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No. 31983

I can't seem to find a thread on tv shows. There is a movie thread (and I think even a netflix thread and a GoT thread) but nothing relating generally tv shows (including netflix, HBO, etc).

What are you watching ? What do you reccomand watching ?

No. 32443

I finished Aggretsuko, Rilakkuma, Knightfall, Forged in Fire, and Roman Empire. I have no idea what to do with myself now TV wise. I watched a few episodes on On Children and KonMari, but I have that sense of "seen one, seen them all." Knightfall was the only show out of all of these I throughly enjoyed. I like historical based action/drama with some sort of emotional chemistry between characters, but also have the attention span of a gnat. I think I might start Marco Polo. I mostly watch nature and WWII documentaries.

No. 32445

I have a problem getting into tv shows. My attention span is good for like 1 episode of a reality show (usually some TLC bs) and then I go back to browsing on my phone or start up a video game.

No. 32447

I started watching the HBO Chernobyl series and it seems pretty good so far, especially with the sound editing and music.

No. 32528

Last time I tried to watch a TV show was Supernatural and I stopped in the middle of season 3 because of the lack of free time. I liked it a lot but I've been told that starting from season 5 or 6 it becomes very different because the story was supposed to be concluded with season 5. I plan on at least watching until season 5 because of this.

I don't find most TV shows very appealing nowadays because you have to be sort of committed because of the format. Once I graduate and have enough free time I'll start watching more movies but I'll only stick to series I've been interested in for a while. I want to catch up with Doctor who because I never watched the episodes in the correct order because of the channel it was on back then, and I want to watch the 3rd season of Sherlock BBC because I think I forgot enough spoilers now. I'm also sort of curious about Game of Thrones but I'm not sure I'll watch it. I also never finished the Mentalist and Misfits. I started the first season of How to get away with murder and I stopped halfway in because I couldn't stand the characters.

By the way some of my favorite series are Malcolm in the Middle and the Nanny.

No. 32530

My attention span for dramas is shit at the moment, although I've got a tonne of shows which are half watched or on my backlog.

I can rewatch my fav comedies endlessly though, one of these is almost always playing on my 2nd monitor when I'm messing around online
>30 Rock
>Always Sunny
>Arrested Development
>Parks & Rec
>Community
>Flight of the Conchords
>Archer

No. 32531

>>32530
have you seen The Office, or New Girl? if not you should add them to your list, shitloads of episodes and high rewatchability. really good dumb comedy. same as Brooklyn 99.
from what I remember The Mindy Project was a good watch as well.

agree withe attention span thing 100% I've had the office on repeat, my adhd wont tolerate much else.

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Just binged watched The Society on netflix and it’s not a good show i tend to hate teen drama and those types of shows but it was actually very entertaining and the show actually made me feel for the characters? Which normally happens with really good shows like game of thrones and such, i would def recommend it. The second season of The Rain also just came out which is also a show i’d highly recommend.

No. 32560

>>32532
I watched it too! I usually hate teen dramas (still hate-watch riverdale tho, while pulling my hair out of cringe at each episode) but I really enjoy post-apocalyptic and "kids on their own" type of shows.

Tried to watch The Rain but I found the acting so bad and that one main girl thats supposed to be a teenager looked like she was played by a 30 year old actress.

No. 32582

Does anyone have good recommendations for J-Dramas? I like watching K-Dramas because of the nice production and in particular, I enjoy historical dramas). I also want to expand to J-Dramas and see what they have for historical tv shows. Any good ones?

No. 32587

Breaking Bad is the best show on the fucking planet and there's nothing you can do to change this fact.

No. 32588

I'm a fan of irreverent tv comedies–y'know,
>The Office
>Always Sunny
>Archer
>What We Do in the Shadows
>New Girl

But I'm also a huge fan of tv medical dramas…
>Chicago Med
>New Amsterdam
>The Resident
>House
etc…

No. 32592

>>32582
the only historical jdrama i have ever watched was ooku the inner chambers. it's based on a manga

the synopsis: The plot follows an alternate history of early modern Japan in which an unknown disease kills most of the male population, leading to a matriarchal society in which the Ōoku becomes a harem of men serving the now female shōgun.

there's also an earlier movie version that follows a different arc/main character and shogun.

No. 32608

Handmaid's Tale, The Good Place, The Harlots, 48 Hours, 24 Hours in A & E.
I do like alot of shows like Cold Case Files where it details old crimes etc.

No. 32615

Will black mirror be good again?

No. 32618

>>32582
Nobunaga Concerto is a historical j-drama.

Synopsis: A boy from our modern day ends up in a time slip to feudal Japan. He swaps places with the real Nobunaga.

It’s good if you don’t know much about Japanese history. The protagonist has no clue either so you learn with him. Also Oguri Shun is an iconic actor so that’s a plus.

No. 32631

>>32615
Probably not if Milley Cyrus is this season guest start.

No. 32639

>>32618
Holy shit nobunaga made modern day dudes look like pussies.

No. 32643

>>32615
just curious, did you enjoy Bandersnatch ?

also who here watched The OA and has similar stuff to reccomend ? I loved that shit.

No. 32646

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>>32447
Thank you so much for mentioning this. I've just finished the first episode and I'm already going to binge on the second and third one.

It's so well done. From the people on the top trying to downplay the damage at the expense of innocent common folk, to the claustrophobic halls and pathways within the plant. The acting is great, the gloomy setting, the story.

Also, I'm sort of excited for the newest and last season of Mr. Robot. I know it's a meme by this point but I like it regardless.

Then there's also The Terror but I haven't got to watching it yet.

If anyone has some similar shows to recommend, please do.

No. 32674

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Netflix monthly choices
Delhi crime
A girl is gang raped in a bus based in a real story it follows the police officers dealing with the case


Live
Korean drama about the life of people before and after becoming police officers dealing with drugs prostitution and corruption


After life

BBC dark comedy about a man getting over his wife’s death 10/10 best comedy I’ve seen this year

Dead to me

A real estate agent investigates the murder of her husband

I can’t say much else about the plot but if you are on your mid twenties is a great watch

No. 32675

>>32674
Oh forgot to add
Dogs of Berlin
Police drama that deals with racial and political issues in a corrupt Berlin after the misterious death of a football player

A bit on the smut side but that’s expected from the director despite the compelling story

No. 32819

>>32447
watched the 3 episodes that are currently out just now, i really liked it, very harrowing but well done. nuclear power/things gone awry has really interested me since i was a child and this was very up my alley.

very unrelated but Good Girls is also a really good series (currently season 2 is airing, renewed for season 3), it's about 3 suburban soccer moms robbing a grocery store to help their various financial struggles but they end up getting tangled up with a gang.

other series i've recently seen and enjoyed not mentioned in this thread are Dark, Killing Eve (season 2 currently airing too) and Santa Clarita Diet.

No. 32825

>>32643
Oh man i loved the OA, i honesty cant think of anything similar. But if you haven’t seen it i recommend Dark it’s confusing and interesting like the OA and the second season is coming out soon

Is anyone excited for Euphoria on HBO? it looks really good, i don’t like zendaya as an actress but the show seems interesting.

No. 32831

>>32825
I watched the trailer of Euphoria because an anon posted it in another thread and it looked cringe-worthy. I don't get the appeal of teen dramas that take themselves so seriously and try to be 2deep4u

No. 32836

a touch of cloth (spoof of crime procedurals)

naked attraction (dating show where they pick a person by seeing them naked)

No. 32840

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Real love on Netflix it’s like lolcow but IRL it’s hilarious

No. 32854

>>32840
is it a kdrama or jdrama ? or is it a good ol american reallity tv ?

No. 32876

>>32840
I watched this. Big feels for the woman who had a kid and just wanted someone to settle down with.

No. 32893

>>32819
I started watching Good Girls like today. This Rio (or whatever is his name) guy makes me nostalgic about the time I hooked up with a 19 yo brazilian guy who told me how he got his ribs broken by brazilian cops and he was also covered in tattoos.

Watching this show and the show Queen of the South really makes me crave some latino dicking, shame we dont have that here in Europe.

No. 32896

Watching Cougar Town atm, it's so underrated. Funny af from episode 1 and weirdly cute considering the subject matter.

No. 32898

>>32447
I like it too. I wonder if Nemu is watching it.

No. 32899

>>32893
he is kinda hot, yeah. may or may have not read like 4 fanfics out of sheer thirst. i understand you, fellow european sister.

No. 32934

>>32898
I was looking forward to watching it but now this will be all I can think about, damn you anon!

No. 33001

>>32898
>vomiting middle aged men and a guy that turns into a mushy human pizza
It was made for her.

No. 33063

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I started watching WHAT/IF on netflix and… its painful to watch. Besides Anna, the characters are so poorly written and one-dimensional, the acting is bad and I get that they wanna summon that neo-noir feel but it just ends up corny.

Still gonna try to finnish it though because I wanna know what happens kek.

No. 33336

Only a few hours until Chernobyl ep4 is released on torrents. Who else is hyped af?

No. 33348

>>33336
I wish I was at college to be able to torrent it because my internet at home is terrible. For some reason I’ve had trouble finding any streaming sites with Chernobyl episodes after the first one.

No. 33368

>>33348
most streaming sites are shit.
sorry to hear about your internet connection, I wish I knew some decent sites.
I haven't used Popcorn Time in a long time but even with a shit internet connection, I had no problems watching a 2h movie on it, so maybe try that?

No. 33374

>>33348

Go to r/piracys megathread there you have a list of streaming sites. I think yesmovies and fmovies have all the episodes. I use them to watch chernobyl.

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>>33374
>>33368
Thanks anons, I was able to get one to work! I’m going to try to catch up for tonight’s episode.

No. 33386

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>>33336
Get hype

No. 33510

>>33001 Halfway into the third episode I just had to pause it and explain who nemu was to the person I watched it with, because even though it's amazing the comment by >>32898 was rattling around in my head so much I could barely concentrate.
Curse you op

No. 33524

I can't be the only one who had to pause several times while watching ep4 of Chernobyl, right?

It's a great show but it was particularly difficult to watch this episode.

No. 33526

I watched The Society this week-end, it was pretty nice. I was told it was a modern Lord of The Flies, it isn't. But I've still enjoyed it, and I'm curious about where it will go.

I might start to watch Chernobyl, you are all making me interested.

No. 33665

>>33526
what are your opinions on Campbell and Elle ? Im so sad they turned him into an abusive psycho, they could have been such a power couple.

No. 33673

>>33524
All those dead puppers :(
I can handle the monster-looking radiation burn victims, but don't shoot the dogs.

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for u, my fellow Chernobyl gals

No. 33811

>>33807
>>33386
kek, noice

>>33673
Me too.
That scene with the cute doggo who was just happy to see the young soldier and he had to shoot him, the sound of the dog whimpering was too much. I had to take a long pause.

Apparently, I'm a filthy normie for feeling sorry during the ep4. There were lots of comments on how the story with those three soldiers dragged on for too long and the scene in the village was just a cheap emotional stunt, but I thought it was a nice reminder that the victims were not only human.

Also, those 90 seconds were so well done. It was a real cinematic experience.

I'm looking forward to the fifth episode but at the same time, I'm sad that it's going to be the last one.

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I really liked One Day At A Time on Netflix until they started the whole non-binary shit with Elena's girlfriend. It got cancelled anyway. Is there anything similar with a 'female run household' kind of sitcom? I liked seeing the non-nuclear family.

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I really like the new Spike Lee "She's Gotta Have it"! The constant sex-posi libfem bullshit was annoying and Nola Darling just seems to be a fantasy of the ideal girl Spike Lee would like to fuck but the directing was amazing!

No. 34248

Has anyone watched Good Omens? I was wondering if the plot and humor hold up compared to the book.

No. 34262

Can somebody please recommend a comedy show on netflix that doesn’t feel the need to make every other character ‘woke’ and make “orange man bad” jokes every episode

No. 34275

>>33665
I don't like Campbell because it feels forced. Like "oh shit we don't have any villain, quick, take this boy and make him evil". However I like how his relationship with Elle is portrayed, I can't help but feel for her.

No. 34277

>>34262
Have you watched unbreakable kimmy Schmidt? It can be a little cringe but I enjoyed it and overall it doesn’t pander to woke audiences

No. 34383

>>34277
diff anon, but that show is shit. Every joke is anti white and there is one episode where the black 'fabulous' gay dude dressed up in yellow face + robe and told himself he was a geisha in the past life. It was a whole episode centered about the asians being 'rude' to him because they didnt understand his geisha OC. It's not great comedy and still pushes agendas, but the wrong ones tbh.

No. 34499

I haven't even finished the season premiere of Handmaid's Tale yet, but it's so fucking bad. It's like someone producing bad fanfiction.

No. 34518

>>34277
I think the second series was much less cringe than the first.
It's ok junk television for when I want to turn my brain off, even if sometimes it smacks you in the face with heavy topics. I wish it would just stick to the lighter topics.

No. 34525

What do you think of current Brooklyn 9-9's state?

I keep noticing that since ~5th season they started trying to get some woke points, and I feel not that satisfied over 6th season (watched only 7 episodes for now, though) but I find the fact that they kicked out Gina really dissappointing, because she seems irreplacable to me, and her final episode was so sloppy and rushed. Plus, it feels like they are trying to make a big deal out of Rosa's sexuality, and keep baiting Jake on 'OWO GUYS. HES BI TOO! XD XD'. Also I feel like Holt is going to divorce Kevin at some point, and they keep trying to show him as some horny dong. Idk how to feel.

No. 34558

>>34499
I haven't watched yet, how's it? Why is it bad? Did they change the writers or something?

No. 34591

>>34525

But wasn't it the actress who wanted to bail? Legit asking. I remember reading it somewhere, but could be wrong

No. 34594

>>34499
How on Earth does it even have a second season? The book ended ambiguously and the TV show should have stayed a miniseries.

Straying away from the source material never ends well, GoT season 8 is proof of that

No. 34597

>>34591
Nah…

Anyways, what i wanted to say is that all this woke-episode stuff feels really forced and awkward to me… Writers need to learn to do their stuff.

No. 34599

Is Black Mirror actually any good?

No. 34604

>>34599
This new season is horrible, lol. I liked the first few seasons. There was always one-two episodes per season that I didn't like but it was bearable. This latest season was absolutely horrible and seemed like something entirely different that was inspired by BM. Might be worth watching the first seasons if you like sci-fi/alternative reality/tech futurism.

No. 34605

>>34604
I like vaguely dystopian tech stuff. My favourite shows are probably Mr.Robot and Person of Interest.
I forgot Black Mirror even existed until I heard about Miley Cyrus covering a Nine Inch Nails song in one of the new episodes. As an avid NIN fan I got a hearty chuckle, thinking it would be utter shit, but I actually enjoyed the parody with the lyrical change. I thought about watching just that episode, but from what you've said seeing as it's a newer one, I might not enjoy it at all.
Well, I think I'll bite the bullet eventually.

No. 34606

>>34605
That song was the best part of the entire episode. She does an actual cover of it at the end, too.

No. 34634

>>34599
The Vipers episode can be resumed by "FELLAS….is it gay if…" and I really liked the Miley Cyrus one (if we're talking last season that just came out)

No. 34658

>>34558
It's been on a decline since the first season ended. June should have been put on the wall by now, but then there would be no show and no more money.

>>34594
Totally agree. That's why I stopped watching GoT in season 4 or something lmao

No. 34667

>>34518
totally agree I enjoy the lighthearted comedy but whenever they talk about the heavier stuff, even jokingly, I get genuinely sad lol

No. 34693

>>34599
It varies episode to episode since they've all standalone. At least watch the one titled "15 Million Merits" though. It's the best of the lot by far.

No. 35077

>>34599
It can be hit and miss. The earlier seasons are definitely better. From the most recent season, I liked Smithereens because it was the most realistic and human. It actually brought me on an emotional rollercoaster and I cared about most of the characters. The others are so ridiculous it's laughable, maybe people like them because they're a little more light-hearted but I don't watch Black Mirror for that.

The ending to Striking Vipers was absolutely terrible. I expected the main guy to leave his wife but the ending was actually worse than that. Ashley Too was way too over the top. The only issue I had with Smithereens was the sub plot about the mother getting access to her deceased daughter's account. Imo that could have been an entire episode by itself and it felt shoe-horned into that episode. I also didn't enjoy seeing a selfish, nosy cow being rewarded.

No. 35111

Anyone else watch Veep? Legitimately the only show on tv that I love and actually laugh at. The series finale low key made me cry tbh I’m so sad that it’s over

No. 35163

Just started watching Mr Robot. I want a cute hacker bf so bad. Shame they're all mysoginists or trannies IRL

No. 35169

>>35163
You can get cute programmer boys that are untouched by gross online culture, but they spend their time hidden away building plugins and devoting their spare time to some solitary hobby like model painting so you'll never find them unless you work with them or get to know them through another person. Learn to code.

No. 35170

>>35169
I am actually learning to code! Started a week ago so like…its too early to say anything but I've been working/studying every single day for a couple hours (learning Python) and the summer's here so I'm hopefull!

Still don't know how that will make me find a cute introvert hacker boy untouched by chan culture but one can always dream…

No. 35171

>>35169
>>35170

Lol good luck with that. Established coder here with a software dev bf who sucks and I have yet to find any of these unicorn cute programmer boys.

No. 35179

>>35170
Every man who codes is either a 4chan retard who needs mommying or is married. Source: I work with them. Don't bother.

No. 35183

>>35171
>>35179
Eh, that's what I expected tbh… It's pretty sad but tbh even if there magically was a decent hackerzboi out there I probably wouldnt be his type at all.
I wish these were the 90's. No trannies, no 4chan, porn culture wasnt so prevalent and I'd be more likely to be some hackerzboi's type. eh..

On the subject of women and hackers, I'm on episode 3 of Mr.Robot and while I love the show, all the female characters are so poorly written. They all need some kind of saving, they all "keep chosing aweful men", they're one-dimensional… Except that hacker chick who is supposed to be portrayed as batshit crazy and incredibly annoying.

No. 35209

>>35183
4chan and trannies didn't invent the archetype those types of people have, anon. they were the same in the 90s (trust me)

No. 35216

>>35163
I like Mr Brobot too, it's like a guilty pleasure of mine because some of the stuff is pure edgelord and cringy but enjoyable nonetheless. In my case, I'd like a programming gf, lesbian obviously, but they're so hard to find in any occupation.

No. 35237

>>35216
>I'd like a programming gf, lesbian obviously
don't say that too loudly or you'll summon the troons

No. 35286

>>35216
>>35237

We exist. Not troon obviously, but yeah.

No. 35293

>>35286
True. There's few of us, but we're definitely out there kek

No. 35297

>>35286
>>35293
I wish that one day I meet my programming gf so it's comforting to see that you exist.

A lot of times in the news, what was called a woman was in fact a troon who's a programmer. Women in tech exist but they're still rare to find, let alone (actual) lesbians.

No. 35302

off topic, do you think I could get a programming gf even if I'm a filthy code monkey?
I do robotics and messing with electronics is my hobby. In the end, I'm still a code monkey, a well paid one.(off topic)

No. 35394

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>>35302

Omg filthy code gives me hives, maybe we could make a thread or even discord for woman coding, the type that wouldn't accept troons. I would really be interested in getting to know some more woman in coding.

No. 35404

>>35394
Not the same anon but I would love a that wish somebody made it

No. 35421

Does anybody here watch Happy on Netflix? I don’t seem to know anyone IRL watching it and I have no one to talk to about it. It’s got Christopher Meloni as a mentally unstable, substance abusing sleaze and I love it.

No. 35441

>>35421

My boyfriend watches it and loves it, so I watched a few episodes with him. I find it pretty cool and I want to watch the whole thing. It's pretty original, in my opinion, and I like how absurd the humor is.

No. 35501

>>35394
>>35404
Please please if anyone makes one let us know!

On another subject, I follow a blogger who posts a lot about reality tv and reality tv never appealed to me so I never watched any of it. However, the wild shit she mentions makes me curious because it just sounds so wild?
Anyways is Vanderpump Rules worth giving a look if you're usually not into that sort of stuff?

No. 35561

>>35501
Yes, that show is wild. And they know that the viewer is there to laugh at them, so they play up the already over-exaggerated drama

No. 35562

>>35421
It was one of those shows that is just so over the top and nasty but you just have to know how the plot is going to work out so I kept watching. Also Sax is just my dame oyaji type.
Quite the ride, too bad SyFy canceled it.

No. 35589

>>35501
Ot but I kinda want to make the discord should I ?

No. 35609


No. 35610

>>35609
I will give a shot in making it then later when im at home

Never done one so might not be perfect

No. 35670

ot made the server, its private so join and I will enable you

https://discord.gg/kadF48P

No. 35672

>>35670
also first time doing it so might not be the best

No. 35977

I didn’t start watching it yet, but when I found out The Young Pope used a Belle & Sebastian song for its ending I started listening to its soundtrack on spotify. The rest of its music is really good. For some reason I thought it was a long series but it’s only ten episodes, so I’ll probably watch it soon.

No. 36197

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This show is absolutely horrifying and triggering. The people praising only seemed to concerned with Zendaya, the composition, and how "realistic" everything is. Well, nope, nothing besides the aspect of anxiety is realistic. Everything else - drugs, sex, infidelity, transgenderism, porn, etc, etc - is just glorified.

Sam Levinson and Drake thought just bc they copped Zendaya that they did something with this. TLDR: I don't recommend watching this unless your tuning in for a good shock factor.

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>>36197
Before it came out I heard people being hyped and saying "See Riverdale, this is how teen shows are done".
Now that it's out, I've heard it's way worse than Riverdale.

No. 36211

>>36197
is it deppressing ? I could use some entretaining shock value bullshit but not if it's gonna make me feel sad

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>>36211
Yeah it's pretty depressing, depending on how you look at it. Zendaya's character, Rue, talks of how she became a druggie. There are situations of rape and the characters are all so…stupid. Just think of all the horrible shit you can think of crammed into one episode.

No. 36262

>>36197
>shows advertised as having a lesbian couple
>one of the characters in said couple is a trans woman, so basically a guy
>this character looks like a parody of a woman but has a man's first name
I don't get it but I should probably not think too hard about an edgy trashy looking teen drama like this one.

No. 36275

I'm so excited for season 3 of Harlots.

No. 36292

>>36262
Tbh it doesn’t seem like zenday's character is interested in the tranny in a sexual way. Nor does the tranny seem interested in girls in any way. They sorta seem to just see each other as kindred spirits. That's what i take from it anyway

No. 36293

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>>36241
>barely 2 minutes in
psych diagnosing what looks to be a 5 year old with signs of ocd, adhd, generalised anxiety disorder, and bipolar

what the fuck lmao

No. 36316

I'm not going to watch Euphoria because it seems pretty bad but I've read the lipstick alley thread about the first episode and I've read about one scene in an upcoming episode with 30 dicks on screen, is this a meme or a dumb rumor?

>>36293
lmfao does her parents have Munchhausen by proxy and went doctor shopping for her? That would make an interesting plot point tbh.

No. 36382

Started watching The Romanoffs on Amazon Prime and it's actually really entertaining. I got into it because the creators of Mad Men were involved with this one. Love the short story format (each episode is a self-contained story) personally! On episode 4 now.

No. 36547

>>36197
It's basically Skins-Season 7 garbage tier quality meets Kids with model tier actors instead and I usually like trashy stuff like this but with like assassination nation (which is done by the same creator) it's really dull despite the edgecore factors going on. Sam Levison really wants to be like Harmony Korine so fucking bad and I think Zendaya is going to regret doing this shit it if the show gets canned later on. I know this is getting more blogshit tier and I am actually in the firm camp; that coming of age stories don't have to be relatable to everybody own experiences but I wish so many screenwriters and critics; would stop thinking edgy over the top; sex, drugs, drinking, etc's automatically means realism is finally being looks into teenager's lives and that's it.

No. 36620

>>36197
I watched it the other day and at first it made me feel like i missed out on a lot but like. I honestly dont think any teenager acts like this? Maybe aspects of it but not literally all of this. Also, the only thing saving this show is Zendaya but honestly she's going to regret giving up her relatable young girl image for this in like a year

No. 36878

Just finished watching Better Call Saul, it's not as great as Breaking Bad, but I actually had more fun watching it because it doesn't make you tense or anticipate conflict all the time. The characters, the jokes, is just so well-written. All in all, it's a clever show that actually makes you care for the characters and question your beliefs and morals. Fuck, I can't wait for Season 5.

No. 36898

>>36878
never gotten into Better Call Saul. Tried and failed. I watched all of BrBa and love it back then but looking back I'm annoyed at so many things. I'm annoyed at how his wife was potrayed (annoying, needy) when she 100% had the right to act that way and the fact He's presented as some super cool dude when in fact he put hiw whole family in danger just for the trill

No. 36920

>>36898
The writer doesn't understand the hate for Skyler either. I think its the viewer's fault for sympathizing way too much with Walt.

Don't date a man who hates Skyler White, it's an obvious sign he's a sexist piece of shit.

No. 36922

>>36898
I really loved BB when I first watched it, but after recently re-watching it I just couldn't enjoy it like I used to. The show is always trying to show Walter being cool and a bad ass when really he is an abusive loser going through a mid life crisis who would rather put his family's lives in danger than admit he needs help. It's such a male power fantasy show, that I just can't enjoy it anymore. BCS is better at making you sympathize with the characters but it's waay more boring.

No. 36923

>>36898
>his wife was potrayed (annoying, needy)
Never came across like that to me. I think people who hate her are just too stupid/inattentive to comprehend the theme of the show.

>>36922
>The show is always trying to show Walter being cool and a bad ass when really he is an abusive loser going through a mid life crisis who would rather put his family's lives in danger than admit he needs help.
I mean he did do some cool stuff every now and then but the show was pretty clear that he was the latter. Walt explicity said so in the finale.

I'm more annoyed at some of Jessie's story arcs and those episodes where half the runtime is just spent on him getting high and messing around in his house. His moral alignment also seems to adjust to whereever is convenient for the plot at the time.

No. 36924

>>36923
Jesse Pinkman stressed the fucked out of me. From his choice of clothing, his consistent fuck-ups, his inability to learn and grow. I just wanted Walter to kill him ASAP. But as everything progresses, I find myself rooting for him and wanted him to kill Walter ASAP.

