Which TV Series Are You Binging On?

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  1. LeeW macrumors 6502a

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    The Black List. Quite enjoyed it. Prior to that it was Boston Legal. I tend to binge on older TV Series, I hate having to wait for weekly episodes, which is where I am now at with the Black List.
     
  2. Maetzle macrumors regular

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    After having finished Star Trek Discovery a few weeks ago I started binging through Star Trek Voyager and The Next Generation again. Ah how I love Star Trek.
     
  3. ucfgrad93 macrumors P6

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    I love The Expanse. Great show!
     
  4. Zenithal macrumors G3

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    Rewatching Mrs. Brown's Boys. I'd forgotten how lewd this show was.
     
  5. MultiMan macrumors regular

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    Murdoch Mysteries. Haven't been able to watch since season 10, so I have a 36 episode backlog. Wonderful!
     
  6. Zenithal macrumors G3

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    Good show to pass the time. I stopped watching it in season 3, I believe. I wonder if there's a way to catch up on them.
     
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    Just finished season one of Safe on Netflix. It was really weird hearing Michael C. Hall speak with a British accent. Other than that it was entertaining enough I guess, not something I'm in a hurry to return to but it served it's purpose.
     
  9. slamtennis macrumors newbie

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    Just finished Big Little Lies (HBO) Season 1 in two days.
    Recently finished Impulse (Youtube) Season 1.
    Thinking of starting Sharp Objects (HBO) or Dead to Me (Netflix) next.
     
  10. yaxomoxay macrumors 68040

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    Finished Cobra Kai - Season 2 (2019). What a wonderful little series, lots of fun, entertainment, 1980’s nostalgia, and good action.

    Strike First.
    Strike Hard.
    No Mercy.

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    It's ok.

    Dark comedy but for me not that funny. I'm still enjoying it though.
     
  13. jeyf macrumors 65816

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    "Dead To Me" i here its worth watching but I have not seen it. Starts off as a comedy and gets darker?


    game of thrones final episode is today.
    maybe after the hype goes away we will binge the whole final season.


    I watched the final episode e22/23 of "Big Bang Theory" last night and it was a good glow.


    i posted here and to mention it again:
    we watched a short netflix series "Bonding" and found it nice. an unconventional fiction so read the reviews before hand
     
  14. slamtennis macrumors newbie

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    I was going to watch "Dead to Me," but got a recommendation to watch "The Society(Netflix)." "The Society" has impressive writing and I found most of the storylines to be believable. The acting was also above average! A pretty high standard for a teen show. I recommend it to all of you.

    Will finish off Season 2 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," and then begin "Dead to Me." Dark comedies are enjoyable to me.
     
  15. Zenithal macrumors G3

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    Trailer is out for Pullman's His Dark Materials for BBC and HBO release later this year for anyone interested.
     
  16. arefbe macrumors 6502

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    Santa Clarita Diet. Too bad it’s been cancelled.
     
  17. pachyderm macrumors 603

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    Never got into this one.

    Drew Barrymore is an automatic no go for me.
     
  18. arefbe macrumors 6502

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    I can understand that. Me, either, but she and Timothy Olyphant have an unbelievable chemistry.
     
  19. LizKat macrumors 601

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    Not actually doing this yet, but if we get much more grey rainy day ambience around here, I'm going to bust open my old TV show archives and watch a few CSI Miami episodes just for the sunshine.

    Didn't some TV channels used to have marathon reruns of stuff like Law'n'Order on holiday weekends for those not inclined to get out and about for those occasions? Think I remember doing that one year when we drew a total rainout for the entire holiday at end of summer.
     
  20. Zenithal macrumors G3

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    It was a mild 72 today. Dropping down 20 degrees by Sunday for all day rain.
     
  21. pachyderm macrumors 603

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    Just finished Happy Valley - loved it.

    Currently watching Longmire on Netflix.
     
  23. LizKat macrumors 601

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    This series should be interesting if Hulu's greenlighting of a first season of 8 episodes materializes onto TV screens from work based on some short stories of Nathan Ballingrud: North American Lake Monsters. The genre is not exactly Loch Ness style fantasy, more like sheer horror over the real and imagined monsters amongst us. OK, probably some decent vampires and fallen angels, and we're not talking Lake Erie or Ontario here, more like Pontchartrain: the setting is Louisiana. The series so far is untitled.




    North American Lake Monsters to become TV series.jpg

    I probably wouldn't be able to watch some of the shows. A few stories in the collection were page turners for me and some I could not finish, but then all short story collections have uneven appeal to most readers, even if they're not in the horror genre, which is not one I really care for. I was drawn into the book of stories by the cover art, I confess!
     
  24. rhett7660 macrumors G5

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    Playing catch up on it, but have been watching "Chernobyll" on HBO and wow! What a great freaking show!
     

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