Discussion in 'New York Rangers' started by aufheben, Feb 16, 2020.
I watched this with some trepidation....however, it's turned out to be much better than I imagined.
It's good, judged on its own, in my opinion. S1 is miles ahead, still.
I couldn't make it thru episode one of season 2. I'm sure the hype of season 1 played a huge part.
Finally watched the Expanse after seeing a few people mention it here. I think I got through all 5 seasons in about 2 weeks. Loved it although sometimes I was wondering wtf was going on. Lots of great characters although I was a bit tired of Naomi Nagata in season 5. Look forward to the final season.
I was a bit shocked to read about Cas Anvar. If those stories are true, what a creep.
For you Peaky fans, I just saw the actress who plays Polly passed away. She was very good. Was also great in Penny Dreadful.
A&E is doing a docuseries on WWE legends. Steve Austin happening right now
Yes dreadful news. Helen McCrory who is married to the dude from Billions Damien Lewis was a huge actress in Britain and was one of the main reason Peaky Blinders has been such a huge hit. She'll be missed for sure.
Caught up to all 4 episodes including last night of the second season of "City on a Hill" and I have to admit, I like it possibly even more than season 1.
Kevin Bacon is really good in this role as the sleazy asshole cop Jackie Rohr which kind of surprised me seeing at first I thought it was to forced but he's now grown on me and now think he's excellent at it.
Kevin Bacon's always been good at playing antagonists.
That's another show I barely made it through season 1 (IF I made it through...honestly can't remember).
Has anyone who's a fan of cop shows/murder mysteries seen the Canadian production called "Motive"?
I never heard of it before.....but I know one thing...I have never been stopped by a policewoman that looked that good before LMAO....this will be on my post Ranger season schedule after a late afternoon round of golf .
Angie Flynn (the character you alluded to) is a piece of work. The whole premise of the show is what intrigued me -- they tell you who the murderer and victim are at the beginning of the show and then show how they became connected...usually they are two people who, in the ordinary course of events, have nothing in common and who would never have met.
I'm really really liking the new 2nd season of "City on a Hill" the one with Kevin Bacon that is on Amazon Prime/Showtime.
I know I mentioned same thing a week or so ago but I highly recommend it to those of y'all who are looking for a series to binge and than watch weekly.
I'll say it again, I don't know what got into City On A Hill with me but I can't wait for the next episode of it each week.
It's really gotten very good and engrossing. If any of y'all are looking for a show to binge...this is it peeps!
For All Mankind (Apple +) is a really, really good take on an alternate history timeline had the U.S.S.R won the lunar race. Recommended highly.
City on the Hill once again...en fuego!. One more epie left for the season. It's worth a binge for those of y'all who've never seen it.
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