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    Gutted that it is coming to and end, such a brilliant series, the wee lassie that plays Ruth is a great actress, also love how cool Marty is, the guy is always so calm.
    Ruth is the best.


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    Just watched ep1 of The Rising on Sky Max, not sure what direction it's heading in but, found it oddly unsettling.
    Just finished it Hutch , I enjoyed it to be fair , Something completely different

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    Spoiler alert. Next Doctor Who is announced. Don't scroll down if you don't want to know.




















































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    Better Call Saul is still a masterpiece in TV, cant wait til the second half of the series to finish it all off
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    Better Call Saul is still a masterpiece in TV, cant wait til the second half of the series to finish it all off
    I did not see that ending coming at all. I expected the outcome in some form but not like that.

    A lot of the side plots have come to an end now. The second half of the series is set up to resolve Gus and Lalo and Kim and Jimmy (both in the short term and in the post Breaking Bad world).

    Genuinely can't wait. It's rare that a prequel matches or arguably even betters the original series but Better Call Saul comes mighty close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    I did not see that ending coming at all. I expected the outcome in some form but not like that.

    A lot of the side plots have come to an end now. The second half of the series is set up to resolve Gus and Lalo and Kim and Jimmy (both in the short term and in the post Breaking Bad world).

    Genuinely can't wait. It's rare that a prequel matches or arguably even betters the original series but Better Call Saul comes mighty close.
    I'm actually watching through Breaking Bad just now for the second time, first time round I really liked it but rushed through it, this time I'm enjoying it even more and notice all the intricacies and back stories to due to Better Call Saul, lots of minor call backs you would just forget about

    They are both outstanding TV

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    I did not see that ending coming at all. I expected the outcome in some form but not like that.

    A lot of the side plots have come to an end now. The second half of the series is set up to resolve Gus and Lalo and Kim and Jimmy (both in the short term and in the post Breaking Bad world).

    Genuinely can't wait. It's rare that a prequel matches or arguably even betters the original series but Better Call Saul comes mighty close.
    Shame we have to wait 7 weeks for the next episode.

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    Reeling from Better Call Saul

    Reeling

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    Stranger things season 4 back tomorrow on Netflix

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    Finished Ozark. Been an excellent programme ending was decent many get ruined by this.

    Onto The Staircase now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LustForLeith View Post
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    Reeling from Better Call Saul

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    yup - still processing it. best TV writing I've ever seen.

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    Stalled on Ozark, will catch up with that again, waiting on Walking Dead and Outlander restarting so in meantime watched Game of Thrones, **** me thats some watch ! 😵 started Call Saul last night, just love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridge hibs View Post
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    Stalled on Ozark, will catch up with that again, waiting on Walking Dead and Outlander restarting so in meantime watched Game of Thrones, **** me thats some watch ! 😵 started Call Saul last night, just love it
    I'm just persevering with TWD cos I've watched it from the start, desperate for it to finish.

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    I'm just persevering with TWD cos I've watched it from the start, desperate for it to finish.
    Im very much the same now, it seems to have lost a lot from the earlier stuff and is just bumbling along, Im sure Rick will appear in the finale to ready us for a movie or a spin off series where they all live happily ever after 😁

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    The Boys is back for a third series and Outlaws for a second series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    The Boys is back for a third series and Outlaws for a second series.
    Ta MY, never knew about The Outlaws. First series was v. funny. Whole second series is on i-player which now gives me something to binge watch tonight. Wish they'd hurry up and get the rest of the last series of Two Doors Down aired, still only 2 eps on iplayer.

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    Halfway through Midwich Cuckoos on Sky, all a bit weird!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Halfway through Midwich Cuckoos on Sky, all a bit weird!
    I loved the book, got right into John Wyndham, but the reviews were honking so I stayed clear. What do you give it out of 10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    I loved the book, got right into John Wyndham, but the reviews were honking so I stayed clear. What do you give it out of 10?
    Like you, I love John Wyndham's books. This differs a fair bit from the book, but I enjoyed it all the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    I loved the book, got right into John Wyndham, but the reviews were honking so I stayed clear. What do you give it out of 10?
    I'm not really too sure where it's heading, I'll get back to you when I've finished it.

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    Michael Palins Travels of a Lifetime on iPlayer is an amazing bit of TV.

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    Tim Burton version of the Addams Family on netflix from Wednesday


    Based on Wednesday Addams, it's called Wednesday
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    A new 10 part series of the Real Manhunter with Colin Sutton starts on Monday. Looking forward to it

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    We Own This City is out.

    I've loved everything David Simon has done, so the bar of expectation is high 🙂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Whizz View Post
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    A new 10 part series of the Real Manhunter with Colin Sutton starts on Monday. Looking forward to it
    Some career the guy has had.

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    "For life" is a decent watch. It's a legal drama loosely based on a real life character who was wrongfully sentenced to prison in the US and who became a lawyer. It's also the first drama I've watched that incorporates the corona crisis in part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Whizz View Post
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    A new 10 part series of the Real Manhunter with Colin Sutton starts on Monday. Looking forward to it
    What's that on, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    "For life" is a decent watch. It's a legal drama loosely based on a real life character who was wrongfully sentenced to prison in the US and who became a lawyer. It's also the first drama I've watched that incorporates the corona crisis in part.
    Aye, it's a decent watch. Yet another American show with a British actor playing the lead role. He played the part of Anna Friel's husband on Marcella.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneone73 View Post
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    What's that on, please?
    Sky Crime, dont know the time though

    https://news.sky.com/story/why-detec...uthor-12628859

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    Just watched Keep Sweet Prey and Obey on Netflix, it's like a real life handmaid's tale, only in America

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