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    Quote Originally Posted by jon8oy View Post
    I finished the last episode in S3 of Unforgotten last night on Netflix. Absolutely brilliant! I think there is a Season 4, does anyone know where I can watch it?

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    ITV Hub - we watched it recently as it only aired in late Feb/early March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM25R View Post
    The full collection of 24 is on Star so we started watching it again, we are on no 22 of season 2 and Iíve re-learned a few things that Iíd forgotten.....


    1. No-one is safe
    2. Except Jack
    3. Jack is THE hardest man ever to live. Chuck Norris wears Jack Bauer pyjamas.....
    4. Kim is kidnapped on average 3 times per series
    5. CTU can track anyone anywhere and use technology to great ends but if the phones go down theyíre buggered
    6. Jack Bauer and CTU invented Google Maps, Zoom and Find my Phone
    7. If you kiss Jack, there is a 77% chance you will die
    8. Immunity from prosecution is only a phone call away, regardless of your crimes
    9. Apart from the phones and fashion, it still looks current and stands up to repeat viewing in 2021
    10. Jack Bauer is THE hardest man ever to live!



    Nuclear bombs, domestic and foreign terrorism, Albanian gangsters, turncoat senators, corruption, torture, and unexpected deaths of main characters, itís got it all!

    Bring on Series 3!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vagabond View Post
    ITV Hub - we watched it recently as it only aired in late Feb/early March.
    Brill - thanks! That should keep me going until Sunday and next Line of Duty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey99 View Post
    Am I alone on thinking Line of Duty is a load of old tosh?

    Really contrived storylines and hammy acting and surely one season too much?


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    Quote Originally Posted by pugster View Post
    tried the irregulars- got 3 eps in and gave up, theres no background at all to anything and the 'kids' are just too annoying 3/10 (the 3 is for the sets- which are good and reminded me of ripper street ) , not heard of fauda will give that a look.

    Agreed. It was so dark - visually and dramatically.

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    Forgive me if already me mentioned, but I've been enjoying Invincible (adult cartoon based on comic) on Amazon. Very violent but also knows how to poke fun at itself - and the voice cast is simply amazing! The budget must be ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon8oy View Post
    I finished the last episode in S3 of Unforgotten last night on Netflix. Absolutely brilliant! I think there is a Season 4, does anyone know where I can watch it?

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    Season 4 was my favourite. ITV hub

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    Sally4ever is disturbingly entertaining and while not family friendly itís recommended.

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    I believe it has been mentioned somewhere in the thread but I can recommend ĎYour Honourí.
    I didnít have any particular expectations and only started watching it because my wife put it on,however it is excellent and well worth watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon8oy View Post
    Forgive me if already me mentioned, but I've been enjoying Invincible (adult cartoon based on comic) on Amazon. Very violent but also knows how to poke fun at itself - and the voice cast is simply amazing! The budget must be ridiculous.

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    I second that recommendation.

    Always try to watch animation but realise I'm too old for it. Not so with this series, it's just good.

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    Watched the Sabine Schmitz Top Gear Tribute earlier. Very moving.

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    Never heard of Invincible and have just added to my watchlist and will start tonight cheers!

    I'm really enjoying a few shows:

    Line of Duty
    Debris
    New Amsterdam

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon8oy View Post
    Forgive me if already me mentioned, but I've been enjoying Invincible (adult cartoon based on comic) on Amazon. Very violent but also knows how to poke fun at itself - and the voice cast is simply amazing! The budget must be ridiculous.

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    Thank you! Exactly my sort of cartoon. Very graphic and gory in places with a decent plot.

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    Ripping through ZeroZeroZero. A bit like the excellent Gommorah series.

    Has plenty of English speaking in this one though.

    Features the Cartel, the Italian Mafia and an American family who ship their drugs on tankers.

    Really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbiekhan View Post
    Never heard of Invincible and have just added to my watchlist and will start tonight cheers!

    I'm really enjoying a few shows:

    Line of Duty
    Debris
    New Amsterdam
    Line of Duty is unbelievable

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    On a completely different tack, I've just stumbled across Rob Riggle: Global Investigator on Amazon Prime.

    This is pretty much of it's own unique genre - real historic mysteries, being investigated, but genuinely funny!

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1055898...ws?ref_=tt_urv


    Just goodhearted, feelgood TV. I'm two espisodes in - Holy Grail and now Pirate Treasure, and really enjoying it.

