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    This season of The 100 was so much better than the previous, let me know what you think about the end of season story
    Whilst I never saw that series ending coming, its another one to add to the dragging on a bit now list.


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    Killing Eve is excellent.

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    Anybody watch 'The Bank That Nearly Broke Britain' last night? Really interesting watch almost 10 years on from the near collapse of RBS. I'd forgotten so much of what happened (RBS buying a Dutch bank for £79bn in cash, calling a £12bn share issue largely paid for by employees who lost the lot, Goodwin holding out until the last possible minute regarding the government cash injection that was needed to keep the bank, and economy, afloat).

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlesgaeHibby View Post
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    Anybody watch 'The Bank That Nearly Broke Britain' last night? Really interesting watch almost 10 years on from the near collapse of RBS. I'd forgotten so much of what happened (RBS buying a Dutch bank for £79bn in cash, calling a £12bn share issue largely paid for by employees who lost the lot, Goodwin holding out until the last possible minute regarding the government cash injection that was needed to keep the bank, and economy, afloat).
    It was really interesting.

    I wondered if the David Rowland who was on it speaking for NatWest was our old chum, but I googled it and I think he is a different David Rowland.

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    TWD season 9 starts this sunday





    the actor that played Hershel(scott wilson) has died :(
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    Still working my away through Gamorah, great viewing very vicious. Guy from my work is from Naples so been interesting hearing a lot of what went on and how close to the truth it is.

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    Whilst I never saw that series ending coming, its another one to add to the dragging on a bit now list.
    Yeah I don't disagree, I think it's at a point that you can stick with it or leave it without many/loose ends.

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    Started watching Orange is the new black recently on Netflix and so far looks good.

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    The walking dead series 9 has started, the first episode is available at all the usual places.

    Looking good, never thought for one minute i'd enjoy a series about zombies, but i'm hooked on this.

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    Strangers
    Manifest
    The cry
    I'm sick of it
    Slashers

    Cracking viewing the now on TV

    Colony season 2 will be up next

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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyAndy View Post
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    Strangers
    Manifest
    The cry
    I'm sick of it
    Slashers

    Cracking viewing the now on TV

    Colony season 2 will be up next
    I wouldnae rush to watch s2 of Colony, The Cry and Strangers are good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    I wouldnae rush to watch s2 of Colony, The Cry and Strangers are good though.

    Aww i liked Josh Holloway in series 1 :-(

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    Black Earth Rising

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    Complicated but, good. I just finished Killing Eve (the programme), it's got a bit of everything.

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    binge watched "The Haunting of Hill House" on Netflix... one specific part near had me having a wee accident there's some great special effects as well
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    Watched the first couple episodes of Barry last night. About a hitman who stumbles into an acting class when sent to a job in LA and fancies a change of career. Wouldn't say it's brilliant, but pretty original and quite funny.

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    New Yorkshire Vet, never miss it

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    Just finished the sopranos, great show although a little disappointing finish in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    Just finished the sopranos, great show although a little disappointing finish in my opinion.
    I remember being confused at first but now I think of if, was quite a unique closing scene. More memorable than the usual happy or sad ending.

    I once saw one of these fan theories about the ending and it blew my mind a bit. Had little clues and references throughout the series about how it was going to end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frazeHFC View Post
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    I remember being confused at first but now I think of if, was quite a unique closing scene. More memorable than the usual happy or sad ending.

    I once saw one of these fan theories about the ending and it blew my mind a bit. Had little clues and references throughout the series about how it was going to end.
    Not many shows end perfectly but The Sopranos did IMO.

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    Not many shows end perfectly but The Sopranos did IMO.


    The Wire being another notable example of perfect ending IMO.

    Interested to hear what Blackpool felt disappointed by. Maybe just needs time to absorb it all. I've not watched tHe final episode in a while but remember the scenes with Junior being really touching, a great sign off. And obviously Phil Leotardo...

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    Not exactly TV, but a new series of Live From Daryl's House is imminent.

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    The Wire being another notable example of perfect ending IMO.

    Interested to hear what Blackpool felt disappointed by. Maybe just needs time to absorb it all. I've not watched tHe final episode in a while but remember the scenes with Junior being really touching, a great sign off. And obviously Phil Leotardo...
    Maybe on reflection disappointing is a little harsh, it was just what i was not expecting and it was a little predictive, you knew what was coming, we just never got to see it?

    Anyway, now that's finished, anyone got any other suggestions on what to binge on, something similar to the sopranos would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    Maybe on reflection disappointing is a little harsh, it was just what i was not expecting and it was a little predictive, you knew what was coming, we just never got to see it?

    Anyway, now that's finished, anyone got any other suggestions on what to binge on, something similar to the sopranos would be nice.
    Try Gomorrah or Boardwalk Empire bud, both are great viewing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaststand View Post
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    Try Gomorrah or Boardwalk Empire bud, both are great viewing.

    GGTTH
    Cheers, will give Gomorrah a go, i've seen Boardwalk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    Cheers, will give Gomorrah a go, i've seen Boardwalk.
    Its Italian made, so has Engerlish subtitles, but don't let that put you off, as it's real gritty, quality viewing.

    GGTTH

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    Think season 2 of making a murderer is now on Netflix. Will be watching that when I get back home tomorrow.

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    Sure both will have already been mentioned but really enjoying The Looming tower.

    Also finished Jack Ryan. Wasn’t going to watch it as assumed it was just a 24 imitation, but a Friend said to try it. Was better than I expected, nothing groundbreaking but a bit more grounded than the usual super agent stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpoolhibs View Post
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    Maybe on reflection disappointing is a little harsh, it was just what i was not expecting and it was a little predictive, you knew what was coming, we just never got to see it?

    Anyway, now that's finished, anyone got any other suggestions on what to binge on, something similar to the sopranos would be nice.
    Give Ray Donovan a go G!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaststand View Post
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    Its Italian made, so has Engerlish subtitles, but don't let that put you off, as it's real gritty, quality viewing.

    GGTTH
    My mate is Italian and even he has to watch it with subtitles, said the Italian in it is very hard to understand, the dialect is very true to Naples.

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