No. 36925

Any opinions on House of Cards? The second season really jumped the shark for me after Francis becomes VP. Does it get better later?

No. 36967

>>36878
I'm both scared and relieved thinking of when Kim is finally going to stand up to Jimmy after giving so much to him and getting nothing in return. I just hope she didn't end up like Chuck. I know I'm going to be heartbroken no matter what happens though.

No. 36988

Anybody watch network TV?
I really like procedural shows with interesting characters. Though it's not that common.
I'm really enjoying this final season of Elementary.

No. 36990

>>36988
Me too its one of the only show I watch now and enjoy. I wish it wouldn't end. Hope they do it justice in the finale.

No. 37022

>>36967
I don't think Kim got nothing in return from Jimmy when Jimmy was the one who encouraged and got her to quit HHM which has been the best choice she has ever made in her professional life. But yeah, I hope she doesn't get a bad fate.

No. 38238

Anybody hyped for the final season of Orange is the New Black? I didn't really enjoy the last season but I've made it this far so might as well see it through.

No. 38292

>>38238
I stopped watching it like the episode poussey died bc it made me so sad and I couldn't imagine watching it on without her. like lbr no one cared for piper lol. do tell us if it's good though, might pick it up then, really miss the early seasons!

anyone here watching the new season of Dark? I found it bit hard to follow at first bc of how long ago I watched the 1st season and how complicated keeping track of timelines is kek but I really liked it! I know people compare it to stranger things but imo it's better. can't wait for the 3rd season, really looking forward to the resolutions!

No. 38295

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>>38238
Yes! I really enjoyed season 5 and thought the whole prison riot was very thrilling. Season 6 seemed more like a filler with its new characters and premise, but it was fun nevertheless. I think this final season will have lots of fan service and give us closure for all the characters we love. I am excited!

No. 38328

>>38292
I'm watching Dark! I've already enjoyed the first season, and rn I'm at episode 2 of the second season. People keep saying it's gonna be good, so I'm hyped.

No. 38652

Euphoria decided to put an animated 1D Larry fanfic into the most recent episode because muh realism

I can’t imagine either of them signing off on this, because who the fuck would?

They also really can’t say shit about this publicly because they’ll be branded homophobes and that they hate teenage girls.

This show is fucking terrible lmao

No. 38709

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Does anybody actually watch Lucifer?
I really liked the source material, but I read it a long time ago.
Judging by how many seasons it got, people must enjoy it, but looking at the screenshots it just seems kinda shitty to me? Maybe it's due to the fact that they picked such an ugly actor to play Lucifer. He looks nothing alike as well.

I tend to enjoy most DC/Vertigo content though so I would probably eventually get around to checking it out.
But I want to know your opinion. Is it even remotely good?

No. 38719

idk if it belongs in this thread but is the new evangelion dub/sub as bad as people say it is? I've started watching subbed with my friends but I don't want to keep watching if it actually worsens the series, I'll just find it somewhere else

No. 38721

>>38709
I haven't seen it myself but my friends seem to view it as a guilty pleasure, so I'm guessing it isn't great quality. Also they think the main actor is attractive, which is probably a reason they keep watching, so I guess you don't have that going for you either.

No. 38726

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>>38719
second this, I'm hesitant to watch. I actually liked the original dub.

No. 38739

>>38719
I've loved Eva for a long time and can honestly say that I like the new English dub, mostly because of new Shinji. He sounds pretty similar to the Japanese VA and his voice is less annoying to me. I like new Toji, Asuka, & Ritsuko a lot too. Much better than the old dub. New Misato, however… sounds like a Great Value version of the previous VA.

No. 38776

>>38709
I'm kinda sure it's lasted this long bc of horny moms. source: unfortunately my own mother

No. 38802

>>38709
It's nothing at all like the comics.
But it's fun if you like crime solving shows with interesting casts that interact well.

No. 38828

>>38776
Lmao, my mom watches it as well.

No. 38837

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>>38776
you say this like the majority of lolcow won't turn out to be horny moms that watch shitty media to get their fix

No. 38840

>>38709
>>38721
>>38776
My boyfriend keeps up with this show, should I be worried?

No. 38854

>>36922
>muh anti-protagonist isn't morally superior enough for me poot
Imagine looking at breaking bad in this sort of light. It's not a male power fantasy show nor does the writing intend for you to look at it like that. You sound like a weirdo.

No. 38865

>>38709
Lucifer the character is pretty witty and there's some interesting interactions between the characters. For a detective show it is decent, but some of the other plotlines can get a bit cheesy. Idk, definitely not the strongest show but entertaining for a casual watch if you like crime.

No. 38917

>>38652
This show is just Skins for zoomers.

No. 38927

>>38917
Is Skins worth watching? Tried a bit back in the day but it was p boring. Thinking bout giving it another go. I know everyone loves it

No. 38934

>>38927
I personally only liked the first cast, which is the first two seasons iirc

No. 39051

>>38927
I watched most of Skins as an edgy teen and even then the only character I enjoyed was Cassie. Don't recommend if you're older than 15.

No. 39118

>>38927
How old are you? I loved it as a teenager back then but if you're over 19 and are easily bothered by things that have aged poorly (slang, clothes, ways of partying) then you wont like it at all. I can still rewatch an episode from time to time as an adult but the first time you watch it, you should be a teenager.

No. 39148

>>38854
A considerable amount of the fandom's read was that Walter is badass despite his shittiness. Like how Don Draper is read at face value by many fans despite the show trying to paint him as a much worse person behind that facade. Some people really read characters like they're NPCs in the story, completely at the persona level.

No. 39476

>>38652
Just watched ep 4, it's terrible, thought I think that I'll continue to watch, just because I kind of like the overweight chicks arc, just because I relate to her body image issues and because of that letting shitty guys treat her badly.

No. 39480

thoughts on stranger things season 3? found it to be very meh overall. really wish they would end the show, but pretty sure its been set up for another season

No. 39497

>>39476
OML I just skipped through the entire episode, and watched important bits. Dunno why ppl are saying this show is groundbreaking. Sure, it's entertaining, but it really is corny as hell.

Anyways, I will no longer be watching bc Hunter Schafer confirmed that his character and Zendaya's are going to have a romantic arc, since his character doesn't know what a healthy relationship is. Z's character is a druggie, tf you mean y'all are gonna be healthy together??

Not only that, it's apparent that the other female characters seem to only care about men, appearances, and sex. This show was clearly written by a man.

No. 39498

>>39480
I haven't finished it. So far, it's pretty boring compared to the last two seasons. I don't care for most of the characters as much as I used to. I love Hopper so far tho, and the new character, Robin, is amazing with Steve. I'd drop everything and date her in a heartbeat.

No. 39537

>>39480
I'm liking it better than the previous two seasons, tbh. I'm really enjoying it, while I wasn't as thrilled about s1 and 2. Maybe it's just me

No. 39550

>>39480
better than season 2 for sure. i actually laughed at some of the stupid jokes for a change

No. 39582

>>39480
>>39537
Hard disagree. I love Robin and Alexei (it was a crime that not only he got murdered, fucking Hopper didn't even let him watch his goddamn Looney Tunes in peace), but it doesn't change the fact that this season is unnecessary. The TV series should have ended after the first or second one. How many times monsters from the other side can attack Hawkins? It felt stale by the time I started watching the third season. The second one wrapped things up perfectly while leaving it up for the viewer's imaginations how will the future of everyone go.

Also the decision to make Hopper sacrifice himself (or rather go MIA as I don't believe he's dead - that's an obvious sequel bait) after a whole season of him acting like a total douchebag was an incredibly poor choice.
I liked Hopper in the previous seasons, but in this one he was constantly screaming at people and became a rather unpleasant character to spend time with


Don't get me wrong, it's not bad (like GoT season 8 kek), but unnecessary.

No. 39627

idk euphoria seemed edgy and weird the first episode but then i got attached to the characters. kinda just another tormented teen show

No. 39738

>>39480
I'm sick of El and Mike kissing all the time. It's fucking yikes to me.

No. 39741

I'm really enjoying Blood & Treasure.
Sometimes you just want to watch a fun adventure story.

No. 39959

Currently watching the first episode of Euphoria and the tranny is so clockable it's unreal. And no one seems to clock him? And everyone is thirsting over him? and of course he's a weeb into ddlg.

No. 39961

>>39959
>And no one seems to clock him? And everyone is thirsting over him?
I thought that was weird too, this show really is unrealistic af. Do old people think zoomers are a bunch of tranny chasing weirdos?

No. 39967

Finished season 3 of Stranger Things, I was already sad enough for Alexei dying alone, but losing Billy, whose actor did such a good job this season, AND Hopper?? This was the last season, right?

No. 39973

>>39967
im so glad to see Billy and Alexei appreciation all over LC

No. 39976

I just started watching harlots and does it get better because right now it’s just kind of grossing me out. Especially the storyline with the mom selling her daughter’s virginity

I’m like 5 minutes in lol but I don’t wanna waste my time if it’s just going to be “prostitution is good” the whole time

No. 39979

>>39959
Stan twitter idiots, always get the hots for any white boy walking so I'm not shocked they've chosen him as the next new "thing", except it's girls thirsting over a dude who's chode sticks out of his pink mini skirt.

No. 39981

>>39979
he's disgusting. The whole show is a mess. I'm only a little sympathetic towards the fat chick, but like…in a pitying way. She's pathetic but she hasnt hurt anyone yet.

No. 39986

>>39981
Unfortunately, it's been renewed
for a new season only bc Zendaya's audience is carrying it.

I feel bad for Lexi and Fez. The only people who make sense in this show. Fez is dealing drugs for his sick family member and doesn't support Rue's addiction, and Lexi who sees right through Rue's shit and just wants her friend back.

No. 39992

>>39959
kek they girled him up SO much and he's still manly. him not having a horrible case of troon voice helps a little. that being said I'm kinda getting into the show in spite of myself.

No. 40018

>>39967
>>39973
Same, anons!
Also, about the season 3, I loved seeing Steve in that sailor costume the entire time. rofl Killing Hop was a bold move, but i didnt mind it. My issue is the scenes after the credits. it's obvious they are going for a season 4?? WHY? it's so played out already. i was really hoping it would end in season 3, but they are dragging it out and making me hate the show.

Alexei is so cute. Lucas' sister Erika was the worst addition to season 3. she was annoying in every single scene she was in

No. 40019

>>39738
It was so uncomfortable. like, really, really uncomfortable. Should have ended after season 1. i hate this show now and the hype is the worst.

No. 40074

>>40018
Same here for the sailor costume. When I saw it in the trailers I was like "Why is Steve wearing a weeb uniform?" lmao.
I didn't mind Erica, after she warmed up to the group.

No. 40215

>was never particularly attracted to Hopper
>become obsessed with men that look like him over the past year or so
>spent my time watching S3 while fawning over him like some kind of retarded fangirl
this keeps happening, anons. I see a chunky man with body hair and a beard and I suddenly go fucking nuts. same shit happened to me with Chris Pratt in Parks & Recreation, too. never particularly cared for him before I watched P&R, either.

anyways, Hopper's relationship with El is so sickeningly sweet. the ending of S2 stuck with me for a long time. I hope he comes back ;_; El needs her dad back.

No. 40557

>>39967
I just got around to watching s3 (I still have one episode left) and I’m seriously emo that they killed off Alexei. I know it’s bad storytelling, but if Netflix and the producers see that Alexei was a fan favorite, maybe they’ll find away to bring him back. Also I’m sad to hear Billy dies, I haven’t seen it yet but I saw the spoilers on twitter lol. People are lying to themselves if they say they still don’t like Billy after this season.

No. 40596

>>40557
Billy and Alexei are legit the most likeable characters of this season

No. 40853

Can anyone recommend series you got really invested in and emotionally attached to the characters? Preferably with a cute boy or two. It doesn't need to be good quality, usually the better written a series is the more grey their morality is and the less attached I get to them. I'd like some good people I can love.

No. 40858

This is Us. The father and son are cute when they’re adults and it’s about a semi-dysfunctional family who love each other despite a lot of difficulties like family secrets and the issue of being adopted. Each child has their own separate story as well as the parents. Makes you cry every time.

No. 40874

I'm comedy trash, so my list of must-watch shows is definitely on the funnier side. If they aren't strictly comedy, they're a drama-com type deal, or just medical/true crime shows.


All Time Favorites:
Malcolm in the Middle
Futurama
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Scrubs


Absolutely Recommend:
Bojack Horseman
The End of the F*ing World
Last Man on Earth
The Good Place

Guilty Watcher (for the drama):
90 Day Fiancé (all versions)
RuPaul's Drag Race
Shameless

No. 40920

>>40853
Supernatural is maybe for you if you haven't already watched it.

No. 40921

>>40557
I'm still not over their deaths. I'm not into the show so much, but it hurts anyway.

No. 40924

>>40853
I just finished season 2 of Dark on Netflix and it sounds like this show might be up your alley?

No. 40984

I just finished season one of The Crown…I'm not quite sure how I feel about it? The acting and cinematography is great, the plot is interesting sometimes but I found myself having to fast forward or skip scenes at least once an episode. Never had a show that managed to be both fascinating yet semi-boring at the same time. Is season 2 worth a watch?

No. 40986

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>>40924
If you enjoyed Dark (despite reeling from S2's finale, that show really took a nosedive into its own mythos this year) you might get on with other German or Scandi series, there's something about their culture that means there's a lot less focus on how attractive actors are in TV and more on strongly written characters and expressing emotions in a subdued, natural way. There was a third adaptation of the book Perfume (Parfum) into a miniseries that was really good from last year that fits this kinda mould. It's on Netflix.

No. 40988

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Sage for samefagging, but Casa del Papel is apparently back for a 3rd series for no legitimate reason and I can just tell it's going to be shit. They never needed a third season, everything was neatly wrapped up at the end of Part 2, and this is just a flagrant excuse by Netflix and whatever Spanish TV company to make more big bucks off flashing Ursula Corbero's admittedly impressive asscheeks. Reeeee

No. 40989

>>40874
Anon, you watch the new season of Its Always Sunny?
Kinda… bad mostly imo. Just them getting older. But the season finale “Mac finds his pride” was actually incredibly beautiful and moving, which surprised the hell out of me. Worth it just for that.

No. 41002

>>40989
I hated the last episode. The dance scene was beautiful and well-done in its own right but there was absolutely nothing Always Sunny about it. Having Mac genuinely come out of the closet in the lawyer episode was as serious as they needed to be imo. Doesn't help that there wasn't a single good joke in the entire episode.

No. 41003

>>41002
also samefagging to clarify i'm ntayrt

No. 41042

>>40986
Seconding the Parfum recommendation! It's so so good!

No. 41451

Currently watching Jessica Jones (always late to the party), can anyone tell me whether it goes downhill after the finale of S1? Or is it worth it to watch after?

No. 41453

My weeb ass was never bothered to watch shows until a few years ago so now I kinda skim Netflix and watch old shows like Star Trek. It's old and very very kitsch but it's fun nonetheless.

Aside from that, I'd like to discuss sex being overly pushed in TV series. I don't know if they're trying to pander to edgy tweens or porn addicted men, but my boyfriend was watching Vikings while I was playing on my phone and he complained about at least 3 freaking sex scenes per episode. He told me GoT was about the same. I get they're "adult" shows but it that really necessary? I'd rather stick to my childish shows then.

No. 41484

>>41453
I agree with you. Sometimes the sex scenes convey specific emotions that arent linked to arousal and have an importance in the plot (like in the movie The Reader) but most of the times they're so gratutious. I hate it.

No. 41501

>>41451
Season 2 is awful, season 3 is all right, but nowhere near as good as season 1

No. 41502

I’m rewatching the handmaids tale and honestly the role of offred was wasted on Elisabeth moss. Not only because of the irony that she’s a Scientologist but she has done nothing to bring this character alive, I get that she can’t be as expressive as offred but I feel like she takes that to such extremes she can’t even cry convincingly. It’s so frustrating watching her restrained face and sometimes smirk I find myself screaming internally every time the camera lingers on her doing the bare minimum.

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Started to watch Designated survivor and am loving it. Any anon has similar recs?

I also planning to watch the alienist, brother said I should like it cause I enjoyed Hannibal and Sherlock? Any anons has any feedback on that?

No. 41925

>>41453
I hate that about TV shows too, seems like it's especially historical shows. The Tudors and The Borgias were full of graphic sex scenes that didn't advance the plot.

No. 42045

>>39959

He’s extremely clockable

No. 42046

>>39738

Mike is gay so it is really cringey and they’re just too young it’s so offputting

No. 42101

>>42046
You mean that the actor is gay or what?

No. 42246

>>42101

Definitely lol

No. 42700

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I know i’m like over a decade late but i’ve been meaning to start Lost, has anyone seen it and is it good? I don’t feel like wasting my time if it’s not and i’ve heard mostly mixed messages. Is it worth watching the entire series

No. 42702

>>42700

Everyone I know felt like they wasted their time when they finished watching it.

No. 42707

>>42700
I watched it a while ago and I had to stop during season 2 because everything that was happening made no sense and the show wasn't giving any explanation as to what was going on. It just kept dragging on. The only reason to watch it is for Sawyer because he's super good looking.

No. 42732

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I don’t think it’s been discussed here but Los Espookys is so visually stunning and a really fun watch, it’s also really short i definitely recommend it for people with odd senses of humor. I thought this show was really original in a lot of aspects, and the way they were combined.

No. 42828

>>41502
Moss can actually decent actress if you see some of her lesser known work with Alex Ross Perry but I can’t help it either shit writing/direction or she’s just miscast as June. Alexis Bledel should have played June or they should just focus Emily already but the show doesn’t use her much. It’s because funny Alexis Bledel still can’t act for shit but she’s great on the THT for some reason.

No. 42891

>>42700
I watched that show while it was being aired. The first seasons are really interesting and pull you in, but the plot gets weird & messy after a while. The end of the show was extremely disappointing for me, left a lot of questions unanswered and just all around wasn't satisfying. If I could get my time back that I spent watching it, I would.

But some people still like it and recommend it. So do what you will.

No. 42966

Just got around to finally watching the San Junipero episode of Black Mirror. I thought this was one of the saddest and creepiest episodes I've seen. I don't get the love for it at all. Is it just because 'muh lesbians'? The life Kelly lived with a husband and daughter sounded a lot nicer, and more romantic than her brief relationship with Yorkie in the simulated reality world. How was their relationship romantic? And all those lights at the end…just so fucking creepy.

No. 43137

>>42966
Yeah unpopular opinion but it's one of my least favorite episodes. The idea itself was good but it was just not well-executed imo. I think a lot of people like it cause of the thematic, and lesbian representation is really rare.

No. 43337

the first season of 24 is great but dont binge watch. watch one hour every week.
rome the hbo show. brilliant. the show cost too much but they was able to tie up all the loose ends and it got a proper ending.
i loved nbc dracula but again it cost too much and jrmeyers had some troubles so the show ended. but it looked marvelous.
action with jay mohr. that show was awesome. it was too early and was cancelled but allowed to have a great wrap up season. a lot of other shows copied them.
hannibal was beauty but triggering. it was also a show that cost too much but the acting was divine. the last season was too much but the first one was scary and brilliant.

No. 43339

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I don't know how I feel about the ending of OITNB. Not a fan of Pipes with Alex, especially after they made moving on and life after prison such a huge deal. I also wanted to see more justice for the women but I guess the reality is that prison sucks so the writers went with the more realistic approach to the finale.

No. 43346

>>43339
Yeah, 98% of the character endgames were devastating. I wasn't expecting a happy ending for everyone, but jeez, make it 50 and 50 at least. Or 60 and 40, or even 70 and 30.

No. 43348

>>43346
Agree. It was kind of depressing that only Gloria got a good ending. The rest were lukewarm at best, heartbreaking at worse. They also did Doggett so wrong. She out of all people deserved a better ending after all that character development.

No. 43358

>>43348
Agreed, her death was so out of the blue and weird. It feels like when a cast member has a fight with the director/writer and they decide to kill their character as punishment… and based on what Tiffany's actress said on her insta, it might actually be true

No. 43364

>>43358
Didn't her actor, Taryn Manning, game a cryptic interview after the end of the show saying how she was left worse off she was before because she was the only one speaking out about the "harms" the show was making and how it was hurting a lot of people? Maybe the writers/director was done with her and killed her character on purpose.
Any thoughts on what she meant? My tinfoil is that it has to do with Cox.

No. 43381

>>43339
The stuff with ICE felt so ham-fisted. I just didn't care about the new characters introduced. Like yeah, that shit IRL sucks, but this is a prison show, and I want to see what happens to the characters in the prison. Also Nicky having sex in the kitchen is just gross, and Red should have yelled at her but poor Red got completely screwed over

No. 43808

>>43364
She said her Insta was hacked and it wasn’t her who posted this. But why would someone hack her account to post such specific messages? It must have been her. I wonder what happened behind the scenes, especially since in the credits and several farewell videos on YouTube, the cast and the work on set seems so wholesome. I agree that her death was out of the blue and a bad choice, though. Even if they did it because of the character’s growth ("This is a character with lots of potential and now she’s even graduating, but prison is so horrible, so she still has to die!", it just seemed so random. Other than that, I really enjoyed the final season.

No. 43843

I just finished watching Dark Shadows (free on Amazon if you have prime) and it was great background noise while I worked. It's very slowly paced but every once in a while, the story takes a turn out of left field that's crazy fun. It was shot live, so there are a ton of mistakes recorded for posterity which I'm sure the actors were totally thrilled about. It's also fun to look at the real fashions and hairstyles of the late sixties onward.

Because of that, I fell down a rabbit hole of old soap operas and found a channel that has all the episodes of a show called Port Charles. Like Dark Shadows, they were sort of bumbling along until they decided to add vampires. Needless to say, if you care about serious story, this is not the show for you.

It's either really good or really, really bad, but it's much more fun than Dark Shadows and so far I'm loving it. You can jump in at the first 'book' Tainted Love (they stole the idea of short arcs from telenovelas) which is where the craziness begins. Don't worry about characters or backstory, you'll pick it all up quickly.

If you like ghosts and vampire slayers (seriously) and magic candles and angels and all kinds of other loony in serial form, take a look, you might like it!

No. 44047

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I'm rewatching Bad Girls Club for the first time since it aired in like 2006. I'm about to start season 5.
Anyone else watch? I think I only ever saw up to the 4th season or so. I hear the new seasons suck bc it's just girls getting jumped constantly. It's way more entertaining when the girls can at least tolerate one another. Season 4 kinda sucked bc everyone was miserable the whole time.

I love watching this trash while I sew bc you don't need to pay any attention to the "plot" lol

No. 44048

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>>44047

It's crazy to see what the girls are up to now and how much PS they got. So many of them are busted as fuck now. Pic related Aimee from season 1 (top) and her currently (bottom).

No. 44056

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Remember Cordelia?

No. 44182

>>43808
Of course it was her, she was obvious as fuck with the old hacker excuse and even wrote it in her bio as damage control. In the comments no one's having it, lol. I wonder what happened…

No. 44603

Anyone itt finished watching Euphoria. Is the season worth finishing especially since it's been renewed? Saw some clips on twitter and the art direction of this show is really pretty, but the fact they keep pushing the mc and trans character as a lesbian couple makes me a bit uncomfy.

No. 44636

>>44603
i mean even in the show, the trans character seems only attracted to men and is only with the lesbian zendaya girl for clout and out of pity

No. 44829

>>44603
i don't know what episode you're up to but i'll just go ahead and spoil it. the relationship doesn't work out; jules is exposed to viewers as a toxic manipulator and ends up leaving town to be with her old friend's roommate.

No. 44832

Is anyone watching Harlots on Hulu? I am so fucking obsessed I think it's my most favourite show in a long time.

No. 44835

>>44832
The first two seasons are so good, but for some reason, I really hate this most recent one. Even though I love Alfie Allen.

No. 44881

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Binged The Boys in three days flat. Pls talk to me about it farmers bc I feel like it’s all neckbeards and edgelords who like it lmao

No. 44897

>>44881
I'm super enjoying it too! I'm not quite finished with the boys yet I'm only a bit through cause of work but I love the concept.

No. 44903

>>44881
Edgy shit, I'm pissed Amazon canceled the Tick for this.
Can't have fun happy superheroes, it's gotta be dark and contrary.

No. 44926

>>44903
This is more like a supervillian show anyway.

No. 44960

>>44881
I caned it all in a day. I could feel my radfem side getting simultaneously annoyed and yet pleased that every character in it is universally an asshole, especially the men. Then again, considering the source was written by Ennis I'm not surprised. I wonder if this trend towards "gritty" comic book adaptations means one of the big streaming services will option some of the more subversive stuff, like The Filth or even Transmet. As long as they don't do to it what they did to Watchmen.

Except now that I think about it, they absolutely would, and I don't think I could cope with Ryan fucking Reynolds getting cast as Spider or something.

No. 45083

Anyone else finish the latest season of The Handmaid's Tale? I don't know why I keep torturing myself by watching that deeply disturbing show, but this season FINALLY had some good stuff happen. Much better finale than season 2.

No. 45101

I started Black Sails without any expectations and holy shit it's amazing, proper bi representation too

No. 45150

>>44960
My complaint is that they tried to make the head-pusher sympathetic. His gill-rape and subsequent meltdown were delicious! Fuck that guy.

No. 45724

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Anyone checked out Glow on Netflix? Season 3 dropped eariler this month, but I'm already hoping it doesn't fall victim to Netflix's 3 season cancellation.


It's based on GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling). They heavily based the chacracters from the real-life show but it focuses more on the production rather than the wrestling.
There are a lot of characters but it does a good job of giving each of them a bit of development throughout the season. l also apercaite the interactions between the some of the characters you wouldn't expect to make connections. A lot of times shows with huge cast only focus on the same few characters interacting with the same groups together so I love when there's some unexpected kinship between them. the main character may be the worst one but I'm watching for everyone else


If you're a fan of 80's shit, training montages and majority female cast with some light drama, I'd recommend it. Also the documentary on the real-life show for context.

