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Old 3 April 2020, 03:43
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Just got done watching season one of the Terror. Pretty good story of men trying to survive during a failed exploration trip.
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Old 3 April 2020, 08:45
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Just got done watching season one of the Terror. Pretty good story of men trying to survive during a failed exploration trip.
Is this on Netflix or Prime. I've never heard of it, but sounds interesting
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Old 3 April 2020, 08:56
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If you are up for a subtitled B&W series... Seventeen Moments of Spring (1973) is probably one of the best movies produced during the Soviet era. It is a WW2-era espionage thriller that inspired many Soviet youngsters, including Putin, to consider a career in intelligence.

It may seem a little slow-paced, but it's not like we have anywhere to go, right?

I look forward to watching it again... it's only going to be the twentieth time, at least!

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Old 3 April 2020, 09:13
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The Sopranos. Six seasons of 13 shows each.

After that, considering going back to see Breaking Bad a second time. Watching Walt's descent into the blackness is both fascinating and horrifying.
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Old 3 April 2020, 09:25
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The Sopranos. Six seasons of 13 shows each.

After that, considering going back to see Breaking Bad a second time. Watching Walt's descent into the blackness is both fascinating and horrifying.
+ 3.14. I was thinking the same thing this morning.

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Old 3 April 2020, 09:36
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Is this on Netflix or Prime. I've never heard of it, but sounds interesting
It's on Hulu. It's about the HMS Terror and Erebus 1845 lost expedition with a twist of horror.
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Old 3 April 2020, 11:04
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Messiah on Netflix

Caliphate on Netflix. It's a Swedish show dubbed in English. The terrorist plot is run of the mil and there are a few plot twists as well. But the most interesting part for me was how they recruited girls to Raqqa.

I started watching City on the Hill on Showtime last night. Pretty good period crime series set in Boston with Kevin Bacon and no Marky Mark. It's set in the post bussing early 1990's era with a good/evil FBI agent who I'm guessing is modeled on John Connolly.
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Old 3 April 2020, 13:21
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Invasion USA is on Starz Classic right now. I totally forgot how horribly awesome (or awesomely horrible; take your pick) this movie is on every level.
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Invasion USA is on Starz Classic right now. I totally forgot how horribly awesome (or awesomely horrible; take your pick) this movie is on every level.
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Old 3 April 2020, 22:51
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Fast and Loud Season 15.
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Old 5 April 2020, 08:36
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Barry on HBO
I am going to re-watch season 1 then catch season 2

HBO is offering free, live-streaming buffet of some 500 hours of premium content Friday morning.HBO Now (hbonow.com) and HBO Go (hbogo.com)

Plus I am going to finally finish watching the Wire after all these years.
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Old 6 April 2020, 00:40
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If you are up for a subtitled B&W series... Seventeen Moments of Spring (1973) is probably one of the best movies produced during the Soviet era. It is a WW2-era espionage thriller that inspired many Soviet youngsters, including Putin, to consider a career in intelligence.

It may seem a little slow-paced, but it's not like we have anywhere to go, right?

I look forward to watching it again... it's only going to be the twentieth time, at least!

YouTube HD Version
I got through the first moment just fine. I reckon it is a might slow for most, but I thought it was interesting. I thought for daggum sure he was going to flood his house! Onward to the next moment!
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Old 6 April 2020, 11:15
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Night Manager on Prime. Based upon a John le Carré novel. I'm on episode 4, not bad.
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Old 6 April 2020, 11:20
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I'm watching The Last Kingdom right now from the beginning. A new season is coming so going back and watching from the beginning is a discovery of what I missed the first time.

Next up will be Fauda, since another season of this show is also coming.

Somewhere in here I'm mixing in work.
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Old 6 April 2020, 12:32
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I enjoyed the heck out of both of those!
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Old 6 April 2020, 20:52
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NONE of you fvuckers were s2! FFS, let us know what network they are on.
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Old 6 April 2020, 23:26
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Fauda, The Last Kingdom, on Netflix!
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Old 6 April 2020, 23:48
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NONE of you fvuckers were s2! FFS, let us know what network they are on.
With the many streaming services that are available, and people listing what movie titles they are watching, and where they are watching them, you are unable to find what everyone else is watching?

The Military Channel, Hulu, Stars, Netflix and HBO are all listed by previous posters as to where you can find what you want.

FFS.
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...I just finished the first season of Baghdad Central, you boys ain't gonna like this one!
I watched the first episode and was wondering if I should keep watching. I didn't like the evil American raped/beat?? the innocent Iraqi girl plot that went with it....
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