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Discussion in 'RC' started by J., Mar 11, 2004.
Rogue One really hit the mark.
I finished Locke & Key on Netflix. The new female friend watched it with me. It was an enjoyable, if predictable, show that can be watched by all ages.
I need to start Ozark s2, but I keep putting it off.
Finished Ratched a while back. Meh, didnt enjoy it very much. Nurse Bucket was awesome, though.
Really looking forward to The Haunting of Bly Manor.
We watched episode 1 of Ratched, and it was okay. It had some interesting parts, but it just doesnt feel right. It feels forced, if that makes sense.
It gets worse lol. The cars and costumes are great, though.
Loving every second of Fargo s4.
Audiovisual quality of this show is outstanding.
Is it the one with Ewan McGregor or is there a new one? I lost count...
@J.: you need to watch Ozark s2 indeed, if only to get to the third season which is by far the best and imo one of the best seasons of any show
Nope, the new season just got out. It's with Chris Rock and the actress who played the pregnant wife in Chernobyl.
Ozark is gooooood. Can't wait for the new season.
Im rewatching Married with Children. I love it. Its refreshing to watch a show that wasnt afraid.
Just started on Barbarians tonight. I'm two episodes deep and already invested.
ugh. not sure I want to get into that.
first 20 minutes were kinda cheesy.
the Expanse though. Fucking greatness
next season December I think
18th I think. So stoked
is anyone here still watching The Walking Dead? I'm only asking to have a laugh
You all reading the Expanse books? If not, you guys better hold on to your butts for season 5.
I need to pick back up on The Expanse. Kinda got burnt out with it for a while, but it truly is a badass show.
Waiting for s3 of Fortitude to become available somewhere, but I've read it's a lame final season of the show.
WTF is The Expanse? Is it on Netflix? If so, I'll look into it.
It's on amazon prime. The first seasons were on SyFy, and you can feel it the first few episodes, but after you get through that the series really picks up.
The show starts off of a noir style crime show, but it's not that at all. It's a science fiction that deals with politics in our solar system, which evloves to something much more complex.
What makes the show/books is that the characters are extremely well written and act like real people. Not to mention the physics in the show is very solid and central to the plot.
I read all 8 books so far, and absolutely adore the series and books. I cannot wait for the last book.
Ah, Amazon Prime. I guess I won't be watching it. I'm typically not big on Science Fiction anyway.