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11/13/2017 9:32 PM

So until last night I had never watched the show Shameless before. 1/2 way through episode 3 of the first season. Great show and funny as hell.

I remember last year at this time when the construction work slowed down I watched the walking dead for the first time.....then binge watched like 6 seasons in less then 2 weeks haha.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

11/14/2017 4:15 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 4:21 AM

I tried, but couldnt get into the American version of Shameless. Prefer the original British version.

-Ozark
-Black Mirror
-Red Oaks (Amazon)
-Doc Martin
-Stranger Things
-Wet Hot American Summer
-Forensic Files

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much ty. How to spot a paid forum poster/artificial forum traffic producer (see list of actions/phrases below):

Copius pattern amounts of phrases like “Anyone have”..., “Anybody know?”.... and their variations.

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11/14/2017 4:26 AM

Just finished watching every season of SOA

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11/14/2017 5:58 AM

Brad460 wrote:

Just finished watching every season of SOA

SOA was out of control... laughing

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11/14/2017 5:59 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 6:00 AM

Breaking Bad
Weeds
Ozark x2
SOA
The Ranch (Netflix)

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11/14/2017 6:08 AM

Current line up:

Mind Hunters
Manhunt
Narcos

The wife has been pushing me to binge downton abbey with her.... just can't get on that train

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11/14/2017 6:14 AM

I did the same with shameless. After the fourth season it starts going downhill. Deb becomes so annoying it makes you want to throw your tv out the window.

SOA was the same way, after the third season it became so ridiculous. 40 dudes firing automatic weapons at SOA and they would alway miss, then Jax would pop out with a pistol and kill everyone....c'mon bros.

Dexter is descent too, suffers the same fate as those mentioned above. I think they just run out of original ideas for tv shows.

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

11/14/2017 7:39 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 7:40 AM

BobPA wrote:

I did the same with shameless. After the fourth season it starts going downhill. Deb becomes so annoying it makes you want to throw your tv out the window.

SOA was the same way, after the third season it became so ridiculous. 40 dudes firing automatic weapons at SOA and they would alway miss, then Jax would pop out with a pistol and kill everyone....c'mon bros.

Dexter is descent too, suffers the same fate as those mentioned above. I think they just run out of original ideas for tv shows.

I thought the opposite. I thought shameless got better as it went on.

It's a fantastic series. It's pretty interesting seeing the kids grow.

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11/14/2017 7:45 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 1:24 PM

- Quarry was good but it's just one season. Very underated in my opinion. Aired on Cinemax/HBO. The show is about a disillusioned Vietnam war vet who returns home to Memphis in the early 70's where he finds rejection and scrutiny at every step. A man known as The Broker offers him an offer that he can't pass up and goes to work for him as a hitman.

- Westworld on HBO now going into season 2. Starts slow but gets better as it goes. Season 2 comes out in spring of 2018.

- The Deuce is a new show on HBO that just finished airing season 1. Renewed for season 2. The show is set during the 70's early 80's when porn and prostitution was rampant in Manhattan.

- Vice Principals also on HBO. There's only 2 seasons and it finished airing this past Sunday. If you liked Danny McBride in Eastbound and Down you'll like this. Funny show.

- Vikings on History. Personally I couldn't get into it but it's still going strong. Season 5 starts on November 29th.

- Knightfall on History is a new show coming out December 6th. Obviously can't binge watch but it looks promising so thought I'd mention it. It's about the final days of The Knight's Templar.

- The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime. Season 3 starts in early 2018. The show is about what life may have been like if Germany had won WWII.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

11/14/2017 8:07 AM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

- Quarry was good but it's just one season. Very underated in my opinion. Aired on Cinemax/HBO. The show is about a disillusioned Vietnam war vet who returns home to Memphis in the early 70's where he finds rejection and scrutiny at every step. A man known as The Broker offers him an offer that he can't pass up and goes to work for him as a hitman.

- Westworld on HBO now going into season 2. Starts slow but gets better as it goes. Season 2 comes out in spring of 2018.

- The Deuce is a new show on HBO that just finished airing season 1. Renewed for season 2. The show is set during the 70's early 80's when porn and prostitution was rampant in Manhattan.

