T.V. shows you've been watching

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    Forged in Fire is an awesome show, yes! Another show I watched on Netflix is Love, Death, and Robots. Goddamn it, I wish some of those were a lot longer, because they have some great ideas there.
     
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    yeah, I started season 2. I feel like they’re going for a comedy-GoT vibe this season.
     
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    Hulu pulled Boy Meets World while I was transitioning between episodes. Literally right between all of the sudden it dissapeared without a trace.

    Now I am on to good ole Saved by the Bell. I forgot just how hot Kelly Kapowski was!
     
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    Best. Show. Ever.
     
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    For some reason I was thinking there were more seasons with Ms. Bliss rather than just the 1. I am glad they got a new cast though. And Mr. Beldings dry humor and his laugh always make me laugh.
     
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    Watched the 5 episodes of Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal... from the creator of Samurai Jack and Dexter's Laboratory. Series equals 10 episodes but the other 5 won't air until 2020. Pretty cool animation with a pretty good dose of violence.
     
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    started up Now Apocalypse. It's fucking weird, yet funny.
     
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    finished righteous gemstones. Liked it allot but it did finish kind of sudden . s2 Im guessing

    Been getting through the new season of top boy. I was a fan of the original and they have done a good job picking up the story 6 years later
     
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    Finished Disenchantment part 2. I liked it. I don't know why. It wasn't the funniest I've watched, yet I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Zog is one of my favorite Matt Groening characters, I'll say that.
     
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    Just watched the first part of the new BBC+Mammoth version of The War Of The Worlds.

    Really liked it but a bit puzzled by some things in it (and wishing the cylinder/martian reveal was kept a little closer to the book- could have really milked the suspense factor here).
     
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    Mandalorian is pretty neat so far.
     
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    Started watching The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.

    Seen the first episode and it seems really promising! I like the look of the show/world, the bird puppets look really cool, and the voice acting is great. Story/script seems good as well, so far!
     
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    Finally started watching the Watchmen show, it's good! Nice to see a visualization of the squidpocalypse. Somehow it wasn't stupid/silly.
     
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    This is a funny show, with great English actors, an angel and a demon join forces to stop the apocalypse and mess it up of course.
     
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    All Elite Wrestling. Yes I know it's a niche interest.
     
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    Devil Next Door - there is no justice in this world.
    Parks and Rec - funnier the second time around. Better than The Office IMO.
    Star Wars Rebels and Mandalorian - watching with my 10 year old son and 4 year old daughter.
    Jack Ryan s2 - could have been better. Methinks they don't have a technical adviser on that show. It started out "Tom Clancy Movie" and turned into "State of Affairs".
     
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    Parks and Rec starts off as a show making fun of local governments and kind of lightly mocking Leslie Knope for caring so much, and sometime around season 4 instead turns her into a superhero and becomes a show about people saying nice things to each other. It never gets as bad as the Office did, but there's a huge decline in funniness as it goes on.
     
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    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    Giving The Good Place more of a leisurely pace, really whenever I can fit in the schedule.

    Also going through The Toys That Made Us. Didn't expect for it to be as in depth as it was. Really enjoyed the Transformers one especially. Season 3 just came out too with some good gems. I'd love for them to do a Robotech episode in the future.

    Also signed to Disney+ for The Mandalorian. There's a newfound sense of wonder and mystery that I haven't felt since the original Star Wars movie that this series captures so well. Just shows that the Star Wars universe is still ripe for story telling, especially with a good team involved. Jon Faverau really nailed it here.
     
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    Watched a couple episodes of Toys That Made Us.

    As for Disney+, Disney can burn to the ground for all I care. Nothing quite says "love for the art of film making" quite like squashing small independent film companies.
     
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    I loved the first season of The Good Place, liked the next couple seasons, but have 100% lost interest this season. I watched a few episodes, realized it felt like a chore, and just stopped. They feel like they're spinning their wheels really hard, and the "reset" this season didn't work for me at all.
     

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