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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by geoff_in_nc, Jan 10, 2019.
Roma, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
The events on that ferry happened in 1993. In the present timeline, the characters took a plane to Norway.
the office (not too sure why no one has recommended the best tv show of all time yet)
Parks and Recreation
Stranger Things (THIS)
The Haunting of Hill House
For a Westworld fan I have three recommendations:
Thematically, Black Mirror is probably most similar to Westworld in addressing the relationship between humans and technology/AI.
If you don't mind the subtitles, I've really been pushing Dark which I thought was one of the best and smartest sci-fi series I've seen in several years. It was a bit under the radar, probably because it's German, and it does take 4-5 episodes to really get going. The last 4-5 episodes of season 1 were simply mind-blowing.
Last, not a Netflix show, but The Expanse (initially on SyFy but recently acquired by Amazon) deftly blends political intrigue with hard space sci-fi.
Schitt$ Creek! Seriously, the best show I've watched since The Office.
Agreed. It's intelligent with good writing and performances.
We just started and I’m surprised how much I’ve liked it. I’m not much of a TV series guy, but find the Netflix series closer to watching a long movie with intermission every hour than a typical series. They are very well done.
We went through Stranger Things and Mindhunter in just a few nights. We’re nearly done with Making A Murderer. All were very good.
On my list are Ozark, American Vandal, Five Came Back and a few others.
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Shameless....William H Macy kills
I'll be the first, (maybe the only) to recommend the Netflix series called "Lilyhammer." Steven Van Zandt plays a gangster who is sent to Norway under the witness protection program and starts to build a crime empire there.
There are some fantastic reruns
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
Better Call Saul
I will admit that Blacklist is a guilty pleasure. Though it repeats the same plot lines, sorry lines and “aha” moments incessantly. I can’t help but chuckle that these super human agents are completely blindsided by the same damn thing, over and over.
It's still the Viking era, just so you know
Once again folks, thanks for all the suggestions!
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I mostly watch documentaries ( except for the viking series ) I have purosely avoided game of thrones ( for now) and will watch it at a later dated through episodes 1 to adnausium
I thought it was a show with a lot of depth. i'm sorry i'm not a student of philosophy enough to really discuss it. I saw what I identify as Gnostic themes being played with.
i'm watching Dark on your recommendation. i'm on about #4. it hasn't exactly kicked in yet, but i'm hopeful.
If you like westerns/westward expansion/US History- Hell on Wheels is great.
Longmire for sure!
The Last Kingdom
Parks and Recreation