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  1. #776
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhound Odin View Post
    Yellowstone on the Paramount network.
    Sort of like Dallas, but way better.
    Kevin Costner plays John Dutton, owner of the largest ranch in Montana. Indians, California land developers, and casino regulators are all about trying to take him, his family, and ranch kingdom down. Filmed in UT and MT, it has a very authentic western cowboy feel. Lots of horse riding, cattle roping, drunk cowboy fights, murder, mayhem. There is also naked women and sex in the mix.
    Good story telling and acting. Although, the Dutton family is just as corrupt and criminal as their adversaries, you want them to succeed in the fight to survive.
    Enjoyable show! With Taylor Sheridan writing, there is a little Sons of Anarchy feel to it. I wish it was easier to stream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinFromSA View Post
    So I was reading about new shows coming to Netflix later this year and read the premise for one called "Better Than Us." Did some digging and there's not much on it. Nothing on IMDB either. Ends up that Netflix bought the rights to a Russian show called "Better Than People" and I found the original trailer. It actually looks really good! Anybody know anything about this one?

    If anybody here speaks Russian and could tell me what the hell is going on, that would be great. Haha. Looks interesting either way, though.
    Just finished this on Netflix. It’s been dubbed in English. It’s definitely not a version of Humans like I thought it would be.

    Russian guy that runs a sex robot factory gets his hands on a new Chinese model that has better awareness programming. Although it is not really autonomous, she kills someone and runs off to hide. She befriends a family that she encodes herself to. Evil robot corp eventually finds her and tries to sell the idea of using this new upgrade robot to replace all workers over 45 years old with early retirement bonus program.

    There’s all kinds of side stories: cops, anarchists, divorce, mother with robot child......

    It’s 16 episodes, longer than typical Netflix offering. Although there is plenty of language and violence, there is scant sex scenes, and absolutely no nudity.


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    Just finished S2 of Mindhunter. 4/5 It's going to take forever to finish telling the BTK part of the story though. Maybe it's a plan to try and keep getting new seasons so they can continue.

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    Short series (3 episodes) on PBS Masterpiece called “Mrs Wilson”. Very good. If you like LeCarre spy stories, it is kinda like that, only different.

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    Just got around to finishing season three of "Stranger Things." A bit convoluted and slow at first, but it picks up and finishes nicely.

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    enjoying gemstones, but then I'm from the area and lived the whole baker shitshow.
    "Can't you see..."

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    CARNIVAL ROW
    it's worth a watch if you dig Steam Punk, Middle Fantasy (I found that the story was sandwiched between Low Fantasy tropes and High Fantasy tropes), and don't mind some soap opery elements.
    Well cast, well acted, and a solid production value add a lot to the mix.

    It's like Narnia meets Deadwood...
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBall View Post
    Just finished S2 of Mindhunter. 4/5 It's going to take forever to finish telling the BTK part of the story though. Maybe it's a plan to try and keep getting new seasons so they can continue.

    Not sure how far i'm into it, but had to give it a rest, and not sure i'l finish. First few episodes drew me in, but they're not keeping me interested enough to want to keep going.

  9. #784
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall Tucker View Post
    enjoying gemstones, but then I'm from the area and lived the whole baker shitshow.
    Disappointed. Not enough laughs or cringes.

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    i got suckered into American Horror Story Apocalypse. I love a good end-of-the-world story but I'm pretty annoyed that it turned into True Blood v2 after a couple of episodes. I keep watching because the acting is really good and it's interesting to see the actors switch between different roles. Oh yeah, and a cringy cameo by Stevie Nicks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall Tucker View Post
    enjoying gemstones, but then I'm from the area and lived the whole baker shitshow.
    Just started...
    I’ll give it another few,
    Decent start


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    Looking for new series to watch

    The wife and I are currently watching Unbelievable on Netflix. Good cop/drama-mystery

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    Season two of Succession on HBO now it’s pretty freaking hilarious and good
    “A society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree of both.”
    ― Milton Friedman

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    Mr. InBetween (2nd season) - best show currently available. Damn near perfect.
    And in only 30 minute episodes.
    Superb.

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    The Boys is pretty good
    “I have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.”

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    I assume Dark has already been mentioned. Really really good. Make sure to turn off the horrible English dubbing and just use English subtitles with original German dialogue.

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    New Series

    I have been watching Peaky Blinders lately. Great show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    Mr. InBetween (2nd season) - best show currently available. Damn near perfect.
    And in only 30 minute episodes.
    Superb.
    Yep

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