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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by innocentfreak, Oct 6, 2016.
Hulu March 18th
This looks interesting. Reese is everywhere these days!
Having your own production company can be a good thing.
Seven Worlds, One Planet | BBC America
Just - gorgeous. And majestic.
edit: Just ordered this from my library, for when the U.S. Blu-Ray issues in March. No. 5 on the list of 2 copies.
BBC America has been running of all of the previous documentaries, for instance planet II, the Blue Planet, Dynasties, etc
Really wish I wasn't so lame. This looks incredible. I just cannot watch animals eat each other. Yes, I get it, I just can't see it. That ruins my ability to watch all the amazing animal shows, especially anything to do with big cats, which are my favorites.
Yeah, these shows inevitably devolve into 'let's watch the animals murder each other', but I wish they could just focus on the spectacular cinematography aspect for an entire hour without that other stuff.
They really can’t avoid that, it is nature, but BBC does not dwell on it and I don’t think it’s more than 1% of the Documentary. There are some really sad parts, I was watching Blue Planet II today and it was really sad when they showed the sperm whale who’s calf had died and the mother carried it with her for a few weeks.
I know that happens in nature but it's the producers who choose how to edit the program together. I feel they historically emphasize the gory stuff because they think that's what people want to see or what helps the ratings, or because they themselves are just as zoosadistic as they think the audience is.
'Avenue 5' - HBO
'9-1-1: Lone Star' - FOX
Stars 'Rob Lowe' and 'Liv Tyler'.
FWIW, it's by the Veep people...
Never watched any of the 911 shows, but I'll watch anything with Liv.
I was just about to say this but replace Liv with Rob.
Vienna Blood (PBS)..Originally aired back in November on BBC, but PBS is running tonight so magic users need not apply.
Rise of Empires: Ottoman - January 24 - Netflix
'The Dead Lands' - Shudder
The first two episodes are available by wizardry.
'October Faction' - Netflix
Now available on Netflix.
I always thought I was the only one. People give me a ration if I say it, so I usually keep it to myself. Like you, I do get it but I simply cannot see animals getting hurt in any way. That's just how I am and, also like you, it does keep me from watching some nature shows that I would otherwise love to watch.