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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton-Browne View Post
    Thanks for the heads up. Interestingly, they've released all of the episodes at once rather than rationing them out, two at a time.

    Yes indeedy; what a splendid idea. Watch at your convenience !!

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    We have just finished this:

    "The Man in the High Castle is an American dystopian alternate history web television series depicting a parallel universe where the Axis powers of Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan rule the world after their victory in World War II"

    Excellent. Based on a book by Philip K Dick And produced by Ridley Scott and Frank Spotnitz. Very uncomfortable in places but gripping to the end.
    Alt history at it's best.

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    The missus and I have been bingeing on the US version of The Office. Not a new TV show at all but it only arrived on Netflix recently. Can't believe I hadn't seen it before. Put us both in laughing fits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradiddle View Post
    The missus and I have been bingeing on the US version of The Office. Not a new TV show at all but it only arrived on Netflix recently. Can't believe I hadn't seen it before. Put us both in laughing fits.
    I’ve watched it all the way through twice. Hilarious show and some brilliant characters from main ones like Dwight through to smaller ones like Creed.

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    Not exactly new, but I have just started watching Lilyhammer. US Ex-Mafia mobster relocates to Norway. Very funny. Plus the lead is a ex-member of E Street Band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zanderpants View Post
    For those that liked The Queens Gambit there is another show called Godless on Netflix by the same guy. Absolutely superb and as much as I liked Gambit I thought Godless was better.


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    Thenks for the suggestion, Once I stop watching the jaw dropping coverage of US politics (CNN on far too much!) I will give it a go

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    Sharp Objects. Perfectly captures the sleepy yet creepy and incredibly dark atmosphere of a small deep south town through the eyes of a deeply disturbed journalist, facing her past demons whilst investigating the deaths of 2 young girls.

    Make sure you keep watching to the very last end credits of the final episode!

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    Probably mentioned previous but started watching the Americans, just into series 2 and enjoying, still a long way to go so hoping it doesn’t flatline along the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by watchcollector1 View Post
    Sharp Objects. Perfectly captures the sleepy yet creepy and incredibly dark atmosphere of a small deep south town through the eyes of a deeply disturbed journalist, facing her past demons whilst investigating the deaths of 2 young girls.

    Make sure you keep watching to the very last end credits of the final episode!
    Check out the sim audio moon system in that show. Outstanding! Good show also. She’s working on another similar project out soon I believe

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    Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown

    Not a new series, but one which had completely escaped my notice until now.
    Available on Netflix (all series) and Amazon Prime Video (series 1-7).

    I have only watched a couple so far, but am hooked already. From what I have seen so far I would describe it as 'easy watching, food meets travel meets politics'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chinese_Alan View Post
    Discovered an old ITV series called The Unforgotten on Netflix which is really good.
    thanks for the recommendation. just binged all 3 seasons. very very good. don’t know how i missed it when it came out.


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    It’s an oldie but Oz looks promising, 3 episodes in


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    Quote Originally Posted by Casper View Post
    thanks for the recommendation. just binged all 3 seasons. very very good. don’t know how i missed it when it came out.


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    This is a brilliant series, can't wait for the next one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linocut View Post
    This is a brilliant series, can't wait for the next one.
    We’ve started this after the recommendation and love it

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    Just rewatched the 2 series of Barry.


    Outstanding.

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    Just finished watching Lupin on Netflix, I would definitely recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony-GB View Post
    Just rewatched the 2 series of Barry.


    Outstanding.

    I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyg View Post
    Not exactly new, but I have just started watching Lilyhammer. US Ex-Mafia mobster relocates to Norway. Very funny. Plus the lead is a ex-member of E Street Band.
    Brilliant series, Steve Van Zandt fish out of water doesn't cover it 3 series to watch ..9/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurDALEY View Post
    Brilliant series, Steve Van Zandt fish out of water doesn't cover it 3 series to watch ..9/10
    I wouldn't describe van Zandt as a fish out of water as he's basically playing the same character that played for 6 series in the Sopranos but I do agree with you - brilliant series

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    Fish out of water as in American Mobster in a rural Norway type way...
    but certainly worth a watch....

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    Just a quick PSA for anyone starting Lillyhammer - it was cancelled after three series, so you do get left in the lurch stortwise, somewhat. It is still absolutely worth watching, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurDALEY View Post
    Fish out of water as in American Mobster in a rural Norway type way...
    but certainly worth a watch....
    HA, sorry got completely the wrong end of the stick

    As you were...

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    Not new at all, but I've just watched the first two episodes of The Bush Tucker Man on YouTube. Excellent.

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    Started Discovery of Witches tonight and first couple were alright.

    Anyone seen it??

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    2 for you

    Susan Calman's Grand day out C5 9pm Friday
    Very good travel show as Susan and her Camper van
    'Helen' travel round different areas of the UK
    Calman is a great host very natural and funny with it
    And of course the scenery is stunnning, she also done a Scottish version which is also worth watching.

    Straight after that is Great Train Journeys , narrated by Bill Nighy ,although you don't see him, his lilting tones follow the Trains on journeys around the World last week up to Mt Etna great scenery all the way


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    Late to the party (season IV is on its way) but the Marvelous Mrs Maisel on Amazon Prime is really, really funny. High ratings on IMDB as well.