- Vice Principals also on HBO. There's only 2 seasons and it finished airing this past Sunday. If you liked Danny McBride in Eastbound and Down you'll like this. Funny show.

- Vikings on History. Personally I couldn't get into it but it's still going strong. Season 5 starts on November 29th.

- Knightfall on History is a new show coming out December 6th. Obviously can't binge watch but it looks promising so thought I'd mention it. It's about the final days of The Knight's Templar.

- The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime. Season 3 starts in early 2018. The show is about what life may have been like if Germany had won WWII.

I keep forgetting about the Deuce and The Man in the High Castle. Got to get them added before I forget about them again

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11/14/2017 8:12 AM

jeffro503 wrote:

So until last night I had never watched the show Shameless before. 1/2 way through episode 3 of the first season. Great show and funny as hell.

I remember last year at this time when the construction work slowed down I watched the walking dead for the first time.....then binge watched like 6 seasons in less then 2 weeks haha.

jup, great show!
It has his ups and downs but in the end its still worth the time smile
I'm currently watching S5.

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11/14/2017 9:53 AM

Halfway thru Eastbound and Down and laughing my ass off.

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11/14/2017 9:59 AM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 10:04 AM

SOA was good the first couple seasons. then it jumped the shark tank and they all became hardcore gangsters, i got tired of it and quit watching.

Eastbound and Down was amazing

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11/14/2017 10:06 AM

I've seen some of these series , but not others. Definitely going to check some of these shows out in my off time.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

11/14/2017 11:19 AM

Game of Thrones is the only show has kept my interest it's entire storyline. Love it. Walking Dead did until about season 5, but then I was over it. I just started Westworld and am liking it so far. If you're looking for comedy then I strongly suggest It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

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11/14/2017 11:28 AM

early wrote:

Halfway thru Eastbound and Down and laughing my ass off.

Check out Vice Principals when you're done. Just avoid the thread about it. Lol.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

11/14/2017 11:58 AM

I just started Parks and Recreation and it's pretty funny so far. Not at the same level as The Office but still worth a watch.

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11/14/2017 12:05 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 12:09 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

- Quarry was good but it's just one season. Very underated in my opinion. Aired on Cinemax/HBO. The show is about a disillusioned Vietnam war vet who returns home to Memphis in the early 70's where he finds rejection and scrutiny at every step. A man known as The Broker offers him an offer that he can't pass up and goes to work for him as a hitman.

- Westworld on HBO now going into season 2. Starts slow but gets better as it goes. Season 2 comes out in spring of 2018.

- The Deuce is a new show on HBO that just finished airing season 1. Renewed for season 2. The show is set during the 70's early 80's when porn and prostitution was rampant in Manhattan.

- Vice Principals also on HBO. There's only 2 seasons and it finished airing this past Sunday. If you liked Danny McBride in Eastbound and Down you'll like this. Funny show.

- Vikings on History. Personally I couldn't get into it but it's still going strong. Season 5 starts on November 29th.

- Knightfall on History is a new show coming out December 6th. Obviously can't binge watch but it looks promising so thought I'd mention it. It's about the final days of The Knight's Templar.

- The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime. Season 3 starts in early 2018. The show is about what life may have been like if Germany had won WWII.

+1 on everything this man just talked about.

Also recommended:

- Game of Thrones (HBO, 7 Seasons): I'm sure all of you have heard about it. If you like fantasy/medieval stuff with some politics mixed in, this is your show.

- Mindhunter (Netflix, 1 Season): Especially interesting to me since I've actually been doing research on serial killers recently, but it's essentially a dramatized version of the story that led to the creation of the FBI's behavioral science unit that did research on serial killers. David Fincher is involved, so it's very Zodiac-esque. It's been renewed for season two, but the creators have a five season story arc planned.

- Stranger Things (Netflix, 2 Seasons): Were you alive in the '80s? You'll probably did this horror/adventure. Not alive in the '80s? You'll probably still dig it.

- True Detective (HBO, 2 Seasons): Season 1 of this show is a must watch for anyone that's into crime shows/murder mysteries. It'll probably go down as one of the greatest seasons of television in history. Season 2 is skippable, but not terrible.

