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Topic # 112006 22-Nov-2012 15:13
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http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainment/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=10848808

Pretty disappointing really given Prime does not do HD so that's many more shows we won't see in HD, not that there is a large number of shows on offer now.

Plus they only do that annoying AAC-HE LATM audio.




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  Reply # 721395 22-Nov-2012 15:34
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well beauty and the beast wont get a season 2, might get canned before end of season 1. so no loss on that one.



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  Reply # 721432 22-Nov-2012 16:14
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Elementary is a show that is going to last more than one season so that would be a lost. And Strike Back is pretty good and well into season 3(?)

The rest I don't really care about but it's more the principle.




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  Reply # 721448 22-Nov-2012 17:11
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still waiting for Top Gear in HD, so a bit disappointed Prime still has it.

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  Reply # 721458 22-Nov-2012 17:22
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Vegas is a very good show. Elementary is not as good, not even close, to BBC's Sherlock.






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  Reply # 721474 22-Nov-2012 17:49
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freitasm: Vegas is a very good show. Elementary is not as good, not even close, to BBC's Sherlock.
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Have not seen Vegas but the reviews are good. Elementary is certainly not as good as Sherlock but they were not trying to copy Sherlock which would have been impossible. But it's watchable.




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  Reply # 721481 22-Nov-2012 17:59
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lchiu7:  And Strike Back is pretty good and well into season 3(?)
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What season did Prime screen? There seems to be some confusion between 1 and 2 as they are apparently differently labelled in US from UK.
I'm just trying to figure which to d/l.

 

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  Reply # 721483 22-Nov-2012 18:02
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I was disappointed that Crownies got pulled too. I thought it was shaping up quite well for an Aussie production.

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  Reply # 722302 24-Nov-2012 14:48
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lchiu7:
freitasm: Vegas is a very good show. Elementary is not as good, not even close, to BBC's Sherlock.
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Have not seen Vegas but the reviews are good. Elementary is certainly not as good as Sherlock but they were not trying to copy Sherlock which would have been impossible. But it's watchable.


Doubly, triply so in HD and Dolby 5.1

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