No. 45739

>>45724
I really enjoyed Glow. There's something that comes up in the final episode which could go into so many different directions. They buy a TV station and wnat to do Glow there with new characters, but Ruth isn't feeling it

No. 45789

>>44881
I'm so sick of super hero shit already. it's always male pandering

>>44903
I miss the tick.

No. 45804

>>45724
Almost done with season 3. I love the show, but kind of think Ruth is a little annoying.

No. 46118

>>45724
>>45804
I also liked Ruth less and less this season. I know that all of the major characters have their flaws but her role felt so indecisive and not evolving at all… And are we supposed to cheer for her because she still wants to make it as an actress? She is boring and uptight, and she should’ve taken the opportunity Debbie gave her. I also loved the story about Bash and his coming out! I mean, we all expected it but still, it was interesting and sad. Sheilas glow-up was cool, too. I like how they pick difficult topics and examine them very thoroughly from different perspectives. And I love Debbie’s outfits so much. I want to be her.

No. 46299

>>45724
I love Glow! I didnt know it was based on a real thing. I think the character developments are really interesting and I really really appreciate the female cast.

>>46118
I loved Ruth the previous two seasons but this season she's kinda insufferable. Ive come to like Debbie and I used to majorly dislike her before.

No. 46328

>>45724
i really loved melrose this season for whatever reason. and yolanda and arthie's relationship development was nice. not sure if i really want more seasons tbh

No. 46372

>>44881
I've watched the first three episodes and I'm really enjoying it. I started it with someone else so I have to wait until I meet up with them again to watch the rest. My only problem is the gratuitous sex and nudity. I thought the scene where The Deep drops his pants and starts masturbating was great because it shocked me and I thought that was the point. But after seeing just how much random sex and nudity is in it, I think it was just to be edgy now rather than to shock and make you feel for Starlight.

No. 46388

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>>45724
So far my favorite season was the 2nd. I love Debbie, I find her character fascinating. Plus the actress reminds me a bit of Jodie Comer, and her body is pretty great.

No. 46407

I know 13 Reasons Why isn't the epitome of great writing and literary genius but I seriously expected better. What the fuck was that ending? Monty was a piece of shit but how the hell did they frame him and have him murdered and present that as the morally superior option. What a stupid ass show.

No. 46446

>>46407
The first season of 13RW is almost a masterpiece compared to the newest one like were they seriously trying to redeem a serial rapist?? What a joke lmao

No. 46454

>>46388
Debbie is perfect. I love her character so much.

No. 46475

I was worried about how season 3 of Harlots would go but the finale felt perfect to me. I want another season but that seems iffy so I'm happy the finale ended up topping things off so nicely.

No. 46484

>>46475
Yes! I could criticize and nitpick Harlots for days, but I love the show and I was actually very pleased with the ending of S3. I'd be satisfied if there wasn't another season.

No. 46593

>>46407
>>46446
I don't know if anything is worse than the new character/narration, even the redemption arc attempt.

Also I have a feeling Monty isn't actually dead and that may come into play in the 4th and final season

No. 50222

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Just binged all of the new Amazon show Undone. At first I wasn't sure I was going to like it. The animation style takes some time to get used to, and still looks odd and distracting in certain scenes. And the main character is really annoying, and unlikable, and a major SJW which was really off putting, but the story and other characters were interesting enough to keep me watching. I'm not sure how I feel about the ending though. I both liked it, and disliked it for being a cliff hanger. And I'm worried if the show gets more seasons, it's just going to go on and on, and never get a satisfactory conclusion, like most tv shows. But all in all, I recommend it.

No. 50380

>>46475
I had to stop watching when they killed off charlotte
My precious waifu.
>>46484
I may be convinced to pick it back up.
>>46407
>>46446
The third season was so bad holy shit.
>>45083
Yes, honestly I think s2 and s3 are equally amazing!

No. 52149

Thoughts on the 100? I stopped watching it back in season 2 because I thought it had gotten pretty dumb but I've heard a bunch of times the rest of the series is actually pretty good? Is it worth picking back up?

No. 52333

>>52149
It just gets dumhet and drives off the deep ned.
Bit its definitely a fun watch.

No. 52352

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any big brother fans catch the season 21 finale tonight?

it's such a guilty pleasure of mine (ingrained in my defense, i was literally raised on every single season of bb and survivor) and it was simultaneously the cringiest and also most oddly satisfying ending. like the actual personification of losing the game and being loved versus winning and being hated was wild

No. 52377

Derry Girls is so funny. I wish there were more episodes, 6 for season is wayyy too little.

No. 52504

>>52352

I was cheering for Nicole so I was sad she didn't win but it was so heart-warming to see her reaction to winning AFP. Like you said she ultimately came out a well liked player despite not winning. The line of questioning aimed towards Jackson, Jack, etc. was definitely awkward (did you see Jackson's face? He looked so upset even after winning) but I didn't care for them so there was a bit of schadenfreude at seeing them having to answer for their asshole-ishness

No. 53111

>>50222
Yesss, I loved this show. And I actually liked the main character

No. 53628

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>>52377
100%. Orla is my manic pixie derry girl

No. 54110

Has anyone else been watching The Politician on Netflix? Jessica Lange is a national treasure. It’s like Gossip Girl on steroids.

No. 54326

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>>54110
Thanks for reminding me, I remember watching the trailer so I'll check it out.

I just realized it's by the guy who made Glee, which I coincidentally watched for the first time recently. I think everyone knows it's pretty shit but all I want to say is
>Sue is incongruously, disproportionately hilarious for such a mediocre show. The sheer unapologetic villainy of her lines kills me
>Rachel's style really glew up season 3 onwards and I want to know what brands she's been wearing

No. 54349

>>54326
yeah it's basically glee crossed with american horror story minus the constant musical numbers

No. 54418

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Has anyone watched A Korean Odyssey/Hwayugi? I want to know if the horror is intense, because I've just started the first episode without knowing there were scary scenes and I almost had a heart attack within the first minute. I can't stand Asian horror but I want to watch this, so please tell me it's just light-horror or smth.

No. 54427

>>54418
I watched a couple of episodes and it didn't have any horror but its been a while since I watched.

No. 54463

>>54418
No horror, it is super fun and wwll written. Just go on on watching anon!

No. 54542

>>54349
not that anon, but that actually sounds amazing.

No. 54543

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>>54326
Back and finished binging. It was pretty entertaining, though it got a bit silly towards the end.

The guy who played River is an absolute stunner, my god dimples are cute.

No. 54556

i just watched the movie what we do in the shadows and was wondering if anyone has watched the tv adaption and if it's worth it? is it any better or worse?

No. 54592

>>54543
I would die for River

No. 54617

>>54556
Watched the movie and the first five episodes of the tv adaption. I feel the tv adaption keeps in line with the original style of humour featured in the movie, and have been enjoying it so far. I recommend watching it unless you specifically wanted to follow the characters in the movie, since the tv adaption focuses on a new cast of vampires, but I like them as I liked the original housemates.

No. 54749

i love scream queens so much and i wish i was a chanel. what i wouldn't give to dress exactly like them.

No. 54994

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Anyone watching Mr Robot? What did you think of the first episode of the final season?

No. 55153

>>54994
It was great, it's gonna be really hard watching the rest of it with commercials.
White Rose's machine better be explained by the end.

No. 55312

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>>55153
Yeah, I hope so too. Maybe she wasn't lying to angela and she really has some time machine being worked on to hack the time.
The first episode was so packed with tension. I can't wait to see the rest of the episodes.

also, I have the stupidest crush on Dom.

when that woman told dom how she would cut her mother, it made me sick. It was so well acted. also, do you think Price will seek vengeance? Because a lot of people seem to be thinking that.

No. 57429

on the subject of Mr.Robot, istg WhiteRose really does have the typical tranny voice!

>>55312
I feel you, Dom x Darlene are my OTP

No. 57491

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Anyone else adore Peaky Blinders? I finished the 5th season and I don't know how the hell I'll be able to wait for the next.

No. 57522

>>57491
I haven't watched the 5th cause I finished the rest of the series recently and I was burned out at the end. But my god I fucking love the fashion and Tommy is ridiculously hot.

No. 57562

>>54543
late to reply but river is so hot. I wish he had more screen time.

I found it really hard to believe the main guy had any interest in women whatsoever, I know he's depicted as bi I guess but he reads 100% gay

No. 58703

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Have any of y'all been watching American Horror Story 1984, I'm actually surprised that I like it bc I haven't been crazy about AHS since Asylum (hated last season and cult so much I didn't even finish them) but I feel like the cheesy 80s horror movie vibe fits how ridiculous the show is. It's easier to get over how over the top they keep pushing the show every season when the theme of the season of the whole isn't made to be so serious, it seems more self aware - if that makes sense

Also, gus kenworthy and cody fern are nice to look at

No. 58753

>>58703
fuck the media 80s. the real 80s was better

No. 58756

>>58753
shut up, boomer.

No. 61209

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Are any other farmers going to watch to the new TV adaptation of the His Dark Materials series? I absolutely adored the books as a kid and still love them as an adult and I'm so excited that the BBC seems to be doing the series justice since the 2007 movie was such a disappointment.

The first episode just aired the other day and I really liked it so far. I'm enjoying the casting, honestly I was a little skeptical when I first saw the cast list but I like James McAvoy as Asriel a lot and the actresses who play Lyra and Ms Coulter are also very fitting IMO.

Anybody else watch the first episode? What are your thoughts?

No. 61371

>>61209

I want to watch it actually. I reread the books not too long ago and I’m intrigued with how the series will be handled now. I just have a feeling it’s not going to last that long, maybe one or two seasons.

No. 61441

>>61209

I probably will end up watching it due to being a Hamilton fan cuz Lin Manuel Miranda is in it

No. 61459

>>61209
I’ll watch it because HDM was my favorite series when I was a kid. I liked the casting for the movie but it really needs a full, accurate adaptation like this.

No. 61491

>>61371
It's already been renewed for a second season so at least there's that. I'm really hoping they'll get to make it through all three books.

>>61441
I was a little surprised to see LMM in the cast but after thinking about it, he has the potential to nail the role. I can't wait for him to make his first appearance. (Also, I heard he was basing his portrayal off his own family from Texas which is super cute and gives me more hope that he'll be fantastic as Lee.)

>>61459
Yeah, the casting for the Golden Compass movie was one thing it actually did well. Nicole Kidman as Mrs Coulter was god tier.

No. 61687

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Anyone else watched Dickinson?

I really didnt expect lesbian part and also I think I fallen in love with Hailee Steinfeld

No. 61770

>>61687
The commercials are really pissing me off with the 'oh so funny look anachronisms'. What is the intended audience for this? You'd think people who like the old books wouldn't be into all the stupid millennial shit.

No. 62326

>>38840
Mine too lol, it seems super corny from what little I've seen.

No. 62347

>>61209
I've not read the books so I have no expectations going in and I watched the first episode last night and really enjoyed it.

No. 62634

Has anyone watched Atypical here ? I'm watching season 1 right now and like… I understand he's autistic and that he can't read social cues and that's not his fault but like he's so rude? I'm not saying he should get bullied or anything but he's just straight up rude to that other weird girl who's into him and he assaulted that one girl like??

No. 62682

>>62634
Ive watched season 1 and 2 and I really like it I'm not sure why. I just find it very comfy ? Which is weird considering what goes on. I started watching it because I found out it had 20 minutes episodes and I was sick of almost every show having 45+ min ep. It was a good surprise, I really didn't expect anything from it.
I don't remember everything from season 1 but yes he is rude and he's not going to change THAT much. It will get a little better though.

No. 62684

>>62634 i've watched all 3 seasons and all the characters get better as the episodes go on, in s1 sam and his mom were unbearable to me but i did like the plot so…here I am. 3rd season was more of a nice comfy chill show that wasn't as centered around sam and his disability. His sister also goes through shit and you get to learn about all of the characters, which i enjoyed a lot!

No. 63020

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Did anyone watch the latest Mr. Robot episode? What did you think?

No. 63028

>>63020

i am on season 3 and i don´t even know why, s2 was already way too pretentious, heavy handed and going nowhere with the plot and every character is an unlikeable dick.

The editing is pretty much the only thing i still like about it. Its a well put together production, even when the story is garbage and fucking redundant"muh capitalism, muh mental illness".

No. 63032

>>63020
Absolutely ridiculous reveal but it sort of makes sense.
Will see how it goes from here.
I'm really mostly interested in the music/cinematography and figuring out wth the machine is for.

No. 63035

I love the show The Undateables it's a Britsh TV series about people who have long term conditions like autism and disabilities who go on dates and fall in love. It's wholesome as fuck

No. 63037

>>63032
> I'm really mostly interested in the music/cinematography and figuring out wth the machine is for.

Me too. I think it's such a waste. I just wish they had better writers.

>>63028
> Its a well put together production, even when the story is garbage and fucking redundant"muh capitalism, muh mental illness".

I thought that the series did point out after 5/9 how the MC isn't a good guy and how his quest wasn't a good idea as it did more harm to regular people than it actually hurt the rich, the one percenters.

No. 63084

>>63037
i meant its extremely redundant with the themes and subject matter, like right now i am on episode 4 of season 3 and they are STILL fucking establishing that yes, the dude is another person sometimes, like still is the dramatic cut to credits that the guy is mr robot too. Same with the story of him falling out a window, still hammering that one in. I keep waiting to see if there is a payoff but season 2 had none, it was very boring and plot advanced almost nothing, stakes are pretty dull too, no character is really that endearing, they are all pretty much self centered and terrible people.

No. 63714

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Has anybody watched the second season of "The End of The Fucking World"? I LOVED the first, but I don't know if I want to start the sequel because it doesn't follow the original story (the graphic novel suposedly ends like first season and that's it).

I do like the ending of the first. Should I give 2nd season the benefit of the doubt?

No. 63719

>>63035
This show is so cute, I love it

No. 63721

>>63719
Omg this made me laugh so hard but aww bless his heart

No. 63758

>>63714
i didn't hate it, but i didn't love it like the first season. i'd say give it a shot but don't expect it to blow you out of the water. come back when you've finished it though, i'd love to hear about your reaction to a certain scene. (you'll know it when you see it)

No. 65604

I wanna start watching the X-Files but I heard the later seasons aren't really good and even the fans wouldn't recommend them, so could I possibly stop when I get up to season 5-6 and the story would still conclude well?

>>63714
Way too teenagery for me lol, which was what I expected but I just watched it out of boredom. Tbh I don't even think I would've been too into it as a teen, the characters are way too edgy and some of the acting was poor. I remember thinking some characters especially the policewoman made really stupid choices. Not gonna bother with season 2. The soundtrack was really good though, I'll give it that

No. 65616

>>65604
regarding x files, iirc if you stop before season 7 you literally don't miss out on anything. 7th season still had some good bits but the ending cliffhanger was retarded imo so proceed with caution. 5th and 6th seasons were the best. if you stop early, shit maybe won't be that conclusive but I have seen all episodes including the cursed recent ones and it won't get any more conclusive/could retroactively spoil some enjoyment (the fucking new season)

No. 66561

So I've started watching Mad men. I knew nothing about it except it was really good apparently. I'm at season 4 and I like it a lot but I fucking hate Don. Hated him since the first episode and I don't know if that's how the viewer is supposed to feel about him. He is awful but it's not really shown that way ? I'm still mad that he called Betty a whore. Speechless.
Anyways, since it's an "old" TV show I can't really find people talking about it without getting spoiled so if any anons have seen it what did you think ?

No. 66661

>>66561
I've had it saved on my pc forever, planning to watch it because it's so highly praised but also not wanting to because it just reeks of glorifying 50s chauvinism, and is probably praised specifically because men love that shit. I watched a few episodes many years ago and am partially basing my assumptions on that, but I barely remember anything in particular so idk if I'm right or not

No. 66677

>>66661
It's not glorifying it except when it comes to Don imo but maybe that will change (I think it's hinting at it in s4). It clearly shows the misoginy, how ingrained it was during that period and how women start to change. I really like all the main female characters.
I didn't enjoy the first few episodes that much either because I found it too depressing knowing how women were treated back then. But around the second half of the first season I was hooked so I'd say watch s1 and if you still don't like it you can drop it.

No. 66680

>>66561
I've seen all of it and I'm pretty sure your reaction is what the writers intended, Mad Men is odd because all the marketing tries to portray Don as a cool guy but the show itself is completely unambiguous about the fact that he's a turd from episode 1.
A lot of people disliked Season 4 because it rubs that fact in your face but if you didn't like him from the start you should be fine.

No. 66706

>>66561
Hah, I'm also watching Mad Men and I just got to the 4th season today. Such a solid cast. The female characters are great and I'm dying to see more of Peggy.

Also, when I first saw Kiernan Shipka in Sabrina (couldn't get past the first ep), I thought she was an annoying brat because that was the direction she was given. Now that I see her as Sally I know there's just something about the actress I can't stand.

No. 66729

>>66677
Sounds promising, I will watch it. Eventually anyway, I've got so much shit on my backlog kek.

No. 66883

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only found a brief mention of hannibal in this thread so i figured i'd bring it up again to ask if anyone followed the show through the last season and enjoyed it?

re-watching the first season right now because i really loved it when it aired. i never saw the second or third season, so has anyone seen them and felt that they were as good as the first season? i just love the atmosphere, acting, and especially the wardrobe and costuming in this show. the story is great. will i be disappointed as i get further into the seasons?

No. 66886

>>66883
Keep watching, the finale of season 2 is amazing. That said, sometimes the show is a little too "arty" for me. I got kinda bored during all the hallucination/dream scenes and there's a lot of conversations where I wish the characters would talk faster. Still a 9.9/10 show for me.

No. 66910

>>66883
I am wondering if is it possible to watch Hannibal as a person that hates gore. I mean, can it be skipped without harm for the understanding of the plot? I am interested because of Mads and the plot but a bit scared because I can't stand gore…

No. 66913

>>66910
to be honest, there is gore in about every episode of the show and it is pretty realistic at times. I don't like gore either, but I'm okay with it in this case because it's not gratuitous. you don't really see gore happening– usually it will just be a gory body after the violence has already taken place. the worst you usually see as it's happening is mild violence and blood.

I think you could still follow the plot without looking at the gore, but a lot of the show takes place at crime scenes so there are quite a lot of dead bodies you would be looking away from

No. 66950

>>66883
Yes, the second and third seasons are just as good if not even better, I feel like the characters, their motivations and relationships get fleshed out so much more and around season 2 is where things get really interesting and intense. Oh and the finale is very well done and satisfying, thankfully as a lot of tv shows end badly. You definitely won't be disappointed anon, have fun!

No. 66980

>>44881
Just finished watching it. I liked it a lot! I found it really engaging, the story, the relationships between the characters. Too bad I don't have anything to watch now to fill the void.

No. 67270

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Anybody watching this? thoughts?

No. 67419

>>67270
Mando is some awesome gap moe, and the baby is ridiculously cute.
I love sci-fi.

No. 67502

Where can I watch if I don’t have Disney + ? Don’t mind illegal streaming sites

No. 67509

>>67502
Fmovies.to

No. 67514

>>67270
I love it so much. I never really cared about Star Wars in general, but this makes me really want to look into it more even though it doesn't make me feel like I need to. I really like western bounty hunter shit, this is basically a space western.
Baby is an absolute plus, he's so cute.

No. 67519

>>67270
haven't watched it yet but clancy brown is going to be a part of the series (although idk if it has been broadcasted already that he is going to be a part of it) since I only saw his make-up on his instagram account, a while ago

No. 67628

I'm currently watching Fear the walking dead, I'm half way through season 2. I find the characters incredibly boring, like they have no personality and just don't seem to interect with each other well which makes it a bit painful to watch.

Does it get better in season 3?

No. 67814

I tried to start the Good Place and I watched about 5 episodes and while i like the idea and the concept it's just not for me, the dialogue is cheesy and too ham-fisted, it tries way too hard to pander and seem deep, and the overall show just seems kinda childish. When Michael said that it's possible to get 105% perfection and that's how we got Beyonce I verbally cringed and figured out exactly what audience this show panders to. I have this problem with a lot of modern shows honestly

No. 67823

>>67814
I wasn’t a fan of the first season but really enjoyed the rest of it. The pandering tends to teeter off towards the end of the first season and those types of jokes die out. I would say maybe stick it through until the second season for when they get their footing. Michael Schurr (I think?) has this issue with most of his shows (Brooklyn 99, Parks and Rec, The Office…) where the first season is meh but it gets much better.

No. 67837

>>67823
Broooklyn 9-9 had good seasons but its recent season is nothing but bad attempt to kill a character because they couldnt write it and terrible SJW pandering which no one liked.

No. 67887

>>67814
>I verbally cringed and figured out exactly what audience this show panders to. I have this problem with a lot of modern shows honestly
Ugh, sameeeee. Particularly Netflix shows. Shitty pandering garbage.

No. 68591

Watching the Witcher episode 2 and (don't read if you don't want book and probably TV series spoilers)

it's super fucked up that they made Istredd teenage Yennefer's guardian figure taking into account he's her longtime lover according to a short story. He's second only to Geralt, as he provides her with a comfortable living and promises to look for a way for Yennefer to have a child. If they are not dropping this part of the plot, it feels really disturbing to me, like Istredd has groomed her when she was still an awkward, insecure teenager.

I am glad that at least Yennefer's ugliness has not been sugarcoated.
She's the best character in the whole Witcher universum tbh

No. 68646

>>68591
This shit bothers me too.

Also,(book spoilers) how old is Renfri supposed to be? Iirc she says something along the lines of being Calanthe's age when she won her first battle, Ciri says the same, which would mean she's like 16-17? (I know they aged Ciri up) It bothers me that Geralt fucks her if that's true, same with Shani, she's also like 17 in the books and he's 30÷

No. 68649

>>68646
Even the Polish Witcher wiki has no idea how old is Renfri lmfao. I don't think it was ever stated. Always thought she was in her twenties but might be wrong considering her character is inspired by Snow White.

I was so shocked when Istredd was called a boy, maybe there is something wrong with my eyes but he looks like at least a 19 years old dude while Yennefer acts and looks 13 or 14 years old…. what the fuck. Idk how am I supposed to reconcile their later relationship (if it happens) with that and each person spying on the other.


Agree with you on Shani,thought she was older and even then it annoyed me how Geralt fucked her (like he fucks anything female that moves and doesn't run away lmfao).
At least Yennefer keeps up his pace, really love how they are equal fucks up. I hate when fantasy protags pine for some virginal (or at least emotionally unavailable to them) damsel while they fuck every other women (like in the shit Rothfuss novels)

No. 68654

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If you haven't watched it yet, please watch Dark, it's incredibly intriguing and I like the characters and gray morality. Best go blindly into it and watch the original German dub, the English is bad.

>>68591
Can you tell me what you like about her? I like the way she's written, but I don't like her as a person, if that makes sense. I'm going to read the books now, but in the series her wish for power and attempts to achieve it didn't intrigue me though I like her story.

No. 68898

I was watching "The Casting of JonBenet" on netflix about the Ramsey girl case and it was awful, like a pretentious student project.

They know she had injuries of possible sex abuse and the actors talk for a while about the mom probably being an ultra bitch jealous of her daughter, and being close to her 40th birthday. But they don't explore the father and his previous failed marriage? They barely scratch the surface about the son and possible suspects.

Worst was when a random guy auditions for a police officer and says how he is a sex teacher as a night job and loves whipping/slapping/torturing bondaged tits, wtf was that mood whiplash.

No. 68919

>>67419
Last episode next week. I'm already feeling down about it.
And why the hell do they keep dropping that baby?!

No. 69208

I just watched The Witcher but find it rather hard to follow here and there. Is the book a good read?

No. 69213

>>69208
I'd say yes. If you're a Slavanon get ones that are translated to your language, they will be a whole lot better than the English translation, which is not to say that the English version is bad in itself, but a lot of the names and things like that just don't work that well in English.
The Serbian translation especially is amazing, it was one of the first languages the books were translated in and they put a lot of love into it.

No. 69217

>>69213
Oh damn, I'm not that anon but I didn't know that about the Serbian translation. Is it written in cyrillic? I guess it's still better than me trying to read it in russian though, my other option was German and the books I saw in Croatian were only translated after the popularity surge so I'm doubting them.

No. 69223

>>69213
Cool, I think I'll check the book out then. I thought some of the names sounded very Germanic (Geralt, de Vriess) but it was Polish, interesting.

I did a quick google search and the translation in my native language (not slav) seems to suck, so I'll probably end up reading the English translation after all.

I read the second season is planned for 2021, that's a fucking long time away after only 8 episodes, sucksss.

No. 69339

>>69223
the tv series is retarded, I have noticed several times that popular witcher quotes are being thrown into the dialogue out of context just cause they sound cool. Like the part when Yennefer is compared to a scorpio, it makes no fucking sense in the tv series because the part of conversation preceding it got cut (Geralt said that he likes Yennefer more than all the other pompous mages).

Unfortunately the tv series completely butchers the witcher plot and characters. I had to double check if I'm not misremembering that Jaskier was supposed to be an annoying person, but a fucking talented bard because his output in the netflix witcher us horrendous

No. 69358

>>69339
I agree with you. Netflix Witcher is overrated.

No. 69486

>>69213
as another slavanon, I had to stop watching after the 4th episode. It was so bad and I'm not sure if it's worth watching any further since they've butchered so much in so little. I used to be a against casting, but the casting was nothing in comparison to all the other glaring issues this series has. I don't know why americans have to dumb down everything to such an extent but it's netflix so it's their money and their choices. I just wish they called it inspired by witcher though even that's a stretch instead of calling it adaptation.

No. 69817

>>69486
as someone who didn't read the books I think that explains why I felt like pieces of informations were missing. It felt like the show made a bunch of "jumps" where things happened but didn't show on screen or something. Anyone else feel that way?

Still gonna keep watching though.

No. 70021

I love this show

So trash af!

No. 70283

Is anyone watching the second season of You?
I saw the first episode and I am not sure if I want to continue, feels boring. I have barely dragged myself through Hidden Bodies (the novel sequel of You) and it feels like the tv series is even less engaging. I might be judging too early though.

I fucking love the first season and especially the You novel. I wish there was more stuff like this.

No. 70335

>>70283
>>70283
I felt the same way for the first few episodes of the second season, but it definitely picks up.

