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  # 2108183 15-Oct-2018 13:41
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Just finished watching the latest series of Better Call Saul

 

Have watched Breaking Bad - but think I prefer Better Call Saul. I am wondering when it will merge into the BB universe.

 

 

 

Also - If you want to watch the strangest "Only from Australia" program - check out "Superwog". 

 

Its on ABC and Youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/superwog1

 

Not really sure what to make of it - Its in the vein of Housos. I laughed. Buts its strange.

 

 

 

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  # 2110480 18-Oct-2018 13:25
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Some of my favorite shows have been renewed;

 

Ozark: Season 3

 

Altered Carbon: Season 2

 

The End of the F***ing World: Season 2





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  # 2110539 18-Oct-2018 15:15
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I have just started (and nearly finished) season 1 of Mars on Netfix NZ.

 

 

 

I love the combo of documentary footage from the "present" and dramatization from the future. Very well done and quite compelling watching (if at times a little slow).





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  # 2110558 18-Oct-2018 16:07
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gehenna:

Yeah I'm not a fan of The Wire.  I could never get into it.  The Deuce is quite cool IMO.



Watched The Wire years ago and couldn’t get into it at first because we couldn’t understand a word of that jivey druggy heavily-accented street-slang the kids used - was like a foreign language (actually it WAS a foreign language). Then a friend suggested we turn on subtitles and it was a revelation - thought it was one of the best series we’ve watched.

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  # 2113338 24-Oct-2018 17:23
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I'm really enjoying "The Haunting of Hill House" on Netflix.

 

It jumps around in time quite a bit which takes a little while to figure out , and there are some slow parts.   But, is very good.  

 

The directors must have taken a few gambles with the whole time jumping stuff, it could turn some people off by making it a bit confusing. 

 

 


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  # 2113343 24-Oct-2018 17:32
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surfisup1000:

 

I'm really enjoying "The Haunting of Hill House" on Netflix.

 

It jumps around in time quite a bit which takes a little while to figure out , and there are some slow parts.   But, is very good.  

 

The directors must have taken a few gambles with the whole time jumping stuff, it could turn some people off by making it a bit confusing. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I loved it and we ended up watching it over 3 nights.

 

The time jumping took a few episodes to get used to but as the series went on it all worked really well.

 

The acting is very good and I definitely rate it and recommend it as a must watch show if you have not seen it yet.

 

 

 

 


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  # 2115378 28-Oct-2018 13:35
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New Documentary starting this week looks very revealing on facebook.

 

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  # 2115435 28-Oct-2018 15:48
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MCONZ:

 

The acting is very good and I definitely rate it and recommend it as a must watch show if you have not seen it yet.

 

 

I really enjoyed it.  Thought the casting of the kids and adult versions of each other was excellent.


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  # 2115710 29-Oct-2018 00:49
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robjg63:

 

Just finished watching the latest series of Better Call Saul

 

Have watched Breaking Bad - but think I prefer Better Call Saul. I am wondering when it will merge into the BB universe.

 

 

Given that they have shown us what looks like moments in Jimmys life after Breaking Bad, we might see them jump over the Breaking Bad timeline at some point and straight into how he got there in the next series.





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  # 2117136 30-Oct-2018 22:07
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Also The Good Place is back on Netflix, weekly episodes (season 3).

 

 

 

 

I quite like this one. It's silly but somehow amusing at the same time. When we toured Universal Studios, we actually did go to the set used for the Good Place village.

 

 

 

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  # 2117235 31-Oct-2018 08:57
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Am sure its been mentioned before, but am rather liking Killing Eve. Watched first 3 episodes last night. Quite unusual nowadays for me to be able to actually stay awake for 3 episodes of anything...





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  # 2117244 31-Oct-2018 09:13
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rb99:

 

Am sure its been mentioned before, but am rather liking Killing Eve. Watched first 3 episodes last night. Quite unusual nowadays for me to be able to actually stay awake for 3 episodes of anything...

 

 

It gets better as it goes along as well. Series 2 on the BBC at the moment.


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  # 2117251 31-Oct-2018 09:23
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SJB:

 

rb99:

 

Am sure its been mentioned before, but am rather liking Killing Eve. Watched first 3 episodes last night. Quite unusual nowadays for me to be able to actually stay awake for 3 episodes of anything...

 

 

It gets better as it goes along as well. Series 2 on the BBC at the moment.

 

 

Season 2. Haven't they only just finished filming it ?





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  # 2117266 31-Oct-2018 09:55
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MCONZ:

surfisup1000:


I'm really enjoying "The Haunting of Hill House" on Netflix.


It jumps around in time quite a bit which takes a little while to figure out , and there are some slow parts.   But, is very good.  


The directors must have taken a few gambles with the whole time jumping stuff, it could turn some people off by making it a bit confusing. 


 



 


I loved it and we ended up watching it over 3 nights.


The time jumping took a few episodes to get used to but as the series went on it all worked really well.


The acting is very good and I definitely rate it and recommend it as a must watch show if you have not seen it yet.


 


 



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  # 2117277 31-Oct-2018 10:18
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rb99:

 

SJB:

 

rb99:

 

Am sure its been mentioned before, but am rather liking Killing Eve. Watched first 3 episodes last night. Quite unusual nowadays for me to be able to actually stay awake for 3 episodes of anything...

 

 

It gets better as it goes along as well. Series 2 on the BBC at the moment.

 

 

Season 2. Haven't they only just finished filming it ?

 

 

My mistake, you're right. It must have been a teaser article I saw on the BBC web site.


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