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What TV Shows Are you Watching?

Started by Rev. Powell, January 25, 2022, 09:03:19 AM

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Rev. Powell

Seems like we used to have a thread like this. If not, we should. What are you watching (new or old, broadcast or streaming)?

I just started Netflix's "Archive 81" last night. Horror series about a man restoring old fired-samaged videotapes from the early 90s that hide... something (occult, I assume). A dual plot, as the hero has his own issues to deal with, and we watch the older story unfold videotape by videotape. A promising start.
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Newt

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Resident Alien.  Based on the comic book series.   They are doing a decent job of it.  Alan Tudyk is good.  Just odd  enough.
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Alex

Just finished season 15 of Supernatural and I am currently working my way through Sapphire & Steel as well as The Ghosts of Motley Hall.
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ER

I tried to watch How I Met Your Father. I failed.
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ER

Yaaaaaaay! One of my all-time favorite shows growing up, Picket Fences, is on Hulu!
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indianasmith

I just finished DEXTER: NEW BLOOD which I really enjoyed - a much better send-off for Dexter than the original series gave him.

And a very twisty Showtime series called YELLOWJACKETS which was very dark and compelling!

And my wife and I are enjoying THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT.
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Ticonderoga 64

The original DARK SHADOWS, DOCTOR WHO and BORIS KARLOFF'S THRILLER

HappyGilmore

Peaky Blinders
Riverdale
Walking Dead
911

Blinders I just started on Netflix. The other 3 are airing on tv and watch as they air.

Stranger Things starts in May so I'll resume that.
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Alex

Into The Labyrinth, Sapphire & Steel, Friday the 13th the series.
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Rev. Powell

Finished "Archive 81" (good, not great), and I'm back to finishing up the entire "Seinfeld" run (I'm on Season 7), finishing the last season of "12 Monkeys," and I need to watch the final two episodes of "The Mighty Boosh."
I'll take you places the hand of man has not yet set foot...

Rev. Powell

Having finished "The Mighty Boosh," I turned to a series I've been meaning to watch for decades: 1967-1968's "The Prisoner." It combines two things I love: Swinging 60s style (lava lamps EVERYWHERE) and Kafkaesque existential parables.
I'll take you places the hand of man has not yet set foot...

JuanSnz

I put 'V The Final Battle' on hold, until I found a good reason to resume the watching. Yes, even Jane Badler is not enough reason, at the moment, to keep watching the series.
So, I think I'm going to restart watching the season 2 of Family Guy. I don't know how far I will go through this.

Alex

Just finished The Book of Boba Fett.
Your kisses turn princes into frogs and passion plays into monologues.

FatFreddysCat

The docu-series Secrets of Playboy on A&E.

Damn, ole Hef was into some seriously DANK s**t, yo!
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Trevor

Quote from: Rev. Powell on March 06, 2022, 11:06:31 AM
Having finished "The Mighty Boosh," I turned to a series I've been meaning to watch for decades: 1967-1968's "The Prisoner." It combines two things I love: Swinging 60s style (lava lamps EVERYWHERE) and Kafkaesque existential parables.

Dad always talked about The Prisoner but I never saw it until 2020: it freaked me out that a series which was made the year I was born could almost predict the future so well. I think Patrick McGoohan saw the future coming and he didn't like what he saw coming  :buggedout:
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