No. 70510

>>70283
I felt like this season was definitely a bit worse. It's entertaining though so stick in for the long haul.

No. 70511

>>70283
Same. I read the book and was all excited to see the characters in the show but the first episode ended up being so different from the book that I stopped watching it.

No. 70579

>>70283
I'm only on the first season but I have read the books.

I find the dialogue so so forced and very one dimensional? I even found the dialogue in the book to be lacking but the narration aided that a lot and this feels liek watching a wattpad fanfic come to life.

No. 70668

>>70579
Nta but you're probably gonna hate season 2 cause I actually enjoyed the first one as the characters weren't as dumb and one-dimensional as this one (especially the main female character, love) and they turned the whole show into a pc-version of the book, unironically using things such as "pansexual".
I know it's in Hollywood and all but all the characters are turned into sjw type of people who would start fights with you on twitter, and that's annoying af. There's not one likeable person in that show so far.

No. 70822

>>70668
I noticed the tumblresque characters in the second episode. What the fuck. IDK if I should continue watching this trainwreck or just spend my time on reading the original novel again.

No. 70887

>>70822
Same anon. I'm on episode 5 now and i just skip through it cause i wanna know how things evolve in the show, and it's getting progressively worse, and the characters only get more pretentious and unbearable.

>I noticed the tumblresque characters in the second episode

they did that with the first season even, by having a trans actor. Was Blythe supposed to be trans in the book too? like, everyone in the show acted as if she was just a biological woman when in the second book Joe uses the word "tranny" iirc. In the show he's way "nicer" imo.

No. 70918

>>70668
I sort of ended up enjoying Season 1 in the background. As for Season 2, it was entertaining for a bit and then it became really clear that I was basically watching a story repeat itself (I may be wrong, I'm on episode 6 I think?) while Joe is trying to say it's not. Even Joe's character has become really unlikable and in a way I felt like the whole point of him narrating is to somehow empathise and justify his actions. In the book I felt like there were some specific times that I felt like Joe was a horrible fucking person but for the majority of it I sort of glossed over it and he seemed almost normal. Candace felt useless and the plot outside of her seems sort of predictable?

Also yes on the sjw type of people. There's been some things said that really made me roll my eyes and the whole 'mansplaining' (?) thing they have going on is ugh.

No. 70957

>>70918
Candace was definitely useless. They set her up to be this big bad and she ultimately did nothing of value. What was her character like in the books, btw?

No. 70971

>>70957
In the book Joe drowned her, pretty sure it's revealed around the time Peach dies as a memory or a reflection and outside of that she really isn't that important.

I think that's why her character sucked so much because the writing seems to have stayed pretty close to the books, so taking a character that isn't even fully fleshed out and changing the story a bit to essentially force them in for added drama is unnecessary.

No. 71380

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This show is absolutely terrible yet I can’t look away. The acting is terrible, costumes and makeup suck and the contacts they put on the actor playing Johnathan are so bad for a show that i imagined had somewhat of a budget. I’m only a few episodes in but I hate it, but it’s also so addictive, I can’t stop watching. Also the plot makes 0 sense and they literally could’ve finished after episode 1.

No. 71388

>>71380
Damn, I had no intention of watching it but now I wanna watch it for making fun of it. Is it so bad that it’s good or just plain old terrible?

No. 71545

>>71388
It is just terrible, I don’t want to say it’s so bad that’s it’s good because it really isn’t, it’s just somehow addictive.

No. 72201

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Y'all watched Messiah? It's intriguing af. It's obvious what the reveal will be, but I'm still hyped for season 2.

No. 72207

>>72201
This dude is really attractive. What is the show about?

No. 72208

Any teen show to recommand? I already watched Skins Uk, Skam Norway, Baby, Euphoria, Misfits, Shameless, Glee and Gossip Girl.
I want charismatic caracters so no PLL/Riverdale…etc plz

>>36197
Honestly that a good teen show, entertaining and well done. People trying to look for some deep message are obv dumbasses. It's 'realistic' but not normal. Euphoria is all the fucked up gossips/stories you heard about IRL in one highschool.
What annoys me is the extreme oversexualization of underage teens. Some scenes are too long and useless.

No. 72215

>>72207
It's basically a what if? some guy showed up claiming to be Jesus and starts collecting an army of followers. Mix that with the refugee crisis, political issues, social media and the general modern world and it's really dope. The show keeps you guessing whether this guy is the real deal, a terrorist or something even worse.

The dude is very easy on the eyes and he's also great in his portrayal. His delivery is so charming, gentle and firm that you really understand why intelligent people would believe him. But underneath that there's also this uneasy layer which makes you wonder what he is.

No. 78192

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Anybody watch this new show on Netflix? The last episode really surprised me when the dude's head exploded, holy shit. Also happy to get a lesbian, GNC lead. She was very interesting to watch even if she was a little bratty. What do you think season 2 is going to be about??

No. 78195

>>78192
this show reminded me so much of the video game life is strange. sydney is chloe with max's appearance lol

No. 78239

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did anybody else watch republic of doyle? I kind of wanna rewatch it. it's a silly crime show, I almost feel embarrassed for liking it haha

No. 78300

Whats your favourite show on HULU?

No. 78303

Started watching Harlots after having ignored the suggestion for so long, wtf I didn't expect to get so hooked. I'm sorry for having ignored your rec until now, anons.

No. 78559

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Please someone else tell me they watched Love Is Blind so I have someone to talk about my trashy reality tv show with

No. 79115

>>78559
watched it!! Somehow Jessica was my favorite one , but I rly disliked Amber and the dude who told the woman he chose to fix her wig after he had come out as bi.

No. 79187

>>79115
thank jaysus. honestly I kind of feel the same, jessica was a drunken drama icon, the dog wine incident was peak reality tv. amber went out of her way to be abrasive trying to say thats how she is teehee. barnett aka fuckboy is an idiot for choosing amber because she literally told him she wanted to be a stay at home mom and has a crap ton of student loan debt and credit card debt and said THEY need a bigger house when they visited his place.
carlton is trash and doesn't deserve diamond one bit, hes been openly trashing her since the show and his "apology" was so disingenuous and self absorbed i swear he was going to suck the whole room in with his black hole of a personality.

No. 79219

>>79187
jessica made the show for me tbh. with her obvious pining over barnett and questioning her own choices(honestly mark was annoying too, he didn't rly try to understand her). I did agree with her when barnett asked her to marry him & took it back, she looked out for amber and told her right away to be careful with him, the way amber handled it was rly annoying.
yeah how the hell do you have a credit card just for makeup and still manage to rack up that much debt on it WHILE having student loans? peak irresponsibility, if I were barnett I'd get a prenup or smth to protect my assets.
as a black bi person, at first, i understood carlton being afraid to tell her because there is a lot of stigma. but i could not take his side when he didn't tell her before they got engaged, i mean, wouldn't you want your partner to know of every part of you? if you hide such a big part of yourself until AFTER you're engaged of course she's gonna have a reaction. Diamond was rly sweet about it tho, she had questions and asked them, she wasn't angry, just confused and tried to respectfully ask him questions cause she had obviously never been in that situation before. he had so much self hate that he just expected her to be mad and lashed out at her.

No. 80389

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Did anyone here ever watch W.I.T.C.H ?
I really like that show its a shame the way it was handled though because it has so much potential.
The show only had two seasons and after that the makers gave up and didnt want to continue even though so may people wanted there to be a third season.
After that i feel like alot of people forgot about the show.

No. 80390

>>80389
Such a underrated amazing show.

No. 80391

>>80389
>>80390
they didnt even publish all the books in the US. There were multiple storylines beyond the Nerissa arc.
yen press is republishing the graphic novel tho

No. 80401

>>80391
>>books
Do you mean the comics/magazines? I never knew there was a book….

When i was a kid it was really hard to find the comics for free on the int and even harder in english. I finally found them but the comics just disappointed me in many ways that i stooped.
But now i want to read the comics again.

Do you know any site where i can read them for free?

No. 80418

>>32528
just finished the mentalist. it didn't age that well but it could have been MUCH worse and the story and conclusion were very cute.

No. 80427


No. 80439

>>80401
in the united states they were published like japanese light novels, in which they had a handful of illustrated pages and the rest is text like a novel.
i had like 22 or 23 of the books.
they later sold graphic novels of the books which i also had collected too.
if i remember correctly the series originated from italy so the english translation was really silly.

No. 80442

I need some series with a soft and sunshine-y protagonist (preferably a girl), this quarantine boredom is making me crazy.

No. 80444

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>>80427
THANK YOU ANON SO MUCH.
>>80439
Ill look into those books too. Thnx

No. 80468

>>80389
The TV show was bad tbh. Comics were superior.

No. 80478

>>80389
The comic was my entire childhood, loved that shit. Still do.

No. 80639

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Has anyone watched Tiger King yet? From a documentary POV, it's meh, but it's insanely entertaining. All these people could easily be cows and I sort of wish I'd watched it all unfold online instead of watching it now. I was shocked by how cheap it is to buy a tiger too - not much more than a purebred pet dog or cat from a breeder! I also need more about Doc so they can expose his creepy polygamist cult ass.

No. 80642

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>>80389
>>80468

Aaaah, this made me start reading the comics again. Haven't read them since I was 6-9 or whenever they first came out.

No. 80725

>>80642
Elyon was my fave girl (secondary faves were Irma and Hay Lin) and she was done dirty due to original artists being fired by Disney

No. 80733

>>80389
i love witch so much!! i collected all the comic books and i still have the dolls and some other stuff. i really wanna read them again

No. 80762

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>>80642
ahhh this is the very first chapter, right?? Such nostalgia :D I was a big fan as a little kid, loved the art style of the comics so much. Still remember the day i went to internet cafe and found the art of Elyon and her mom, it was so incredibly beautiful to baby me at the time, haha

No. 80771

>>80389
omg yes!! I don´t think they even aired the second season where I am, but I loved it. I remember a lot of kids my age weren´t allowed to watch it though because it was too dark.

No. 80805

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>>70021
I've not seen RoL but I looooooved I love new york

No. 80831

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>>80401
There were also books written by a Danish author. Not sure if they ever released them outside the Nordics.

I read them as a child. They were pretty decent and had a cohesive over-all story, although not cannon. (I think there were two series, the one depicted here and another one with character stories?)

Really loved WITCH as a kid. It was sad to see the quality get worse over the years. The TV series was crap. I wish they had invested more resources into making the TV series (and cartoons) better in order to keep the popularity going.

Apparently Italy really love their mahou shoujo genre. WINX club came after and has made a cultural impact, according to Wikipedia. I was too old for WINX when it came out so I never liked the series, even though I tried.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winx_Club#Cultural_impact

No. 80832

>>80831
Holy shit anon, as a fellow danish person this hit me hard with the nostalgia. I really wish I could have kept all of my witch stuff.

No. 80843

tiger king on netflix is the weirdest shit i've ever seen, i'd recommend it

No. 80850

>>80831
we had these in eastern europe, and some more that were focused on specific issues like friendships and bfs

No. 80888

>>80805
Flavor of Love and I love New York were the best in trash television my lad. Very rachet, absolute delicious garbage, chefs kiss

No. 80903

Better Call Saul just gets fucking better every season. I swear, if Rhea Seehorn doesn't win an Emmy….

No. 80942

>>80843
Hadn't heard anything about it when i started it and no lie, was just yelling at my tv every 10 minutes. What a fun trainwreck but poor cats.

No. 80948

>>80389
I had the first season on dvd. We had regular magazines and some special editions (?) I remember there was one about the Olympics. And a comic book about a dance show/play or something like that.

Kinda sad I sold them at a flea market at some point.

No. 81467

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So I finally got around to downloading season 4 of Mr. Robot. Anyone else already seen it or have thoughts on the series?

No. 81997

>>80639
I just finished watching last night and really enjoyed it too. I was shocked at how cheaply you could pick up a tiger cub too, insane. I really hope in the future that the law comes down on that creepy sob Doc, especially if he really is putting cubs in a gas chamber once they're too old for 'petting sessions' then he deserves jail time. the other guy who took the zoo from joe and essentially set him up in terms of the murder for hire idea deserves jail time too. lock them all up. btw, do you believe that carole murdered her husband?

No. 81998

>>80888
about to start watching flavor of love. amazon prime took down I love new york s2 before I got chance to watch so I need to see FOL before it goes too

I fucking love how trashy it is

No. 82017

>>80725
Damn I liked Elyon too, idk why tho
Her, and her bitch aesthetic brother
>>80831
I think we also had those.. I remember one where Cornelia's bf got turned back into flower, and they had little comics on the front pages
witch were so good up until they tried to copy winx. I remember hunting for a kandrakar? heart pendant but i never got one

No. 82036

WHO is ready for Killing Eve season 3 in a few days?

No. 82045

>>81467
Watched season 4 a few months ago and it was perfect. I'd say the beginning of the season is weaker but it picks up in the middle. Then we have in my opinion the best episode of the entire show and until the end it stays an incredible wild ride. I was really scared of how esmail was gonna end the series. To me it was a make it or break it type of situation. But he absolutely did not disappoint.

As a whole, I think Mr robot is a masterpiece. The visuals, acting, storytelling, music…. I could go on and on lmao.
If you liked the first 3 seasons you will also like this one, it's truly going to be An Experience. I hope you were not spoiled on anything !

No. 82055

>>82045
NTA but I dropped it after a few episodes because I couldn't take the l33t hacker, we live in a society, everyone except me is a sheeple shit. But I heard the series is self aware about it's edginess? I hear a lot of praise for s4 so I wanna get into it.

No. 82647

>>82055
I actually thought about talking about that in my reply but it was too long lmao
But yes exactly, it is self aware and the hacker part is not the main point of the series but it's integral to the plot. I'd say this becomes clearer at the end of season 1. I know a lot of people gave up after the first few episodes but if you can, try to complete s1.

No. 82650

>>81997
NTA but I think he was involved in some dirty business in Costa Rica with drug dealing.

No. 82663

>>82036
Me! I'm so ready, I really needed it.

No. 82674

>>82663
I love Villanelle so much….such a great character. My body is ready anon

No. 82723

>>82647
Awesome, I'm gonna keep watching. It helps that I find Rami super qt, bug eyes and all.

No. 82728

>>31983
Has anyone watched season 3 of ozark all the way through? I love ozark but after waiting so long I'm finding it really hard to sit down and watch it bc my brain can barely recall what happened in season 2. Anyways, is it good/worth continuing?

No. 82824

>>82650
Agreed. The murder theory is insane.

No. 82829

What's up with Netflix'all around shitty docu series?
Casting Jon Benet interviews a bunch of whos and a sadistic deviant and makes people think the mother did it, while the investigation points in an obvious direction, it's misleading.

Don't fuck with cats glorifies internet sleuths while Luka gave them every bit of info himself.

Now there's tiger king which was made by the guy who exploits turtles and seems to have a vendetta.

No. 82853

>>82829
First one's quite obviously supposed to be a look into how publicized cases like Jon Benet's affect society at large and how willingly we make speculative entertainment out of it for ourselves but I guess that point flew over a lot of people's heads since I keep seeing complaints like yours

No. 82860

>>82829
Why ARE they talking about all this old ass shit though (except tiger king).

I really don't want to watch a docu about that cannibal killing cats and a gay guy. Wtf

No. 82877

>>82853
The way the docu is directed and structured isn't "oh these are just some people's opinions", yeah, I get what the message was but after that I saw multiple misled opinions about the case online saying how they're sure X did it without looking at official data.

It was just tasteless and disrespectful towards the death of a little girl, especially the part with the guy talking about how he loves to whip tits.

No. 83140

Anyone watching Terrace House Tokyo? I just finished part 3, unfortunately don't have access to the newest episodes. But I like it so far, lots of ups and downs

No. 83265

Binged the entire five seasons of Breaking Bad just so Walt could finally receive his comeuppance which imo wasn't harsh enough. What a loser character, I fucking hated him. This is one of those shows where all the characters are obviously written by male producers. I read online reviews where people actually thought his wife Skyler was the annoying nag character, but if you watch the series she's perhaps even a bit too permissive and gullible of Walt's shenanigans. She barely gave him the shit he deserved and for how things turned out not anywhere near enough. The sexual scenes were so gross, I know it's pretend but I wanted to vom whenever Walt's ugly, wrinkly, bald ass old man character was feeling up on Skyler. Barf.

>>82829
>Don't fuck with cats glorifies internet sleuths
Lmao, they literally didn't do anything. There was nothing tying "don't fuck with cats" to the actual meat of the investigation. It was a huge contrivance because Netflix wanted an edgy title and some relatable loser characters for the internet detectives out there.

The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez was really good if that's still around.

No. 83268

>>83265
The hatred for Skyler is 99% misogyny, men are mad that the nagging shrew is holding their power fantasy self insert back from being as evil as he wants. Recently I was reading some reddit thread on it and someone defended their hatred by bringing up the 'passionless' handjob she gave Walt at the start of the series. I fucking can't… what on earth had Walt done to make himself sexually attractive enough to even deserve that?

No. 83270

>>83265
I never thought that Skyler was written as a bitch or felt she was one, the male watchers are retards though… I wish Walt's attempt at marital rape had more serious consequences
Anyway if you watch Better Call Saul you may end up hating Walter even more lmfao

No. 83272

>>83265
I hated Skylar and Walt alike and am female so dunno what to tell you. She was a bitch through and through. Kim is a massive improvement in development as a female lead on Saul. I can believe Kim's woes. Skylar i just wanted to see gone and rarely felt for her.

No. 83277

Is anyone else watching Little Fires Everywhere?

No. 83330

>>83272
I hated them both too. They were both selfish in different ways, at least with Walt I could relate in the beginning but Skylar has always been an annoying Karen.

No. 83345

>>83330
How exactly was Skyler selfish? I remember her being a bit rude and maybe condescending to Walter in the beginning, but overall she was doing her best holding the family together through Walter's cancer and criminal career that she didn't ask for…

No. 83367

>>83265
I don't understand why everyone acts like Skyler pissed in their cereal, it's so pathetic. She's a DV victim trying to take back control. Walter is a sociopath who pretends to have feelings, all he's ever done is drag people into his shit. Jesse and Skyler were so damaged thanks to him.

inb4 some smartass comments about it being fictional

No. 83380

>>83265
I dropped breaking bad but I could sympathize with Walter's financial situation at the start and he didn't seem like a bad guy- until his extremely fragile ego is slowly revealed.

As for Skylar, I couldn't stand her because she was unemployed yet had such bad spending habits and smoked while pregnant. Then she moralfags at the office when she knows her boss is a sleazebag and she tries to get back at walt by… Sleeping with another ugly old guy?

That said, she's not nearly as bad as the rest of the cast, I just find people like her that are trying to be writers and not getting a real job annoying as fuck.

No. 83381

>>83380
Exactly she was a fucking Karen and if she was a real person these same moral hags would be ripping her apart in her own thread. Skylar went as far as bitching at Jesse for at the time believing Walt was using weed to alleviate his symptoms. She was narcissistic more than half the show and cared far more about the public image of the family than what he was doing.

No. 83393

>>83380
>>83381
she smoked ONCE because she lost her shit due to what Walter has been doing with her life. And she was terribly ashamed of that.
She was also selling shit on ebay for a profit and had no problem getting a job when the situation called for it.
With Jesse she clearly did not like that Walter was meeting with a sketchy AF person behind her back and taking drugs. He was acting weird AF and she was right that something was wrong. Maybe it was not the best way of handling the issue, but Skyler was right to be concerned.
>Exactly she was a fucking Karen and if she was a real person these same moral hags would be ripping her apart in her own thread
We wouldn't cause she was a normal ass (BORING) mother and a wife who did not give a fuck about social media.
I have no idea where does your interpretation of the character come from. I don't love Skyler, but I don't think she deserves all the hate at all.

No. 83449

>>83393
>had no problem getting a job when the situation called for it.
yeah i remember how she got the job kek

No. 83488

does anyone want to talk about Better Call Saul? cause i've been dying to talk about it for a hot fucking minute

No. 83493

>>83449
You say it like she planned to fuck him straight away lmfao. It's normal she contacted an exboss that would hire ger for sure instead of going through job interview hell. She needed the job and money asap. You are nitpicking to justify your hateboner
>>83488
Go ahead, sis. I have finally catched up

No. 83760

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God tier TV show

No. 83769

>>83760
I posted this back when /2X/ was still around about women representations in media

The difficulty of feminist representations is that it can sometimes get a little idealistic, trying to offer many great role models of women that “can do it all”. which can be very high-pressure for some women. Sometimes people don’t want to be inspired to be amazing, I want to feel allowed to be mediocre and petty. So the main character being a mess up and a loser was kinda empowering in a way,

No. 83774

>>83769
This tv show deals perfectly with all facets of femininity including this about aging

> Sometimes people don’t want to be inspired to be amazing, I want to feel allowed to be mediocre and petty.



Exactly! She recognised her cycle of addiction to human affection because she didn’t love herself

No. 83776

>>83493
Fuck, Jimmy is in too deep, which is inevitable, but it worries me how it will affect Kim. He's such an ass for pulling that shit on Howard and telling Kim that she made a bad choice for quitting Schweikart's and Mesa Verda. Jimmy is so good at projecting his insecurities and short-comings on everyone.

No. 83786

>>83774
yes but what I like most despite all her realizations her life doesn't change that much, she's still somewhat of a loser and that's fine, and I think that's the ultimate message of the show

No. 84164

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Started watching this show quiet some time ago and while I like it so far chuck kind of stops being endearing and starts genuinely becoming annoying. As far as manic pixies go shes not the worse I've seen but her personality starting to become abit grating

No. 84166

>>83277
YES. Loving it so far and really looking forward to the finale.
Watching it makes me want to read the book too, even if I know what happens.

No. 85927

Whats your opinion on twilight, is it worth watching?
I feel like twilight came out in a era when men loved to shit on everything women liked and wanted to control everything they liked so most of twilight's criticism revolved around men and some nlog women sperging about how the characters look to weak and girly and that they dont represent vampires (how can you represent something that doesnt even exist)
So does anyone have any legit criticism of the show ?

No. 85932

>>85927
I still watch it as a comfy nostalgia movie but it's not good imo. The acting is bad and the characters are boring and pretty dumb. The most interesting characters are shoved to the side in favor of Bella's dull love story (titillating when I was eleven but laughable now). It's only good for nostalgia and laughs.

No. 85933

>>83367
It's sad how it's rarely brought up that Walt borderline rapes Skyler a few times throughout the show but her having an affair is used time and time again against her. Yes, it wasn't right, but it was understandable considering she was hurt and in anger and wanted some control after finding out her husband is a lying manipulative meth maker. I never hated her character when watching the show, I wasn't a big fan of her sometimes but usually I totally understood and sympathised with her situation. People make too many justifications for Walt (who sexually assaulted his wife, just gonna bring that up again) and she gets way too much hate, though thankfully it has toned down somewhat over the years imo

No. 85944

>>85927
This should go to a movie thread, not this one… just saying…
Anyway just look up feminist critiques of Twilight, most of them are on point.
Also keep in mind that the novel author is a Mormon and it shows in the storyline. Plenty of weird shit in regards to sex.

No. 86017

>>83345
I think Skylar was being selfish by letting Walt back into her home and life, buying a car wash with him, and using his drug money for anything at all. She jeopardized her kids safety multiple times by doing this, because we all know the cartel has no issues with killing a whole family to gain leverage or get back at someone. In BCS, Jimmy has done a lot to keep Kim out of his cartel business because he understands this. Walt and Skylar apparently don't.

At one point, I felt like maybe she was going along with it because she was scared of him, but when she fucked him later on, that just kind of made me dislike her. She got so mad at him for all the lies and the shit he pulled but she's a hypocrite because she not only helped him commit crimes but also helped Ted Beneke too. She should have told her divorce lawyer everything and got the hell away from him.

No. 86317

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Is anyone else really disappointed by Midnight Gospel? I didn't look up much before I went in but I think the story and animation behind the talking is sooo interesting but the conversations feel so boring and surface level deep. I feel tricked into listening to a bad podcast.

No. 86319

>>86317
Exactly that, I was hoping for a mature adventure time esque trippy adventure and instead I got a very bland podcast with topics that were just every 20 yo in college having an after party drunk conversation

No. 86378

>>86317
Duncan trussell is such a fucking faggot. I can't stand him, but the animation was fantastic

No. 86563

Have farmers seen The Expanse? I never
liked sci fi shit no matter how much my brothers try to force feed me it but one day I put on The Expanse on my own for some reason, just finished season 2 and I’m crying lol

>>83774
Fuck I love Fleabag. I want that entire monologue tattooed on my forehead. I was in love with Belinda by the time she finished.

No. 86570

>>86317
> but the conversations feel so boring and surface level deep
I think there’s the point, anon. Part of its narrative is how people who go on and talk about spirituality deep down are rotten, violent, superficial cunts who can’t see shit but their lies (the constant violence while the interviewee goes on rambling about how enlightened they are is key), which peaks with the “japanese” mentor, the one in the studio with all their adds etc. Only mom’s got the true light, once you listen and accept their love (which he didn’t at the start, he was obsessed over the podcast and didn’t listen until she was on the death bed. He desperately looks for a mentor, to the point he almost died of overdose, he didn’t manage to feel fulfilled by himself or confront that there is no mentor, only his legs. And mom’s love.

No. 86573

Does mr.robot get any better? I'm currently on episode 4 and I find the main plot (fsociety stuff) so boring.

No. 86808

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Finished Normal People today. I could never get into the book but I loved the show, unsurprisingly. I've always been into opposites-attract/star-crossed lovers tropes so this was right up my alley.

No. 86835

>>86573
The first season was fantastic imo, try to finish that out and see if you want to continue from there.

No. 86853

>>86570
I guess that does give me a new perspective on the show. I like that idea. Though, it still doesn't make me want to sit through it.

No. 87141

>>86570
Honestly, I don't think so.
The creator and main voice actor is the owner of the podcast they animated the show of, if its not about his stupid ass surface level deep podcast (which went on much much after his mother's death) how the heck would they do a second season?

No. 87777

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Lets be honest here she was the only total drama character who left the biggest impression.
People always talked about her wherever they hated her or not.
im kinda gay for her.