    The opening titles will give you a flavour:

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    So clever my foot fell off.

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    Line of Duty is the best show by quite a mile for me. Zerozerozero was good but maybe an ep or two two long, it could have been tighter, and Your Honor started well but I lost interest after a couple of eps. Flight Attendant I gave a chance but was just too silly rather than quirky and funny.

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    Any Gomorrah fans Iíve just done season 1 Of Subura on Netflix which was great, 2 more seasons to go . Italian with subtitles so need to concentrate

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    Any Gomorrah fans Iíve just done season 1 Of Subura on Netflix which was great, 2 more seasons to go . Italian with subtitles so need to concentrate

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    Any Gomorrah fans Iíve just done season 1 Of Subura on Netflix which was great, 2 more seasons to go . Italian with subtitles so need to concentrate

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingBanana View Post
    On a completely different tack, I've just stumbled across Rob Riggle: Global Investigator on Amazon Prime.

    This is pretty much of it's own unique genre - real historic mysteries, being investigated, but genuinely funny!

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1055898...ws?ref_=tt_urv


    Just goodhearted, feelgood TV. I'm two espisodes in - Holy Grail and now Pirate Treasure, and really enjoying it.

    The opening titles will give you a flavour:


    Saw this when on Discovery.. he is actually funny in a condescending way, the UFO episode is a classic

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    Not new and possibly already mentioned, but having just been signed up to Netflix as a result of switching to SkyQ I've started watching Ozark (following a strong recommendation from my son).

    Currently on S1/E7, and I have to say it's brilliant.

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    Still in pre-production, but one that I think will be worth watching when it comes out - The Contintental, a spin-off from the John Wick films.

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    Snowfall is really good - I'm 2 seasons in so far.
    Story of the early days of crack cocaine dealers & US government influence - set in LA in the early '80's.
    Very good story, acting & soundtrack.
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6439752/
    Watching it on Sky, but is BBC material (not typical BBC show) so may also be on iplayer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ENES View Post
    Snowfall is really good - I'm 2 seasons in so far.
    Story of the early days of crack cocaine dealers & US government influence - set in LA in the early '80's.
    Very good story, acting & soundtrack.
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6439752/
    Watching it on Sky, but is BBC material (not typical BBC show) so may also be on iplayer?
    I had completely forgotten about this after a superb season 1. Thanks for the reminder !!

    Watching it on Disney+


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    Enjoying Star Trek Discovery on Netflix at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAM580 View Post
    Any Gomorrah fans Iíve just done season 1 Of Subura on Netflix which was great, 2 more seasons to go . Italian with subtitles so need to concentrate
    I'm enjoying Subura but found it strangely familiar. Turns out it's a series made from a film, which I saw a few years back. So I know where it's going.

    Started watching Falcon and Winter Soldier (?).
    Thought I'd last 5 minutes but it's actually pretty good.

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    Watching as a family:
    New Girl, quite a few laugh out loud moments
    Modern family
    This is my house, which was strangely entertaining.

    With the Mrs:
    Outlander, and just started John Adams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ENES View Post
    Snowfall is really good - I'm 2 seasons in so far.
    The new season just started on BBC 1 last Sunday.

    The new season of Fargo also started on Sunday - Channel 4. I doubt it will be as good as the first, but episode 1 was pretty good.

    Blinded - Those Who Kill started on BBC4 last Saturday for those that like a Scandi crime drama. Episode 1 was excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy tims View Post
    The new season just started on BBC 1 last Sunday.

    The new season of Fargo also started on Sunday - Channel 4. I doubt it will be as good as the first, but episode 1 was pretty good.

    Blinded - Those Who Kill started on BBC4 last Saturday for those that like a Scandi crime drama. Episode 1 was excellent.
    I've just looked this up and the whole series is up on iPlayer if you can't wait for the next one!

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    Ozarks' very good indeed.

    Falcon and the Winter Soldier is very watchable, the 2 leads do a good job with the buddy gig. NO spoilers, BUT the Wakandan Royal guard are badasses.

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    Mare of Easttown on Sky Atlantic is also very good. Kate Winslet is really good in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedyexplorer View Post
    Watching as a family:
    New Girl, quite a few laugh out loud moments
    Modern family
    This is my house, which was strangely entertaining.

