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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by JohnB1000, Sep 26, 2013.
VPN plus BBC iPlayer. No torrents.
Nope. If you had read the thread, you'd know that this is NOT legit!
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If only people were as interested in TV shows as they are in being "right".
I just started watching Vera and I fell asleep during each of the first two episodes. The first episode of The Escape Artist did a better job of keeping me awake.
I really enjoyed Silk, but you have to stick with it. It takes a bit to get going and the first court case is pretty lame. But it gets much better. It's also interesting watching how the Brit court system works.
Yeah, Vera is a bit slow moving, but we like it. And we really enjoy Silk - looking forward to the third season.
Thanks for the recommendations for Waking the Dead and Afterlife. We're watching both and enjoying them. Interesting that the medium's name is Alison (as was the case in "Medium" which was based on the real life Alison DuBois)
I'm binge watching Red Dwarf on Amazon Instant and/or Netflix. What a howl!
Watching episode 5 of the first season I'm wondering who that slick guy is. He sounds like an American (as does Cat.)
I see the credits. Mind blown!
Man Sherlock really reminded me of Doctor Who tonight.
Speaking of Doctor Who, I just watched the first episode of Coupling yesterday and loved it. Seeing a young Gina Bellman was a surprise and a treat (she played Sophie on the US TV series "Leverage"). As for the Doctor Who angle, Coupling was written by Stephen Moffat, who has penned quite a few Doctor Who episodes.
I also watched the first episode of Blake's 7 over the weekend. Talk about a flashback to the 60's! I had seen a few episodes of the show ages ago and I forgot just how primitive the production values were. It's like watching the original Doctor Who series with William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton.
I've also got episodes of Moone Boy and The Misfits I'm looking forward to watching. All of my regular shaws are starting back up after the holiday break so It's going to be hard to find the time to fit them in.
Moone Boy is great. Misfits I also enjoyed, especially seasons 1,2 and the last one.
Blakes 7 was 70's right ?
Mad Dogs had a very weird ending, general, non specific, spoilers
lots of comedy, some of the best since season 1, followed by horribly depressing events and an "open to interpretation" ending
A big surprise today - The Kumars are back. Now on Sky. The original series are on Netflix.
Season 2 of 'Line of Duty' as begun airing in the UK. The first episode is available via magical means.
Lennie James plays the lead character.
He played the villain in the first season. I don't think he's in Season 2.
First episode is out.
Nope, no Lennie James.
Haven't watched it yet, but I'm sure it'll be good if the writing team is the same.
It was a fantastic episode! Can't wait for the next ep!