Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by progrocker71, Feb 7, 2013.
Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives
The Twilight Zone - "In Praise Of Pip"
Anyone who's only seen Jack Klugman in The Odd Couple (a great show it was), has no idea what an incredible dramatic actor Jack Klugman was.
This moved me to tears.
agree 100% plus we got Will Robinson before he was...LOVE this episode and Jack...a favorite for many years.
Lost In Space...
Even better second viewing.
Antony Starr deserves another Banshee series. A lot of of photos on his Twitter account.
The Andy Griffith Show - Opie And The Bully.
Gentleman Jack - 2 episodes in and I'm not quite sure, but I think this one's very special. Due in no small part to the powerhouse performance of lead actor; Suranne Jones. Surprised at the lack of chatter around here for this one!
Game Of Thrones...
What is OA?
Les Mis on PBS....really enjoying this....Dominic West is always good
Fosse/Verdon on FX...subject may not be everyones cup of tea but so far it's right up their with any of the quality projects FX has done. Williams and Rockwell are great. I see many Emmys coming.
Big Bang Theory
Snake City marathon on Nat Geo.
Leave It To Beaver episode "Beaver's Birthday." The Beav sure was a sap.
I watched The Johnny Cash show a few weeks ago. After we dropped cable all I can pick up is CBS and some oldies station.
Bosch season 5 finale.
Any love here for Whiskey Cavalier. It’s fluff but pretty well done fluff. Cast is good-who knew Lauren Conrad was this good-and I really like the music use. Enjoying it.
Gentlemen Jack on HBO. Interesting Victorian true story drama about a lesbian business owner land baron named Anne Lister and her life. Lead actress outstanding and the story is quite unique. 2episodes in and I’ll keep watching.
The Vet Life on Animal Planet
Halfway through the fourth and final season of Nikita, although it only consists of six episodes. I guess they knew they were getting cancelled but got enough to wrap up the narrative. No extras at all.
Currently watching Episode 11 of the BBC drama Colditz (1972/3) on DVD.
Mysteries of the Abandoned on the Science Channel
It's a TV show on Amazon Prime. A blind woman comes back from being a missing person after seven years and has her sight. Most of the episodes are "flashback" of what was going on in those seven years.
It is one of those new crop of TV shows that are basically using a "soap opera" format. That is, a story that could easily unfold effectively in a two hour movie plays out over a couple of seasons of episodes. These are shows for people that really don't have much to do when they are not at work and are looking for something to follow in all that time they have.
I like shows like "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", or Firefly, where each episode stands on its own as a story with a beginning, middle and end, though it is part of a different, larger story.
Not much of a TV watcher, but Bosch is a well-done, intriguing detective show. Character is a vinyl & Jazz lover to boot....
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