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Scrubs. I've lost track of how many times I've seen this series, I love it and never tire of watching it.

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Utterly gripped by Spacey's Iago. Though I'm wondering if Mrs Underwood might not be his match...Lady Macbeth.

(I like the soundtrack too...very effective)

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Nash Bridges, Season 5. Not the best season, but easy to breeze through while organizing stuff for my move.

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Tonight, Hannibal season 3 episode 3. Still the best show on television.

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Inspector Lewis - watching the entire series. Just finished set 5. I've seen them all before, but it's enjoyable to revisit them.

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Game of Thrones Season 4 Blu-ray.

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Just set up the new season of True Detective to record.

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Hannibal. Definitely the best series on broadcast TV, nothing else even comes remotely close to be honest.

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Just set up the new season of True Detective to record.

I have a problem with seeing some actors as embodying the role they are playing, and Colin Farrell is one of them. I hope he will be more to me than Colin Farrell with a moustache this time.

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Old Donald Duck cartoons on Youtube.

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Hannibal.  Definitely the best series on broadcast TV, nothing else even comes remotely close to be honest.  

I think 'The Good Wife' is better.

Currently watching season 5.

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Hannibal.  Definitely the best series on broadcast TV, nothing else even comes remotely close to be honest.  

I think 'The Good Wife' is better.

Currently watching season 5.

NBC cancelled Hannibal.

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Hannibal.  Definitely the best series on broadcast TV, nothing else even comes remotely close to be honest.  

I think 'The Good Wife' is better.

Currently watching season 5.

I like The Good Wife a lot, but it's going downhill imo and Hannibal has such incredible production it's almost in a class of its own in TVland.

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I watched both Teen Beach movies tonight, enjoyable, light weight entertainment.  Relaxing after such a wild week. 

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1864 - Ole Bonedal (2014) Danish tv series.

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Slow in the initial set up and not sure about the flashback framing but no denying it's emotional and visual impact.

The battle scenes are, and I choose my words carefully, worthy of Kubrick and quite exceptionally well done, especially for a tv series, with the technologically advanced Prussian artilllery bombardment frighteningly depicted. Scathingly shows the hubris and fairy tale naivety of the inept and amateurish Danish political establishment. They literally had no idea what they had started.

Recommended, dodgy flashback framing notwithstanding.

 

 

 

 

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So wanted to watch the premier of "Humans" (AMC) this morning but didn't have time to watch it all and didn't want to only watch two-thirds of it. Will watch it this afternoon. Looks great!

Yesterday I watched two episodes of the goofy sixth season of "Nash Bridges."

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Watching "Humans." Promising new show!

Very Phil Dickian.

 

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Watching "Humans." Promising new show!

Very Phil Dickian.

 

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I enjoyed it, good stuff that exceeded my minimal expectations.

The ordinary looking , techno light present day British setting worked well, the absence of the ubiquitous all American hero type lead and assistant hotty was welcome too.

I thought William Hurt's new upgraded NHS model was very droll, complete with bureaucrat speak software.

We can also watch without fear of some corporate jobsworth axing it because of low ratings !


BTW, what's with the double spacing on the new board software ?

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Inspector Lewis set 7

 

Ah, I'm a fan as well. Did you also watch Morse?

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Inspector Lewis set 7

 

Ah, I'm a fan as well. Did you also watch Morse?

Yes. And I'm going to start watching them again in the very near future.

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Ah, I'm a fan as well. Did you also watch Morse?

Yes. And I'm going to start watching them again in the very near future.

I don't think I've ever seen one quite like Morse. There are some pretty good Skandanivian ones in this genre as well when you're interested. Wallander to name one.

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Inspector Lewis set 7

 

Ah, I'm a fan as well. Did you also watch Morse?

Yes. And I'm going to start watching them again in the very near future.

I don't think I've ever seen one quite like Morse. There are some pretty good Skandanivian ones in this genre as well when you're interested. Wallander to name one.

Wallander was very good. Just make sure it's the Swedish one, not Kenneth Branagh.

I like Morse too but have to admit that the last time I watched some of my complete Morse collection it came across as a bit dated and the curmudgeonery side of Morse's personality that I'd previously been quite at home with seemed slightly grating.

I'd recommend 'Case Histories' BBC 2011-2013.

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