No. 87807

>>87777
I can't believe I genuinely enjoyed watching TDA when I was little and how inappropriate it was at that time lol,I honestly never hated Heather but she is the definition of a drama queen.i still can't believe all the characters are 16 I always thought they were adults

No. 87812

>>87811
Google it,it's true

No. 87813

>>87141
Did they planned a second season? Even if the podcast is the first source, they did a hell of a work on them. I listened to a couple of episodes and honestly it looks like Ward took what he liked and created a new work.

No. 87821

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>>87807
Yeah i was surprised and a bit weirded out when i found out that the characters were 16.
But i guess to little children 16 could look grown up but it was inappropriate to make 16 year old characters so sexualised.
I mean just look at how they made Lindsey look like wtf.

No. 87822

Ive already watched the first season of Total Drama (island) so i will watch the second (action) and the third (world tour) and end the franchise.
Whenever i see people talking about total drama they say that only the first 3 seasons are good and the resit is shit so ill only watch the first three seasons.

No. 87980

>>87821
im sick of this! shes not sexualised just because she has breasts and doesnt hide them!

No. 87984

>>87980
>thinking 16 year olds should show off their boobs.
>thinking boobs aren't regarded as a sexual object.

I'm sick of this too. Fuck off.

No. 89139

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>>87777
yeah i like heather even though she was such a bitch. My favorite character from the series is Sierra (even though she's a huge stalker for Cody)

No. 89164

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Rewatching Broad City, I love it so much. It's like Workaholics for and about girls
>tfw you will never have a friendship this based

No. 89379

>>89164
>Watching "Libfem" the Show
Ew

No. 89534

I watched Normal People and it wrecked me honestly. I really liked it but shit. Also resisting the urge to cut bangs

Connell's scene at the therapist near the end in particular, I felt exactly the same way when I was at university. I related to him and Marianne both. Everyone said the end was soooo sad and I was waiting for one of them to fall into addiction and die at the end so I didn't think the end was that bad in comparison lol. I had a similar relationship that just didn't work out and also related to that, got me feeling sad this morning. Also I liked a portrayal of bdsm that isn't "oh she's such a feminist" tbh, ever since 50 shades it seems like something all men want and expect out of women

No. 89570

>>89164

I've heard a lot of good things about this show! Are there any other good comedies about women that you'd reccomend?

No. 89608

>>89570

NTA but def watch fleabag. very funny & well written female characters.

No. 89614

>>87777
Heather was the best part of that show for sure. Didn’t she lose her top in an episode iirc?

>>89379
Do you even know what that word means? kek

No. 89639

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Just finished Little Fires Everywhere yesterday and it was good, but not memorable. I was bored watching Reese Witherspoon play her character from Big Little Lies again. The kids were all great, and I did tear up over Mia and Izzy's bond – I was incredibly similar to Izzy when I was younger, mommy issues, sexuality and all. Moody seems like a budding incel. The uneducated racist daughter had a good storyline. Bebe's was boring – she was never going to win the case. Both of the main mothers would absolutely be the subject of r/raisedbynarcissists and for that reason I disliked them both.

No. 89671

>>89379
They are a bit libfemmy but like… it's made fun of constantly. It doesn't actually have a libfem message, there's no troons, they don't pander to men etc, I can't stand that sort of thing but there's nothing that annoyed me in the series.

No. 89833

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I just finished Why Women Kill and it was pretty enjoyable! Nobody I know has seen it because it was on CBS but you can watch it for free on their streaming service with the free trial. It follows three women who all lived in the same house in different decades and is about someone cheating. It's only like 10 episodes and 80's Lucy Liu makes this worth watching alone.

No. 89834

>>89833
I watched it last year n it was pretty awesome!

No. 90891

Any of you girls watching The 100 this season?

No. 91885

>>89164
I saw my friend watching this once in an episode where the guy wants to be pegged and she accidently melts his special custom made dildo . I might pick this up.
>>89833
I love Lucy Liu, I used to religiously watch elementary. Thanks for the rec, I know bigger networks dominate the scene but this looks promising.
>>89639

Shit made me tear up though. I agree about the flaws in both women but it's what makes them great characters, even if you dislike them. I just wish Reese did more? I feel like she plays the same character all the time. Sansa Stark syndrome.

No. 92721

Anyone seen the Young Pope? I was mesmerized by it even though it's kinda strange and surreal, and totally different to what I was expecting. I thought it would be the young, progressive pope coming to fuck the conservative catholics up, but it was the total opposite. Can't say I hate an unpredictable character but I never really figured him out.

But man, the visuals were amazing, the soundtrack was this cool mix of classical and electro pop (I'm a sucker for incongruous modern music like video related kek), and Jude Law was ridiculously charismatic and compelling. I've never enjoyed his acting this much before, at some points he straight up intimidated me.

I think it got mixed reviews though so it might have just happened to suit my taste really well.

No. 92752

>>92721
I enjoyed The Young Pope, Jude Law is great!

Have you seen the New Pope, anon? I expected much more from it after seeing the trailer, but was left with rather mixed feelings… I feel like all the good moments were already in the trailer tbh. Also the line of that woman who miraculously got pregnant in the first season rather upset me. I didn't really understand what creators were trying to say with it and it was disturbing to watch. There was too little of Jude Law and John Malkovich's character didn't captivate me as much, I expected him to be more interesting and eccentric, I guess.

No. 92763

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Anyone here watch Devs? It is a mini-series on Hulu. I thought it got a little too pseudoscientfic-y woo-like in some of the concepts, but otherwise interesting visuals, setting, and story.

No. 92764

>>90891
Me! I don't know what to expect yet, last season was good, I hope this one will be too

No. 92925

>>92752
Yeah, I'm not so sure about the New Pope, I didn't hate it but obviously replacing the main character for most of a season is going to be a step down, he just wasn't as interesting. I also thought there was a lot of gratuitous nudity. I did love Voiello in s2 though, and the opening song.

No. 94225

total drama island will still be the best season when it comes to character development and relationships.
Action and world tour basically made so many good characters hateable and ruined relationships that shouldn't have been ruined (Courtney and Duncan were loved by total drama fans and the producers made him cheat on her with Gwen)
I also hate how they used Heather as this person that everyone would take their anger out, yes she was a bitch on the island series but she was okay in action and world tour and I don't know why everyone took their anger out on her when Courtney was just like her.

I also think Heather and Alejandro had potential to be a actual couple.

No. 94337

I’m super late to the party with this one, but holy shit Peaky Blinders is so fucking good, I’ve been watching it with my brother which has been really nice, we don’t have a lot of shared interests.
Anyway, I highly recommend it, I’ve never been bored watching it.

No. 94339

>>94337
It's fun and stylish as hell. Waiting for season 6 is hard. Savor it!

No. 94357

>>94339
I’m watching the last episode of season 5 tonight and I don’t know what I’m gonna do after I finish it. Do you have a favorite character? I fucking love Polly, she’s everything I want to be.

No. 94379

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>>94357
That's so exciting but so sad, lol. Have fun, anon. You're so right about Polly. She's badass from the get-go. I even love Lizzie, honestly. Besides Thomas, I found Aberama and Alfie really cool. I could list them all. The show, impressively, only has a few shitty characters imo.

No. 94441

>>94379
Thanks Anon! I thoroughly enjoyed the finale my heart was racing the entire time, I can’t believe things played out the way they did. Season 6 is going to be really exciting, can’t wait for it! I’m with you on the characters, it’s nice to see Lizzie develop over the course of the series. Polly and Arthur are my absolute favourites though. The show has blown me away, it’s going to be difficult to find a show that’s as good, if you have any recommendations fire away.

No. 94519

Anyone watching the Snowpiercer TV show at the moment?

I feel like they revealed who Mr.Wilford was waaay too early, I think that should have been a last episode or second from last episode reveal

No. 94551

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Anyone finished the new Killing Eve season? Did you like it?
I feel like the next season will be full on Villaneve, I'm very okay with that.

No. 94580

>>94441
I was hella hooked on Peaky Blinders, then I kinda fell off the horse around the Spooky Russians plotline. Can't really relate to anybody anymore. The characters are all comically traumatized imo, it's just so melodramatic. Polly seemed very cool (was my fav) and then she went batshit in a very stereotypical way. I get why she got that way but it's frustrating to see an older female character waste away like that. Idk.

I do like Lizzie a lot still. I will try to get back into the show because I loooove the aesthetic.

No. 94584

>>94580
>I will try to get back into the show because I loooove the aesthetic.
Agreed, I think I lost interest around maybe season 3-4 but I love the fashion, the hair, the way they talk, it's all so stylish. Also Tommy alone is worth watching.

No. 94612

>>31983
>>94580
Yeah I totally get that, I think that was the worst season, there was too much going on to properly focus on anything. I didn’t fully get it until maybe like 3 episodes into that season which isn’t ideal for a show with 6 episode per season. If you can get past that season I promise it does pick up again.
I know what you mean about Polly, but she doesn’t stay in that weird state for the rest of the show.
The aesthetic is amazing, especially the scenes in London where they go to a club and there’s tons of flappers! It is a really worthwhile show though, Cillian Murphy does a great job playing Tommy.

No. 94642

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watching "The Mick" at the moment and am really enjoying it but…i find pic related so outputting and can't stand his scenes

No. 94658

>>94551
I loved it, so upsetting it might be a while till' season 4. I can understand why a lot of the reaction to this season is good but still meh but I will be watching It on repeat until the new season.

No. 94665

>>94642
Really? I found him to be a more refined Charlie Day

No. 94754

did anyone else watch the bbc show merlin? I watched it several years ago and hated it. the show was alright (aside from shitty special effects) but I HATED the ending. I was wondering if anyone hated it as much as I did.

No. 94781

>>94754
I'm still mad as hell about it omg. It's such an insane waste that they saved Merlin's magic reveal to the very end. We got the bare minimum of time for Arthur to process it, it was so unsatisfying after 5 seasons of it being a massive source of conflict and a defining factor of their dynamic. It should have been revealed at the start of a season, so we get all that time for Arthur to react properly. There's so much potential for emotion and meaningful relationship development… anger, betrayal, being conflicted over his principles, really understanding and respecting Merlin, and eventually accepting magic. Also it would have been hilarious seeing him realize all the times Merlin saved his ass. I fucking love their relationship, it's so disappointing we never got to see it resolved with more depth.

And in retrospect, it's just like… what was the point of anything that happened if it ended like that? It's like Merlin's long game plan was to just… idk, hang around Arthur and continually protect him from magic, with no intention of ever actually changing his mind and have him grow to accept Merlin himself and magic in general. Instead he just let it get worse and worse with magic posing a constant threat, it's not like Arthur would have organically changed his mind with that happening. I guess the writers wanted to make the point that Merlin just straight up failed because he kept ignoring the dragon's advice and didn't kill a bunch of characters who weren't evil at the time, but that's so unfair.

Phew that was a rant. It's a mediocre show in terms of plot, writing and effects but it always made me laugh, and Arthur and Merlin are so endearing together that it's still special to me. At least it has a surprisingly active fandom with a tonne of ending rewrites to compensate.

No. 95313

>>78192
fuck i loved this show so much. i thought i was gonna hate it. i am super hyped for the 2nd season. i thought it was gonna be some generic teen drama but im hooked.

No. 95325

>>94754
Yes, I've seen the ending only recently despite rewatching the show a billion times because back in the day a friend warned me that it's stupid as hell and ruins the entire show.
She was 100% right, I can't watch that show again after seeing the ending. They made it out like old Merlin was some hobo giving roadside blow jobs to make ends meet. What a stupid fucking ending. Jesus Christ.

No. 95326

>>95325
>They made it out like old Merlin was some hobo giving roadside blow jobs to make ends meet.
Huh, what gave you that impression? He's a super powerful wizard, he doesn't have to make ends meet. The implication is that he's hanging around avalon waiting for Arthur to be reborn/reincarnated.

No. 95623

I’m watching The Office (US version) for the first time. I like it so far but…

Am I the only one who doesn’t care for the Jim/Pam romance? Not that I dislike the characters but it comes off as super cliche and tiresome. Of course Jim is a good guy and of course Pam’s fiancée is an asshole with no redeeming qualities. Maybe it was different when it was first airing but knowing they’re gonna end up together anyway is just wasting my time honestly.

Also whoever styled them in the earlier seasons needs to be shot. I hate Jim’s stupid surfer boy haircut. And Pam looks like a Duggar girl.

No. 95630

>>95623
I truly don’t get The Office. I get that his character is written like this on purpose but I physically find Michael to be so repulsive and grating that I cannot watch this show.

No. 95632

>>95630
Michael’s pretty terrible. It doesn’t bother me so much because I watch a lot of shows with terrible main characters (It’s Always Sunny is my favorite show) but I went in thinking he was supposed to be a loveable doofus who can be insensitive at times but man, he’s really awful. I get told that he’s get better later on but I’m not so sure about that. I know it’s a comedy show but I’m wondering how everyone (aside from Dwight) at Dunder Mifflin puts up with his shit. I’m surprised nobody ends up rage quitting lol.

No. 95714

>>95630
>>95632
I couldn't stand watching the show because of Michael, but my brothers found him utterly hilarious and the best character of the bunch

Watched the whole show once and will not waste any more of my time on it ever again

Would get so much shit for not finding him likable so I'm glad to find others that feel the same

No. 95762

>>94781
>>95325
there was also a major plot hole in the series, can't remember what it was exactly but I know it had to do with the sidhe.. I'm beginning to rewatch it right now because I haven't seen it in 6 years and it gives me nostalgia, but I'm not sure if I'm going to finish it all the way because of how much the ending sucked

No. 95763

>>95632
I don't like The Office that much but tbh I find Sunny even worse, the characters are all grating for me.

No. 95771

>>95763
i think that's the point with it. you can't go into it thinking "i'm going to like these guys", you need to go into it thinking "i'm about to watch a surreal take on white trash"

No. 95903

>>31983
Do you anons have any tv shows a bit dumb with drama to recommend? I was watching Dystasy on Netflix but it got too cringe i couldn't take it lol

No. 95942

>>95903
Korean Odyssey is amusing

No. 97517

Binged Dark S3 yesterday and goddammit it went to shit. How could you take the first two seasons and turn the whole series into YA novel tier crap?
Fuck I'm mad.

No. 97519

>>94519
I'm enjoying it even though its take on class warfare is rather clumsy.

No. 97843

>>97517
Whaaaaat? I thought the ending was really good! I personally don't think they could've concluded it any other way. I'm curious as to what kind of ending you were hoping for.

No. 98004

>>97843
The ending was good for the shitshow S3 has been. I kinda wished for a bitter fucked up ending.
Mikkel/Michael deserved better

No. 98646

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Has anyone here watched Outer Banks? I just finished watching it and surprisingly really enjoyed it from start to end.

No. 98648

Just watched Brooklyn nine-nine. Are there any other shows similar to it?

No. 98671

>>98648
well it did crossover with New Girl but they aren't that similar but both are rewatchable and comfy.

No. 98672

>>98648
B99 is made by the same people as Parks and Rec and the Good Place iirc. P&R is about as similar as it gets.

No. 98756

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I'm binging Dating Around: Brazil on Netflix rn, such a feel-good reality tv, it's so nice to see the little moments when two strangers connect! Anyone else watching this one?

No. 98883

>>98646
Yes! I’m actually pretty embarrassed that I liked it so much because I’m definitely not in its prime demographic. I think they’re filming season 2 now.

No. 98993

anyone who likes zambie shows or spooky stuff watch the strain on hulu!!! its epic n about zombie-like vampires am enjoying it alot needed to sperg about it somewhere hehe

No. 104517

what's the last show you guys binge watched? i can't find anything on netflix/whatever that holds my attention past a couple episodes.

No. 104537

>>104517
Locke and Key

No. 104550

>>104517
Dark. Bit of a heavy binge but there's so much to keep track of it's probably better binged anyway.

No. 105270

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I love Derry Girls so much. It's the perfect storm of a teenage emotional rollercoaster, friendship, superficially despicable and still loveable original characters, realistic dysfunctional family dynamics that are portrayed hilariously, political incorrectness, feral meanness and hostility, a few wholesome moments sprinkled in there, a cool cultural setting, well-written, hilarious jokes and girl characters written for their unpolished over the top characters and not their attractiveness or superior coolness.
It just makes me so happy. I'm a Derry Girl in heart

No. 105272

>>105270
YES! I've been rewatching it lately and it's so much fun. I like relating to the Catholic education plotpoints even if I'm from another country, the setting in general + their personalities are so so special

No. 105274

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>>105272
glad to find a fellow fan here

No. 105276

>>105270
recently watched this on Netflix and it's such a good show with such great female characters, highly recommend it to anyone browsing this thread

No. 105280

Chiming in to recommend "What we do in the shadows", it's funny and the characters are adorable. I'm really enjoying it.

No. 105281

>>105270
This show is such a treat.

No. 105283

>>105270
I love the show and the characters so much! Can’t wait for season 3!

No. 105284

>>105280
aaaaaaaaa it's been on my to watch list forever. need to get on that. thanks for the reminder

No. 105286

>>105280
This is one of my absolute favorites. Put it at the top of your list ladies

No. 105338

>>105270
OOOOOH, Derry Girls is great, I watched it with my boyfriend and we both loved it. The show kinda feels like I feel about lolcow on a good day.

No. 105347

I'm really into HBO shows similar to little fires, big little lies, GOT. Right now I'm watching Lovecraft Country it's amazing. I just finished attack on titan (perfect workout show)

No. 105357

>>105347
have you seen sharp objects? it sounds right up your alley and is a favorite of mine.

No. 105369

I HATE that John Cho was cast as Spike. I mean what the FUCK were they thinking???? I fucking hate Hollywood

No. 105382

>>105369
it's like they just choose random famous asian actors so twitter won't get mad at them for whitewashing. john cho seems too old to play spike and he isn't at all well suited for the role.
all the live action remakes coming out lately make me so mad lol. the casting is always god awful and they're never even close to the same level of quality as the original works they're based on. but they make money, and don't require any originality. easy for hollywood to farm them i guess.

No. 105504

>>104517
probably gossip girl. i first watched it when i was in middle school so it's nostalgic for me. it starts going downhill after the 3rd season, but i still enjoy watching it even if the subject matter is kind of shallow

No. 106052

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has anyone else finished the new season of aggretsuko? The unhinged fan turned attempted murderer legitimately scared me and made me feel so bad about idols and girls in general that go through that. His speech to retsuko about how she's a cocktease made me so mad holy shit. I loved to see haida form a friendship with tadano, it was really sweet!

No. 106062

>>106052
Me! I agree with everything you said. This might be my new favourite season. I loved all the new characters and the relationships between the old ones developed really nicely imo. The characters are weirdly super realistic and believable despite being literal talking animals.

No. 106067

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>>31983
i binged the alienist throughout the past few days and although i personally didn't favour the ending of the first season, i'd def recommend it to anyone who digs a good period drama but doesn't mind some dark, dreary true crime-ish gore thrown in as well.

i ended up watching it on a whim after realising they've added it to hbo max.

the second season just aired recently i guess, and i just bought the first book too, so i'm looking forward to reading it and noting the differences between it and the show / eventually watching later eps when i can!!

No. 106095

Anons, can anyone recommend a good dark humor show like It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia? I've been wanting to watch something similar for a long time now, but it doesnt seem like as if that genre is popular.

No. 106101

>>106095
Vice Principals maybe??

No. 106124

>>106095
I haven’t watched it’s almost sunny but peep show is great

No. 106125

>>106052
I've seen a lot of opinions about season 3 of Aggretsuko being the best and while I see why people would think that, because theres a lot of entertaining things happening, for me it's easily the worst. My favorite thing about it was that the show itself and Retsuko are relatable, but with the events of s3 it's not relatable at all anymore unfortunately.

Honestly I'm just really upset for Manaka, who is really driven and works hard to make her dream come true, even though it's believed she has no chance because of her age, and then Retsuko comes and has everything given to her on a silver plate.
Also at this point Haida is just a pathetic creep, being in love for five years with a coworker that barely talks to him on a daily basis - unless she needs something - and rejecting anyone that would actually be interested in him and have things in common. It really is not romantic or cute anymore.
small rant over

No. 106130

>>106052
I literally just binged through it. It has to be one of my favourite Netflix shows now, it's so strangely down to earth.

I loved Manaka, I hope she becomes a returning character in the next season.

No. 106144

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Friend had me as her binge buddy for Lucifer and while she's absolute shit and a blistering scab on the show as a character. I am starting to seriously worry for Lauren German, she's gone past 'clearly has had work done' and is full on 'looks like a porn star' level of plastic surgery.

No. 106202

>>105357
I'll definitely check it out thanks! c:

No. 106234

>>104517
Normal People.

No. 106251

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Cobra Kai is on netflix now, I 100% recommend it even if you weren't that into the Karate Kid movies. I wasn't a big fan but the series is legit funny and awesome, it surprised me how good of a sequel it is. The teen drama is a bit goofy at times but the whole thing is worth it for grown up Johnny and Daniel.

No. 106260

>>106125
I have to agree with you, I still love Aggretsuko and enjoyed the season, but I found S3 to be too whimsical, rather than down-to-earth and realistic like the past seasons.

Also, does anyone else just really love seeing shows about cute young adult/middle aged women struggling with life? Any other recommendations? (Anime or TV)

No. 106289

>>106260
Nta but to me it still seemed realistic probably because I know a lot about underground idol industry. I think this season is my favorite one so far tbh.

No. 106304

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>>106144
She took the call. Never take that call.

No. 106411

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>>106052
I didn't really like this season.


They ruined Haida for me I know indecisive soyboy is a legit stereotype for men in Japan but I don't find it endearing. Especially when Haida puts on a tough guy front but literally leads on a woman who practically spoonfed herself to him, which is more than what Retsuko ever did in the entire five year run, because uwu~so indecisive~uwu. He didn't deserve her. Inui handled it like a champ but I think more women ought to lose their shit over those games, it sends a bullshit message about the fuckery women are expected to endure imho. Haida was being a piece of shit and would've deserved a consequence. And ugh, the scene where Fenneko pressed Haida to say why he even likes Retsuko when he only knows anything about her from work: So he flashbacked to this lame scene where she was ~stealing water from work~ so he knew she was a more-than-meets-the-eye baddie deep down for being a "water thief" LOL FUCKING WAT. Don't even get me started with that bullshit final episode where their motivations are at odds and Haida is a dick in the song he sings to her, how tf do you call someone a "chicken" after they've been assaulted with a boxcutter? inb4 "He was trying to show her how being reclusive and indecisive is bad!" Well friendos, that's coming from a guy who couldn't even pick his romantic interest for 5 years, so. Also, I thought it was a bad sign when Haida started to hang out with Tadano because he was another dude who couldn't give Retsuko what she needed and wanted. They were trying to make him sound more insightful for Haida than he actually was imo. However I was hoping that Gori and Tadano were going to ship by the end of the season because they both seem career-ambitious and less children-oriented, and I feel he could help Gori out with her debt and give her the rich lifestyle she deserves and clearly wants. It was cute how they had a shared tech moment and I really hope that didn't just happen cause they're both orbiting plot devices for Retsuko.

Unpopular Opinion: The idol storyline was shit and was so out of character for Retsuko. Manaka was way too mentoring and nice towards Retsuko who basically swooped in and pulled the pecking order from under her feet after she worked so hard for years. She was somehow okay with being sidelined knowing she is an "older idol" with not many years left. It wasn't believable at all. Then I was supposed to believe that timid, shy Retsuko who had a problem with people knowing her karaoke secret and can barely deal with confrontation, who's never been actually trained for dancing or singing, would have what it takes to naturally go up on a public stage and be a frontlining idol right off the bat with no awkward slip ups and next to zero mistakes. Uh huh. And then the last episodes where she throws caution to the wind despite the creepy stalker skulking around her work and she just exists all naively…lmao, totally forced to progress the plot because her character is way more anxious and cautious than that. And then she just…leaves the group as if that will resolve her identity being exposed and public now riiight. Oh and the part where she was slated to make way more money following her passion. Nah, she'll take the downgrade to go back working for asshole Ton for less money to be with ball-less bassist coworker Haida again.
Butchered character development.

I think the producers just bit off more than they could chew with this season so the last two episodes felt really rushed and forced.

No. 106414

>>106411
YES, I'm feeling so validated rn, all of these are my thoughts exactly. Seeing so many voices praising this as the best season and not a single criticism (until now) was pretty confusing.

No. 106449

>>106411
I really felt ambivalent towards this season. Haida and Restuko have no chemistry imo, and I know Retsuko’s character is being naive and passive but she really was ridiculous that last episode. Isn’t she usually quite cautious? Why ignore a direct warning from someone? And on the other hand the concluding discussion between her and Haida was so confusing, since the scene just before practically said that she needs time and to not push her but the app said they’re soulmates so it’s obviously fine!. I think there was so much wasted potential there as it seemed like they just wanted to wrap it all up in a nice status-quo bow when that just won’t work.

In general to me the idol subplot felt like they opened a huge can of worms. I had thought she would at least go for a secret identity thing, which I guess she tried but it’s not really discussed.

Inu was done soo dirty. And I agree on your Gori ship, I really thought it was about to happen and it…didn’t?

I’m still holding out hope for the next season because I do still (mostly) like the characters. Sidenote, I feel like I’m going crazy, I can’t understand some of what Ton says (eng dub)

No. 106505

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Is Retsuko engdub any good? Never tried but I heard that they mistranslate things and twist them around.

However, I am laughing at "sounds like chicken to me", because
In the original, Haida says, "ii gomibun dana" which can be translated as "what/that's a nice situation/life." Given the combination of "gomibun" (polite speech) and "da na" (informal, casual speech), the tone comes across as sarcastically respectful. Also idk if there would be a way for any of them to sing something "nice" because its a death metal genre. I am not WKing Haida (my fave char is a bird and Fenneko anyway) but to me it looked like that he tried provoking her so she would finally open up her true feelings, considering through midseason all her friends did were being concerned over her being secretive and talking about how she always bottles everything up.

I liked the Inu-chan but I thought that the way she tries to start dating him was way too quick but thats just me ig. Other than that she's nice.