- The Leftovers (HBO, 3 Seasons): This show isn't for everyone, but it's truly a captivating story that will keep you interested to the very end. It essentially follows a group of characters after millions of people just disappear from the world one day.

- Band of Brothers (HBO, 1 Season): You like Saving Private Ryan? This is for you.

- Justified (FX, 6 Seasons): I can't recommend Justified enough. It's a show about a U.S. Marshal, but its far better than your typical law enforcement show. Some great humor, and a great story.

- Mad Men (Netflix, 7 Seasons): Not an easy show to binge, and it's not the most exciting, but the ending is well worth the time you'll invest. It's about an advertising firm back in the day.

- The Last Kingdom (Netflix, 2 Seasons): If you like Vikings, you'll like The Last Kingdom. A lot of the same characters are present, but in different roles and the story is quite a bit different. The book series is excellent as well if you're looking for some reading material.

- One Punch Man (Netflix, 1 Season): I'm not a huge anime guy (I do like Death Note and Attack on Titan), but One Punch Man is a show that I think just about anyone can enjoy. It's about a guy who can destroy anything with one punch, and all he wants is a challenge, but he can destroy anything with one punch...so...

- Longmire (Netflix, 6 Seasons): Bit of a classic take on the law enforcement genre with some modern storytelling woven in. The final season is hitting Netflix in a few days.

- The Keepers (Netflix, 1 Season): Some Catholics that I know who have watched this series weren't super pumped on it, but it's well worth the watch. Documentary about a nun who found out that the head priest was sexually abusing girls, and she ended up dead.

- Narcos (Netflix, 3 Seasons): First two seasons tell the story of Pablo Escobar and are excellent, but the third season struggles a bit as it moves past Pablo's time. Still a good show, though.

- Luther (Netflix, 4 Seasons): Idris Elba plays a very smart British detective with anger problems. Very easy binge considering there are only four seasons, and two of the seasons are only four episodes and one is two episodes.

- The Confession Tapes (Netflix, 1 Season): Sometimes the only goal on a cop's mind is getting a confession, and whether the person did it or not doesn't really matter. This is about cases like that.

- Fargo (Hulu/FX, 3 Seasons): The Coen brothers aren't super involved in this series, but it definitely has a Coen Brothers vibe. If you like their stuff (like the original film), you'll like this series.

- Mr. Robot (USA, 3 Seasons): Definitely a show that is better when you watch all of the seasons in a relatively close time period. Lots of stuff going on in the story that you need to remember. Follows a hacker with some mental/personality problems.

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11/14/2017 12:18 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 12:21 PM

Peaky Blinders, I love it.

Starts in 1919, about a street gang full of ex soldiers in Birmingham, England. Some of the actors have very dodgy Brummie accents but apart from that it's really good.

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11/14/2017 12:34 PM

+1 on Longmire.
Add Hell on Wheels

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11/14/2017 1:18 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 1:23 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

- Quarry was good but it's just one season. Very underated in my opinion. Aired on Cinemax/HBO. The show is about a disillusioned Vietnam war vet who returns home to Memphis in the early 70's where he finds rejection and scrutiny at every step. A man known as The Broker offers him an offer that he can't pass up and goes to work for him as a hitman.

- Westworld on HBO now going into season 2. Starts slow but gets better as it goes. Season 2 comes out in spring of 2018.

- The Deuce is a new show on HBO that just finished airing season 1. Renewed for season 2. The show is set during the 70's early 80's when porn and prostitution was rampant in Manhattan.

- Vice Principals also on HBO. There's only 2 seasons and it finished airing this past Sunday. If you liked Danny McBride in Eastbound and Down you'll like this. Funny show.

- Vikings on History. Personally I couldn't get into it but it's still going strong. Season 5 starts on November 29th.

- Knightfall on History is a new show coming out December 6th. Obviously can't binge watch but it looks promising so thought I'd mention it. It's about the final days of The Knight's Templar.

- The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime. Season 3 starts in early 2018. The show is about what life may have been like if Germany had won WWII.

GD2 wrote:

+1 on everything this man just talked about.

Also recommended:

- Game of Thrones (HBO, 7 Seasons): I'm sure all of you have heard about it. If you like fantasy/medieval stuff with some politics mixed in, this is your show.

