Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by progrocker71, Feb 7, 2013.
Raised by wolves. It was good if a bit derivative at times. It had some cool twits that made it a little more unique than most. It reminded me of the old TV show Earth 2 from 1994-5
30 Rock - Season 1
Challenge of the Superfriends - "Doomsday"
The Social Dilemma on Netflix. I deleted my Facebook account, changed my search engine to DuckDuckGo, and I'm reconsidering forums such as this one!
I hope you meant "twists"! I enjoyed it, too.
Ted Lasso - It was crap. I knew I wouldn't like beforehand (I'm more of a arthouse/world cinema guy) but I'm a Juno Temple completist. It looks like I'll have to endure a 2nd season next year, but I'd even watch a series of Juno reading from the phone book!
Little Birds - Again, watched it solely for Juno Temple. I liked it.
Australian Story. 30 minutes on ex Pogs guitarist and Aunty Jack actor Rory O'Donohue who hid his schizophrenia from his family and his co-workers. Tragic.
The Bureau - Season 5 from France on Sundance Now. Still the greatest tv series unknown to North America.
Abbott & Costello TV Show...on DVD of which looks like crap...but, I do love the show. Funny I bought this set 2 times and both were junk.
I'm currently hooked on Perry Mason viewing on MEtv, twice daily. Some episodes feature some very young yet recognizable actors/actresses. This mornings episode featured Barbara Eden.
Another thing I noticed is there are maybe 4 different openings in the courtroom and there have been multiple DA's. And the cars are all top notch.
The Head (season one, episode six) great ending, two crazy plot twists. Highly recommended.
Fargo (season four, episode one) Pretty good so far. The next episode is online already.
Silly stupid fun. I love it!
Ozzie & Harriet with commercials!
It's still a form of social media, albeit not as odious as others such as FB, Twitter, and Instagram. Anyway, let's not derail this thread any further.
Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Detectives. S1 E1.
Really enjoyable, undemanding viewing. And...Jo Joyner is always
Started watching Prison Break from the mid 2000s. Saw season 1 when first aired and enjoyed it.
Every episode is a cliffhanger, fairly fast paced.
Plot-wise its a little on the ridiculous side and mostly improbable, but I can suspend disbelief for a bit.
The Season 5 premiere of Baroness Von Sketch Show.
IFC On Demand decided to release it early before it comes out on Thursday, and my mom and I decided to watch it.
Lucky Dog on PlutoTV
The superb Adventures of Sherlock Holmes with Jeremy Brett and David Burke.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer on Amazon Prime
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