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  # 2083881 4-Sep-2018 15:42
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Ozark S2 on NF - have watched up to E3 and it’s easily up to the standard of S1, if not better.

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Greyzone on TVNZ on Demand. Another one of those quality Scandinavian Dramas. Very good.
Both my wife and I are enjoying it alot.

 

I'm up to episode 6. (of 10) and enjoyed them all so far.

 

A missile warhead stolen from a NATO base is discovered being transported across the border to Sweden and the series focuses on the terrorist's plot unfolding and the intelligence service chasing them down.
Won't a say more to avoid spoliers.

 

As a bonus ad free apart from a sponsors message at the start.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2083961 4-Sep-2018 17:28
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^ Yeah have to say if someone say Scandinavian drama of late it tends to be good. The Bridge and Occupied, which I mentioned on last page, are good examples. Have added to watch list.


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  # 2083996 4-Sep-2018 19:18
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Carnivale Season 1 8/10

 

Interesting good vs evil supernatural series from 2003 set in the American dust bowl during the depression where you are not sure which side is good and which side is evil. Good atmosphere and some decent characters.

 

Stars Nick Stahl who was John Connor in the 3rd Terminator film.


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  # 2083997 4-Sep-2018 19:29
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Recently finished The Leftovers - good would definitely recommend.

Last night finished Ozark season 2 - definitely as good as season 1.

Keeping up to date with Wentworth.




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  # 2084086 4-Sep-2018 21:45
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Line of Duty (on Netflix).

 

Outstanding British police drama.

 

4 seasons.

 

The only negative is that you will be left wanting more at the end of it!


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  # 2084107 4-Sep-2018 22:48
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Line of Duty (on Netflix).

 

Outstanding British police drama.

 

4 seasons.

 

The only negative is that you will be left wanting more at the end of it!

 

 

 

 

thats down to Jed Mercurio who wrote it and the new BBC series The Bodyguard, which people have mentioned, is also his show , so give that one a look if you loved Line of Duty.  [BBC Iplayer.]





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MacGyver (I got all >140 episodes on DVD) to discuss physics, electronics, chemistry and engineering with my son after each show. smile





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  # 2084156 5-Sep-2018 08:17
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Fear The Walking Dead - second part of season 4.  After arguably surpassing it's sibling TWD it now seems to be suffering the same fate...it's like watching paint dry.  is it wrong to be wishing for a walker to kill Morgan? Unless things pick up this season will be our last...yawn. 

 

Ozark season 2 - a few episodes in and already just as good if not better than season 1. 

 

 

 

 





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  # 2084188 5-Sep-2018 09:41
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Fear The Walking Dead - second part of season 4.  After arguably surpassing it's sibling TWD it now seems to be suffering the same fate...it's like watching paint dry.  is it wrong to be wishing for a walker to kill Morgan? Unless things pick up this season will be our last...yawn.

 

 

I actually thought the first half of season 4 was a big improvement over previous seasons, but yeah, the back half isn't doing a lot for me.

 

Morgan's fundamental character and motivations seem to change drastically from episode to episode (which seems to be a carry-over from TWD).

 

And why are these people so stupid? It happens time and again in FTWD and TWD that characters get separated for long runs of time. Surely in that kind of world you would have arranged "If we get separated, or something happens, let's meet at X location"?


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  # 2084196 5-Sep-2018 10:04
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dafman:

 

Line of Duty (on Netflix).

 

Outstanding British police drama.

 

4 seasons.

 

The only negative is that you will be left wanting more at the end of it!

 

 

thats down to Jed Mercurio who wrote it and the new BBC series The Bodyguard, which people have mentioned, is also his show , so give that one a look if you loved Line of Duty.  [BBC Iplayer.]

 

 

Perfect - thanks for the heads up!


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  # 2096549 26-Sep-2018 09:21
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I can't freaking wait for the Orville Season 2.  Was one of my favs last year.

 

 


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  # 2096551 26-Sep-2018 09:22
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Manifest Season 1 Episode 1. Loved the premise when I heard about it, it delivered in spades. I hope they can keep it fresh, but it has massive potential. 9/10 from me. 

 

Magnum PI 2018 - S01E01 - Interesting take on it. Has potential, was a bit of a lame start. I suspect like the Knight Rider Reboot a few years ago, it will take some time to bed down. I hope it lasts long enough to get the chance. 


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