Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by The Crypto Guy, Aug 22, 2018.
I guess being an oblivious Canadian came in handy with this show.
currently watching a series called spinning out. figure skating show.
I watched that several months ago. Here are my thoughts from then:
Online Series: - NETFLIX (The General All Things Netflix Thread)
Here's the trailer!
This show will be gold for Netflix. No it will not be the next Office but it will be amazing. Can't wait to see Steve Carroll playing this type of role again.
Honestly, that trailer doesn't make the show look that good
Watched Outer Banks. It's an adult Goonies and kinda dumb but overly enjoyable. Plus it was filmed in Charleston, SC, where I live. Worth turning your mind off and enjoying for a while.
Also watched Never Have I Ever. Really good, really sweet and funny show about youth and growing up.
however, the trailer for greg daniels other show Upload looked absolutely horrible
seems to be rated pretty high despite that after release
But it will be a hit. It’s just a teaser not meant to show much.
A teaser is still supposed to create interest.
That didn't do that for me
Most of the internet is buzzing about it, so it did it's job.
People have been in isolation for over a month now..anything new on Netflix will create a buzz
I thought it was gonna be like Office style hijinks, but looks like they went in really big with it. The teaser didn't do much for me though.
looks like a fun offering. There hasn't been to much to be excited about so this has piqued my interest.
Looked up the cast for this Space Force show.
John Malkovich plays a character that is a parody of Dr. Strangelove.
Also, Fred Willard is in it. Fred Willard can't not be funny.
Halfway through Waco as of last night. The lead is pretty good and I like Rory Culkin. I was 11 when this all went down and barely know anything about it, so it's interesting to see.
I agree, kinda reminds me of The Brink
This one looks even more silly than that one, which is saying something lol. I kind of liked The Brink, I thought it got underrated. That trailer didn't do much for me but there's an insane amount of comedic talent in this show.
I wasnt saying The Brink was bad, I enjoyed it, just that it reminded me. Having said that, The Brink really lacked some things to make it a really good show
Never Have I Ever is quite good.
Watching "Into the Night." International cast. Disaster series on a plane. Acting isn't great and you need a healthy dose of disbelief, but it is entertaining.
It just not accurate though. I encourage you to watch the doc on it as well as Ruby Ridge.
Which one? I see there are few and now's the perfect time to dig in more. While we could tell there was definitely a lot more to the story, we found the series enjoyable.
ehhh I don’t remember which ones exactly but there we’re a couple on Netflix
Finished it yesterday, only 6 eps but I enjoyed it.
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