Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by progrocker71, Feb 7, 2013.
Big Little Lies.
I've just watched one episode so far but it's got me intrigued. Kinda makes me glad I never got married though! Looking forward to watching episode two tomorrow.
I am in the midst of making my way through 24, I am currently nearing the end of the 5th season and I haven't enjoyed watching a show through for the first time this much since The Sopranos. I do regret waiting until now to watch it though.
On my fourth viewing of the complete series ( ain’t got no life ).
Really enjoying this show.
On Becoming A God In Central Florida-Showtime
Kirsten Dunst was great in the second season of Fargo. She dramatically ups her game in this surreal show about multi-level marketing (MLM-like Amway) set in the 90's. She totally dominates the show and is a force of nature that you can't take your eyes off of. Alexander Skarsgard is almost unrecognizable, and the always enigmatic Ted Levine plays the creepy head of the company Dunst finds herself trying to navigate. Highly addictive, well written, and a little crazy-find it and watch it.
I'm also watching the merciful final season of The Affair, truly a show that should have ended a few seasons ago. This is simply a case of getting closure for these characters, and I've stuck with it this long. The funny thing about this show, aside from the interesting dramatic device of looking at the same events from different points of view, is that it is well written. But when you lose two of the leads (and the more interesting ones) in one go, it makes it hard to keep watching-but here I am.
The practical effects, sound effects and that bike are better than sex.
I've been watching Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Never saw the show until a few months ago. On the 11th season now.
Fear The Walking Dead...
did not know about this? ...what's it about?
A superb crime thriller, mystery and psychological drama. Hugh plays a Neuropsychiatrist with interesting cases that he gets way too involved in. There is another character that I don't want to say anything about, except that he is one the coolest, most interesting characters I have even seen on a TV show.
cool...miss Dr House...love Hugh! been a fan since his early UK days...Jeeves & Wooster, etc...
Nicole looks so different since the work she had done...she looks like a Real Doll in that pic! LOL...
Great new show by Danny McBride!
Cool - Thanks for posting! Never heard of it before now. Watched trailer. Hugh Laurie And Gretchen Mol...I'm in!
Season 1, Episode 2.
BBC crime-drama. Starring: John Simm of Life On Mars BBC. Season 2 stars Philip Gleister (co-star w/Simm in Life On Mars).
Bizarre: Show ended w/Radiohead's Karma Police. I'd posted here, elsewhere that John Simm kinda reminded me of a good looking version of Thom Yorke! (Maybe not so bizarre; someone on show..writers, casting, maybe John Simm, himself, saw it, too!)
Great show; premise like The Fugitive, yet different. Superb acting!
1. John Simm. 2. Thom Yorke
Burns and Allen.
Humans 3.0 (aka: Season 3) - Episode 1
This has been a fantastic show!!
Everything I'd thought Westworld might be, but, despite greatly enjoying that entire cast in other productions, it just left me flat. Maybe that might interest me more, once having completed this. (I take my time watching & exercise discipline to only view no more than 2 episodes @ a time of anything I'm watching, since there's little new-er fare that pulls me in & those that do, are usually taken off! However, I do need to find more comedies to intersperse such intense programming...where I don't need to focus as diligently while viewing!
Humans (stylised as HUM∀NS) is a science fiction television series that debuted on Channel 4. Written by the British team Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley, based on the Swedish science fiction drama Real Humans, the series explores the themes of artificial intelligence and robotics, focusing on the social, cultural, and psychological impact of the invention of anthropomorphic robots called "synths".
One year after the dawn of consciousness, a decimated and oppressed Synth population fights to survive in a world that hates and fears them.
In December 2015, Humans was voted Digital Spy's "Top Show of 2015," described as managing "to stand out as something totally different in a TV landscape awash with cop shows and crime thrillers... And its fearlessness, its creativity and its quality all deserve to be recognised."
(There's no spoilers in 3.0 upload.)
Presently watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Season 2), Star Trek DS9 (season 2), Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries (season 1), Foyle's War (season 3), and Berlin Station (season 1).
PBS on Roku
Loretta Lynn: Still A Mountain Girl
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