Garian wrote:Oor wrote:Garian wrote:Misfits is wrapping up with their final season. They changed much of the cast, but it's quite entertaining. Looking forward to how they will handle the story.
Episode 3 is on tonight!
Ah yeah, forgot about that! I have been watching that too - I still miss Nathan though, even now!
@Victor: I think the same, but at the same time, I have to give them credit. The short guy makes me laugh in unexpected ways.
Ceri the Urt wrote:Reign: My husband looks at me like I have lost my mind whenever I sit down to watch this. I WANTED to hate it. LOL Something about channel 11 shows gets under my skin and I really just didn't want to like it...but damn if it isn't one of my favorite shows. The characters are intense, and nice on the eyes, the plot is interesting, it fills the conspiracy need in me. I find myself screaming at the TV when I watch this, and thats always a good sign of a great show LOL. This is a Thumbs Up!
The Blacklist: Holy Shit. Good does not begin to cover this show, it is intense, witty, with a great plot. The "indepth" storyline is a tad predictable...but what they do with it is anything but. We watch on the edge of our seats every time it comes on.
Leah wrote:I tried to like Reign. I really did. But there were so many little things that were off, like clothing, mannerisms, even the hair, that I just..it drove me nuts.
Glaucon wrote:Leah wrote:I tried to like Reign. I really did. But there were so many little things that were off, like clothing, mannerisms, even the hair, that I just..it drove me nuts.
Let me guess.... bloody Mary is turned into a saint? I am curious what is off about it, exactly. The more serious historical drama series I have seen from the last decade or so tend to be pretty good when it comes to clothing, hair and so forth. Like that Rome series. And the 'Stuarts'. The Borgias with Jeremy Irons took more liberties but was pretty good on the overall 'look' department as well, I think.
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