, but they still cover criminals. A vulgar and still very dangerous sect. It brings me nausia.

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Say what you want about National Socialism, but at least they had an ethos.

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And let's also not forget - let's not forget, Dude, that keeping wildlife, uh, an amphibious rodent, for uh, you know, domestic... within the city, that ain't legal either.

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What the fuck are you talking about TGP?

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After a long break... I started watching Deadwood season 2.

 

Karol

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Started revisiting The Leftovers. More people should be talking about this show. 

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Yes, I think you might like it, TGP. I still have to watch the third (and last?) season. I might wanna start with that.

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You should. Curious to hear your thoughts Alex.

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On 8/2/2017 at 7:14 AM, KK said:

New trailer for Netflix's answer to True Detective:

 

 

Trailer wasn't great, but show looks like it has potential.

 

I thought the trailer was extremely effective, aside from some of the on-the-nose dialogue.  Very much looking forward to it.  Haven't watched a Netflix series since last year's Stranger Things.

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Started season 3 of Deadwood. Season 2 was just as great as season 1.

 

Karol

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2 hours ago, nightscape94 said:

 Haven't watched a Netflix series since last year's Stranger Things.

 

Check out The OA.

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Yes, watch it but don't expect Stranger Things

 

6 hours ago, crocodile said:

Started season 3 of Deadwood. Season 2 was just as great as season 1.

 

Karol

 

I know!

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Netflix has all kinds on it worth watching, there's some great stuff on there. I wouldn't have started with Stranger Things.

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Well, I didn't start with Stranger Things, I've been a Netflix subscriber for like 7 years.  It's just the last of their original programing that I've seen.

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My babysitter in the early 90s watched The Young and the Restless religiously.  I haven't seen a single episode of a daytime soap since then.

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22 hours ago, nightscape94 said:

Well, I didn't start with Stranger Things, I've been a Netflix subscriber for like 7 years.  It's just the last of their original programing that I've seen.

 

Watch The OA.

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16 minutes ago, Woj said:

No, but I will when I lose my job and go back on unemployment. 

 

I tape them automatically during the day and watch them at night.

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20 minutes ago, Quintus said:

Do you any of the 'big' shows, Drax? 

 

What does this mean?

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I'm not sure what he means by 'big' shows either. As opposed to 'small' ones?

 

Here are all the TV shows I've ever seen from start to finish. Some even several times.

 

Seinfeld

The Simpsons (seasons 1-17, 20, only ones available in DVD/BD)

Star Trek

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Stargate SG-1

Stargate: Atlantis

The X-Files

Smallville

MacGyver

Lost in Space

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Angel

Firefly

Sliders

Seaquest DSV

Batman '66

War of the Worlds '88

Xena: The Warrior Princess

Boston Legal

Damages

Dallas (reboot)

Dynasty

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles '87

The Real Ghostbusters

Godzilla the Series, '98

Married... With Children

RoboCop: The Series

V '09

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Count Duckula

Eerie Indiana

Goosebumps

American Gothic

The Visitor

The Twilight Zone '59 and '85

Tales from the Darkside

Tales from the Crypt

A Haunting

The World at War

 

If there are any more I remember, I'll add them.

 

The ones I routinely watch these days that are actually airing are B&B and Wheel of Fortune.

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2 hours ago, Jay said:

 

What does this mean?

 

You didn't understand? I meant current 'golden age' productions. It's not really any different to asking somebody if they watch all the big movie releases over the course of the year or so. I don't think it's a particularly opaque question.

 

1 hour ago, Sally Spectra said:

I'm not sure what he means by 'big' shows either. As opposed to 'small' ones?

 

Here are all the TV shows I've ever seen from start to finish. Some even several times.

 

Seinfeld

The Simpsons (seasons 1-17, 20, only ones available in DVD/BD)

Star Trek

Star Trek: The Next Generation

Stargate SG-1

Stargate: Atlantis

The X-Files

Smallville

MacGyver

Lost in Space

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Angel

Firefly

Sliders

Seaquest DSV

Batman '66

War of the Worlds '88

Xena: The Warrior Princess

Boston Legal

Damages

Dallas (reboot)

Dynasty

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles '87

The Real Ghostbusters

Godzilla the Series, '98

Married... With Children

RoboCop: The Series

V '09

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

Count Duckula

Eerie Indiana

Goosebumps

American Gothic

The Visitor

The Twilight Zone '59 and '85

Tales from the Darkside

Tales from the Crypt

A Haunting

The World at War

 

If there are any more I remember, I'll add them.

 

The ones I routinely watch these days that are actually airing are B&B and Wheel of Fortune.

 

So that's a no then.

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21 minutes ago, Quintus said:

 

You didn't understand? I meant current 'golden age' productions. It's not really any different to asking somebody if they watch all the big movie releases over the course of the year or so. I don't think it's a particularly opaque question.

 

 

Read your post again please.  The one I quoted and asked about.  You forgot a word.

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We discovered Family Guy on holiday in England. ReAlly loved it, got the first season today.

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Oh sorry I see what you mean now, my bad. 'WATCH' should have been inserted into the sentence.

 

This is actually something I do all the time, I drive myself mad with it. Even after I read back what I've typed I'll often fail to see the missing words. I put it down to my age and tiredness, but it's probably some obscure condition I've developed.

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4 hours ago, Quintus said:

 

You didn't understand? I meant current 'golden age' productions. It's not really any different to asking somebody if they watch all the big movie releases over the course of the year or so. I don't think it's a particularly opaque question.

 

 

So that's a no then.

 

Feeling snooty today?

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Watched the first two episodes of Chewing Gum on Netflix.  A British import they're billing as a Netflix Original.

 

I love it!  Really really funny and endearing.

 

Two thumbs up!

 

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5 minutes ago, Stefancos said:

Chav Central, by the looks of it!

 

Some of that for sure, but it's definitely pretty thoughtful about looking beyond the stereotypes too.  It's a really good show!

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It's not marketing.  It's me calling it what it literally is: a show produced and aired in the UK that Netflix purchased the rights to show in the US.  An import from the UK.

 

And the show may be unknown to you, but presumably somebody must be watching because the creator/star, Michaela Coel, won the BAFTA for Best Female Comedy Performance and it's had 2 seasons.

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