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On 12/10/2016 at 10:43 AM, True Blue said:

Any of you lot looking forward to Walking dead season 7? The premiere is due in about 2 weeks, who dies next? I am thinking Glen or Abraham.

what a crappy show, you just watch it in order to see who dies next... pathetic.

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9 hours ago, Dalmore said:

 

what a crappy show, you just watch it in order to see who dies next... pathetic.

You on your period mate?

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I'm not really into anime but the Death Note is fucking amazing http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0877057/ Just thought I'd recommend to everyone.

Actually rated #26 in imdb's top TV shows.

 

 

I had a break of a few months from watching anything at all. Right now I'm catching up with Narcos, House of Cards and Sherlock, and also started watching Stranger Things. By the way, anyone else thinks we're living in the golden age of TV series? Amazing stuff coming out every now and then.

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On 27/10/2016 at 11:27 AM, Machado said:

I'm not really into anime but the Death Note is fucking amazing http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0877057/ Just thought I'd recommend to everyone.

Actually rated #26 in imdb's top TV shows.

 

 

I had a break of a few months from watching anything at all. Right now I'm catching up with Narcos, House of Cards and Sherlock, and also started watching Stranger Things. By the way, anyone else thinks we're living in the golden age of TV series? Amazing stuff coming out every now and then.

I do agree. but there is a massive drought of shows with a positive, uplifting or inspiring narrative.

Its all crime or villain type characters (cards, hannibal, dexter, narcos, etc). within that confine there's a lot of great shit out there but it's really only one part of the spectrum. ..

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5 hours ago, Mr Red said:

I do agree. but there is a massive drought of shows with a positive, uplifting or inspiring narrative.

Its all crime or villain type characters (cards, hannibal, dexter, narcos, etc). within that confine there's a lot of great shit out there but it's really only one part of the spectrum. ..

Thrillers and Crime series seem to draw the most audience these days. Personally I love the genre.

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Watched both seasons of Rick and Morty and all three seasons of The Big Lez Show (technically a YouTube series but oh well) over the last couple of weeks and I highly recommend both.

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On 9/5/2016 at 3:44 PM, GGGon said:

Finally getting around to Game of Thrones...finished season 1 and enjoyed it, but going to watch Stranger Things before going any further.

Finished now, watched the last 3 or 4 series at a rate of about one a week lol. Probably gonna fill the gap with Black Mirror, Humans and something a bit lighter (Rick and Morty?) until Westworld's all out and I can binge that.

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Just finished Black Sails season 3, it was my favourite season to date and i cant wait for the fourth (and last) installment next year. I would highly recommend it, alot of fun to watch and some really good characters and acting. 

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On 10/27/2016 at 1:27 AM, Machado said:

I'm not really into anime but the Death Note is fucking amazing http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0877057/ Just thought I'd recommend to everyone.

Actually rated #26 in imdb's top TV shows.

 

 

I had a break of a few months from watching anything at all. Right now I'm catching up with Narcos, House of Cards and Sherlock, and also started watching Stranger Things. By the way, anyone else thinks we're living in the golden age of TV series? Amazing stuff coming out every now and then.

 It is.

 Saw it 8 years ago. I preferred the story line with L than the later. 

Wanted to say that the first season of Fargo was bloody fantastic. BBT stole the show. 

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I caught the first season of 'Into The Badlands' while we were away for the weekend and enjoyed it.. A good mix of blood an violence and enough intrigue to keep me interested.. 

Daniel Wu who plays sunny is a likable character considering what a mass killer he is.. 

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On 01/11/2016 at 4:52 AM, GGGon said:

Finished now, watched the last 3 or 4 series at a rate of about one a week lol. Probably gonna fill the gap with Black Mirror, Humans and something a bit lighter (Rick and Morty?) until Westworld's all out and I can binge that.

Dude!

I like binge watching but only when i don't discover the show until late. .. once I'm onto the show I'm hanging out for each weeks installment and gossiping about it the next day around the water cooler...

