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I don't know if it's been brought up before but Our Planet is some phenomenal filmmaking, like a Netflix Original version of Planet Earth or Blue Planet. Narrated by Attenborough too.

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6 hours ago, MSU said:

Yeah. Not so much, though, in Season 2 when his total wid wife goes in. He comes across as a bit of dick. 

Didn't realise there was a Series 2, is that on Netflix?

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3 hours ago, LondonHMFC said:

Didn't realise there was a Series 2, is that on Netflix?

It's on Hulu over here. Think there were a good few seasons of it, maybe five or six?

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On 11/10/2019 at 15:19, quickoverayard said:

Haha aye she's huge!!! The x marine does well. Good wee twist at the end with him too.

Got it finished at the weekend. Really enjoyed it.

Got the twist and went WTF.. could have told us that a bit earlier.  I cringed like fu[k at the interview woman crying... i did wonder where he was going with the story.

Hope Netflix pickes shows the next couple of series, hopefully they move it around after series 2. it'll be a bit suspiscious if the hold it in the same place.

I do struggle to believe that Robert is a teacher. who in their right mind, espically they have now saw him in his house, would employ him to be near kids?

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Has anyone watched 60 Days In? I'm half way through. Find it frightening and hilarious in equal measure. I also want a couple of the participants to get a kicking.

Only 1 season has been added to Netflix, never realised it's been going since 2016.

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I watched the first few seasons on 60 Days In when it was on TV here, seasons 1-3 were pretty interested, by season 2 some of the real cons were smart enough to realise that maybe the cameras were there film 60 Days In, by season 4 it became pretty obvious to a lot of them and I stopped watching. 

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Was excited to hear Seinfeld is coming to Netflix only to realise its not till 2021!

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I hate being out of the loop of a show that if I miss it initially I usually just dismiss it and never try to catch up! Stubborn denial.

This morning sitting bored after my dog walk and missus still ko'd, I went on netflix and started watching 'Mad Men'.

1 full episode watched, seemed decent, easy watch.. Worth dedicating 7 series or so of my time and life with it?

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I hate being out of the loop of a show that if I miss it initially I usually just dismiss it and never try to catch up! Stubborn denial.

This morning sitting bored after my dog walk and missus still ko'd, I went on netflix and started watching 'Mad Men'.

1 full episode watched, seemed decent, easy watch.. Worth dedicating 7 series or so of my time and life with it?

100%. One of my favourite box sets, Don Draper and Roger Sterling are cool as f**k.

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4 hours ago, SaltandPepe said:

I hate being out of the loop of a show that if I miss it initially I usually just dismiss it and never try to catch up! Stubborn denial.

This morning sitting bored after my dog walk and missus still ko'd, I went on netflix and started watching 'Mad Men'.

1 full episode watched, seemed decent, easy watch.. Worth dedicating 7 series or so of my time and life with it?

Absolutely.

Fantastically written and acted, and full of wids.

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Just finished watching Seasons 1 and 2 of the Australian show Glitch about a bunch of local people who come back from the dead. It's pretty good with each of the Risen trying to regain memories of their lives and the local Cop trying to find out how and why they were brought back.

I've heard that Season 3 is terrible and nowhere as good as 1 and 2 but there's only 6 episodes so I'll give it a go with no great expectations.

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Just finished watching Seasons 1 and 2 of the Australian show Glitch about a bunch of local people who come back from the dead. It's pretty good with each of the Risen trying to regain memories of their lives and the local Cop trying to find out how and why they were brought back.
I've heard that Season 3 is terrible and nowhere as good as 1 and 2 but there's only 6 episodes so I'll give it a go with no great expectations.
Sounds very similar to Les Revenants which was then remade into an American version called The Returned.

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Watched the first few episodes of Sunderland till I die. Really enjoying it so far, reflects both the off field and on field well.

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Just finished this and it is just fantastic.
One of the rare shows that I was actually thinking about during the day - the characters are great and by the end the tension is unbearable!


A quick shout out for season 2 of Trapped which is also fantastic.

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Watched 'Dolemite is My Name' with Eddie Murphy on Saturday, quite a good film and worth a watch if you are looking for something not too heavy.  Good soundtrack as well!

 

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1 hour ago, fuzzydunlop said:

Watched 'Dolemite is My Name' with Eddie Murphy on Saturday, quite a good film and worth a watch if you are looking for something not too heavy.  Good soundtrack as well!

 

Was just going to post the same. Proper feelgood film. 

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On 16/10/2019 at 22:01, Doctor said:

Was excited to hear Seinfeld is coming to Netflix only to realise its not till 2021!

I am currently going through it with my boy on Amazon Prime. 

The 90s had some fantastic comedy.  Seinfeld, Frasier, Father Ted and so many more. Far better than now. 

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I am currently going through it with my boy on Amazon Prime. 
The 90s had some fantastic comedy.  Seinfeld, Frasier, Father Ted and so many more. Far better than now. 
All subjective really so it's all a matter of opinion. My two favourite sitcoms are It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Trailer Park Boys, released in 2005 and '01 respectively. Seinfeld was probably a trailblazer though. I'm sure their mantra was "no hugging, no learning". That can be applied to Sunny in Philly and a bit to TPB so they clearly took something away from it.

I'd probably say there are as many shite sitcoms from each of the times. If I had a top 10 I'd probably have just about an even amount from the 90s and 00s.

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I'd agree with that, actually. The 00's brought us Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Office, Nighty Night and a few more that had me in stitches.

As for bad sitcoms, that could be a thread in itself. The 70s right to now, TV is awash with them. For every Red Dwarf, there is a Brittas Empire. For every Fawlty Towers, there is a Terry and June.

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