So far I loved this season because of idol industry arc and many dynamics with different characters. Very cute.

No. 106565

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>>106505
>Is Retsuko engdub any good?
No, it's hideous.

I'm glad to see someone not dumping on Haida. His shallow fixation on Retsuko is cringe, but I agree he's the only one that actually DID anything to help her rather than just letting her wallow and become a hikikomori. Yeah being assaulted is terrifying, but they mention it had been weeks since she even came out of her room and was on the verge of losing her job. She still ended up telling him off for seeing her as this idealized projection of herself, so in the end they both got to express themselves. Hopefully they actually get to know one another next season, regardless of whether they get together or just become friends.

I also don't see the fuss over Inui. She was… fine? Honestly kind of boring, she was "nice" and apparently liked the same music as Haida. Wow. Then she pushed him to admit his feelings for Retsuko as she was lying passed out in his arms after he got stabbed by a maniac. Then she's all, "Oh I guess this isn't the best time for this." Lol, no shit.

No. 106567

Seeing lots of discussion around Inui on here.

Imo, the problem with her was that she was not really meant to be a character, she was meant to be a plot device. She was just created to shake up the Retsuko/Haida ship and now we will probably never see her again since her job is done.

This happens in plenty of anime or other media, a character is created just to create a love triangle to cause tension between the "main" ship, and so we don't really know anything about them outside of their interest in 1/3 of the triangle. All we know is… she has similar interests to Haida? She's kind of pretty and dresses nice? It's hard to really care about her, just because of how she's used.

Anyways, she still deserves better, maybe if we are lucky we will catch a little snippet of her being happy with someone else next season.

No. 106569

>>106505
>>106565
guess i should watch the subbed version then, the dub really gave me a bad impression of him

No. 106574

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>>106567
Fair enough. I can totally agree it's likely I'm not into her because I just don't know much about her, so she comes across as a somewhat shallow character.

It kind of reminds me of Resasuke actually. He seems like this total loser mute which is even funnier because it contrasts with Retsuko's bishounen image of him, but right at the end we see he's a sweet dude that loves plants. I don't believe plant people can be bad lol. I would've loved to see more of his quiet inner world, but he wasn't intended to be a main character.

It's funny because that ties back into Haida for me. Retsuko gets this pass on overidealizing someone, but Haida doesn't? Retsuko was turning Resasuke completely into someone else, whereas it was actually a very "real" thing that Retsuko did that first caught Haida's attention. I saw a lot of people bashing him for not being able to mention something specific about her personality and bringing up a seemingly inconsequential moment, but I think it's sort of cute that it was something so banal that intrigued him.

No. 106579

>>106565
haida best boy

No. 106580

>>106569
You should always watch the subs first. dubs are usually shit, and a lot gets lost in translation.

No. 106675

>>106304
Dear god who did that used to be. Also it's scary how alike they look. Is it because of the surgeries or because make up crew trying their hardest to make them appear human and just caking make up on?

No. 106707

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killing eve is so good. thanks to all the anons that recommended it.

No. 106715

>>106707
I tried watching it with my BF but he sorta ruined it for me, he's not at all a anti-feminist type, hell he's even more woke then me but he was in the Marines and he gets irked by anything "unrealistic" in media, "guns don't work like that" "she would have gone deaf at that range" and other shit over and over and now even when I watch it myself his voice is stuck in my head

No. 106718

>>106715
that's hella stupid. the show has so much dry humor, it doesn't take itself seriously at all and shouldn't be taken too seriously. sorry your bf killed your immersion with facts and logic

No. 106719

>>106707
I just don't get the hype around it, the characters act so irrational. Villanelles backstory was underwhelming and Eve is a run of the mill boring Mary Sue character.

No. 106720

>>106718
He does it with every show that has something to do with guns or military stuff, it's tiresome and sometimes rates shit movies as being good just for being more "accurate"

No. 106776

Thank you so much to the anons who said I should watch Hannibal. It's su gud. I'm at the beginning of s2 and I love it. I could stomach the violence, it wasn't too gratitious.

No. 106780

>>106707
My grandma loves watching this show!

No. 106904

>>106776
It's really graphic but doesn't seem gratuitous for some reason. Presentation maybe.

Bryan Fuller began having problems with NBC executives during the production of season three. Some feel it's visible in the show by that point.

No. 106917

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Did anyone watch Raised By Wolves yet? The first 3 episodes were released yesterday and while I liked the series a little less by the 3rd episode I am still really excited for it. That pilot was so good!

No. 106918

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Anyone watching the Boys? It just came out yesterday. It's off to a slow start but I'm excited for next week. Haven't been this into watching a weekly tv series in years.

No. 106919

>>106918
is the second season gonna be released weekly or released all at once? i fucking aadored the boys s1, despite having some critiques about dialogue and characters. love homelander, the absolute talent of the actor that plays him cannot be understated. as a comic reader they really expanded on most of the sevens personality in really good ways. the only issues i have are butchers almost one dimensional "reee i don't give a shit about anyone" and the way they call the only girl in the boys "the female" like can u not. obvi this is the comic writers fault (his writing reeked of maleness lmao) but god it rubs the wrong way in the show even if its tongue in cheek.

No. 106938

>>106919
That's Ennis for you though.
I've watched 3 episodes of the second season now and it's pretty great. Kimiko gets a little fleck of story fleshed out.

No. 106941

>>106720
i hate your partner and hope he gets beat up!

No. 106947

>>106919
>>106938
Yeah the writer said he regretted how Kimiko was portrayed in s1 in this article https://www.digitalspy.com/tv/ustv/a33625772/the-boys-kimiko-karen-fukuhara-portrayal-regrets/ so i think that her character will be explored a lot more this season. Also what do you guys think of Stormfront? I hope they don’t make the whole racism/fascism thing too heavy handed, that would kind of ruin the show for me.

No. 107045

>>106719
I thought about this not to refute it or anything. For me, it's the acting mostly and being taken off guard and surprised by the very well-acted craziness and character dynamics. And just the sheer chaotic power of Villanelle.

You're right that it's not great cinema where you can fully immerse yourself in a coherent plot with realistic characters. It's sheer over the top craziness, moral/rational chaos and upheaval of any order. I think there is a lot of comedy and satire going on. I can't say if the show does that well or if it that's a waste.

I don't think Eve is a Mary Sue at all though. She really comes across as a smart, funny, emotionally a bit shallow, awkward confused woman whose moral compass is spinning wildly because of her contained desires. Maybe Sandra Oh's acting helps that for me or it's just Sandra Oh I'm actually watching (lol). Maybe you mean self-insert?

For me, the irrationality and darkness of the show is mirroring reality and also personally cathartic somehow as I'm an anxious overthinker. Maybe it could be written more seriously but the show does well what it does that way.

Villanelle is just drop dead gorgeous, chaotically powerful, scarily loveable and entertaining and the crazy relationship dynamics are interesting and entertaining af.
I'm also glad for the good chemistry Eve/Villanelle have.

Just watching Villanelle going from being a terrifying killer freezing my blood to being an equally terrifying but somehow loveable, funny and playful goofball in the next scene gives me life. Or coming into a scene in a literally killer styling. She is a psycho without a moral compass and not a feminist rolemodel or anything at all but she is completely uninhibited by the neurotic worries your average woman is bound to have in this society. And that's just a relief and liberation.

Jodie Comer is a really great, versatile actress with a lot of depth matching Mads Mikkelsen easily. Men irl are a little scared of her haha

No. 107046

>>107045
samefag/headsup: that vid contains spoilers

No. 107063

>>107045
It's a bit jarring to see Jodie in interviews, her voice is so different from when she plays Villanelle. It kinda sounds like the Villanelle voice is her real one and she uses a softer pitch when talking in public kek

No. 108625

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Thanks to all the anons (the anon?) who recommended What We Do In The Shadows the series.
I prefer the movie for a lot of reasons but the show is very entertaining aswell.
Guillermo for one is hilarious.

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>>108625
My highlight is Nadja. I was completely taken off-guard by that one scene where she stalks the man and casually crawls up to his window where he's jacking off furiously and she takes a vintage flashlight photo and just fucks off again. That was hysterical and surprised me. I was intrigued. I was sold when she later moaned at him and had a psychotic break about cutting off his head during sex. Love me a feral woman lmao

No. 108668

>>107045
nta but I get what you're trying to say regarding Villanelle and the freedom and power she had and inspires but the fact is that I can't ever take ever it seriously, I have this problem with male action heroes as well, In real life assisains are not quirky and or have a chique dress sense, they are ugly plain men who kill people for money, sometimes they will have bullshit code about how they won't kill women or children but many do

I can't take Villanelle seriously, cause I will always know it's as fake as superheros, so there's no point

No. 108674

>>108668
…of course it's fake, it's a tv show you autist

No. 108677

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>>108625
I can't choose, I love all the characters. Colin Robinson is the one that gives me the most keks probably, but the others are hilarious and adorable in their own way as well.

No. 108680

>>108674
don't you know that suspension of desbelief is a thing and it doesn't work the same way for everyone?

No. 108682

>>108680
it works the same for everyone except austists

No. 108689

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>>108668
idk if it's meant to be taken seriously

No. 108701

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>>108668
ayrt and thanks for reading my schizo wall of text. I get what you're saying and feel you.
I also noticed for myself that my tolerance for tv violence and gore fluctuates. Sometimes it's thrilling but other days, it's just disturbing and puts a damper on the perks of a show.
Now that Jodie Comer made a name for herself, I look forward to seeing more of her acting in other roles, too.

No. 108702

>>107045
Fucking love villanelle. Killing Eve is an exceptional show, deserving of a true chef's kiss.

No. 108995

>>68654 damn I tried to watch Dark but I'm on ep 7/10 and it feels like it's all build up and dramatic, intriguing hints with no substance.

It reminds me so much of True Detective S1 in a bad way.so much lush aesthetic creepy vibes, no payoff. You'd think 70% in SOMETHING interesting or juicy would be revealed.

Also kinda reminds me of cringy anime when the biggest tensions are that people who grew up together in a tiny town all want to fuck each other.

The casting between the timelines was great but I'm still struggling to remember who everyone is and how they're connected. All these middle aged Germans look the same to me lol

No. 108996

>>108995
I needed to make notes during the first season but stopped caring so much during season two. The characters will click with you at some point, it's just a question of whether it's worth it to you.

No. 109139

>>108668
if it helps Villanelle is actually based on real life hitwoman Idoia López Riaño who killed 23 people for a Spanish terror group, she'd seduce policemen she was hired to kill and once missed a target she was tailing because she was too busy checking her hair in a shop window reflection which is like something that'd happen on the show, she's free now after serving a year in prison for each victim

No. 109373

Can anons recommend me a comedy show similar to Brooklyn 99? I just want to laugh without having the need for subtitles

No. 109374

>>109373
what does this mean, like non english ones?

No. 109376

>>109373
unbreakable kimmy schmidt?

No. 109383

>>109373
Have you watched What We Do In The Shadows?

No. 109418

>>109373
Community

No. 109426

>>109383
Seconding this

No. 109447

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I've been seeing this show called 'Adult material' advertised quite a bit. What are people's thoughts on it? It seems to be like another 'sex wurk is real wurk!!!' shows that ignore the sexual exploitation of the porn industry and ignores the poverty and child grooming that leads to women going into porn

No. 109449

>>109374
sorry anon, i meant I prefered english ones cause the ones I kept watching were in a foreign language

>>109376
>>109383
Thanks I'll check these out! they look really interesting!

>>109418
I finished all seasons of community…did they ever get a movie?

No. 109466

>>109449
If you haven't seen Parks & Recs yet you're in for a MASSIVE treat

No. 109493

>>106707
>YWN HAVE VILLANELLE GF
WHY LIVE WTF

No. 109511

>>109447
I literally thought this was Margo from The Magicians lol

No. 109514

>>109511
NAYRT but same, and I'm literally watching The Magicians right now. I only stopped ITT bc I said out loud "is that Margo?"?

No. 110131

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They cancelled the final season of GLOW after it had already been renewed. I'm so mad!!

No. 110244

>>110131
Wtf? This show was so good with characters that felt like real women. Really disappointed to hear this.

No. 110247

>>110131
This is so disappointing, one of my favorite Netflix shows. Like other anon said, a lot of amazing female characters, it was both fun and emotional, I'll miss it

No. 110262

>>110131
WE CAN'T HAVE ANYTHING NICE

No. 111289

>>31983
I dunno what it is, but I'm really just…not digging The Haunting of Bly Manor as much as I'd hoped I would. I watched The Haunting of Hill House like five times over and I loved every second of it, but I find myself getting bored easily with Bly and struggling to get through each episode. None of the characters really grab me, nor do the relationships between them - hell, even the spooky shit just seems bland this time around.

Idk if any other anons here have watched it at all, but I'd be interested to know if anyone feels the same or if I'm just retarded and don't know how to enjoy things anymore lmao.

No. 111300

>>111289
I haven't watched it yet (my friend and I are going to do it together once we're both free) but from what I've heard people find it kind of confusing and not scary at all. I don't think you're alone anon. I'm trying to stay positive, but I've already seen a lot of criticism so I have a feeling that I'll be disappointed.

No. 111319

Started watching Emily in Paris and I know it's supposed to be cheesy and unrealistic but still, so many people in France talking English, it's crossing the boundaries of reasonable suspense of disbelief.
Also she's a social media specialist and in the beginning she is shown to have only 50 followers on her own, come on, what boomer wrote this show.
All that whining but I'll probably binge it all tho

No. 111329

Bly Manor is lit

No. 111331

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I liked pen15 at first but the masturbating episode was tedious and gross. Oh great another minute long zoom in of this fucking face to wild safari music. Coomer bitch

No. 111335

>>111329

I watched the first episode and thought it sucked on literally every level tbh. Does it just get off to a bad start? I liked Hill House though I thought it started off really strong and got worse as it progressed. Too many cringy monologues

No. 111337

>>31983
I loved Broad City and audibly lol'd with every episode. The one where they talk about the moyel bothered me but then there was an episode where they were justifying seeing kids as attractive as long as you see them in the eyes of past kid self and that was the nail in the coffin.
I want to find something that I can laugh at like this show, but I can't deal with content like that.

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>>111331
I haven't watched pen15, and have only watched the trailer, it looked like the female-equivalent of the good boys with it's 'omg they're barely pubescent girls and they're masturbating and doing sexual things!!! Look how edgy we are' low-quality, bottom of the barrel 'adult' humor. That paired with the fact I don't think I can really relate to the subject matter that much made me think it was going to be bad or not for me, but since a few anons here are saying that it's good, I might give it a chance- what about pen15 makes it good?

No. 111387

>>111331
>>111338
I actually really liked those episodes since they resonated with me. Actually, the entirety of PEN15 captures my middle school experience in such an authentic and funny (if lowbrow) way that I just can’t help but love the show. It helps, of course, that I’m only around 5 or 6 years younger than the writers/actresses, so we’re generationally very close.
I was a chronic masturbator as a preteen, and like many or even most women, I was raised in an environment where women’s bodies and sexualities were unspoken at best and weird and shameful at worst. I didn’t understand the lizard brain shit going in my skull directing me to endlessly masturbate upon the discovery of the feel good button between my legs, and absolutely no adult was going to educate me on what was happening in a nonjudgmental way. Jungle music may as well have been playing in my head because it was really such an animalistic urge, and I was probably just as unsexy and slack jawed as Maya when I did it.
I really liked the article posted on Bustle talking about the episode: https://www.bustle.com/p/the-pen15-masturbation-scenes-are-some-of-the-frankest-depictions-of-female-puberty-on-tv-15936526

No. 111401

>>111387
The episode was relatable to me as well, even the grandpa watching her (it was jesus for me). maybe that's why I feel kinda dirty watching it at all. Perhaps I expected this to be a light comedy and it hit too close to home lol. I feel ashamed of how much of a monkey I was back then.

No. 111425

>>111289
I liked Owen, Hannah, and Jamie a lot. The show was disappointing to me as well, even though I actually enjoy family drama a lot. I was expecting more spooks which I'm definitely underwhelmed by but even the family drama was lame. By the second half/last third of the season things just turned into endless exposition and backstory that was not revealed in an interesting way. What began as a fun, almost whodunnit-adjacent mystery (for instance, noticing Hannah doesn't eat starting from the first episode and keep noticing she does not, thinking is she anachan or dead or what) that eventually just turned into entire episodes completely spelling out every detail. I think they should have let Dani solve the mystery of the backstory instead of telling the audience all of it via so many flashbacks. Part of me thinks there is a version of the script that actually does this, but was deemed too subtle for a general audience, as execs often think audiences are stupid af.

That being said I was not completely enthralled by Hill House either. I liked it but I wasn't obsessed. I would rate the funeral episode 10/10, however.

Also enjoyed seeing lesbians on screen, I know it's naive of me to be so easily impressed by muh representation but Dani's sitaution with her ex hit close to home for me as a closetcase

No. 111427

>>111331
I wish my tween experience was that wholesome tbh. When youngins first discover masturbation, we do get excessive lol
I wish I masturbated to Zac Efron or sand dunes. Getting groomed into coomerhood by the Internet sucked. >>111329
On episode 3, it’s …okay so far. Will report back.

No. 111429

>>111427
>>111401
>>111387
i can't relate to this shit at all

No. 111583

>>111427
So yeah Haunting of Bly Manor was very room temp and unsatisfying. It is like >>111425 said, not enough spooks, the ghosts are so goofy tbh lol, extremely “tell, don’t show“ .

No. 111597

I binged all of Unbelievable yesterday and I can’t stop thinking about it. I think it was really good, one of the best Netflix shows i’ve ever seen. I loooooved the characters a lot (especially Marie) even if it was kind of distracting to see the autist from Nurse Jackie as a super serious detective lol.

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Has anyone been watching Lovecraft Country? I've been enjoying it but Episode 8 pissed me off. The fact everyone except for like Montrose basically ignored Dee. Like, a young girl goes kinda missing while racial tensions are especially high, and everyone gets sidetracked while looking for her. Atticus also acted like a huge asshole to Ji-ah. I don't get how he can be mad at her and tell her their love wasn't real after he called her twice. I just hope Hippolyta comes back rant over

No. 111613

>>111601
Haven’t watched it yet, but my coworker keeps recommending this to me. Guess it’s time for me to use that HBO free trial

No. 111669

>>111601
is it a sjw type of show or no? the trailer made me consider the possibility

No. 111681

>>111669
It's a show set in the 1950s America with a mostly black cast, if that's what you consider a "SJW" show. One of the main characters is gay, but it doesn't feel pandery to me. I feel like it's just to show the homophobia during that time period. If you're not interested in shows that talk about race, then I wouldn't recommend this one.

No. 111690

>>111669
I watched it. The answer is yes. It has heavy emphasis on the race issues (90% of the show). Lovecraft’s name is really only tangential, it being more witchcrafty then Lovecraftian. It comes of as unsubtle about its exploration of the racism in the 50s, and at points seems more revenge fantasy. There was also a rape scene that was sort of presented as revenge which grossed me out.

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>>111690
is glow a good show? should i check it out?

No. 111693

>>111690
>There was also a rape scene that was sort of presented as revenge which grossed me out.
Tbh the dude deserved it. He was trying to rape that lady at the club Ruby/Harriet was at. I wasn't revenge for being white, just revenge for trying to rape another black woman

No. 111695

>>111692
it's amazing and you certainly should. fun, emotional, makes you invested easily; entire cast is great!

No. 111697

>>111692
I loved this show, super engaging with realistic and well-rounded female characters, but just in case you weren’t aware the last season got cancelled before they were able to finish it due to COVID and costs. I do think it’s worth watching anyway, as the existing seasons are really fun and it still “ends” in a fairly satisfying place.

No. 111699

>>111601
>>111669
>>111681
Does this show have a plot or nah

No. 111712

>>111692
I'm interested in this show but I hate Alison Brie, how annoying is she in GLOW? How often does she bust out her tremulous eMoTiOnAl voice?

No. 111714

>>111712
I haven't seen anything else she's in but she is one of the two main characters and lacks any self esteem at the start, so she is very emotional and sobs. A lot. Seems that might be her shtick? The most I can say is that it fits her character. She kind of remains a sadsack for a good part of the show but there is growth over time. If that's annoying for you then you may want to give it a skip. I can say though that the other lead, Betty Gilpin, is really cool and a nice contrast to her whining. She struggles with her own problems but in general is more competent, self aware and strong.

No. 111738

>>111712
Yes but her character is supposed to be a pathetic woobie so it fits.

No. 112443

I'm really not feeling Bly Manor. I've made it to episode 5 and I already feel like each episode is a chore to watch

No. 112444

>>112443
I liked it, but there wasn't enough spooky shit for me. Are you there for spook or?

No. 112447

>>112444
I don't necessarily mind less spooks, I just find the characters boring. So far they've all just kind of sat around in the house eating dinner and telling each other about their boring past

No. 112533

Anyone have any recommendations for something along the lines of Modern Family? Something funny and sweet about family? I know the show isn't the greatest but it was a comfy time waster. Anything without a lot of drama or tragedy.

No. 112536

>>112533
have you seen better things on fx?

No. 112537

>>112536
No, but I do like Pamela Adlon. I'll check it out! Thank youuuuu anon.

No. 112539

>>112537
it’s so good but i lowkey cried on multiple episodes because it tugs at the heartstrings sometimes

No. 112540

What are people watching for spooky season? I'm revisitng "I am not okay with this", but I'm so disappointed that there won't be a second season

No. 112578

>>112540
Finished the haunting of bly manor and started the third day, first one was just mainly spooky sad, the latter a fever dreamy spooky. Imagine if midsommar was good, that's third day vibes.

No. 112705

What shows are you guys currently watching? And how would you rate them?

No. 112713

>>112705
I just binged To The Lake on Netflix
it's in Russian but if you can look past that I think its worth a watch. It keeps you on your toes, and it was really interesting to see how another culture views a traditionally dysfunctional relationship (with a backdrop of a zombie-like pandemic). If you end up watching it, let me know what you think.

No. 112730

>>112705
Right now I’m watching the classics!! x-files (I’ll finish it someday!), Gilmore girls (good if you want something lighthearted and woman-written), the sopranos (best drama hands down even if I feel like a dad when I watch it) and king of the hill (fave adult animation).

No. 112741

>>112713
NTA but I just watched the first episode of this after I saw your post. I enjoyed it a lot! Characters first, zombies second is my fav type of zombie media. Plus I can't say I've watched a lot of Russian tv in my day so that's cool too.

No. 112766

>>112705
I'm watching The Good Place for the first time. I'm somewhere in the middle of the 2nd season. I enjoy it, but don't love it yet. Seen people really tear up at the series finale so I hope that I will share those feelings.

No. 112826

>>112741
Exactly anon! I hope you enjoy it, its pretty interesting

No. 113103

Any recommendations for cozy, autumn/halloween themed tv shows? I just rewatched over the garden wall, I need something seasonally relevant to watch for when I'm winding down

No. 113110

>>112826
Just finished it, thanks again for the recommendation. So many complicated characters and relationships! The set up for season 2 looks like it could be interesting too.

No. 113113

>>112705
Just started Queens Gambit last night and I can't believe how good it is, im only 3 episodes in but i'd give it 7-8/10

No. 113119

>>113113
It's great til the end, I got hooked and binged it in one day.

I particularly loved the fashion in it.

No. 113144

>>112705
>>113103
Rewatching Buffy and Angel as we speak. No regrets

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>>113113
>>113119

Oh shit I came to post about The Queen's Gambit.
Literally watching episode 1 right now, everything about it so far appeals to me! maybe it's the dark academia thing kek
Can't wait to binge it.

No. 113381

>>113113
So good! It felt like a long movie to me if that makes sense. The main actress is so striking that I enjoyed watching her do anything and the girl who played her younger self was so well cast.

No. 113382

>>113113
>>113119
>>113344
>>113381
This is the first I've heard of it and it sounds interesting as hell. In all of Netflix's increasingly shitty suggestions, Queen's Gambit never came up once.

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Lmao Harry from Queen's Gambit is Dudley Dursley. How did I know see it????

No. 113613

>>113609
He looks good tbh, joining Neville in the canonically ugly HP character glow up gang.

No. 113615

>>113613
He has a bit more head than face, but I absolutely would

No. 113616

>>113344
Adding to everyone saying to watch this show. I can’t quite explain why it was so entrancing to watch but I definitely sat and binged it like it was one long, really well-made movie. The main actress was gorgeous to watch, too. All the characters had really interesting looks to them.

No. 113623

>>113609
Kek he aged how I thought he would but I think he blossomed fine as an actor. He was my favorite part of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.

No. 113626

Not sure If I should post here BC it's a cartoon but all my friends were recommending me blood of Zeus but I found it so boring and I could feel exactly were the plot points were going. Castlevania was better imo

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>>113609
>farmers find this attractive

No. 113661

>>111699
Basically
>White people are the real monsters
>Also every black female character is mixed or light skinned while the men are just black

No. 113663

>>113661
>Also every black female character is mixed or light skinned while the men are just black
Leti is the only light skin woman? Ruby, Hippolyta, Diana and Dora all have darkskin.

No. 113675

>>113661
>>White people are the real monsters
So glad I haven't watched this then. I don't need more bullshit about USA's racial issues in my life. As an eurofag, it's completely irrelevant to me.
>>Also every black female character is mixed or light skinned while the men are just black
Ok so I don't know if this is true or not in case of this particular tv series but why does this trend exist? Once you see it once, you cannot stop seeing it every fucking where.

No. 113676

>>113675
Look up colorism it's a big issue in the black community, black men sorta have their own self hatred issues

No. 113684

>>113635
Is the quarentine. The girls atẹ thirsty

No. 113710

>>113676
interesting how colorism only affects men. Or are there not enough black women involved with movies for us to see dark cuties with light-skinned husbands/boyfriends?
Really sad either way.

No. 113775

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Currently watching pic related, I'm loving it way more than expected and already I expected to like it because it's made by the same dude who made Scrubs and Cougar Town. It's so wholesome and good natured, highly recommend to anons who wanna watch something funny and comfy.

