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  # 986644 13-Feb-2014 10:53
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Tv Shows (some are miniseries) I have watched in the past and shows I am currently watching. I use http://www.pogdesign.co.uk/cat/ to keep track of shows coming out and what night they play (it is free). Displays out in a nice calender layout and popups for when new TV Shows are about to come out...asking you would like to add them to your TV Calender.

 

  • Black Sails
  • The Musketeers
  • Vikings
  • The Shield (Be warned 6 seasons of this show...watch it and you will be up late a lot!).
  • Boardwalk Empire
  • Hell on Wheels
  • Into the West (whole series is on youtube it seems)
  • Entourage
  • Deadwood
  • Life
  • Rome

I think I remember why I hate using BBC.....take all the time to do it as shown and it comes out like this =/

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  # 986895 13-Feb-2014 17:39
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I used to use pogdesign but switched to the one I mentioned up thread, which is also free. About Breaking Bad, didn't mention it because they aren't making new ones. :)

So, Walking Dead 4x09. Liked the ending. Enjoyed the brief backstory fill in. Scenes from next ep. Look good.

House of Cards Season 2 airs tomorrow. Yippee!

 
 
 
 


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  # 986941 13-Feb-2014 18:44
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i like how closely the walking dead is following the comics (except for a pretty major thing with rick, which im glad they havent done in the series). so 4x09 i kinda new what was going to happen (not about michonnes back story though)

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  # 986952 13-Feb-2014 19:30
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I'm going to start watching House of Cards season one. I always wait for at least 2 seasons so I don't get to the end of the first season and realise that theres none left.

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  # 987044 13-Feb-2014 22:04
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The IT Crowd.

Seen it many times and it has me in stitches every time.





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  # 987100 14-Feb-2014 07:08
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reven: i like how closely the walking dead is following the comics (except for a pretty major thing with rick, which im glad they havent done in the series). so 4x09 i kinda new what was going to happen (not about michonnes back story though)


I'm deliberately not reading.

House of cards has been confirmed for a season three as well. Season 2 gets released around 8 pmish our time, three am American.



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  # 988994 17-Feb-2014 15:49
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Latest top gear:
Added a bit of comedy to the show but nothing too flash.Interesting challenges.
I never watch the star in the reasonably priced car.

 
 
 
 


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  # 989006 17-Feb-2014 16:16
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TimA: Latest top gear:
Added a bit of comedy to the show but nothing too flash.Interesting challenges.
I never watch the star in the reasonably priced car.


I only watch Top Gear for when they do the specials and the challenges.







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  # 989007 17-Feb-2014 16:17
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House of Cards, binge watching.
Reactions so far-
Saw THAT coming.
Hahaha!
Oh!
Ohhh!!!
Awwwwwww, damn!

I might need an anti depressant, now.



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  # 989008 17-Feb-2014 16:17
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JayADee:

I might need an anti depressant, now.



Pretty much the same with Walking Dead.

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  # 989034 17-Feb-2014 16:57
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Banshee!

Underrated show but really good. Lots of punching and boobies if that's your thing

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  # 989078 17-Feb-2014 18:11
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Asmodeus: Banshee!

Underrated show but really good. Lots of punching and boobies if that's your thing


Guilty! :)

I've been watching:

Helix
True Detectives
Black Sails
Marvel's Agents of SHIELD(yep I'm a comic book nerd)
The Walking Dead

Looking forward to the return of Vikings and Game of Thrones.

And eagerly awaiting Penny Dreadful...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFXHfEqMcis


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  # 989664 18-Feb-2014 14:46
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Asmodeus: Banshee!

Underrated show but really good. Lots of punching and boobies if that's your thing


+1 for Banshee. Hooray for Boobies. Started the new Dracula last night. One episode so far, nice spin on the Bram Stoker tale. I like it :)




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  # 989674 18-Feb-2014 15:08
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watched the first episode of Marle: Agents of Shield on old fashioned domestic telly the other night.

Quite enjoyed it. Glad to see the return of Phil Coulson. Liked the little Avengers tie-ins.

Also enjoyed the Tomorrow People pilot episode.

I seem to recall Tomorrow people being set in England in the 70's when it first came out (also was cheesey and Dr Who-like in it's budget), but this new one was flashy and American and quite good fun.





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  # 989704 18-Feb-2014 15:49
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Walking Dead 4x10
True Detective 1x06

WD for the last couple feel like 'getting organised' episodes, especially this one. Zombies and good characters, what's not to love?

I've had my theory about the plot in True Detective since the start and will be annoyed if I'm right but I'm enjoying it anyway.

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