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Topic # 223357 25-Sep-2017 15:46
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Starts Sunday TV2 9.00pm

Was going to watch then at end of description continue next week on Duke.

Why is TVNZ moving most Scfi to Duke. Yet cop shows are a dime a dozen and all get the full treatment.

I stopped watching Agents of Shield and a few others for same reason. Realise can probably stream Duke in HD, but then no Dolby digital, Netflix seems to be the only streaming service that does DD, so I'll just have to hope it comes out on Netflix in a year or so.

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  Reply # 1873258 26-Sep-2017 18:04
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im glad netflix picked up star trek discovery from cbs for nz, otherwise it would no doubt get the same treatment.

 

i also wouldnt watch something in SD, not something that is intended to be HD.  reality shows, who cares if theyre SD, but yeah big scifi stuff, needs to be HD.


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