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    Another vote for Godless on Netflix..very good

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    The Investigation

    Starts tonight @9pm BBC2 Dramatisation ( Based on the true story )of the murder of Danish Reporter Kim Wall, killed on a homemade Submarine.. and her body found 11 days later and the skipper of the Sub changing his story all the time, couple of Nordic noir Borgen favourites star as well looks good.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurDALEY View Post
    Starts tonight @9pm BBC2 Dramatisation ( Based on the true story )of the murder of Danish Reporter Kim Wall, killed on a homemade Submarine.. and her body found 11 days later and the skipper of the Sub changing his story all the time, couple of Nordic noir Borgen favourites star as well looks good.....


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    All episodes are on iPlayer, really enjoyed that. If it was fiction I wouldn’t have believed it, especially those cadaver dogs - amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony-GB View Post
    Just rewatched the 2 series of Barry.


    Outstanding.
    Barry is the best thing I’ve seen on TV in years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Started Discovery of Witches tonight and first couple were alright.

    Anyone seen it??

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    Watched 4 episodes and it’s fine but just a bit meh. Some beautiful scenery and locations but the story and sense of threat is very lightweight.

    I’ve decided it’s really just Twilight for the over 40’s.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeG View Post
    Just finished watching Lupin on Netflix, I would definitely recommend.
    +1 on that. Loved it. Can't wait for part 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeG View Post
    Just finished watching Lupin on Netflix, I would definitely recommend.
    And for the voiceover geeks on the forum..... apparently the detective who gets closest to working out who Lupin is, is the same voice actor that plays the Professor in Money Heist.

    Personally I watched the brilliant Money Heist in Spanish which is a much better experience but my 13 year spotted this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurDALEY View Post
    Starts tonight @9pm BBC2 Dramatisation ( Based on the true story )of the murder of Danish Reporter Kim Wall, killed on a homemade Submarine.. and her body found 11 days later and the skipper of the Sub changing his story all the time, couple of Nordic noir Borgen favourites star as well looks good.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maris View Post
    All episodes are on iPlayer, really enjoyed that. If it was fiction I wouldn’t have believed it, especially those cadaver dogs - amazing.
    Another thumbs up for The Investigation. Finished it last night.

    Tiger - A 2 part documentary about the rise, fall & recovery of Tiger Woods is pretty good even if your not a Golfist, which I'm not.
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    Anyone else watching Briarpatch on Alibi?

    Woman returns to the town of her youth after her sister is murdered.

    Has a definite Fargo vibe, enjoying it so far.

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    It's a sin was excellent and worth a watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alansmithee View Post
    It's a sin was excellent and worth a watch.
    I gave the 1st one ago but on reflection will give the rest a miss

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    Midnight Diner on netflix. Superb quirky Japanese series. I'm sure it was aimed at a Japanese audience but I recommend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowman View Post
    Anyone else watching Briarpatch on Alibi?
    Woman returns to the town of her youth after her sister is murdered.
    Has a definite Fargo vibe, enjoying it so far.
    Yes - I enjoyed it. Watched all of it now.

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    Currently going back through The West Wing. It’s aged very well IMO.

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    I started (re)watching X-Files, from the very beginning, with my 14 year old son - 5 episodes in and he seems to be enjoying it so far.
    Mulder and Scully can still cut it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey99 View Post
    And for the voiceover geeks on the forum..... apparently the detective who gets closest to working out who Lupin is, is the same voice actor that plays the Professor in Money Heist.

    Personally I watched the brilliant Money Heist in Spanish which is a much better experience but my 13 year spotted this.

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    Just started watching it last night. We had a new tv delivered last night and I was convinced the lip synch to the sound bar was faulty. Then it dawned on me it might just be dubbed when I saw the French text , the rest as they say.........

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    Atm we are watching

    Goliath and evil. They are OK I gues

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    Started watching The Fall on Netflix. Really enjoying it so far and Gillian Anderson is still soooo hot!


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    Quote Originally Posted by zanderpants View Post
    Started watching The Fall on Netflix. Really enjoying it so far and Gillian Anderson is still soooo hot!


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    She’s excellent in Sex Education if you’ve not seen it.

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    Not a new series but can recommend The Serpent. We watched it on catch up couple of episodes a night and thought it was really good. Really gives a good impression of somebody truly evil and how they got away with murder, literally, for a long time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey99 View Post
    And for the voiceover geeks on the forum..... apparently the detective who gets closest to working out who Lupin is, is the same voice actor that plays the Professor in Money Heist.

    Personally I watched the brilliant Money Heist in Spanish which is a much better experience but my 13 year spotted this.

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    I wish that I’d watched it in Spanish with subtitles, I always find voice overs incredibly off putting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alansmithee View Post
    It's a sin was excellent and worth a watch.
    Quote Originally Posted by awright101 View Post
    I gave the 1st one ago but on reflection will give the rest a miss
    I was interested right up to the point when I saw it was by Russell T Davies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougair View Post
    She’s excellent in Sex Education if you’ve not seen it.
    I have and you’re right. She seems to be getting better with age!


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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Not a new series but can recommend The Serpent. We watched it on catch up couple of episodes a night and thought it was really good. Really gives a good impression of somebody truly evil and how they got away with murder, literally, for a long time.
    Another vote for this, slow to start but if it wasn’t based on truth you’d find it hard to believe. A great series to binge on


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