- Mindhunter (Netflix, 1 Season): Especially interesting to me since I've actually been doing research on serial killers recently, but it's essentially a dramatized version of the story that led to the creation of the FBI's behavioral science unit that did research on serial killers. David Fincher is involved, so it's very Zodiac-esque. It's been renewed for season two, but the creators have a five season story arc planned.

- Stranger Things (Netflix, 2 Seasons): Were you alive in the '80s? You'll probably did this horror/adventure. Not alive in the '80s? You'll probably still dig it.

- True Detective (HBO, 2 Seasons): Season 1 of this show is a must watch for anyone that's into crime shows/murder mysteries. It'll probably go down as one of the greatest seasons of television in history. Season 2 is skippable, but not terrible.

- The Leftovers (HBO, 3 Seasons): This show isn't for everyone, but it's truly a captivating story that will keep you interested to the very end. It essentially follows a group of characters after millions of people just disappear from the world one day.

- Band of Brothers (HBO, 1 Season): You like Saving Private Ryan? This is for you.

- Justified (FX, 6 Seasons): I can't recommend Justified enough. It's a show about a U.S. Marshal, but its far better than your typical law enforcement show. Some great humor, and a great story.

- Mad Men (Netflix, 7 Seasons): Not an easy show to binge, and it's not the most exciting, but the ending is well worth the time you'll invest. It's about an advertising firm back in the day.

- The Last Kingdom (Netflix, 2 Seasons): If you like Vikings, you'll like The Last Kingdom. A lot of the same characters are present, but in different roles and the story is quite a bit different. The book series is excellent as well if you're looking for some reading material.

- One Punch Man (Netflix, 1 Season): I'm not a huge anime guy (I do like Death Note and Attack on Titan), but One Punch Man is a show that I think just about anyone can enjoy. It's about a guy who can destroy anything with one punch, and all he wants is a challenge, but he can destroy anything with one punch...so...

- Longmire (Netflix, 6 Seasons): Bit of a classic take on the law enforcement genre with some modern storytelling woven in. The final season is hitting Netflix in a few days.

- The Keepers (Netflix, 1 Season): Some Catholics that I know who have watched this series weren't super pumped on it, but it's well worth the watch. Documentary about a nun who found out that the head priest was sexually abusing girls, and she ended up dead.

- Narcos (Netflix, 3 Seasons): First two seasons tell the story of Pablo Escobar and are excellent, but the third season struggles a bit as it moves past Pablo's time. Still a good show, though.

- Luther (Netflix, 4 Seasons): Idris Elba plays a very smart British detective with anger problems. Very easy binge considering there are only four seasons, and two of the seasons are only four episodes and one is two episodes.

- The Confession Tapes (Netflix, 1 Season): Sometimes the only goal on a cop's mind is getting a confession, and whether the person did it or not doesn't really matter. This is about cases like that.

- Fargo (Hulu/FX, 3 Seasons): The Coen brothers aren't super involved in this series, but it definitely has a Coen Brothers vibe. If you like their stuff (like the original film), you'll like this series.

- Mr. Robot (USA, 3 Seasons): Definitely a show that is better when you watch all of the seasons in a relatively close time period. Lots of stuff going on in the story that you need to remember. Follows a hacker with some mental/personality problems.

Band of Brothers is a must watch mini series if you're into war stuff. I watched the entire series again just this last Saturday. The same goes for The Pacific. Spielberg and Hanks have been working on a 3rd series for HBO for a few years now. It's going to be called Masters of the Air. This one will be based on air combat and feature the "Flying Fortress" which is an 11 man bomber. Not much info to be found but I believe it's being released in 2019 possibly 2020.

Also, just want to let you know there's a show starting this Thursday on History called The Hunt for the Zodiac Killer. I'm in Canada so it might already have started in the US. Sometimes the dates align and they premiere on the same date but most of the time the shows start a couple weeks early in the US.

I haven't watched it but apparently another good show is Ray Donovan with Liev Schreiber. Season 6 starts in summer of 2018. He plays a professional "fixer" in LA for rich and famous people. He can make anyone's problems go away except those that were created by his own family.

