T.V. shows you've been watching

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  1. manu80

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    Watching
    "Watchmen". Weird but very addictive, ep6 is really well directed.
    "See", a bit crazy as an idea, daredevil and mad max mix but nice landscapes, Jason momoa is really good in it, his relatiosn with his kids are reallu touching. And when the fights start......oooooh it's bloody!!!!
    "Mandalorian", nicely made but a bit slow...
    "His dark materials" is really good.
    Toys that made us, GI Joe, ninja turtles, perfect!!! it stops a bit too early in time sometimes, what about today ??
    "Peaky blinders" it's addictive ;)
     
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    The906 lifetime novice Contributor

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    So turns out some app called "Tubi" on my Fire Stick has a bunch of MST/RiffTrax/Cinematic Titanic eps. all for free. Life's good.
     
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    Finished new season of bojack and thought t it was a weird ending then read it’s a mid season break.

    such a well written show.
     
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    NotDonVito ouch!

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    Watched the entire Don't fuck with Cats doc last night. It's split into like 3 one hour episodes. Shit was fucking crazy, I don't know how I didn't hear about it back in the day. I thought it was about the guys on 4chan who saved a cat that was being abused on /b/, but it was some Facebook crusader shit. Maybe 4chan helped with it too, but they didn't want to mention the site on netflix.(but then again they show like bestgore and clips from the snuff vids themself). I had to skip through some of them.
     
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    I think Justin Whang might have done an episode of Tales from the Internet on that.
     
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    NotDonVito ouch!

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    Yeah he did, just watched it and that was a completely separate incident.
     
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    My wife and I just burned through The Witcher series. As fans of the books and games we really enjoyed it. And we haven't binged or even watched much tv at all in years.
     
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    I found out about Tubi a few weeks ago myself. I was looking for a way to watch the Nick Mondo doc and found that site. It's kinda like Crackle before they fucked up the U.I. Plus it's got a good anime selection and some concert films and music docs also.
     
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    Watching through Chernobyl with my gf. That is a heavy fucking watch. Think we have 1 episode left but goddamn it hits hard, especially since my family was still living in Poland at the time.
     
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    on recommendation from a mate have watched the first 2 episode of The Purge . shit is dark as hell, even for me

    its not well made or well acted but it has some interesting points. gonna try to get through it
     
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    Been watching The Witcher as well, based on recommendations and having never read the books or played the games.

    It's confusing as hell, even after you realize the story arcs are happening at different points in the timeline, and some of the writing and acting gets a little, well, campy in places... But it's also a lot of fun, and (IMO) the single best part of the series is Geralt's perpetual mildly-annoyed so-over-being-done-with-this-shit vibe. :lol:
     
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    finished S1 of the purge for some reason. it was terrible. wouldn't bother with 2nd season

    almost finished s1 of american gods. Took me a few goes to get into this but I've really enjoyed it
     
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    About 6 years too late but I just started watching True Detective. Quite good.
     
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    KnightBrolaire Thy Fart is Murder

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    skip season 3.
     
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    ImNotAhab ChronicUnderachiever

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    I heard 2 was the weaker season...?
     
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    Personally I disliked s3 more. it was wayyyy more meandering.
     
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    i dunno i really dont watch much tv beyond the crap my kids watch.
     
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    skip anything thats not s1
     
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    Season 3 of True Detective is OK but it seems like an answer to criticisms of the season before it. It's kind of like the showrunner being like, "You all thought I was going to be on the same bullshit as before but I'll show you- in a twist!"
    It starts with a mysterious, occultish-looking 'murder' scene with the air of Powerful People Doing Evil looming over it... and then it's none of that.

    Currently watching The Outsider on HBO. It reminds me of True Detective... at least as far as that each show used the same sample of creepy, descending strings in the soundtrack at identical story beats. So far it's interesting but at the end of episode 4 it's unclear if it's going to get scary or stupid really fast.
     
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    Got the bug to watch Metalocalypse. Pulled my dvds off the shelf and am about half way through season 2.
     
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