TV shows you are - or will be - watching.

Steve

Boomer Member
I no longer watch Netflix because of their signing the Obamas and the Harry/Megan corporation to hundred million dollar deals. I don't want to pay for them just to watch crap woke sermons.
 

UKRob

Forum GOD!
I no longer watch Netflix because of their signing the Obamas and the Harry/Megan corporation to hundred million dollar deals. I don't want to pay for them just to watch crap woke sermons.
I’d bet it’s not difficult to tell you and a ray of sunshine apart in the same room, hey Steve?
 

Tortuga

The Spangle Maker
Until I am proved wrong, I remain...
Fair play mate, your thinking is sound to me, I see a general decline in the quality of Netflix's output of late, these new deals for the already over privileged Royals is the icing on the cake.
 

UKRob

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Until I am proved wrong, I remain...
Fair play mate, your thinking is sound to me, I see a general decline in the quality of Netflix's output of late, these new deals for the already over privileged Royals is the icing on the cake.
But this thread is about programmes that people are watching, not about what people are not watching. There is a thread, however, for disgruntled people to air their minor grievances - why not take a look.
 

les24preludes

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Watched Moscow Noir on Walter Presents and gave up. Boring and unsympathetic characters.

Latest Strike was OK, but it's getting formulaic.

Extinction was terrific. Really worrying analysis of how disrupting nature will result in more pandemics. Politicians never listen, though, unless they're in the EU where this is discussed and some actual steps are happening. And states like Oregon where climate change is burning up their states and for the first time they're actually saying to the White House "do something". China is still full of wet markets and illegal trade in wildlife. Shameful. Criminal.
 

Steve

Boomer Member
But this thread is about programmes that people are watching, not about what people are not watching. There is a thread, however, for disgruntled people to air their minor grievances - why not take a look.
Obverse/reverse. You're going to watch the same old reruns until Hollywood deigns it safe for actors/crew to mingle like the used to do... hence, 2028 fall season.
 

Rufusdog

Forum GOD!
I’ll be watching S1/Ep1 of Van der Valk tonight. This is a 2020 remake of the Van dear Valk crime drama series set in Amsterdam that first aired from 1972 to 1992. I watched the first series right through, so I’ll be interested to see if the new series is as good as the first. I’d like to see them bring back Callan and The Sweeney both of which are from the same era as Van der Valk, but better.
I’ve watched the first two episodes of Van der Valk now. I liked them both, but they seem grittier and rougher than I remember the original series being.
 
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chris.hale

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Staff member
Nope, can't remove that feature from Netflix. I asked them about it. I just don't understand why they want to do that. I never skip the opening titles ever. Most of the shows I've been watching recently have amazing title sequences, e.g. The Young Pope, True Detective, Mindhunter, Dark etc

Rectify is not available over here either.
Perhaps because other people do want to skip the titles? Just because the button's there you don’t have to press it. If a title sequence is interesting I’ll watch it but I don’t need to see it every episode.
 

les24preludes

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Checked out Van der Valk. Quite good, but nothing out of the ordinary. Better stuff on Walter Presents.

Started to watch Dr Zhivago but decided it was too long in one sitting. I may have another go. Some of these Russian dramas go on and on.
 

Holyzeus

TSR reject
Perhaps because other people do want to skip the titles? Just because the button's there you don’t have to press it. If a title sequence is interesting I’ll watch it but I don’t need to see it every episode.
If I’m binge watching which is usually the case I’ll always skip the titles/recap
 

BartsBalm

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I am just watching I’ll be gone in the dark on Sky Crime.

I am a big fan of true crime documentaries but I have to say this one, whilst good, is not an easy watch and is pretty disturbing!
 
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