What series should I watch next?

skadave said:

We are halfway through season one of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" on Netflix. It's incredibly funny.


I'm so excited to watch this one! I'm holding out on the last few episodes of Parks & Rec first. I haven't wanted to watch them because I don't want it to be over oh oh

Tom_Reingold said:

We are watching True Detective on HBO. I need to be in a good mood, because it tends to bring me down, but it's good anyway.


Good luck to you. It gets seriously dark and twisty at the end. I'm still disturbed by it!!

No ones watching Peaky Blinders?

"Dig" is promising, based on the first episode. Another series from Tim Kring, of "Heroes" and "Touch" fame. I'm also having fun (is that the right word? probably not) with the new season of "Broadchurch."

skadave said:

We are halfway through season one of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" on Netflix. It's incredibly funny.


I just started watching this yesterday--two episodes in and I'm really enjoying it.

We love Shameless (William H. Macy)

Shows where characters matter...

Downton Abbey
Walking Dead
Homeland
Orange is the New Black
The Slap
The Last Man on Earth
Brooklyn 99
Veep
The Comeback
The Mindy Project (sort of)
The Affair (sort of)

Try Bosch on Amazon Prime if you are a fan Michael Connelly's novels.

Best Regards,
Ron Carter

greybeard said:

No ones watching Peaky Blinders?


It devoured an entire week and weekend. Loved it even more than Boardwalk Empire, which it resembles. Oh, those eyeballs can act.

Ron, do you know if Bosch is exclusive to Amazon? I looove Connelly's books, and Harry too.

mjc said:

Ron, do you know if Bosch is exclusive to Amazon? I looove Connelly's books, and Harry too.


Yes it's an Amazon original production.

Short lived, but Sports Night was fantastic.

Sorkin's warm up to West Wing.

Likeable characters, quick dialog. A shame it only last two seasons.

The_Soulful_Mr_T said:

Are all seasons of The Larry Sanders Show available anywhere?
Every time I see Jeffery Tambour, I think, "hey, now!" and want to see that series again.



http://www.crackle.com/c/the-larry-sanders-show

I want to watch pesky blinders. Does anyone know how it's available?

Peaky Blinders is a Netflix program.

(Netflix has free trial month until April.)

Thanks for info, eliz (and, rats!).

Just finished The Fall on Netflix w Gillian Anderson. Sooo good. If you liked Silence of the Lambs, you'll love this. 12 episodes, if I recall. Takes place in Belfast.

TarheelsInNj said:

Tom_Reingold said:

We are watching True Detective on HBO. I need to be in a good mood, because it tends to bring me down, but it's good anyway.


Good luck to you. It gets seriously dark and twisty at the end. I'm still disturbed by it!!


It was dark from the outset. Sometimes my wife suggests we watch and episode, and I have to defer until I'm ready. It is truly dark.

Has anyone tried Black Mirror? I liked the first episode, but my wife didn't.

How do you people have time to watch so much TV?

I must be doing something wrong with my life. So far DA is my only series, but I'm thinking about trying to watch "Call the Midwife".

we watched the first two episodes of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and REALLY disliked it. However, the NYT review said to stick with it past the first two episodes, so, I guess we'll give it another try.

us2inFL said:

The_Soulful_Mr_T said:

Are all seasons of The Larry Sanders Show available anywhere?
Every time I see Jeffery Tambour, I think, "hey, now!" and want to see that series again.


http://www.crackle.com/c/the-larry-sanders-show

Thank you us2... I checked it out. Such a wonderful show. Not sure I can handle all the commercials, though. Just checked and found it on Netflix DVDs.


sac said:

How do you people have time to watch so much TV?

I must be doing something wrong with my life. So far DA is my only series, but I'm thinking about trying to watch "Call the Midwife".


We're not watching all the series (serieseseses?) mentioned here! grin)

The Soulful Mr T; The Fall is set entirely in Belfast!

scoobydoo said:

The Soulful Mr T; The Fall is set entirely in Belfast!
Ooops. yes, that's correct.


Tom_Reingold said:

TarheelsInNj said:

Tom_Reingold said:

We are watching True Detective on HBO. I need to be in a good mood, because it tends to bring me down, but it's good anyway.


Good luck to you. It gets seriously dark and twisty at the end. I'm still disturbed by it!!


It was dark from the outset. Sometimes my wife suggests we watch and episode, and I have to defer until I'm ready. It is truly dark.



True. But the last 3-4 episodes were a whole other level of creepy!!

sac said:

How do you people have time to watch so much TV?

I must be doing something wrong with my life. So far DA is my only series, but I'm thinking about trying to watch "Call the Midwife".

I watch TV on my iPad while I'm cooking, doing dishes, folding laundry and the like... And considering how much of those tasks there are to do in my house, I get to watch some good series!


I powered through every episode of the mini series "The Jinx" on HBO over the weekend. It was brilliant and I would recommend it to anyone interested in crime or mysteries.

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