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    The English is fantastic its the mixture of a Sergio Leone Western, with a touch of Sam Peckinpah and a large dose of Quintin Tarantino... Superb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildheart View Post
    The English is fantastic its the mixture of a Sergio Leone Western, with a touch of Sam Peckinpah and a large dose of Quintin Tarantino... Superb!
    Just finished it yesterday, very enjoyable indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildheart View Post
    The English is fantastic its the mixture of a Sergio Leone Western, with a touch of Sam Peckinpah and a large dose of Quintin Tarantino... Superb!
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    Just finished it yesterday, very enjoyable indeed.
    Just finished episode 2 and looking forward to cracking on with it tonight.

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    Well I have to say Tulsa King on Paramount+ is bloody briliant, the scene in episode 2 where he's taking a test is p-ss funny...

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    I actually started a thread on S2 of Gangs of London, forgetting this one was running. Absolutely fantastic television.

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    Really enjoyed Tokyo Vice, quite disappointed with it's very abrupt ending though! Only renewed in summer so I'm expecting a fair wait for S2. Shame.

    Started The English - immediately gripping. Looking forward to watching more!

    The FIFA doc on Netflix in 4 parts is very good, David Conn is a great journalist (as seen recently with the Michelle Mone PPE scandal) and the doc gets access to some really interesting insiders including Sepp Blatter himself!

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    We watched both series of Bloodlands on iplayer and thought it was absolutely brilliant with the way it unfolds and the satisfying ending.


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    Did I miss mention of The Peripheral on Prime?

    Iím enjoying it so far, a bit Matrix meets Westworld but in a good way

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    Another vote for The English. watched a couple of episodes this afternoon.

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    Wednesday, compelling, weird and funny.

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    Channel 5, how the other half live. Presented by Brian Cox from Succession.

    Only two episodes but extremely good and very sobering.

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    Just started James Corden's Mammals, very promising black comedy on Prime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildheart View Post
    Just started James Corden's Mammals, very promising black comedy on Prime.
    Quoted for posterity.

    Promising is the word.

    Wait until you realise that you hate EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER in it, they're all deeply unlikeable. Then the big reveal at the end when you're supposed to feel some sympathy but can't because you hate them all. All of them.

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    Loved SAS Rogue Heroes, thanks for the heads up as I normally swerve BBC stuff nowadays.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Passenger View Post
    Wednesday, compelling, weird and funny.
    Yep, loved it, every second. I normally don't care for teen fantasy stuff - Twilight et al, but this is an absolute joy. The script is very clever with Wednesday delivering some killer one-liners, and the actress playing her is perfect, a star in the making.

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    Ive finished the English - superb.
    Also just finished motherland on Netflix which is very funny and well observed plus Diane Morgan.

    Now working through white lotus s2 and have Wednesday on my list.

    Kims Convenience on Netflix is also very good and an easy watch.

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    Anyone else recognise who the School Principal is in Wednesday, clue she was in GOT...
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    Don't watch GoT, but I recognised her from The Sandman where she played Lucifer Morningstar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonK View Post
    Don't watch GoT, but I recognised her from The Sandman where she played Lucifer Morningstar.
    Ah she's perfect for that, suitably androgynous...read all the comics at least through preludes and nocturnes, love Gaiman's work.

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    Red Election on Disney+ Comment below sums it up for me, thoroughly enjoyable and (a little absurd) but engrossing.

    "A Spooks-like spy drama based around European geopolitics, Russian expansionism, Scottish separatism and good old- fashioned Cold War espionage.

    The cast are great. It's tightly paced and completely binge-worthy!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonK View Post
    Yep, loved it, every second. I normally don't care for teen fantasy stuff - Twilight et al, but this is an absolute joy. The script is very clever with Wednesday delivering some killer one-liners, and the actress playing her is perfect, a star in the making.
    watched the whole lot very good Wednesday wow

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    Was recommended Inside Man on iPlayer. Enjoyed it. Only 4 episodes so it kept moving.

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    Just finished season 3 After Life. Superb

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    Edge of the Earth - Sky Documentaries

    I’ve watched 2 of the 4 episodes that are all about extreme adventures and they were absolutely superb.
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    Really enjoying Tokyo Vice, very good watch so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thfccambs View Post
    Really enjoying Tokyo Vice, very good watch so far.
    Yes very well made and a good story
    The 2nd season of Trapped the Icelandic thriller is also excellent

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    Quote Originally Posted by thfccambs View Post
    Really enjoying Tokyo Vice, very good watch so far.
    Yes Iím liking this ,and young sato wearing a panerai


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    When Severance first came out, I watched the first episode and didn't like it. I was struggling to find something to watch last week, so thought about going back to it.

    I am so glad I did, it is excellent. I was gripped, watching one after another.
    Just posting this now in case others did the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thfccambs View Post
    Really enjoying Tokyo Vice, very good watch so far.
    Just finished this and can highly recommend it.


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    I found Outer Range on Amazon was very watchable. Cowboy sci-fi, and not too heavy on the sci-fi. The story isn't resolved at the end of the season.

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    Mentioned earlier I think but Peacemaker on Sky has some real laugh out loud moments. John Cena is great, if you liked the Boys itís got a similar vibe - good switch your brain off juvenile fun. About 5 episodes in and really enjoying it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aksing View Post
    Just getting into The Leftovers, interesting so far, heard it gets better in season 2 and 3.
    Well that certainly turned out to be true! One of the most interesting and thought-provoking series I have watched, and with a good ending too, which is very rare, unlike Line of Duty, GOT, Dexter, Sopranos etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thfccambs View Post
    Really enjoying Tokyo Vice, very good watch so far.
    Agree, fascinating to see a foreigner working for a Japanese newspaper and the spectacular culture clash, and then throw in the Yakuza and hostess clubs.

    Also enjoying the fun ride and characters of the White Lotus.

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    Finished re-watching the two seasons of Jack Ryan on Prime. Wife described it as 'mixture of Bond and Bourne' which I think is pretty good. Absolutely superb! Looking forward to S3 landing on 21st December.

    Also watched Tyson on Disney, thought it was rubbish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon8oy View Post

    Also watched Tyson on Disney, thought it was rubbish.

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    Tyson the film where Iron Mike is talking about his life and where it shows the robin givens part of his life?

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