    With the Mrs:
    Outlander, and just started John Adams.
    Only reasons to watch
    New Girl - Hannah Simone
    Modern Family - SofŪa Vergara and the not so pretty Ed O'Neill

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    Mare of Easttown is phenomenal, love it. Also watching Bone and Shadows, its a bit Harry Potter but light entertainment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subseastu View Post
    Only reasons to watch
    New Girl - Hannah Simone
    Modern Family - SofŪa Vergara and the not so pretty Ed O'Neill
    She's 40, so can go in the 'over 40s' thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildheart View Post
    Mare of Easttown is phenomenal, love it.
    We maybe ought to give longer view.

    Watched the first 30 mins earlier this week thought it was poor so turned it off.

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    Donít watch many series on amazon as itís very American and can be a bit dumbed down compared to the european stuff (appreciate you sometimes need a Ďno brainerí to watch) but really enjoyed The Boys, a different take on superheroes and not your usual hero-antihero trope. If you enjoyed The Watchman film I think you will like this. Lots of head exploding gore and the C word so maybe not suitable for all.

    Tales from the loop was good too.

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    Just in case you missed this (as I did), it's Man Vs Bear - for real:

    https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-r...irdest-tv-show


    One of the funniest reviews I've read in ages.

    Has to be worth a watch!
    So clever my foot fell off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonM View Post
    Found a great little series of Ďshortsí on Netflix, ĎLove Death and Robotsí, rated 18, itís a series of very clever adult themed sci fi animations.
    Season 2 of Love Death & Robots is now on Netflix. Not as many this time and a bit of a mixed bag, but well worth a watch. The quality of some of the animation is breathtaking. I know it's all CGI nowadays and motion capture, making it almost live action, but still impressive none the less

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brighty View Post
    Season 2 of Love Death & Robots is now on Netflix. Not as many this time and a bit of a mixed bag, but well worth a watch. The quality of some of the animation is breathtaking. I know it's all CGI nowadays and motion capture, making it almost live action, but still impressive none the less
    Thanks for that, season 1 was superb in so many different ways.

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    Just got round to watching Unabomber on Netflix with Paul Bettany.

    Really good, binged watched in a couple of nights, only 1 episode was a semi-dud where they did a backstory episode and skipped the FBI investigation entirely.

    Will go back through the thread to see what to watch next.

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    Not sure it's been mentioned but Mare of East Town on Sky.

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    And another vote for Mare of Eastown

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    Also just finished Mare of East town, really enjoyed it. Winslet is superb - donít tend to watch much of her stuff so was sceptical, but she made the show

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    Just begun 'Start Up' on Netflix. 4 episodes in ...Wow really enjoying it! Martin Freeman in a totally different role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildheart View Post
    Just begun 'Start Up' on Netflix. 4 episodes in ...Wow really enjoying it! Martin Freeman in a totally different role.
    Just started this last night and was surprised it's from 2017, no idea how I missed it because it's so good. Very similar set up to Ozark

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy tims View Post
    Mare of Easttown on Sky Atlantic is also very good. Kate Winslet is really good in it.

    i was rather surprised how good it actually was - not really a fan of Kate Winslet, but it was very believable plus the end was a bit of surprise.

    Helen Smart as the mother was particularly enjoyable.

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    Bosch will return later this month on Amazon Prime. Season 7 (final one).

    The music for this show is excellent. I must say that it's often the case with Amazon series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enndriz View Post
    Also just finished Mare of East town, really enjoyed it. Winslet is superb - donít tend to watch much of her stuff so was sceptical, but she made the show
    This - Iím sure it will sweep up during the next awards season. Gripping stuff.

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    started watching 'snowfall' on someones recommendation here , half way through season 1 and its very good so far .

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    In the need for some lighthearted TV I decided to watch The Kominsky Method, produced by the same folks who did the Big Bang. Itís stars Alan Aitkin and Micheal Douglas (as an acting coach).

    In one scene the Micheal Douglas character receives a prostrate exam from a doctor played by Danny Deveto and I was in tears. Very funny.

    Available on Netflix

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    Thanks for the Snowfall tip just started watching that Ö.

    Also recommend City on a Hill ÖKevin bacon is nasty nasty nasty 😳

    Sneaky Pete on Amazon

    Your Honor - very good but major plot holes 😀

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