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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Mabes, Mar 25, 2020.
When I work out on my stationary bike I usually watch the news or sports. There are no sports and I'm trying to cut back on the news because it's all so depressing. So, er, I've been watching these kinds of videos. I find them very relaxing:
Ooh, what great fun: a "The Rookie" marathon!
Quirky and fun--perfect for the current time.
Watching "The Good Doctor". Enjoying it.
Loved this show. I discovered it when we first got HD and one of the few stations we got in HD was HDNET. So this was one of the few offerings to test out that brand spanking new tech (for me in 2006 anyway).
I've resorted to watching streaming stuff with commercials! Watched the reboot of Mr. Mom on Vudu which was surprisingly good. Watch a couple of things on Hulu which I don't even remember what they were.
Pleasantly surprised there are a few good fairly recent movies on Hulu I hadn't gotten to see. Watched Booksmart, A Quiet Place, and Sorry to Bother You.
West Wing. First time viewing.
My buddy's are trying to get to watch Better Call Saul. But I was never a big fan of Breaking Bad...I know, I know... I did finish Cobra Kai if that counts. Actually looking forward to S3.
So there is someone else who didn't like Breaking Bad? I thought I was the only one on here!
NYPD Blue, recorded from H&I. Also episodes of Hill Street Blues I missed back in the day.
This is my all time favorite go to for comfort show. I mean, I watch it when I am eating dinner, doing paperwork or just not interested in anything else that's on. Any point in the series and I can dive in.
I hope you enjoy it!
Without a doubt the best show I have ever seen/ I bought the 45 DVD box set, but I'm trying to watch as many as possible on Netflix before West Wing moves to HBO Max. I'm presently at season 2 episode 12.
I bought the box set for myself for christmas when I heard it was moving in March. Now I hear it's not going till November. That's ok, the set comes in handy when I am in the basement where no cable comes.
What's nice is the last DVD of each seasons with commentary, deleted scenes, etc. So while I watch the series on Netflix, at the end of each season I pull out the DVD from that season and watch that, before I watch the next season on Netflix.
I have to say, I can see why those shows garnered so many awards and nominations. Suffering through the standard def is worth it; after a while I don't even notice.
I tried to start NYPD Blue, which I watched religiously, but just couldn't do it. Don't know why. However, I would like to watch Hill Street Blues which I was too young to watch much of when it was on. However I don't have Hulu.
If you have OTA or cable, both shows are on the "Heroes & Icons" channel: H&I | Where to Watch H&I