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

11/14/2017 2:23 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Band of Brothers is a must watch mini series if you're into war stuff. I watched the entire series again just this last Saturday. The same goes for The Pacific. Spielberg and Hanks have been working on a 3rd series for HBO for a few years now. It's going to be called Masters of the Air. This one will be based on air combat and feature the "Flying Fortress" which is an 11 man bomber. Not much info to be found but I believe it's being released in 2019 possibly 2020.

Also, just want to let you know there's a show starting this Thursday on History called The Hunt for the Zodiac Killer. I'm in Canada so it might already have started in the US. Sometimes the dates align and they premiere on the same date but most of the time the shows start a couple weeks early in the US.

I haven't watched it but apparently another good show is Ray Donovan with Liev Schreiber. Season 6 starts in summer of 2018. He plays a professional "fixer" in LA for rich and famous people. He can make anyone's problems go away except those that were created by his own family.

Band of Brothers was excellent and feel like I have heard something on the Zodiac Killer. Also, I'm pretty pumped on the new season of True Detective coming out. I may have to watch the previous 2 seasons for a refresher when it gets a little closer.

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11/14/2017 2:27 PM

cody331 wrote:

+1 on Longmire.
Add Hell on Wheels

Hell on wheels was a really cool show! A bonus is that it's also a history lesson

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11/14/2017 3:14 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

- Quarry was good but it's just one season. Very underated in my opinion. Aired on Cinemax/HBO. The show is about a disillusioned Vietnam war vet who returns home to Memphis in the early 70's where he finds rejection and scrutiny at every step. A man known as The Broker offers him an offer that he can't pass up and goes to work for him as a hitman.

- Westworld on HBO now going into season 2. Starts slow but gets better as it goes. Season 2 comes out in spring of 2018.

- The Deuce is a new show on HBO that just finished airing season 1. Renewed for season 2. The show is set during the 70's early 80's when porn and prostitution was rampant in Manhattan.

- Vice Principals also on HBO. There's only 2 seasons and it finished airing this past Sunday. If you liked Danny McBride in Eastbound and Down you'll like this. Funny show.

- Vikings on History. Personally I couldn't get into it but it's still going strong. Season 5 starts on November 29th.

- Knightfall on History is a new show coming out December 6th. Obviously can't binge watch but it looks promising so thought I'd mention it. It's about the final days of The Knight's Templar.

- The Man in the High Castle on Amazon Prime. Season 3 starts in early 2018. The show is about what life may have been like if Germany had won WWII.

GD2 wrote:

+1 on everything this man just talked about.

Also recommended:

- Game of Thrones (HBO, 7 Seasons): I'm sure all of you have heard about it. If you like fantasy/medieval stuff with some politics mixed in, this is your show.

- Mindhunter (Netflix, 1 Season): Especially interesting to me since I've actually been doing research on serial killers recently, but it's essentially a dramatized version of the story that led to the creation of the FBI's behavioral science unit that did research on serial killers. David Fincher is involved, so it's very Zodiac-esque. It's been renewed for season two, but the creators have a five season story arc planned.

- Stranger Things (Netflix, 2 Seasons): Were you alive in the '80s? You'll probably did this horror/adventure. Not alive in the '80s? You'll probably still dig it.

- True Detective (HBO, 2 Seasons): Season 1 of this show is a must watch for anyone that's into crime shows/murder mysteries. It'll probably go down as one of the greatest seasons of television in history. Season 2 is skippable, but not terrible.

- The Leftovers (HBO, 3 Seasons): This show isn't for everyone, but it's truly a captivating story that will keep you interested to the very end. It essentially follows a group of characters after millions of people just disappear from the world one day.

- Band of Brothers (HBO, 1 Season): You like Saving Private Ryan? This is for you.

- Justified (FX, 6 Seasons): I can't recommend Justified enough. It's a show about a U.S. Marshal, but its far better than your typical law enforcement show. Some great humor, and a great story.

- Mad Men (Netflix, 7 Seasons): Not an easy show to binge, and it's not the most exciting, but the ending is well worth the time you'll invest. It's about an advertising firm back in the day.

- The Last Kingdom (Netflix, 2 Seasons): If you like Vikings, you'll like The Last Kingdom. A lot of the same characters are present, but in different roles and the story is quite a bit different. The book series is excellent as well if you're looking for some reading material.

