Ooh I'll watch that later. Need to get back into game of thrones again too.We’re re working our way through Game of Thrones. I’m getting close to Battle of the Bastards but forget which season am in...
Already rewatched series 1 and 2 of Robin of She
Also found an hilarious documentary about 1960s’ pagans on YouTube which has Thatcher lookalikes prancing around in the nude (not teatime viewing):
Out of the two I preferred LOM to Ashes, the chemistry between Hunt and Tyler were far superior to Hunt and Alex in Ashes. The 70s soundtrack aswell of course?!Gene, enjoyed them both when they were shown. My sister liked Life on Mars but couldn't get into Ashes to Ashes. Now watching Kirstie crafty tv show, as my missus is sowing up hospital scrubs. Have been binge watching Designated Survivor, quite good.
I loved LOM and A2A, but it did have the same ending as Lost.Out of the two I preferred LOM to Ashes, the chemistry between Hunt and Tyler were far superior to Hunt and Alex in Ashes. The 70s soundtrack aswell of course?!
Ashes turned into a parody of itself in the later series imo.
But according to the writer's on twitter a new and final series of LOM is in the works to tie up all the loose ends.
I really enjoyed the man in the high castle. It veers away from the book quite quickly. It almost feels a shame it has finished but at the same time it needed to.Have started The Expanse and The Man In The High Castle this week - both look very promising after the first episode (yes I know they've been around a while, I have a huge backlog).
I bought Phantom Of The Paradise in the Dark Times Before Lockdown, and I have watched most things in mt DVD/Blu Ray collection. Being a Man Of Taste and Refinement, I will be watching this rather than another damn cooking show...Phantom of the Paradise! Is that because I mentioned it a few weeks ago, or are you simply a man of taste and discernment?
Wooh yeah. That was good Homeland. In the end it's all about saul and carrie. And a proper ending. (And I like to think that yevgeny is oleg from the americans, son).Homeland - last episode ever last night - wow! Going out with style.
Killing Eve - really is mainly dark comedy now.
What I love about Killing Eve is that it confirms your suspicions that behind the scenes civilisation is kept ticking over by some pretty nasty acts. Plus the cast is superb, I like that the characters are all flawed because it makes things more interesting. There are some redeeming folks in it - Gemma Whelan plays a thoroughly decent person who cannot understand her mother's defence mechanisms bred from years in the service. Though one nice guy in it just bought the farm this week (so to speak).I should really love Killing Eve. But I don't. Not one character is redeeming in any way.
Someone chose the films of Kevin Smith on Mastermind as their specialist subject?
Oh what a lovely tea party! ..Yup, he did the "View Askewniverse" - worth it to hear John Humphrys read out the questions about Jay and Silent Bob!