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    Quote Originally Posted by hallanthony View Post
    We've enjoyed Succession too, just finished the 2nd season last night, great last scene!
    Me too, a great ending, but a bit predictable after the final conversation between father and son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbh View Post
    Me too, a great ending, but a bit predictable after the final conversation between father and son.
    Indeed though I wasn't sure if that's what they'd agreed or just against him based on the killer comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob s View Post
    I thought the latest Netflix season of Top Boy was good, really enjoyed The Boys too as others have said.
    Enjoyed Top Boy, thought it was slow to get going but ended strong.

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    Another shout for Unbelievable, very good

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    For those of a certain age and who also were into DC comics then take a look on Amazon Prime.....Swamp Thing.

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    15 minutes into The Prodigal Son, and it's great fun if you like psycho procedurals!

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    The capture on BBC iPlayer is going good so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by village View Post
    For those of a certain age and who also were into DC comics then take a look on Amazon Prime.....Swamp Thing.
    Also Doom Patrol - it's just started on the Sci-Fi channel here.

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    Giri/Haji on BBC and iPlayer. Japanese / British gangster/crime story. Very good so far (on episode 4 of 8).

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenius View Post
    The capture on BBC iPlayer is going good so far

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    excellent series based on a worrying practice of security services in the UK to foil plots with the "ends justify the means" attitude.
    and all the problems that potentially come along with it.

    Takes a few episodes to get going though.

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    In no particular order, highly recommenced:
    Ray Donovan
    Bosch
    Stranger Things
    Designated survivor
    True detective (apart from S2)
    Chernobyl
    The boys
    Schittís creek
    Sherlock
    Westworld

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    Not sure if itís already mentioned in this thread but The Sinner season 1 is brilliant although in my opinion not at all suitable for children... itís one to watch when the kids go to bed and itís fairly graphic with adult themes. Itís the first series Iíve watched where I couldnít really predict what was going to happen or what direction it was going to take.

    Secondly I really enjoy the Killing Eve series. I just finished season two and thought it was both funny and at times a bit harsh. If you want something light and a bit different check it out.

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    This should be brilliant!

    So clever my foot fell off.

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    Try 'The young offenders',
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    Fracture is decent, keeps you guessing all the way and has lots of twists

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingBanana View Post
    This should be brilliant!

    looks good. i have been holding off on this show for years. i love the premise of it and if its the last season i will wait for it to end and binge watch all the seasons .

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Try 'The young offenders',
    The two Irish lads and the mum? Brilliant!

    I caught it by accident last night and was pi55ing myself. It's also quite moving with some quality acting and script.

    I've set a series link and will catch up on missed episodes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fianoglach View Post
    looks good. i have been holding off on this show for years. i love the premise of it and if its the last season i will wait for it to end and binge watch all the seasons .
    I'm really looking forward to the conclusion. It's been a really enjoyable series, and each season seems to better than the last. Hope the finale is not a flop, looking at you, Game of Thrones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob s View Post
    I thought the latest Netflix season of Top Boy was good, really enjoyed The Boys too as others have said.
    Agreed, Top Boy was good and turned into a bit of a binge watch. We had to watch it with subtitles though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingBanana View Post
    This should be brilliant!

    Looks good, I think Iíll watch season 3 now. The last one was so delayed I never got round to it.

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    As above capture at the minute, also been told Dublin murders or is it diaries is pretty decent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onelasttime View Post
    The two Irish lads and the mum? Brilliant!

    I caught it by accident last night and was pi55ing myself. It's also quite moving with some quality acting and script.

    I've set a series link and will catch up on missed episodes.
    Indeed, I laughed out loud many times yet also found it very moving, sad story hidden in a funny programme.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    'Too Old To Die Young' on Prime is superb. I only came by it via a film search for one of my favourite directors, Nicolas Winding Refn.

    It's a crime drsma and is a bit slow to start with (lots of lingering slow panning shots that Refn loves) but it's so worth it. Very brutal at times too. I was genuinely shocked at some scenes.

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    The Kominsky Method is back for season 2 on Netflix. If you missed the first season, give it a look. It is a really lovely, innocent, funny show.

    I am going to binge it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beechcustom View Post
    'Too Old To Die Young' on Prime is superb. I only came by it via a film search for one of my favourite directors, Nicolas Winding Refn.

    It's a crime drsma and is a bit slow to start with (lots of lingering slow panning shots that Refn loves) but it's so worth it. Very brutal at times too. I was genuinely shocked at some scenes.
    I gave up on this after 3 or 4 episodes. I'm a NWR fan but it felt a little too slow and indulgent. Every episode feels feature-length and in the end I wasn't connected enough with any of the characters to see it through. I may go back to it at some point!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon8oy View Post
    I gave up on this after 3 or 4 episodes. I'm a NWR fan but it felt a little too slow and indulgent. Every episode feels feature-length and in the end I wasn't connected enough with any of the characters to see it through. I may go back to it at some point!

