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    Quote Originally Posted by CropleyWasGod View Post
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    Ta.

    As it turns out, the final series of Engrenages was superb.The whole run of 8 seasons is up there with my favourites ever.
    Im watching series 1 at the moment. Lots of gears to go through. The autopsy scenes are beyond graphic...I’m getting a lot more from it second time around, it’s just a merciless takedown of every corner of the French justice system. Everyone’s corrupt, there’s not a redeeming feature in there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Im watching series 1 at the moment. Lots of gears to go through. The autopsy scenes are beyond graphic...Iím getting a lot more from it second time around, itís just a merciless takedown of every corner of the French justice system. Everyoneís corrupt, thereís not a redeeming feature in there.
    That's what I love about it. I might just go back to the beginning:)

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    Just started the 2nd season of "Rectify", fantastic TV, great storyline with excellent thought provoking dialogue that moves along at a steady comfortable pace. Even if was ***** it would be worth watching just to see Abigail Spencer in summer dresses.

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    Trial 4 on Netflix. US police corruption at its finest.

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    I just finished White House farm. I wasnít aware of the story, but I really enjoyed watching it, how can someone do that.

    United we stand here....

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    Brassic is brilliant
    Yip - easy watching and funny at times.

    And Michelle Keegan.

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    I see Dexter is coming back for a new series, hopefully ties up a few loose ends after the hugely iffy ending to the last one.
    Yeah really enjoyed Dexter but a real damp squib of an ending.

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    Framing Britney Spears.

    I didnít know anything about her story really, never liked her music and Iím not interested in celebrity news. Just watched it with the family and itís just incredible viewing. Unsettling and troubling. Iíd like to think the paparazzi are more restrained than they were 15 years ago but Iím not so sure.

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    Running through Zero Zero Zero on Sky Atlantic/box sets. Pretty good stuff so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Framing Britney Spears.

    I didnít know anything about her story really, never liked her music and Iím not interested in celebrity news. Just watched it with the family and itís just incredible viewing. Unsettling and troubling. Iíd like to think the paparazzi are more restrained than they were 15 years ago but Iím not so sure.


    leave Britney alone


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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbageandribs1875 View Post
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    leave Britney alone

    Florian Kamberi has really let himself go

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    Framing Britney Spears.

    I didnít know anything about her story really, never liked her music and Iím not interested in celebrity news. Just watched it with the family and itís just incredible viewing. Unsettling and troubling. Iíd like to think the paparazzi are more restrained than they were 15 years ago but Iím not so sure.
    There was a good documentary on the BBC late last year about celebrity culture. Back in the early 00s some paparazzi were making £10K from one photograph. One guy was bemoaning that the bubble had burst because famous people had taken things 'in house' and now posted their own photos on Instagram and the like. He was pleading poverty where a few minutes earlier he had been explaining how good he was at upskirting. My heart bled for him.

    I think the paparazzi are largely more restarined because no one wants their work anymore.

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    Sometime last year back in deepest darkest lockdown I saw a Facebook clip of Anthony Bourdain enjoying a chippy in Glasgow and ever since I've watched just about every one of his tv programmes while dreaming about travelling again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Grieves View Post
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    Sometime last year back in deepest darkest lockdown I saw a Facebook clip of Anthony Bourdain enjoying a chippy in Glasgow and ever since I've watched just about every one of his tv programmes while dreaming about travelling again
    Salt and Vinegar or just salt? 🤔

    There must've been better things you've watched than that.
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    I see BBC1 are showing Bates Motel, starting tonight. Really enjoyed it first time around.

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    Watched Behind Her Eyes on Netflix at the weekend.

    Psychological thriller. Was pretty good, I'm not really in to that genre tbh but enjoyed it

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    I see BBC1 are showing Bates Motel, starting tonight. Really enjoyed it first time around.
    Watched it all the way to the last season on netflix then took a break from it for a while and went back to watch it but netflix don't have it on anymore

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    Watched Behind Her Eyes on Netflix at the weekend.

    Psychological thriller. Was pretty good, I'm not really in to that genre tbh but enjoyed it
    I enjoyed that , But took a good 20 minutes after it finished to understand it all

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    I enjoyed that , But took a good 20 minutes after it finished to understand it all
    I had to watch something with happy vibes after it as it was a major WTFFFF!! 🤣🤣

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    I see they are reviving Frasier. One of my all time favourite shows, canít see how itís anything but an excuse to top up the pension pots and something they will butcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    I see they are reviving Frasier. One of my all time favourite shows, canít see how itís anything but an excuse to top up the pension pots and something they will butcher.
    I'll be giving it a look. Kelsey Grammar is great in the role and it's a character they'd successfully migrated from another sitcom - Cheers - to start with. I'm hopeful for this one.

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    Salt and Vinegar or just salt? 🤔

    There must've been better things you've watched than that.
    Curry sauce.

    You need to see it. Typically there's derision directed towards Scottish cuisine but here was an American bigging up a traditional Scottish chippy in a way I hadn't heard before.

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    I'll be giving it a look. Kelsey Grammar is great in the role and it's a character they'd successfully migrated from another sitcom - Cheers - to start with. I'm hopeful for this one.
    I seem to be in the minority in that I loved cheers (had season 1 on dvd and it was tremendous) but never really been that bothered at all for Frasier, albeit only tried it a few times.

    Everyone else seems to either be the other way round, or at least likes Frasier just as much!

    I guess the fact that I knew of Frasier before I seen him in cheers might make a difference.. but give me coach and the early cheers days any day of the week.

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