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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by GSX42, Oct 20, 2019.
Band of Brothers is excellent.
The Expanse seasons 1-3 are on there and Season 4 is coming in December I think. Science fiction stuff.
Science fiction is but the setting, the story..... humans, being human as well as not.
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I love Amazon Prime. I got several TV Firesticks and have a TV on a shelf for my treadmill. I love watching TV while walking with a bit of running... 50-60 minutes at 4mph or better. I go longer quite often because I'm watching a series... currently about to finish season one of True Blood. The Boys is on my list. Just did Goliath on the big screen with my wife... succumbed to the preview hype and watch seasons 1-3 in about a week... only 8 shows to a season... interesting and different.
We loved Justified when it was on regular TV.
We started Tin Star last night after about 15 minutes we turned it off —
You should not have to try so hard to understand wtf people are saying.
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
The Man in the High Castle
The Grand Tour
The Tick(only if you can handle kooky stupid comedy)
Greatest American Hero. As a kid, FBI Agent Bill Maxwell with his 1911 was badass. Even my 10 year old self knew Ralph was a liberal crybaby.
S4 Dec 13
Red Rock, series about the Irish Garda in Dublin.
Thanks for the suggestions. The wife wanted check out Bosch so that’s what on. Appreciate the list of stuff to watch.
I watched an Icelandic show ("Trapped"?) about a dismembered body found when a tourist ferry came in==Excellent mystery! Same for the "Battle for Sebastopol" and "Battalion" (Russian war movies about WWII and WWI, respectively). Just finished "Electric Dreams" by Phillip K Dick. Some real good programs but some real stinkers as well. So far the best has been "Carnival Row" (Highly recommended if you like fantasy).
Absolutely watch Jack Ryan
We like the British detective shows on Prime and Acorn:
I like Jack Ryan but my wife doesn't. Wish it didn't have the language in it.
Good Omens was hilarious, starts a little slow but worth the watch
Well, call me obsolete or an old fuddy-duddy or whatever, but I've been enjoying the old B&W Perry Mason episodes, and I'm just about to the end of season 2, with 3 more to go. It's interesting to see all the old cars in pristine condition, the older style architecture of the buildings and homes, how folks furnished their homes, the men and women's hairstyles and clothing styles of the era, the slender shapes and pointed boobs of the attractive women (heehee), and how everyone smoked cigarettes - even in the hospital rooms, LOL!
If anything, it's a representation of a more believable, simpler, but somewhat extinct era that's gone by, which is in stark contrast to today's often unbelievable entertainment offerings...
Just finished True Bond and started Grimm. Waiting for Jack Ryan S2