I could never knowingly allow a show to pile up just so i could binge watch it

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On 10/31/2016 at 7:46 PM, Viva la Bayern said:

Just finished Black Sails season 3, it was my favourite season to date and i cant wait for the fourth (and last) installment next year. I would highly recommend it, alot of fun to watch and some really good characters and acting. 

Yeah, it's class!

Finished Stranger Things and loved it. 

Now on to see what the fuss is about with Westworld. 

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3 hours ago, Mr Red said:

Dude!

I like binge watching but only when i don't discover the show until late. .. once I'm onto the show I'm hanging out for each weeks installment and gossiping about it the next day around the water cooler...

I could never knowingly allow a show to pile up just so i could binge watch it

 

I guess I got into 'proper' TV with Breaking Bad, and all but the final eight episodes of that were out when I started, so it feels natural in a way. There's a lot of stuff on at the moment I want to watch, and I'm not a huge fan of having multiple things on the go at once. 

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Currently watching Ash vs Evil Dead. The first episode was class.

Trying to decide if it's worth watching Preacher, due to the lack of time. 

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Decide to start watching Preacher. Solid first episode. 

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11 hours ago, Mr Red said:

Westworld is the best show on tv right now i.m.o.

I agree, I'm absolutely loving it, hoping it gets renewed by HBO.

 

Finally got round to watching Always Sunny while I was hungover and I'm already half way through season 2 :biggrin:

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just started watching Black Mirror. From the start. Thought I'd seen it before but turns out not. 

Amazing but surreal. So creative.

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Just finished season 2 of Peaky Blinders and it's very good. Didn't know John Stones was an actor as well.

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Southland. Couple of episodes in and I'm loving the police drama. Feels real and raw.

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A few episodes into Rick and Morty season 2, it's definitely growing on me

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Have started watching Stranger Things. Loving it so far and I'm not normally into that type of show. 

Also new "season" of Sherlock.  Awesome as ever so far. 

Also picking back up on Vikings which had a long break after the first ten eps of season 4. That's back now and has me pretty booked again pretty quickly. Looking forward to seeing what happens to Ragnar on his trip to the UK.

 

It's tough having three shows on the bounce. 

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Anyone seen Atlanta? It's a comedy-drama written by and starring Donald Glover/Childish Gambino about two cousins trying come up in the Atlanta rap scene in order to improve the lives of themselves and their families. It's incredibly well written and shot and can be side splittingly funny at times while still maintaining a serious tone. I binge watched the whole of it last night because it was excellent. I'd highly recommend this if you're into hip-hop - although hip-hop is more of a backdrop to the series than the driving force of each episode - or like dark, slightly surreal humour.  

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Started Shooter the other night. Watched the first eight episodes. Very good so far.

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Watched the first two episodes of black mirror. Loved it. I can see why it's so highly rated.

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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events :D

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The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Really cool show. A cross between 30 Rock and Malcolm in the Middle worth more likeable characters. 

 

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Watching Mad Men at the moment, having just completed Stranger Things. Looking to get back into Sherlock soon and maybe checking out Narcos.

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Watching 'The Goldbergs''. Light, sitcom-y version of The Wonder Years and thoroughly enjoyable. Almost every episode is based on true events from the creator's life, and he proves that by showing a small video clip from his old tapes at the end of each episode, which I think is lovely. 

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Will be caught up with A Series of Unfortunate Events this weekend, then I think I've not got anything to watch until Better Call Saul comes back. Might check out Mr Robot since I've got Amazon Prime just now.

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Currently watching the new season of Black Sails and also moved onto Black Mirror just finished season 2 of that.

Have to say I was expecting Black Mirror to be better than what I've seen so far. 

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I've just caught up to date in current seasons of Brooklyn Nine Nine (excellent), New Girl (average), the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt  (excellent), Vikings (good), and Versailles (good).

I can see Vikings struggling to reestablish itself since the mid season hiatus it hasn't been the same. They have their work cut out for them in season 5...

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Ah well,  nice that you throw in a massive fucking spoiler about Vikings there. 🙄

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What are you talking about? That is no spoiler at all. 

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