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    I can understand that, I very nearly switched off before the end of the opening scene. I'm glad I didn't. Zero chance of watching this with the gf so I'm slowly making my way through. Am at episode 10 now.

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    Watched the new Jack Ryan series on Amazon over the weekend - very enjoyable and good fun.
    So clever my foot fell off.

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    The pistorius doc on amazon prime is well worth a watch

    4 1hr episodes.

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    Mrs SiSetts and I watched the whole of Unbelievable on Netflix.
    Talk about a lazy Sunday.
    Worth a watch.

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    The pistorius doc on amazon prime is well worth a watch
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    The Spy on Netflix with Sacha Baron Cohen. Based on a true story.

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    Really enjoying The Watchman, as dark as the Zach Snyder film and as good so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingBanana View Post
    Watched the new Jack Ryan series on Amazon over the weekend - very enjoyable and good fun.
    Thats good news... very much enjoyed the first series.

    The plan had been to start it last weekend, but finished Succession s1 we piled straight into s2! Its very good Ė last night we got to episode 3, Hunting. A very uncomfortable watch meaning it was superbly acted. Put me in mind (in a slightly different way) of the Negan in the woods episode of Walking Dead. Brian Cox was a brute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliverCD View Post
    Thats good news... very much enjoyed the first series.

    The plan had been to start it last weekend, but finished Succession s1 we piled straight into s2! Its very good Ė last night we got to episode 3, Hunting. A very uncomfortable watch meaning it was superbly acted. Put me in mind (in a slightly different way) of the Negan in the woods episode of Walking Dead. Brian Cox was a brute!
    Just finished binge watching both seasons of succession. One of the best things I have watched for ages, really really good! Boar on the floor..........


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingBanana View Post
    Watched the new Jack Ryan series on Amazon over the weekend - very enjoyable and good fun.
    I'm currently 3/4 of the way through. It's good but I'm not sure it's quite as good as the first. The first was very believable, this one a little less so.

    I'm very much looking forward to the final series of The Man in the High Castle which is due soon. I know many have struggled with this but I love it. One of the appeals for me is the quality of the acting, John Smith, Tagomi and Kido in particular are beautifully played. Especially the former, to ellicit so much sympathy in a character who does many terrible things is no mean feat. I even find myself empathising with Kido despite his atrocities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy67 View Post
    I'm currently 3/4 of the way through. It's good but I'm not sure it's quite as good as the first. The first was very believable, this one a little less so.
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    Watchable action binge but not as good/plausible a story. Bit disappointed.

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    Finished watching S1 and S2 of Patriot (Amazon prime) over the last few.weeks and very much enjoyed it. Some weird storylines but the characters are well written and some genuine lol moments.

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    Not really a series but I'll bung it here - Rich Hall's latest documentary, his Cold War history 'Rich Hall's Red Menace' is typically acerbic and very entertaining.

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    For All Mankind on the new Apple TV+ is really superb. Follows the world after a slightly different outcome of the US and Russian space race in the 60ís. If this is indicative of the quality of shows they will be producing I think it could be a really good streaming service!


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    We're loving the new David Attenborough series on BBC Sunday evenings at the moment. Can't believe that it's got relegated to the 6.20pm slot though - surely it's worthy of the 8pm prime time position!

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    We're loving the new David Attenborough series on BBC Sunday evenings at the moment. Can't believe that it's got relegated to the 6.20pm slot though - surely it's worthy of the 8pm prime time position!

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    2 into series two the Britannia series, really weird but I like it!

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    Rick & Morty is back next week on Channel 4.

    I guess you have to have a certain sense of humour but I find it funny, rest of the series is on Netflix.

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    Recently finished Bosch, after it being recommended on this thread. It was very enjoyable. I thought that season 4 was superb but season 5 was a little all over the place, but still far better than your average cop show. Looking forward to it return next April.

    I'm about to dive into re-watching The Shield. It's been about 10 years since I last watched it and my wife has never seen it. It's a cracking show, can't wait to start it.

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    The Spy on Netflix with Sacha Baron Cohen. Based on a true story.
    Yes, very good.

    Quote Originally Posted by neil-c-8 View Post
    We're loving the new David Attenborough series on BBC Sunday evenings at the moment. Can't believe that it's got relegated to the 6.20pm slot though - surely it's worthy of the 8pm prime time position!
    Excellent series as expected, but perhaps the narrative is getting a bit too "preachy"?
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    Netflix has a World War 2 in colour series on, each episode focuses on a pivotal moment of the war, from Pearl Harbour to Stalingrad, itís really good with some amazing footage.
    Cheers..
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    I've just watched the first episode of (Star Wars) The Mandalorian and thought it was pretty good!

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    Been watching Jack Ryan first series after reading here. Gripping & realistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motman View Post
    The Spy on Netflix with Sacha Baron Cohen. Based on a true story.
    Into the third episode, really good.
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