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    Been working my way through Justified, delighted to hear a final season is being made.


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    Been working my way through Justified, delighted to hear a final season is being made.
    I've enjoyed it as well. The latest series is available on Sky on demand - don't think it's been on proper tv yet.

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    Currently watching the killing (American version) on Netflix, pretty good, on season three and felt the first two seasons started to drag but still watchable

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    Started watching Hannibal a few days ago, absolutely loving it!
    Hannibal is superb.

    Watched Marco Polo on Netflix which is pretty good, also watched the third season of Continuum on Netflix thanks to getting access to the american site.

    Also on the last episode of broadchurch season 1 which is excellent




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    Quote Originally Posted by Godsahibby View Post
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    Been working my way through Justified, delighted to hear a final season is being made.
    Timed that well, finished this on sky on demand yesterday to find out episode 1 of season 6 aired in the U.S. last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godsahibby View Post
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    Timed that well, finished this on sky on demand yesterday to find out episode 1 of season 6 aired in the U.S. last night.
    Big fan of the books Justified comes from but not watched it yet, could be the next watch.

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    True Detective. Fantastic dialogue and quite genuinely scary.

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    Agree with you on Lilyhammer - very good.
    I was massively disappointed in lillyhammer. Love steve van zandt, love the writing team, can't understand why it didn't work.

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    True Detective. Fantastic dialogue and quite genuinely scary.
    Brilliant TV loved this,returning for season 2 soon Colin Farrell and vince Vaughn star in this one

    Just started watching Hannibal only 3 episodes in but quite enjoying it so far

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    I'm currently on season 5 of House. Some episodes are a bit too predictable but it feels like I'm hooked!
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    Watching Top Gear just now.... Questions. Does James May, who I really like, pick his own outfit for the show?? If not who does? He actually makes Clarkson look stylish!!

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    "Spiral" on BBC4

    It's on Series 5 just now, but probably my favourite foreign-language series ever.

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    Wolf Hall - the adaptation of Hilary Mantel's fine novel. Mark Rylance is the saturnine Thomas Cromwell - a man who kicked up by his wits from low and unpleasant beginnings.

    The BBC are making a big thing out of it but I feel it's too dark. Tudor life was bleak all right but there must have been crowds and music and street life.

    The first episode was like a bunch of admittedly fine actors playing in various empty National Trust venues.

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    Can't get into Broad church but Silent Witness has been brilliant so far with these 2 parters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Wolf Hall - the adaptation of Hilary Mantel's fine novel. Mark Rylance is the saturnine Thomas Cromwell - a man who kicked up by his wits from low and unpleasant beginnings.

    The BBC are making a big thing out of it but I feel it's too dark. Tudor life was bleak all right but there must have been crowds and music and street life.

    The first episode was like a bunch of admittedly fine actors playing in various empty National Trust venues.
    Laughed out loud at your final sentence. I said the same about the NT properties to Mrs Bollah. I read both Mantel books and am thoroughly enjoyed the adaptation so far.

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    I'm going to start Gomorrah soon. Heard good things about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    "Spiral" on BBC4

    It's on Series 5 just now, but probably my favourite foreign-language series ever.
    Surprised no one else has mentioned this before. Much grittier and in my eyes much better than the Scandi style series. The end of episode 6 was completely shocking. There can't be many shows that would get rid of a main character so suddenly

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosano View Post
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    Surprised no one else has mentioned this before. Much grittier and in my eyes much better than the Scandi style series. The end of episode 6 was completely shocking. There can't be many shows that would get rid of a main character so suddenly
    I'm still in shock about that.....although, thinking it through, not sure that all is as it seems.

    Anyway, I am off for a couple of weeks so will catch up on the iPlayer when I get back....nae spoilers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danderhall Hibs View Post
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    I'm going to start Gomorrah soon. Heard good things about it.
    You won't be disappointed it's top notch

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    Been having a Walking Dead fest. Start my backshift at 3pm, daughter away to school, wife at work, dog walked, housework done (I've hoovered!) now sitting down to start season 4....

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    I'm going to start Gomorrah soon. Heard good things about it.
    It's great

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    http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-ra...-date-unveiled

    Better call Saul starting up on Netflix on 9th February




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    Fortitude started well last night. You cant beat norsk noir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyJo View Post
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    http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-ra...-date-unveiled

    Better call Saul starting up on Netflix on 9th February
    Early reviews suggest this is better than breaking bad, if that's possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Fortitude started well last night. You cant beat norsk noir.
    It certainly did enough to hook me 8 for another few episodes.....i have loads of questions already 😀

    Thought at one point it was going for a Sci - Fi vibe

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwuhibby View Post
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    It certainly did enough to hook me 8 for another few episodes.....i have loads of questions already 😀

    Thought at one point it was going for a Sci - Fi vibe
    There were definitely a few echoes of 1980s scifi alien in the arctic classic The Thing. But then it morphed into a whos bad whos good whodunnit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    True Detective. Fantastic dialogue and quite genuinely scary.
    I loved True Detective but I wish I could erase the last 10mins from my memory. A much better ending would've been a certain character dying in the climax. Could've done without the silly Hollywood happy epilogue ending which, for me, contradicted the whole tone of the series. Looking forward to season 2, though.

    In other news, HD trailer for Game of Thrones season 5 released:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbwi42_EF5g

    Can't wait!
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    I can't recall Banshee getting a mention on here before but Season 3 is 4 episodes in and I love it.

    It has a great anti-hero as lead, some cracking supporting characters (include some rather attractive ones) and the fight scenes are always epic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Future17 View Post
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    I can't recall Banshee getting a mention on here before but Season 3 is 4 episodes in and I love it.

    It has a great anti-hero as lead, some cracking supporting characters (include some rather attractive ones) and the fight scenes are always epic.
    one of the toughest guys on tv, love that show

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    There were definitely a few echoes of 1980s scifi alien in the arctic classic The Thing. But then it morphed into a whos bad whos good whodunnit.
    Thought Fortitude was really good, looking forward to seeing how it develops.
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