No. 113788

>>113635
Right? He's a below average looking inbred thing, the bar is so low for men

No. 113810

>>113775
I know nothing about this but it looks like a show about Ned Flanders kek

No. 113811

>>113609
He was in The Old Guard too. Was really good 10/10 wanted to beat him up to a pulp.

No. 113823

>>113810
That's actually very accurate, he acts like Ned too but without the religion

No. 113851

Has anybody been watching barbarians on Netflix?

No. 113863

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>>113344
Joining the Queen's Gambit recommendations! I particularly love about the story that it's about a girl in an extremely male oriented space but the show doesn't show it as some kind of particular hardship; I'm sure many showrunners wouldn't be able to resist going for the drama of her being abused / degraded by the men in some way since it would be "realistic"; here, even though some people make comments on how it's uncommon, she is respected and supported by her opponents and I just love it.

No. 113937

>>113851
I haven't started, but I added it to my list ages ago (before it officially came out.) Is it any good? Should I go ahead and start it?

No. 113942

>>113937
it was entertaining! i read that it's largely historically accurate which made it even more interesting to me. there is a bit of eye candy too which doesn't hurt. i'd like to know what you think if you check it out

No. 114057

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My aunt was watching The Good Doctor and I couldn't believe how cringey it is. The lead character is portrayed as a genius with near superhuman intellect and memory, but also ~totes awkward~ because autism. I hate how autistic people are always portrayed as genius savants with the social awareness of a whiny toddler.

I know it's TV and nothing is too realistic, but this particular stereotype is so annoying to me. Has anyone watched a show with a more realistic portrayal of autism?

No. 114076

>>114057
God I fucking hate this new type of male (autistic, uggo) propaganda on tv. Raises these losers self esteem to inappropriate levels.

No. 114087

>>114057
The original kdrama is somewhat better, I think. But I'm probably just being a Koreaboo.

No. 114093

>>113863
The whole time I was waiting for the shoe to drop… Why are people creaming themselves over Benny though, that dude crusty af. The sex god bit made me gag a little, feels like author basement dweller self-insert.

No. 114100

>>114057
You can always tell when writers have never personally known someone with autism because they always default to making every autistic character Rain Man, i.e., genius who acts like a toddler. Less than one percent of people on the spectrum are savants, and also the criteria for savant syndrome is vague and retarded. I think it's really suspicious that apparently males with autism happen to be five times as likely to be "savants" as women with autism. Literally makes no goddamn sense.

No. 114107

>>114057
Anon, I have 0 experience with autism but I thought that the representation of severe autism and trauma in Psycho But It's Okay (a Netflix KDrama) seemed really good and on point. Maybe I'm biased because I loved that show but the older brother has severe autism and suffers a pretty awful trauma when he's 18 which leads his younger brother to do everything to take care of him. Another main character clearly seems to suffers from dissociation (I honestly thought she had BPD) but a diagnosis is never clearly given in her case.

No. 114121

>>114100
It also annoys me because the normies who watch network television think it's at least a somewhat realistic portrayal of autism. My aunt was saying how autistic people are so smart because they can "zone in" on important details and hyperfocus (she means very well but also thinks Grey's Anatomy is realistic). People are less likely to recognize the signs of autism when all they they see are Rain Man-type characters on TV. And yes, I know it's not TV's job to educate people, but autism is already pretty misunderstood and it sucks to see these ridiculous stereotypes as the only representation.

>>114107
I actually really wanted to watch this already since I just finished Crash Landing on You and wanted another K-drama, thanks for the recommendation anon.

No. 114168

Can you anons recommend me a tv show to make me laugh and distract me from how shit my life is lol (something like new girl, for example. I've already seen the most famous ones and it's fine if it's not entirely comedy) thank you in advance if someone actually answers

No. 114170

>>114168
I've been watching Teenage Bounty Hunters and Good Girls and Santa Clarita Diet when I'm down. They're action and goofy but not so gripping that I get stressed out.

No. 114220

>>114168
Have you seen Cougar Town? Don't let the name put you off, they even poke fun at it in later seasons.

No. 114223

>>114220
Same anon - Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23 is better than its names suggests too.

No. 114224

>>114220
Cougar Town is super funny and wholesome, I've been comfort watching it lately.

No. 114225

>>114168
If you haven't watched Arrested Development, it's very funny and has great rewatch value. Lots of subtle jokes and an overarching plotline.

No. 114228

>>114225
Seconding Arrested Development. It's one of the best tv shows of all time.

No. 114239

Does anyone still watch Supernatural? Apparently one of the pairings supposedly became canon.

No. 114242

>>114239
I'll watch the episode today but I still don't see how the show was "queerbaiting" in any way. There's 0 sexual tension between Dean and Cas so, yea.

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>>114239
I haven't watched the ep yet but from what I've read it was a one sided confession and intentionally ambiguous, not actually canon gay. Glad I never got invested in them kek.

The Destiel/Putin/election memes and the jokes about the confession being homophobic are fucking sending me though, it's been hilarious and worth totally spoiling the episode.

No. 114266

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>>114243
I dont care for SPN anymore but since I was a big destiel shipper back in the golden tumblr years i watched just the scene and it's so weird and uncomfortable, Castiel legit looks like this cat; i feel like even in the peak shows popularity people would laugh at it. Tumblr memes for the last few hours though are giving me life tho, really feels like 2012 again.

>>114242
With queerbaiting it was like in JohnLock case, if you're not a big shipper you could look past it; and if I remember correctly a lot of baiting happened behind the scenes in the interviews and interactions between creators and fans.

No. 114268

>>114243
Putin resignation news were so stupid. There were no news about him leaving from russian sources, and everyone decided to believe some UK website that had only
> Moscow sources
> Supposedly his lover of whom we never heard
And people on Twitter believed it.
Later then it turned out to be an obvious bs, but I can't believe it how people trust everything in media.

No. 114371

>>114057
Bron/Broen

No. 114965

I just finished watching umbrella academy season 1 and i really enjoyed it. Im currently watching season 2 and i also watched an episode of Queens gambit. Not to be rude but the male tranny is very obvious to clock, first episode in and when he started to talk i was for sure. A weird casting choice since from what i understand he is supposed to play an biological women. If they wanted to have a trans actor that badly they probably should have chosen someone who would pass more.

No. 114966

>>114266
Well it doesn't help the fans have been harassing Jenson about it since Castiel came onto the scene.Can't imagine he was really down for the thing rabid fans were shoving in his face every appearance possible. Especially after crazies tried canceling him for saying he wasn't down for it at a con after multiple fans kept asking.

No. 114967

>>114965
Even my clueless bf immediately went “was that a man??”. Lol it’s just so out of the realm of the historical accuracy that I’m 100% sure it’s exclusively for brownie points. Couldn’t have looked and sounded more like the classic middle aged TiM.

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>>106917
Raised By Wolves is a great show, extremely underrated and unknown imo. I don't think someone would even have to be into sci-fi to enjoy it, it's almost Mad Max-ish in the post apocalyptic setting but instead of road warriors you have space Templars and killer androids. Started watching it recently and am a little over halfway through. It's surprisingly original in a time where it seems like everything is a gritty remake or blatant rip of some other, pre-existing IP. The world feels like it has actual depth, and while the religion vs. science debate isn't new, I appreciate that the writers aren't ham-fisted and show good and bad on both sides. It quietly explores the philosophical themes without feeling pretentious, letting them take a backseat to character development.

Mother and Father are my favorite characters, they're perfect complements to one another. The actors do a fantastic job of creating empathy while expressing just the right amount of inhumanity. Tempest is cool, and it's interesting to follow Marcus and Sue, seeing how they're struggling to adapt to their new reality. Quality is really high and while a good amount of effects are used it never feels cheap or distracting. I hope there's a season 2, I worry about shows that actually take chances and require viewers to think.

No. 115322

>>114965
>>114966
Which character was that?

No. 115426

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I started Umbrella Academy to watch something while I was eating and fell in love with it. I'd never liked "superhero" type shows before, but this one really got me hooked. Anyone else excited for the third season?

No. 115441

>>115426
Yes im so excited! I finished season 2 yesterday and im so curious what will happen in season 3. And yeah i also dont really like super hero shows but this one is so good. Probably because it also focus more on the characters and the shit they went and are currently going through.

No. 115442

Anons any recs for a drama show set about a boarding school, set on some kind of fancy estate or manor, ideally with a female focused cast. Something not modern though, like early 20th century. Basically Jane Eyre vibes, there must be a show like this?

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>>115442
Have you watched Penny Dreadful? It's not centered around a boarding school but it is definitely gothic, involves scenes in manors and has several great female characters, especially Vanessa (Eva Green) and Lily (Billie Piper). It suffers from an abrupt ending because it unfortunately got cancelled, but before that it was spot on in creating that Gothic horror vibe.

I have not watched it, but I've also heard good things about The Living and the Dead. It's about a young couple that inherits a farm but strange supernatural activity starts threatening them. It's filmed around Horton Court, a 16th-century manor house in Gloucestershire.

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>>115489
Oh, I'd also like to add Alias Grace. It's based on a novel by Atwood set in mid-19th century Canada. The lead character has been accused of the murder of her former master, but she supposedly has no memory of the day it happened, so a psychiatrist is brought in to work with her. The story is centered around the heroine's life and while it's not gothic, there are flashbacks to asylums and a building intensity since it's a murder mystery. Still, a period piece and quite feminist.

No. 115506

>>115489
>>115490
I’ve seen none of these, thank you v much for your suggestions, I’ll check them out!

No. 115679

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I've been watching Absolutely Fabulous lately and boy do I dig it. I know it's over the top and gaudy and stupid at times but it truly is the self aware woman-centered comedy I was unknowingly waiting for.

>>114168
It might be the type of think you're looking for if you haven't seen it already!

No. 115681

>>115679
I grew up watching Ab Fab with my mom! I'll never forget those memories. I was younger and barely got a lot of the jokes, but Patsy was my favorite mess of that show. The dynamic between the two leading women were great.

No. 115682

>>115679
Ab Fab is amazing. I like that the plot is almost the opposite of Sex in the City. The focus isn't finding men or love, just their crazy diet and fashion antics. The only person in the show who settles down is considered crazy.

No. 115730

I just started watching Bee and Puppycat for the first time. I saw other anons mention it before but never looked into it until recently. It's perfect for when I'm winding down before bedtime because it's so ambient and surreal. I really love the sci fi elements combined with the wholesome atmosphere of the show, it makes me smile a lot. Any recommendations for similar cartoons aimed at young women?

No. 115737

>>115730
Unironically the She-Ra reboot. It takes a while to start up but it's worth it.

No. 115747

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I recently watched Girl from Nowhere. It's about a girl that goes through schools exposing secrets. I liked it especially when she willingly got into a relationship with a teacher just to expose him for being a pedo.

No. 115910

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Haven't watched any of the previous seasons of The Crown but the current one is so good. It's crazy how much Emma Corrin can look like Diana at times. And I have a huge crush on Josh O'Connor.

No. 115911

>>115747
I havr finished the show and It's very good

No. 115936

>>115747
I fookin love this show glad theyre doing a S2. Chicha said Nanno is like some kinda demon, like Satan's daughter which is based

No. 115965

>>115747

I have watched this show over and over again, I can’t get enough of it lmao.
The girl that plays Nanno gives me the chills

No. 115997

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>>115910
just binged s4 and it's actually pretty good, emma corrin as diana was great, josh o'connor manakes to make charles bith insufferable and pitiable, and gilian anderson's performance as thatcher honestly blew me away.

if you like josh you should definitely watch season 3, he has some great moments there

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>>115997
Yeah I had started season 1 when it originally came out but I couldn't get into it, going to start from the beginning now. I read that Dominic West will be playing Charles on the next 2 seasons which will be… interesting.
Also I loved Emerald Fennell as Camilla, such great styling

No. 116085

>>115910
what?! You should totally watch the previous seasons! It gives context to Charles' upbringing and how fucked up the royal family really is.

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anyone here watched all of Scream Queens and can tell me if season 2 is worth watching (without spoiling?) I really enjoyed the first season even if I had to suspend my disbelief the whole time. The plot and characters are completely absurd but it still did a great job at keeping me guessing and maintaining my attention. I just can't see where the story would possibly go beyond season 1 and I know it got cancelled so I don't want to commit to something that goes nowhere.

No. 116099

>>116098
Season 2 is trash but go for it.

No. 116100

>>116098
Whole point of Scream Queens is being absurd and having you suspend your disbelief. Season 2 is not as good as 1 but still really fun to watch so I recommend

No. 116703

The queen's gambit sucks big time and I hate myself for wasting time on that pile of shit.

No. 116863

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Highly recommend The Hockey Girls on Netflix! It's a Catalan language teen drama about a girls hockey team. It kind of reminds me at times of Skins UK because it's more of an edgy european drama with a good amount of sex and drugs. I LOOOOVE all the girls on the team they're all very different types of girls with their own compelling storylines and problems outside of the team. It can get a little ~girl boss~y at times and cheesy but I really like it. There are some important topics it addresses like abortion and there's a fantastic episode about losing your virginity and how it is NOT a magical experience and can actually be traumatizing when youre not ready. I really love this show I could go on forever.

No. 116864

>>116703
I have it on my watch list but haven't started it yet I'm debating..
What made it so bad?

No. 116873

>>116864
It's not bat at all. It has a nice storyline, good acting and amazing cinematography and setting. I personally found it a little bit dense and that some very interesting and relevant themes weren't touched as I'd like but it was very entertaining

No. 117314

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Wow the finale was…really not good. I understand it was a hard series to flesh out an ending for, but the decisions don't quite agree. It didn't really evoke an emotional reaction from me, maybe because the characters acted like their scripts towards the end and not like actual people. Season 3 and 4 was a lot of padding and the writers tripping over themselves for a resolution.

You have to believe in major premises for season 4 to work:
>All humans are proven redeemable because they got a narccistic white male to apologize to someone he was an asshole to, completely glossing over other issues that would make arguments that someone is redeemable harder like being a rapist, sociopath, or murderer.
>In the perfect afterlife where anyone can be redeemed, your eternal soul will become over-fulfilled to the point of wanting out of a place of everlasting happiness if you so choose.
>Being fulfilled and bored with it means you will become a "mushbrain" and regress into a forgetful afterlife idiot equivalent.
>The only solution to the aforementioned issues is an afterlife-euthenasia-doorway that promises to yeet your eternal self into non-existence when you've had enough.
It was pretty soft imo.

No. 117475

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Just found out Sandman is getting a TV series. My inner teenager is screaming so loudly

No. 117478

>>117314
Is it even worth it to watch this show if what motivated me was the ending supposedly being really touching? I find it fine, but I'm somewhere in the middle of the second season and IDK. I'm not that much into comedies…

No. 117550

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I'm only on episode 6 of orange is the new black but so far I'm loving it! Hope Piper stops being a little bitch tho, she's kind of an asshole sometimes. That's probably the point but if I have to watch Piper make the offended open mouth face ever again I'm gonna lose it.

No. 117552

>>117550
Oh honey

No. 117564

>>117550
She doesn't know…

OITNB sucks ass, it's a show for straight dudes who get off lesbians and enjoy a little bit of action and a waste of time

No. 117569

>>117564
Hot take. Yeah it's not the best but I know a lot of women who enjoy this show.

No. 117572

is euphoria actually good? it seems really fake deep and i'm kind of unsure how i feel about the fact that there's at least some sexual male aggression (which always makes me uncomfortable). at the very least, is it easy to watch without a HBO subscription? if i can find it for free somewhere then i'll probs give an episode a go

No. 117573

>>117572
It is fake deep. The thing that annoyed me the most was the tumblr girl getting so empowered by camming
You think there might come some social commentary or whatever but it never happens. Also that troon is very annoying

No. 117575

>>117573
There are some sprinkles of social commentary (I vaguely remember a scene where a guy is too rough with a girl during their first time having sex and the voiceover talks about how most teen's first exposure to sex is through mainstream violent pornography) but its always just kind of vaguely shoved in around all the American Skins bullshit.

No. 117579

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Just finished Godless on Netflix and I loved it. It was made by Scott Frank who also worked on The Queen Gambit. Gorgeous sceneries, beautiful soundtrack, great actors. It's a quick watch (only 7 episodes) and really well-written

No. 117617

Any shows with powerful/kick ass women where it doesn't show them dealing with men's bullshit? No "yeah she's powerful so let's put her in an uncomfy situation to show that she's powerful!1". Just give me a power fantasy show where men don't even try any bullshit.

No. 118122

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Currently halfway through watching Selena The Series and I like it! There's a lot of people going after it after not even watching a full episode and claiming to be a super fan, but you quickly notice they bring up the same 3 talking points on why it's bad (the wigs, being too light skinned/not native looking enough, and the production quality) Honestly, I don't care. The movie is not even 2 hours, the series is 6 hours, of course it ain't gonna be up to par.
Anyways, the family worked closely on this series so IDK what else people want.

I think they portray Selena really accurately in the 80s scenes. I like the equal focus on the siblings. Suzi deserves more solo moments! I haven't got to any Chris Perez parts, but I think they are about to introduce him so I can't wait to see what's in store.
Anyone else watching or finished watching?

No. 118182

>>117617
Wow I can't think of one that's not an cartoon magical girl show..kinda bleak how often women's narratives are defined by trauma

No. 118194

>>117617
Sorry I can't think of any shows entirely devoid of this, but you might want to check out Glow? While the women do deal with the obvious sexism of people not taking women's wrestling seriously, and there are occasional guy issues in their personal lives, I would say it's equally about them growing as individuals and being true to themselves.

No. 118501

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I rarely see any girl cartoons with any slapstick humour so I might as well recommend watching this
It's fun and wacky and it's filled with magical mischief,I like the art style plus despite being a 12 year old half witch,Sabrina is way more mature and understanding than Luz from the Owl House would ever be.this show is based on the comics it's nothing like the live action show but it's worth watching especially when you're bored.

No. 118504

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Does anyone know nice shows about fashion or shows that have stylish characters? Eg I liked Scream Queens for their aesthetic.

No. 118537

>>118122
>IDK what else people want

More Selena and less family. It's never going to happen obviously.

No. 118634

I really dislike the haunting of hill house. I dont want to shit on people who enjoy the show but this was so fucking boring. The only think i liked was the house itself but the characters and writing was so boring imo. Sometimes characters would just speak to the camera for 4 minutes long? The episodes felt so slow and it didn't have much horror elements in it either. Don't get me wrong its not the worse serie i have ever seen but i just didnt think it was as good as people make it out to be.

No. 118786

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I wish Succession was back already

No. 118801

>>83760
marathoned the first series of the last two days and I love it. the revelation that she was the one who slept with boo's boyfriend knocked me for six, guess I should've seen it coming. kind of disappointed they only made two seasons cause I know I'll be done with this show by the weekend.
>>83769
>Sometimes people don’t want to be inspired to be amazing, I want to feel allowed to be mediocre and petty. So the main character being a mess up and a loser was kinda empowering in a way

I agree and it's such a breath of fresh air

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>>115426
I can't wait for the third season. this show is my feel good show and I'm already missing the characters even though I only finished season 2 last week.

>>115441
I'm super curious about what will happen too, like who the fuck are the sparrow academy and their dad is an alien? also are we gonna see anything more with sissy's kid since he seemed to still have some of vanya's powers. I just need to know what happens next. I don't think they've even filmed it yet so it could be a while.

No. 118819

Has anybody watched Grand Army? Thoughts?

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>>118501
Unpopular opinion: I kind of dislike Luz. I understand it's a Disney Show™ and obviously a kid's cartoon, but they made her to be so quirky and "random!!!" (she's also kind of gross sometimes ngl). I don't know why Disney has to make all the girl protagonists of their animated shows exactly the same (see: Star from SvTFoE).

No. 118827

>>118822
Nta, what really bothers me is that type of smile, she looks like a monkey, it’s the type of smile the “rascal” insufferable kind of characters have.

No. 118828

>>118827
The StoneToss mouth!

No. 118829

>>118822
Samefag,I share the same opinion too but I hate her,Luz could have been like Sabrina but no they had to make Luz insufferably annoying instead.makes no sense considering Sabrina is literally 12 years old yet she is more mature and more responsible than Luz herself.

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>>118828
KEK I love this.

No. 118832

>>118822
Idk about the show, but I think this character design is really cute. I understand why someone might not find it appealing though

No. 118833

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Has anyone watched the Wilds? I just started it after a recommendation from a friend and I'm really liking it so far.

>>118504
I thought the Politician on netflix had good fashion. It was also produced by the same guy as Scream Queens, Ryan Murphy. Most of the seasons of AHS have some fashion moments too.

No. 118839

>>118786
I've been rewatching it since I heard s3 was coming, it's even funnier the second time around.

Also posting this iconic work of art.

No. 118846

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Started watching The Great recently - a historical (sometimes accurate) comedy drama about Catherine The Great and I simply love it. The clothes, the setting, the acting, the humour…chefs kiss.
Highly recommend it if anyone is looking for something new to watch.

No. 118869

>>118846
Oh man, I'm really excited for season two. Binged this a few months ago and for some reason, Peter felt a bit endearing towards the end? Even though he was obviously a terrible person.

No. 118870

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Anyone seen Utopia? I've heard a lot of good things about it and I think I might binge watch it this weekend.

No. 118876

>>118504
Ratched and The Queen's Gambit have excellent styling

No. 118893

>>118869
NTA but agreed on all accounts. I was surprised by how much I reluctantly liked Peter by the end, Nick Hoult did a great job playing him.

Anyway I felt really cockblocked by s1 because I didn't realise it was gonna have multiple seasons, I kept waiting for Catherine to really become great but hopefully she gets her big power come up in s2.

No. 118901

>>118870
Amazing in every way, story, cinematography, atmosphere, you're in for a treat anon!

No. 118938

>>118870
Extremely good show, for any anons also consider ensure you watch the original UK version and not the US remake.

>>118869 totally with you, even when he’s being comically evil he’s very entertaining to watch.

No. 119355

>>118833
Just finished it. It was a nice binge. I thought the dialogue and acting was cringy at first but overall it got better, I didn't like any of them but they got more likable as the story progressed and it started to show their backstory. The fact that Gretchen used feminism and patriarchy to justify her deranged experiment of putting 8 teenage girls on a desert island to starve was annoying to see. I'm curious to see season 2 though

No. 119365

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I'm rewatching ANTM All Stars, guess I just want to trigger myself again by seeing Allison lose to not one, but two absolute messes (one who peed in a diaper on TV and one who got disqualified for being a prostitute) with not even 1% of her charm and appeal. This show is so infurating lmao.

I also looked Allison up, turns out she posts regularly on reddit about like… league of legends and real housewives lol. She's still cute too.

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Wanna talk about Gotham, I watched the show religiously, I participated fandom and I have a love sorta hate relationship with the show, I Just wanna talk about the First season though, its where most fans are split on
The first season is wierd in how less wierd it is compared to how the show would get to be, certain plot points and characters feel more at home with a show like the Sopranos then a DCshow and its fairly grounded(well as grounded as most police procedural cop shows are)

Like the most unbelievable things that happen in the first season are 1) A drug called Viper which gives people above average physical strength but kills them afterwards if they didn't keep using it and 2) A hypnotized serial killer that targets the wealthy and both these plot points could work in any CSI/criminal minds-esquce cop show, most of the season is about the rise of a child of an immigrant through the mob by backstabbing, deceiving and murdering all in his path and he just happens to be the Penguin, other then a slightly bent nose and a choice to wear suits first season Gotham penguin has nothing in common with any interpretations/adaptations of Penguin ever

Season 2 is where the insanity starts rising and by season 3 people are coming back from the dead, people have super strength and are bulletproof and everything is a like a live action edgy comic book

Most fans prefer the other seasons but I personally do find a charm in the first season in how its just a cop show set in Gotham and how rediculous Batman villains are adapted as gangsters with funny nicknames or serial killers, would have been interesting if they continued that path but I'm not complaining, I did like the show

No. 119419

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Has anyone else here been watching A Teacher? I'm really curious to hear thoughts from other people that have seen it. I personally like that it portrays grooming in a not-so-obvious way, because that's really how it is sometimes. I also appreciate that it doesn't totally demonize the teacher, as shitty as she is. I guess my only real complaint is the way the sex scenes were portrayed, like it was something erotic and exciting. Maybe in a way, to the characters, it is. Idk my feelings on some of this is complicated, being a victim of grooming myself, but it was an entertaining watch. 7/10 also sorry but it was stupid af how she told on herself to a coworker. How are you a teacher but not aware of mandated reporting. That part was stupid af

No. 119420

>>119365
Allison was robbed (twice.) Let's not forget. But Tyra banks is a massive, hypocritcal cow herself.

No. 119434

>>119365
at the very least she got more exposure via the show, and yeah tyra is a notoriously horrible person anyway. fuck her show

No. 119441

>>111331
>coomer bitch
It's been months but whenever I remember this i burst out laughing

No. 119442

>>119365
God, I was pissed when she lost to LISA of all people. Fuck, ANTM was garbage. Still salty about Jaslene winning too.

No. 119444

>>119442
Jaslene just because she reminded everyone of young Janice. It was the season that made me stop watching.

No. 119620

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Anyone else unironically enjoy Rick and Morty? I know some of the fans are cringey as hell, but I enjoy how creative the story is and I think it has great rewatch value.

No. 119621

>>119620
I love it. Fuck fandoms anyway

No. 119644

Anyone else on Bridgerton yet? I'm halfway through and while the main guy is super hot he's beginning to gross me out, he's just too much of a Regency era coomer. I enjoyed the quasi colorblind cast but then they are bringing racial politics into it after all and it just doesn't make sense?

No. 121087

>>118839
Ayrt and I had never seen this video before. Lmao I think this passes as actual content in the wait for season 3.

No. 121198

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>>118846
I finally got to watch this and it was amazing holy shit. The acting, the character arcs, the dark humor, the feminism! I was so proud of Catherine by the end and literally laughed and cried. Can't remember the last time a show has made me do that. Also I'm secretly rooting for Catherine x Orlo please let me have more hot nerdy count also he's based on Catherine's primary real world lover sooo!?

No. 121199

>>119620
I only remember finding this episode really funny. I agree that it has some good jokes and creative writing

No. 121219

>>121198
I always got the feeling that he might be gay, tbh..

