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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by innocentfreak, Oct 6, 2016.
The Weakest Link is rebooting with Jane Lynch hosting. Coming back on Tuesday 9/29
Utopia just dropped on Prime. Trailer looked very interesting but reviews have been very negative. I just started watching the first episode.
It's...brutal. Like, SUPER brutal. I don't remember the British show being this brutal. Brutal, but not like this! Or maybe I just don't remember. Maybe I was so traumatized, all I can recall are the brilliant visuals (and they were BRILLIANT!).
I have the blu-ray of the first season...they never did one for the second, which annoyed me. But inspired by the coming of this version, I looked around and found a German blu-ray of the second season, so that's on the way. Once it arrives, I'll rewatch the whole British version (for the first time since they aired, back in 2013-14).
I didn't hate it. Does it get worse in later episodes? And is the original version streaming anywhere?
The Comey Rule - Showtime - September 27
'The Walking Dead: World Beyond' - AMC
Starts Oct. 4, 2020.
One interesting, and hopeful, aspect of this show is that it's a two-season limited series. So we (hopefully!) don't have to worry about an endless middle dragging on for years.
So 10 years in and it still isn't common knowledge you stab the brain of a walker to kill it, not slap it on the side of the head with a rock attached to a stick?
And of course humans are still spending more time fighting each other than eliminating the walkers.
Probably the only thing worthwhile here are the cityscapes of destruction.
That is good, I'll just wait til it's done and binge like 1 big long zombie epic movie. Sure
What teenager has common knowledge?
For you cord-cutters outside the reception area for major better broadcasts, Evil (CBS) season 1 is coming to Netflix. Supposed to be today.
It's there for me.
Make Watch of Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm Trailer, Yes?
It is most pleased for us to be announcing the trailing picture of the tall imposter, Sacha Baron Cohen, as he makes joke of America in Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm. In the follow-up, 14 years after the original, Borat is returning to America to try to place his daughter (played by Maria Bakalova, according to the Illuminerdi) in Trump’s corrupt regime by giving her away to Mike Pence. But Borat is as popular as his catchphrases here, so Cohen puts on disguises on top of disguises as he pretends to be “an American.” Along the way, he skewers fraudulent anti-abortion “women’s-health centers,” the Republican response to the coronavirus, and apparently Pence himself. As his daughter says, Borat is “the smartest person on the whole flat world.” Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm hits Prime Video October 23. Chenqui.
The first episode is available on AMC+ and by wizardry.
The first episode is available a little early from On Demand, ect. By wizardry.
The Good Lord Bird - Showtime starts 10/4/20
Soulmates - starts 10/5 on AMC
Whoa...what did Ethan Hawkes do to deserve being tarred?!?
My wife and I binged all of Emily in Paris (Netflix) this weekend and really liked it. There's been a lot of negative press it seems but, bah humbug.