Tantus wrote:Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, A pair of English gentlemen attempt to revive old magic! Very stylish and a good performance all round. It's the sort of British TV I can watch without cringing and feeling guilty that I prefer US TV SHOWS!
Tantus wrote:The Night Manager, Yet another British short-series which was well received. It is a very British spy drama, which may or may not work globally.
Tantus wrote:Banshee, Easily one of the best shows in recent years. It's like, if you took an absurdly violent and sexual graphic novel and turned it into a TV show, you have Banshee..
Tantus wrote:The Expanse, A moderately paced sci-fi show which improves through the episodes towards a nice finale where things finally start coming together. S02 begins in a couple of months and I would recommend it.
Tantus wrote:Colony: It's like a modern day V. Aliens have occupied the Earth and a small resistance is forming. The persistent theme of the show is, would you sacrifice your family for the good fight, or become a collaborator and see them protected. The show has potential going into S02 which begins early next year.
Tantus wrote:Marvel, Netflix are really going to town with their Marvel Superhero series of shows. Daredevil is the better of them, S02 introduces the Punisher along with one of the most violent prison scenes I've seen in recent years. And this show is rated (15)! But, Netflix needs to pick up the pace with real, challenging super-villains. Luke Cage against street thugs isn't interesting. Jessica Jones is not something I would admit to watching, but yeah... it's not a bad show. There are a host of other titles in the works and these characters will form up for a series of The Defenders next year.
Tamar Luminos wrote:Let's see...Blacklist, Dark Matter, Penny Dreadful, Legends of Tomorrow/Flash, Good Mythical Morning/Buddy System (watch it with my son), Star v. the Forces of Evil, Steven Universe, The Regular Show in Space, The Magicians- that seems to be what we're all watching here now.
Oor wrote:If you're not watching Planet Earth 2, there's something wrong with you.
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