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AndyBen

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#1 09/10/2020 at 21:40

After literally watching everything on TV over lockdown and series being cancelled or postponed, thought I'd recommend the following shows.

Generation Kill - USMC invading Iraq 2003

Brave New World - Dystopian Future

Condor S2 - CIA Thriller

Gangs of London - Gangs, in London

Ozark S3 - Money Laundering Heroin dealer in US

Better Call Saul S5

Homeland S8 final series

Reprisal - 50's inspired trashy drama

For All Mankind - 1969's Space Race Alt-Reality

Watchmen - Comic Book series

Treadstone - Jason Bourne

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ProfessorPlum

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#2 09/10/2020 at 21:59

That Brave New World looks interesting. Where did you get all these from? Netflix? All being well I'm going to be signing up at the end of the month. I think they've just put "Fargo" up, I'll be watching all them again all being well.
I came across this site whilst looking around, it's really good for seeing what any of the providers are showing.

https://www.justwatch.com/uk

“Socialism only works in two places: heaven where they don’t need it and hell were they already have it”. Ronald Reagan 

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AndyBen

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#3 09/10/2020 at 22:10

Currently watching Fargo S4.

Combination of Netflix, sky, prime video and the snide websites/IPTV.

Was really impressed with Generation Kill, watched all episodes over past two days while I'm signed off 

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ProfessorPlum

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#4 09/10/2020 at 22:19

The Fargo series are right up my street, just love dark comedy and that is right up there with the best of them.

Can't wait now to get rid of Sky and get the Netflix fired up, I'll have a look at that Generation Kill and Brave New World, I like the Dystopian stuff as well. 

“Socialism only works in two places: heaven where they don’t need it and hell were they already have it”. Ronald Reagan 

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LiamOwl

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#5 09/10/2020 at 22:28

I haven’t seen Brave New World, only seen the adverts but if you like that you may like Westworld.

Watched Homeland “live”, currently watching it all through again. Think it’s hugely underrated, dips a little in the middle admittedly but the first few and last few series are as good as anything else I’ve seen I think.  

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AndyBen

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#6 10/10/2020 at 08:34

Loved westworld, Liam.  

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KingMong

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#7 10/10/2020 at 09:14

I get HBO in Poland, so my big two are;

Lovecraft Country, which is excellent.
Raised by Wolves, which is even more excellent.

Really enjoyed Watchmen, and I am just about to watch series 2 of The Boys.

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owl4ever1867

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#8 10/10/2020 at 09:17

Just watched Cobra Kai, brilliant series, mind you I am a big fan of the Karate Kid films. 

He Who Dares. 

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AndyBen

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#9 10/10/2020 at 10:12

Cobra Kai was one of those 'So shit its good' series 

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AndyBen

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#10 10/10/2020 at 10:13

Theres some great foreign language series around, as well, especially as now moist of the newer ones come with English dubbing 

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tylluan

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#11 10/10/2020 at 10:39

Big yes for Watchmen and, if anyone still hasn't watched The Man in the High Castle then it's a must see.

Also revisiting The Sopranos while I'm working from home. Forgot how good it was.

The Mrs is watching New Amsterdam, which is like Grey's anatomy on acid. She also raves about Lucifer but I thought it was shit.

There's a couple of series on Prime I'm half way through.
Hunters. Mossad tracking down Nazis in 70s America.
The Crossing. Time travel thing where loads of people wash up on the coast claiming to be fleeing a war 150 years in the future. It's a slow burner but it drew me in.
Upload. Quirky little thing where you can live on after death by uploading your consciousness into a virtual reality and still interact with the living. The main character finds out he's been murdered.  

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Owling_Wolf

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#12 10/10/2020 at 11:25

I feel like I'm living in a virtual reality presently. I just can't remember doing the upload.  

We must not give opposition teams hope. We have to kill them. 

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lyn_owl

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#13 10/10/2020 at 11:38

Would recommend "The Stranger" on Netflix, a bit slow to start with, but it's like a good book you can't put down,
we watched 5 episodes back to back, then the rest the next day. 

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AndyBen

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#14 10/10/2020 at 11:45

Big yes for Watchmen and, if anyone still hasn't watched The Man in the High Castle then it's a must see.

Also revisiting The Sopranos while I'm working from home. Forgot how good it was.

The Mrs is watching New Amsterdam, which is like Grey's anatomy on acid. She also raves about Lucifer but I thought it was shit.

There's a couple of series on Prime I'm half way through.
Hunters. Mossad tracking down Nazis in 70s America.
The Crossing. Time travel thing where loads of people wash up on the coast claiming to be fleeing a war 150 years in the future. It's a slow burner but it drew me in.
Upload. Quirky little thing where you can live on after death by uploading your consciousness into a virtual reality and still interact with the living. The main character finds out he's been murdered.
tylluan, 10/10/2020 at 10:39


There's a sopranos prequel series coming out with James Gandolfinis son playing young Tony 

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P_O_T_R

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#15 10/10/2020 at 14:05

Watched, or our lass did. 'Little fires everywhere' in 1 go 

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