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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by markymark_ctown, Dec 11, 2012.
Thinking about starting "Luther" via Netflix.
Yeah or Neah?
One of the best cop shows I've ever seen. Idris Elba is so good.
Worth watching. Though it's hardly a big investment of your time to watch considering how short the "seasons" are.
I thought the first season was brilliant, but when I heard what they were doing in the second, I knew the show had already jumped the shark.
Then the second season was brilliant too.
(I refer to
bringing back Alice.)
a HUGE yeah!
There's only 10 total episodes (6 for season one and 4 for season 2), so not a massive investment.
Season 3 is being made now. Not sure how many episodes, but it's great drama.
Season 3 is supposedly only 4 episodes if I'm remembering correctly.
Season 2 was really only two episodes...two two-hour movies each divided in two for broadcast.
Another thumbs up for Luther, one of the better British imports.
I also really loved Whitechapel which didn't get a lot of love.
Absolutely yes! Love Idris Elba to bits!
thanks all - adding to the queue...
Idris Elba pulls off a British accent perfectly, by the way. After first seeing him in The Wire, I was shocked at how well he could do the British accent.
Nah, he sounds pretty phony to me.
Nothing like Alistair Cooke!
A big thumbs up for Luther.
Started watching this week. Only 3 episodes in, but enjoying it so far.
4 episodes in for me now...like it alot. Idris Elba is fantastic, and i enjoyed his run in the Wire too.
only drawback for me is trying to understand the dialogue completely with the british accents. but i guess subtitles can fix that. but can't these people just speak english, for cripe sake!
He was really easy to understand in Prometheus. He was also very boring -- completely miscast. I always have subtitles on, what I don't really understand is why Netflix doesn't have a way of "remembering" this preference.
now thru season 2, episode 2.
who are the mother & daughter (prostitute) that luther is helping out? i missed it.
I never had trouble understanding Luther, or most of them, actually. But that other detective... the young guy? I really had to pay attention to him, and still missed some of it. I think he's Scottish, but I'm not sure.