Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by HaventGotALife, Feb 15, 2014.
I'm trying to figure out who the show is named after.
Molly's Game via Showtime on Hulu.
Missed this one in theaters, even though I love Aaron Sorkin's writing, and this was his debut as a director, as well. Hell of a cast, too. Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba, Kevin Costner.
"Vampire Circus" from 1972.
Athletics at Yankees
Marcella, season 1
Peppermint via Showtime on Hulu.
Avengers: Endgame, then possibly the Handmaid's finale.
The original "Village of the Damned." Those spooky alien kids are still damn creepy.
Where can I find the complete set of "Game of thrones"?
Finished The Boys
Now watching Wu Assassins.
Also following a bunch of currently airing anime
A Certain Scientific Accelerator
Arifueta-From Commonplace to World's Strongest
Astra: Lost in Space
Do You Love Your Mom and Two-hit Multi-Target Attacks?
Fruits Basket (2019)
Is it Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Season 2
Karakai Jouzu Takagi-san 2
Lord El-Melloi's Case Files: Rail Zepplin Grace Note
Grace and Favour, aka Are You Being Served Again? on Britbox.
Instinct, then some more of Reaper.
Just finished The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and the third season of The Good Place. I still need to finish the last season of Gotham. Not sure when I'll get to it. I got pretty burnt out on it.
Grand Designs on Netflix.
Rangers at Yankees
Mets at Nationals
Tin Star, season 2
From the Earth to the Moon, streamed on Amazon Prime Video.
I had forgotten that this series was twelve (!) parts, I just finished number eight. These are all well done, with good f/x for the time and great acting. Some of the episodes are more interesting than others, but overall it has aged pretty well.
The space geek in me would have loved to see HBO do a followup series in this style on the 70s-80s ASTP/Shuttle/Salyut/Skylab/Mir era that followed.
Catching up with Harrow, then Black List
HBOGO, HBONOW or the soon to be launched HBOMax (or something like that). As far as I know, other than the DVD or Bluray sets, these are the only options and they'll cost you a subscription fee...
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