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    Quote Originally Posted by sjedwardz View Post
    Where are you watching this please? I canít find anything about UK release.

    It used to be on more 4 at least seasons 1 and 2 not seen S3 on there though.

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    ĎAwayí on Netflix is a good watch.

    Iíve just started ĎTehraní on AppleTV+. Only watched the first episode but seems promising so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjedwardz View Post
    Where are you watching this please? I canít find anything about UK release.
    It's on in Australia if you have a SmartDNS, https://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/program/fargo.

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    Started watching Wisting on BBC via iPlayer - it's a Scandinavian detective thriller.

    3 episodes in and it's hotting up nicely - Carrie-Anne Moss guest starring helps ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Tetley View Post
    ĎAwayí on Netflix is a good watch.

    Iíve just started ĎTehraní on AppleTV+. Only watched the first episode but seems promising so far.
    Well worth the watch

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    Any good New TV Series worth watching

    Quote Originally Posted by LRB255 View Post
    Well worth the watch
    Episode 2 watched. Im definitely hooked now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pugster View Post
    season 4 of fargo has not long started (3 ep in) - a great series if you have not seen any of them.
    I take it you don't need to have seen Season 3?

    Loved the 1st 2 seasons but Ewan MacGregor is my kryptonite, just about unwatchable in anything after Shallow Grave/Trainspotting IMHO and I managed 1 episode of S3 before giving up.

    Edit: He's ok when travelling the world on a motor bike

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    Just watched Lance on the iplayer. A documentary on Lance Armstrong. Found it really interesting even though I have no interest in cycle racing.

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    Just started Money Hoist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitch3110 View Post
    Just started Money Hoist
    I'm on season 4. can't stop watching it but would be scared to reccomend for fear of being called out for how bad it is! More of a guilty pleasure.

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    I'm watching to the lake on Netflix. Russian virus series. Its excellent.

    Really enjoyed the bbc shorts "mandy" recently too. Made me LOL and all on iplayer.

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    Iím testing out Tehran on Apple TV + at the minute. Seems good so far but could suffer the curse that Iíve seen with other Apple TV stuff .... starts strong and seems to disappear up its own bum. Hopefully not this time though

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickGaters View Post
    Iím testing out Tehran on Apple TV + at the minute. Seems good so far but could suffer the curse that Iíve seen with other Apple TV stuff .... starts strong and seems to disappear up its own bum. Hopefully not this time though
    Iím up to episode 5. Still good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy tims View Post
    Iím up to episode 5. Still good.
    Is this a series that is subtitled??

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    Another vote here for Tehran, very good...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ENES View Post
    Is this a series that is subtitled??
    Yes, but some of the dialogue is in English.

    You can also turn off the subtitles if you don't need them to understand Persian.
    Last edited by andy tims; 15th October 2020 at 09:28.
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    Canít believe it but just watched ďBreaking BadĒ all over again some 6 /7 years later .....

    Its so good what a cast and lots i missed 1st time around.....

    Watchmen ......hmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by vagabond View Post
    Started watching Wisting on BBC via iPlayer - it's a Scandinavian detective thriller.

    3 episodes in and it's hotting up nicely - Carrie-Anne Moss guest starring helps ;-)
    Finished this last night (10 episodes in S1) and a bit of a mixed bag. Worth a watch if you've nothing else :-|

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    Probably mentioned loads of times through this thread but I'm totally hooked on Ozark and into season 3, I didnt think anything would ever come close to Breaking Bad but Ozark is getting there - love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkeywaters View Post
    Probably mentioned loads of times through this thread but I'm totally hooked on Ozark and into season 3, I didnt think anything would ever come close to Breaking Bad but Ozark is getting there - love it!
    agree 100%

    Marty's character is brilliantly constructed and acted ......and Julia Garner as Ruth amazing actress great future ahead.

    its so good you can easily watch 4 episodes in a row..