- One Punch Man (Netflix, 1 Season): I'm not a huge anime guy (I do like Death Note and Attack on Titan), but One Punch Man is a show that I think just about anyone can enjoy. It's about a guy who can destroy anything with one punch, and all he wants is a challenge, but he can destroy anything with one punch...so...

- Longmire (Netflix, 6 Seasons): Bit of a classic take on the law enforcement genre with some modern storytelling woven in. The final season is hitting Netflix in a few days.

- The Keepers (Netflix, 1 Season): Some Catholics that I know who have watched this series weren't super pumped on it, but it's well worth the watch. Documentary about a nun who found out that the head priest was sexually abusing girls, and she ended up dead.

- Narcos (Netflix, 3 Seasons): First two seasons tell the story of Pablo Escobar and are excellent, but the third season struggles a bit as it moves past Pablo's time. Still a good show, though.

- Luther (Netflix, 4 Seasons): Idris Elba plays a very smart British detective with anger problems. Very easy binge considering there are only four seasons, and two of the seasons are only four episodes and one is two episodes.

- The Confession Tapes (Netflix, 1 Season): Sometimes the only goal on a cop's mind is getting a confession, and whether the person did it or not doesn't really matter. This is about cases like that.

- Fargo (Hulu/FX, 3 Seasons): The Coen brothers aren't super involved in this series, but it definitely has a Coen Brothers vibe. If you like their stuff (like the original film), you'll like this series.

- Mr. Robot (USA, 3 Seasons): Definitely a show that is better when you watch all of the seasons in a relatively close time period. Lots of stuff going on in the story that you need to remember. Follows a hacker with some mental/personality problems.

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Band of Brothers is a must watch mini series if you're into war stuff. I watched the entire series again just this last Saturday. The same goes for The Pacific. Spielberg and Hanks have been working on a 3rd series for HBO for a few years now. It's going to be called Masters of the Air. This one will be based on air combat and feature the "Flying Fortress" which is an 11 man bomber. Not much info to be found but I believe it's being released in 2019 possibly 2020.

Also, just want to let you know there's a show starting this Thursday on History called The Hunt for the Zodiac Killer. I'm in Canada so it might already have started in the US. Sometimes the dates align and they premiere on the same date but most of the time the shows start a couple weeks early in the US.

I haven't watched it but apparently another good show is Ray Donovan with Liev Schreiber. Season 6 starts in summer of 2018. He plays a professional "fixer" in LA for rich and famous people. He can make anyone's problems go away except those that were created by his own family.

Ray Donovan is great, it’s a must watch. Season 1 might be a little hoakey with the knight rider-esque background music but that’s the only fault I can find in it. Schreiber is great in it and Jon Voight steals the show, his character is hilarious. Great casting.

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11/14/2017 3:29 PM

My binge watched shows were Sopranos, Deadwood, Office, Trailer Park Boys, Lost, Silicon Valley

Sopranos is so worthy I might watch have to watch it again, its been a few years now.

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11/14/2017 3:41 PM

Barrett57 wrote:

Peaky Blinders, I love it.

Starts in 1919, about a street gang full of ex soldiers in Birmingham, England. Some of the actors have very dodgy Brummie accents but apart from that it's really good.

I absloutely love this show! Cant wait for the new season.

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11/14/2017 4:59 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/14/2017 5:00 PM

cody331 wrote:

+1 on Longmire.
Add Hell on Wheels

Hell on Wheels was great. It did suck that it was cancelled a bit sooner than the creators wanted. The ending could have been much better.
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11/14/2017 5:16 PM

cody331 wrote:

+1 on Longmire.
Add Hell on Wheels

HenryA wrote:

Hell on wheels was a really cool show! A bonus is that it's also a history lesson

Did you catch Damnation last week? Seems like it might be pretty decent

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11/14/2017 5:17 PM

Holy hell! This is awesome. I seemed to of missed some good ones. Thanks you guys for the descriptions on some of these shows too. Lets me know if it's something that'll interest me. I mentioned that I caught all 6 - 7 seasons of the walking dead last winter. I also watched the entire series of Breaking Bad. Couple awesome series for sure.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

11/14/2017 5:17 PM

I know I am not the only one that binge watched "Making a Murderer" as we had a thread dedicated to that one. blink

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