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    I thought the opening episode of the new Star Trek Discovery series was great and shows a very interesting new direction for the franchise - going nearly a thousand years further into the future.

    Some of the design was particularly impressive- astonishing future technologies being envisioned.
    So clever my foot fell off.

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    Watched the first three episodes of The Right Stuff on Disney+ last night.

    Based on the Tom Wolfe book about the Mercury seven and NASA's endeavours to put an American in space. I thought it was very well done and portrayed a lot of the tensions and rivalries between the astronauts and families, plus just how shambolic the early days of NASA really was. Oh and lots of watch spotting to be had too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingBanana View Post
    I thought the opening episode of the new Star Trek Discovery series was great and shows a very interesting new direction for the franchise - going nearly a thousand years further into the future.

    Some of the design was particularly impressive- astonishing future technologies being envisioned.
    Watched first season on terrestial TV cant rememeber whether (more4 or 5star) and it was enjoyable although a little predicatble mid season.

    Hope the channel picks up S2 for us freeview owners

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    Quote Originally Posted by trott3r View Post
    Watched first season on terrestial TV cant rememeber whether (more4 or 5star) and it was enjoyable although a little predicatble mid season.

    Hope the channel picks up S2 for us freeview owners

    The 2nd season is better than the first imho.

    The finale has the most spectacular special fx I've ever seen in a TV series, or pretty much any recent movie to be honest.
    So clever my foot fell off.

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    Billions s5 has just come on to Sky/NowTV.
    Cheers..
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    Just finished season 2 of Condor. Really enjoyed it

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    Half way through The Queens's Gambit on Netflix, story of an orphan girl who becomes a chess prodigy in the 50's and 60's - thoroughly engrossing

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/tv/the_queens_gambit


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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvWatch View Post
    Half way through The Queens's Gambit on Netflix, story of an orphan girl who becomes a chess prodigy in the 50's and 60's - thoroughly engrossing


    Just finished watching it, REALLY enjoyed it and Anya Josephine Marie Taylor-Joy is a pleasure to watch.

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    Just finished a show on Netflix call ĎKingdomí based around an MMA gym.

    One of the best shows I have ever seen (probably top 5 of all time....). Very grown up character driven drama with some of the best writing and acting I have seen, easily 5/5!


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    Nearly finished S2 of "The Alienist" on Netflix - not a bad psychological murder mystery set in New York in the late 19th century. Only 8 episodes in S2 for some reason (vs 10 in S1).

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    Mandalorian Season II starts October 30th on Disney+

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    Billions s5 has just come on to Sky/NowTV.
    See the first episode. Hoping this series is as good as previous.

    Quote Originally Posted by awright101 View Post
    Just finished season 2 of Condor. Really enjoyed it
    Pretty good IMHO too.

    Quote Originally Posted by thieuster View Post
    Mandalorian Season II starts October 30th on Disney+
    Will watch it, but was a bit underwhelmed with S1, especially as it was the reason we got Disney+

    Nearly finished Tehran (Apple TV) This is the best thing I've watched for a while. Also Long Way Up has been good after the first few episodes which were far too focused on getting the electric bikes charged up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by awright101 View Post
    Just finished season 2 of Condor. Really enjoyed it

    I also enjoyed that.

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    Started watching Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with David Chang.

    Trying to drag out Bourdain - Parts Unknown for as long as I can.

    Quite good.

    Another series of Somebody Feed Phil is released again tomorrow on Netflix.

    As you can tell - food and travel shows are all I really watch.

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    On Apple TV

    For All Mankind - very good - an alternative version of the Space Race set in the 1960's / 70's

    Servant - Not bad, if slow.

    On Sky

    The Knick - very good but not one to watch when having your dinner - lot's of gory surgical scenes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy tims View Post

    The Knick - very good but not one to watch when having your dinner - lot's of gory surgical scenes.
    That, right there, is among the soundest advice ever posted on this forum. I'm not squeamish, but flipping heck...

    By the way, did you know that nurse Lucy is Bono's daughter?

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