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>>121219
You're probably right and I've heard quite a few fans assume the same but it would be refreshing to see a straight (male) character who's honestly just that innocent. The scenes where Catherine tried to "seduce" him and made him embarassed when she was demonstrating Velementov's perviness gave me life. I'm a simp for that combination of romantic naivety paired with career efficiency and I want to keep seeing him uncomfortable kek.

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>>121220
I definitely agree with you. And I also thought Orlo was cuter than the supposed to be playboy, great at sex character. His forehead fucking bothered me through the whole show. I really wish they would’ve chosen a different actor. I don’t stan “short kings” and he’s just straight ugly IMO.

No. 121345

>>121344
nta and blergh I hated that character. He had an annoying personality and his shortness and ugliness only made him more insufferable

No. 121350

>>119644
I would say the racial politics were pretty minimal actually but I agree that the in-story explanation for the diversity doesn’t really make sense. Like it would be better if they just didn’t try to explain it. Weirdly I saw some refinery29 article that was criticizing the show for not acknowledging race enough, but isn’t the whole point that it’s colorblind?

No. 121356

>>121344
>>121345
I’m glad y’all felt the same! I thought he was really obnoxious, the whole “I don’t plan for the future, I live my life in the moment” attitude just came across like an eat pray love middle-aged momism combined with an extra helping of irresponsible dickhead who can’t be assed to care about anyone else. Not to mention the tantrum he threw when he made all the “comics” on the printing press and furthered the gossip about Catherine banging a horse. Like oh I’m sorry, does my regularly scheduled marital rape hurt your feefees? Let’s make this about you, darling. Fucking manchild.

No. 121361

>>121356
Yeah, that was toxic af. I don't remember right now, but I feel like she made it known she didn't give a fuck about Peter? And surely Leo would've known that a royal marriage requires heirs at some point? That was just a really stupid plot point and I feel like the writer's could've written that scene with someone else doing the comic printing. Leo can still be drunk and salty minus the retaliation.

No. 121374

>>121344
God I hated this guy. Shit character, had nothing to offer but being 'the lover', nothing interesting about him, he had no relationships with any other characters, he was so cringy with his overly-flowery speeches… and we were meant to care about him when he did nothing but distract Catherine from her goals? Every time we got a scene about him and Catherine I was annoyed because literally every other character in this show is fantastic and we could be seeing them on screen instead of this manlet.

No. 121378

>>121344
He looks like someone tried to shrink Dan from Gossip Girl.

No. 122369

Is Alice in Borderland or Sweet Home any good? I see a lot of people talking about those shows lately.

No. 122387

>>121378
Speaking of Gossip Girl, if HBO's Gossip Girl is Euphoria 2.0 I will gag.

No. 122493

any similar shows to fleabag? best show i've seen in a long time

No. 122494

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>>122493
the second season was a masterpiece

No. 122572

>>122493
I don't think there's anything quite like fleabag unfortunately

>>122494
IA. I loved the dynamic between her and the priest

I'm so sad she decided to stop after two short seasons. I could've easily watched 10

No. 122573

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has anyone seen bbc's dracula? I just watched the first episode (seems like there's 3 episodes, each around an hour and a half long) and loved it

No. 122602

Can anyone recommend shows that are like What we do in the shadows or Supernatural?

Basically demons, angles, hell and all that shit but without love triangles and stuff like that. I ended up watching Lucifer but damn the whole romance stuff is boring to me.

No. 122604

The driverfags inspired me to try watching Girls to see what the fuss is about (conclusion: he's a butterface), and I'm surprised by how much I actually like it. I have such negative associations with Lena Dunham that I assumed it'd be shit, but in retrospect the only reason someone like her could get famous is if she made something at least decent. Though the nudity and gross sex stuff can get really obnoxious.

I just started s2 but I hear it gets shitty in later seasons, is that right?

No. 122606

>>122573
It gets a lot worse

No. 122609

>>122604
Season two starts out really rough. There's an artsy and charmless early episode about Hannah's one night stand with a character played by Patrick Wilson.
You'll know it when you watch it, just know it's not as long as it feels.

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>>122602
>angles
>without love triangles
Ask for circles then not angles! (I'll show myself out)

I'm going to recommend some supernatural/occult stuff in general since you included WWDitS and they're vamps not religious creatures. Hemlock Grove was good pulpy fun, with some genuinely nasty gore and one of the best werewolf transformation sequences. Penny Dreadful is also solid, there are some aspects of romance but it's pretty low-key and takes a backseat to the plot. Eva Green is great in it. The Magicians too, maybe? Again some romance but not overwhelming. Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell was high quality if you want something less heavy and violent.

No. 122626

>>122602
BBC's Merlin.
Yes, the relationship between Arthur and Guinevere drives the plot at times but the main protagonist doesn't really do romances aside from one episode and despite the one relationship it's not really a "romancey" show.

No. 122629

>>122626
Samefagging because I posted too early. It's a goofy, OTT show with cringe CGI but it doesn't take itself seriously at all and is pretty fun to watch if you haven't seen it and it hasn't been ruined for you by the cringe fandom in the late 2000s.

No. 122631

>>122619
>>122626
Thank you I will check it out!

No. 122656

Anyone else watching The Expanse?

The world is so interesting and the story hasn’t stopped being engaging from the start. The characters are great and everyone’s motivations are always so well written that the things that do don’t ever feel like they’re coming out of left field or feel like they’ve been forced to further plot.

I’ve never watched a show that literally had me on the edge of my seat gripping my face in anxiety over what’s going to happen or cried so much for a character like this.

If you’re into sci-fi and can handle the stress and binge watch it (most episodes end on cliff hangers), I highly recommend.

No. 122666

>>122573

I thought it was awful, but somehow my boyfriend and I couldn't stop watching it. There were some moments that were so bad they were funny but by the end I just thought why did I even bother. They made the same mistakes they did with Sherlock in the way the characters try to come off really intelligent and intimidating but it just comes out cringy.

No. 122668

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>>122656
I second that opinion! First two seasons were probably best sci-fi ever seen on TV, third was lacking a bit compared to them but it was necessary to lay out the stage for all the future events. So glad Amazon picked it up and saved from cancellation, ongoing season is excellent. My only wish is that they had more CGI money for these ships, design work is already fantastic, I guess this season they spent it all on episode 4 robot.

Also, special mention for the opening, I'll never skip it, it's so beautiful, both the song and the visuals; every shot is perfect with these compositions and typography. I'm in love.

No. 122676

>>122668
How the opening changes with the story is also a really nice touch.

This season has me absolutely waiting for the other shoe to drop. How could Marco be such an idiot? The inners are just going to come together and absolutely stomp the belters into oblivion and that he thinks he has the protomolecule is laughable, is it even on his ship? The only character I think I hate more is Murtry! But at least Murtry didn’t try to veil his bullshit with self righteous aggrandizing. Like I totally understand where marcos coming from but my god, the lengths he’s willing to go to and not to mention that it seems pretty obvious he’s planning to be the new boot on the necks of belters. They spell it out pretty clear when they talk about belters having children on planets, that they won’t be considered belters or whatever. Just he decided this course of action for a lot of people and I can’t imagine it ending well. Super hype to see how things play out though.

No. 122859

>>122606
>>122666

I watched the second episode and enjoy it too lmao maybe I have shit taste. I also saw the start of the third episode and didn't like the way agatha's decedent just so happens to be right there as he emerges from the water. like, what are the odds? it just seemed so silly to me.

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>>122493

back to life! I just started watching it and it kind of gives me fleabag vibes, same dark comedy. it's about a woman trying to rebuild her life afer being in in prison for eighteen years

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>>122676
>>122668
>>122656
Omf yes I’ve been shilling The Expanse to everyone I talk to for months. I don’t even like sci-fi but this show actually have great characters, I simp everyone. The female characters are so good! None of the posturing sjw shit.
This whole latest season has been a tease ugh. Everyone is on their own adventure, can’t wait to see the gang together again. I feel like something is going to happen to Camina thoooo and I will not be able to handle the heartbreak.

No. 122888

>>122859
same anon. I just watched the finale and it was pure shit lmao. I could hardly make it through and kept skipping ahead. so bad

No. 122907

>>118846
I'm hoping this is available for Canadian Amazon Prime users. I'll check it out tomorrow!!

No. 122950

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i just finished s2 of skins and oh wow, lovely… i am so happy i watched it. i liked season one better, but that's okay. it is really a great show. does anybody else like it?

No. 122964

>>122950
Extremely old news as a show but yeah I love it. I kinda grew up on it actually. It's hella dramatized of course but also really true to the youth experience in some ways. Every season had at least 1 or 2 characters I really connected to, definitely keep going.

No. 122985

I’m up to episode 9 of Normal People on Hulu and have just now realized that I really fucking hate Marianne’s character. She’s such a self inflicted victim. And Connell damn near has no personality at all. I think I’m done with this shit show.

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>>122950
Kek skins ruined a whole generation of women. Love it.

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>>122950
It's my personal comfort show, watching it always brings me to a very peaceful place in my mind. Never forget anas shitting Effy gifs all over tumblr, great times.

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>>122964
affirmative, it has many outdated elements, but those actually charm and really attract me. overall i have a soft spot for stories concerning coming of age and the like.

>>122996
feels so nostalgic, but she's also just beautiful.

No. 123015

>>122995
how never watched it

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>>123015
NTA but it really romanticizes the shit out of mental illness and reckless behaviors. Especially girls with difficult adolescence like me really bought into it. I was around girls irl who formed little codependant cults enabling each other to starve, self-harm through sex and substances.

No. 123097

>>122874
I hope not but it really feels like they’re building to that. Can’t wait for the roci crew to regroup!

No. 123098

Anyone else still sad that glow got cancelled

No. 123099

>>123098
I didn't like where they took the relationship of the director and the protag (I can't even remember their names anymore) so I'm not that sad about it. I wanted them to stay platonic.

No. 123113

>>123099
Nta, but same. It creeped me out too much. Wasn’t it all based on a true story though? Regardless, I really liked it despite Ruth and Sam’s uncomfortable relationship. Do within they would’ve just finished it.

No. 123274

Kdramafaggotry but anyone watches The School Nurse Files??
I tried it on a whim and found it so enjoyable. It’s goofy and cute and ~quirky~ lmao even the bad CGI is endearing
>school nurse is magical girl exorcist

No. 123290

I started watching winx fate today and wtf is so bad. Stella looks like a suburban mom trying to be cool, Terra is an annoying fattythat should shut her mouth Bloom is not like the other girls and I dont give a fuck about the other bitches. The men are 30 yeal old looking crusty,ketchup smelling fuggos. They are all boring wtf is this? Netfix never does anything right with their series adaptations. I just wanted cool hot bimbo fairies that fight in skimpy clothes and date hot boys. This is gossip girl fairy edition, verry shitty, verry boring

No. 123313

>>123290
They really hated the source material and it shows. Why even call it Winx? Just make your stupid, ugly, BLAND gritty dark academia bullshit under a new name Netflix! Winx deserved to be gaudy and fun.

No. 123368

>>123098
the sisterhood was so beautiful and all the actresses were so chill. what a loss.

No. 123369

>>123098
I'm more heartbroken about I Am Not Okay With This. It lasted one short season, and ended on a cliffhanger. It looked so comfy and promising.

No. 123407

>>123274
Thanks for the recommendation anon, I’m halfway through episode two and enjoying it. Do you have any other recs for quirky stuff? I’ve never watched kdrama before.

No. 123485

>>118846
I'm having a love/hate relationship with this series and I'm not too sure why.

>>122985
The whole show was so boring for me I think I only watched like 3 episodes? Hardly anything happens in it

I recently started watching Bridgerton because of the hype and I wanted something a bit more romantic to watch. It's eh… I'm really not feeling the chemistry between the actors
The colour-blind casting also puts me off slightly? There's a scene in one of the episodes where they talk about how the king with one of 'them' and since then society has been equal. That's hardly colour-blind casting at that point imo. That's basically casting to be more diverse.

BBC2 has started showing The Investigation and I'm really enjoying it.

No. 123522

>>122369
Alice in Borderland is definitely a 2020 favorite of mine. It is emotionally taxing however, so be prepared for that. I don't usually cry during shows, but I ended multiple episodes sobbing and highly anticipate the next season. I even started reading the Visual Novel because it's just SO. GOOD. Seriously, I might have to come back later just to sperg about it, lol.

No. 123526

>>123522
Thanks for your response anon, I'll check it out now! I was kinda dubious because Japanese shows aren't really known for their quality.

>>123485
I skipped thru Bridgerton because of the hype and I didn't really care for it much either.
>I'm really not feeling the chemistry between the actors
I couldn't hold my laughter back when they were having awkward sex to a string quartet of Taylor Swift.

No. 123544

>>123485
Honestly, isn't it sort of insulting to cast english royalty as poc as if their whole existence doesn't depend on the suffering of poc?? Specially during the regency era, like??

>>123290
>>123313
Honestly, when the show started and they showed Altea I was like "oh ok so they canonically made this set at a university to fit the actors being older" but then it's mentioned on episode one that Bloom is still 16???? Are they blind these actors all look like they are in their late 20s/early 30s, Riverdale has better casting than this.
Also, the GALL to have Terra mention she has a cousin named Flora and make the Musa/Tecna stand-in be as annoying as possible.
I'll give them something, though, I really liked Aisha, the actress is probably the youngest looking of the bunch and she seems to have kept most of Aisha's actual personality.

No. 123547

>>123485
>>123544
I thought they were going for theatre-like blind casting thing and I enjoyed the aesthetics of the Regency era without having to think of race and its implications, but that one line about the king marrying a black woman ruined it. Damn, stop trying to explain escapist fantasy. Leave that shit unexplained.

No. 123591

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I’m watching Bling Empire and all I can think is damn, these men sort of SUCK. Every woman’s relationship is either unnecessarily stressful or she would be better off single. I don’t doubt the producers had a lot to do with this, but it’s ridiculous. From showing Jamie’s pad to Christine very obviously being a small scale antagonist, telling Cherie “my parents would have called me a slut if I got pregnant before being married” at Cherie’s newborn photoshoot while knowing full well Cherie’s mother just passed away.

Anna is my favorite cast member. She doesn’t take shit from anyone. I was appalled for her when Kim threw her penis pump outside the window in front of everyone. But she was so cool about it. She stated Kim wasn’t someone fit to be in her world, and left it at that.

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Anyone here watched the new Euphoria special episodes?? I'm so fucking pissed at it.
Like, the director apparently was unhappy that everyone antagonized manic pixie dream girl Jules in season one because of how shit she was to Rue and wanted to show how hard it is to love someone who's an addict which, fair, that's an interesting perspective to their relationship.
What annoyed me, though, is that he felt the need to try to excuse away or write off (not even consider, sometimes) the shitty selfish things Jules does in season one.
In the 1s episode of the special when Rue talks about Jules cheating on her and how upset it made her feel, the character she's talking to (and her mentor) is like "well but where you guys really in a relationship? did you specifically tell each other you were dating?" when they HAD been dating for a few weeks by the end of the series when Jules cheated on her and as if that's not gaslighting 101.
And then, on the next episode, Jules doesn't even acknowlegde her cheating on Rue at all and even says she has loved Rue since the day they met which makes absolute zero sense for anyone watching the series because it's not true at all. Jules was completely obsessed with Nate at the start of season one, she did not have feelings for Rue, he just wants to retcon it to make people fell bad for Jules.
So so annoying that they start Jules' episode by saying she's "too hard on herself" and never even touching on how she can be selfish and self-centered at all, like they couldn't allow her to have any flaws at all.
Anyway, sorry, rant over. I like Jules character I just hate that she's being treated as this angel who can't do wrong.

No. 123696

>>123623
I don't watch euphoria but I read somewhere that Jules' actress co-wrote the episode? Is that right? If so, then it's very unlikely it'll be a good script tbh

No. 123701

>>123623
I really don't understand how they were dating? I feel like the whole show is pretending something happened that didn't. I understood when Rue claimed they were dating because she is obsessed and it makes sense that she'd cling on to something that's never been explicitly said, but they literally had one kiss (that didn't go well) and a codependent friendship.

I was more confused about Jules saying she loved Rue in this episode because she's never done anything to indicate she likes Rue as anything more than a friend who gives her extra attention.

Throughout the whole show, I understood that Rue loved Jules and jules didn't mind being friends with Rue to feel wanted and now suddenly in the two special eps I'm meant to have known somehow that they were girlfriends who were in love?!?!?

No. 123712

I binge watched Winx Fate and have a few thoughts:

A) these Winx fans should really treat it as another part of Winx somehow and not an adaptation, or just a separate thing all together really

B) the racial issue - honestly it's sad they changed some of the races but I don't personally think it was that bad of a thing. I feel like the cast is still diverse enough, but I'm white so there's that

C) was nice to see some flawed skin which I wish was more common

D) I'm really glad they changed the music power to mind/empathy since music just felt really useless in the cartoon imo

E) The final episode was just bad. It didn't feel like Bloom actually learnt who to really trust even after numerous run ins with being manipulated, and the twists at the end just felt shit

No. 123731

>>123701
the writers probably realised that they were getting so much praise for this “lesbian” relationship so they’ve decided to make it a central focus of the show

No. 123746

>>123696
She did! Hunter co-wrote and apparently co-produced this episode.

>>123701
I thought they were in a relationship that Jules just didn't take seriously, now having a whole episode of her saying just how madly in love with Rue she was during the whole first season while she was having an online relationship with Nate and then going to New York to, then, have sex with a different person? She literally almost ditched Rue at the prom just to text that girl, like???

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well finally watched it, I expected it be edgy riverdale knockoff with magic but oh it's so much worse, my expectations were low and i'm still disappointed


>the costumes were all fucking terrible like they legit dress like middle aged women

>transformations are shit, bland and there's no costume change or wings
>They drop random twitter social justice words every episode, like when Bloom first talks to Sky she says that he’s "mansplaining" stuff to her when she waw the one who asked him that she didn’t know anything about the school just a minute earlier
>They removed Techna for like no reason
>Also no Brandon
>Stella is a mean girl now
>Aisha the only black female character is oddly masculined compared to the rest of the female characters, also she seemingly has no male love interest and is the mother of the group(which is just something else)
>There are Male Fairies and Female Specialists as well, cause something something inclusivity

Honestly it almost feel's designed to be hated by everyone on the political spectrum, like everyone on all sides legit hates it, it's not even fun to cringe watch like with riverdale, it's just bad

No. 124002

>>124001
doesn't Bloom get shitty fire wings in that one episode?
Also I have seen people complaining about no male faries, so does a character like this exist or no?

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>>124002
I had forgotten about the shitty fire wings, I couldn't include everything but basically according to the show's new canon fairies used to have been to have winged transformations but lost that ability and now rare super special faires can only transform
and yeah there are male fairies but not any who are part of the main cast

No. 124037

>>124001
Stella gave me undercover mean girl vibes through the cartoon tbh, I'm surprised people are so mad about it lmao

I'm sort of glad they took the transformations away. They wouldn't fit within the series at all imo.

Also funny you complain about male fairies when I don't think they were a major point of the cartoon either. Though I'd argue that Sam is sort of important to the story and is a fairy.

No. 124043

>>124037
Stella wasn't a mean girl in the cartoon at all? Sure she was kinda arrogant but she was super nice to Bloom and the other girls and was legit a good friend. In the life action she is a horrible person to literally everyone for no good reason. I also hate how they have to force in a stupid love triangle, i guess girls in shows cant be friends with eachother anymore. There always has to be a fight about a boy or some other dumb shit.

It's true that the transformations wont fit in with the style they choose for this serie. They want to make this so serieus and edgy its not even funny. I would loved it if they made a show that was just super campy and with cute 2000 inspired fashion.

Also can i just say that the girls didnt feel like real friend at all? Like >>124001 said Aisha was just there to mother Bloom because she wants to do stupid shit all the time, Terra was just their to be annoying and insecure and Musa was doing nothing. Stella isn't even a friend or part of the group?

And yeah the shows uses alot of references like riverdale and "internet lingo". They throw sometimes the word feminist in and have Terra go in a rant about how she doesnt need her brother and father to stand up for her because thats sexist!!111!!

Im pretty sure the the cartoon show or one of the movies had a female specialist tho? But i never rememberd any fairies but tbh in the netflix show they might as well erase the whole fairy stuff and make them witches.

Sorry for the huge sperg but i used to love winx as a little girl and it's such a good source material, it has a diverse cast, female friendship that isn't toxic and that doesn't have petty fights about boyfriends. And yet they decide to make it like all the other popular young teen netflix series.

No. 124044

>>123712
samefag but
>I'm really glad they changed the music power to mind/empathy since music just felt really useless in the cartoon imo

Idk i felt like the empath powers were more of a downgrade in the show. She is so underpowered compared to the other girls, yeah i guess she can also manipulate other peoples emotion but its only emotions not mind control. Also in the cartoon she didnt just have music as power, in the wiki it says she can control sound waves and sonic pressure. That is far cooler then being an empath imo

No. 124059

>>124037
girl, Stella literally risked her ass getting kicked out of Alfea just so Bloom could study with her. They barely knew each other, and yet Stella did it for Bloom cause she saw that the random earthling has a potential and seems like a cool girl.
Cartoon Stella looks like a stereotypical rich bitch, but she's nothing like it.

No. 124061

>>124059
>>124044
>>124043
I honestly hated how the friendships developed because they were wayyy too quick and made no sense in the grand scheme of things. I also hope if there's a second season that they explore Aisha more because she clearly had something going on and Bloom dismissed it, and then it was never really mentioned again.

I have seen people elsewhere mention that this was probably low budget and they're waiting for season 2 confirmation to increase the number of episodes, and hopefully develop the characters a bit more as the whole season wouldn't be focused on Bloom looking for her past.

The characters not being like their cartoon selves also makes sense because otherwise there would be little to no character development and the whole thing would be stale. They clearly drew on the 'rich bitch' thing for inspiration on where to start Stella off as a character, she'll probably develop to be more bubbly after.

Honestly, I think feel for hardcore fans of Winx but I also think they are forgetting that that something like the cartoon wouldn't really work as a live action thing aimed at a more teenage audience. Plus, most of the episodes were basically structured around having a new fight and winning, sort of how Pokemon was basically structured around catching a new Pokemon each episode (at the start at least).

Gonna go ahead and voice the probably more unpopular opinion - I really hope they don't add anyone else into the main cast they have established. I know people want Flora and Tecna, but I think that leaving it as fairly simplistic elements and exploring what they can do with those works far better.

No. 124062

>>124061
bitch why do you want a season 2, it wasn't even fun to watch ironically like riverdale, it was chore alright and you know what If it had been edgy as hell and a dark academia setting I wouldn't care if it had been just good but no

>it turns a black female character into the packmule

>It whitewashes the diverse cast, but also tries to act annoyingly woke
>and the fashion is shitty

No. 124238

>>124062
Agreed. It was really boring and I really like edgy, dark series. With more mature and cohesive writing, focus on the girls friendships, and best styling the show could have been fun. Also the romances where boring and rushed, they could have saved it to the next season.

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I LOVE Alia Shawkat, I LOVE Search party and I LOVE that dory woke up at the end of the last episode even though it was a stupid gotcha moment, because it means they they might make more

I've been watching since the 1st season and I thought there was no way they could make even a good 2nd season but I have loved all 4 seasons so much. It's like the only show I legitimately find funny and doesn't make me cringe.

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I know people have been hardcore nostalgic during the pandemic and I randomly decided to rewatch Braceface and it still holds up pretty well. Especially for a 20 year old Canadian cartoon with a $10 budget.

I really like how it touched on some heavier subjects and openly talked about periods and acknowledged pads exist, underage drinking, eating disorders, older guys taking advantage of younger girls. The inflating bra episode is pretty… unfortunate now because of shit fetishists but I still relate to it’s message a lot even as an adult.

Alden and Sharon were cute together and I’m getting weirdly invested in their relationship

No. 124740

>>124706
Great reminder that this show exists, I should definitely rewatch it. Where is it available?

No. 124754

>>124706
I remember literally nothing about this show but the words "brace face" just brought a tiny snippet of a stupid song out of the deepest darkest archives of my memory, does the theme tune go like "BRACE FACE! Don't wanna talk about it! TEENAGE!" or is that something else

No. 124755

>>124754
yes, that's the theme song of the show

No. 124764

>>124706
Sharon is annoying as fuck though, people say Tori from Victorious was annoying wait until they watch Brace face.she honestly almost ruined the entire show I almost stopped watching it because of her
Also Maria & Nina are my favorite characters

No. 124769

>>124740
I was using tubi.tv until it stopped working and now I’m back on kisscartoon.

>>124764
Kek I liked Sharon because I relate to her annoying scatterbrainedness. I think they’re good portrayals of teenager characters are they’re all kind of dumb and selfish to an extent but still trying to be good. Most of the main characters are pretty fleshed out imo.

No. 124773

>not from US originally
>try to catch up on good american movies
>have access to hulu, netflix, disney
>almost every movie I look up is not available
>don't feel like setting up for torrents again but I guess I will

I also hate how "renting" a movie is 3 bucks but having access to it always is 12

No. 124774

>>124773
You can use VPN to access other countries streaming libraries too but honestly that's more work than just torrenting it .

No. 124783

>>124755
Lol even the intro song sounds like it was made on Fiverr.

No. 124785

>>124773
Girl why would you not torrent that shit?? They're not gonna bother suing you overseas unlike in the US where they'll sometimes still threaten you if your VPN was one of the snitching types. Use your location, sweater.

No. 124844

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I'm finally watching Fleabag and god damn the church kiss scene was SO HOT, I just needed to post about it.

No. 124847

>>124844
I finished the series a couple weeks ago and I'm still thinking about that scene…

No. 124920

I wanted to watch something with my mother and I read online about a new show (this anecdote is outdated) revolving around teenage assassins. I know she likes action movies with female leads, and I figured this would be a comedic show from what I read about it, so I decided to keep it in mind. Fast forward to when we are together and I propose we watch it. She agrees, and the first episode opens with literal pornography, where a girl coerces and essentially rapes a boy. This goes on for about fifteen minutes and makes us so uncomfortable I turned it off and we stopped watching altogether. It didn't even say it had sex in the show on the symbols, but I guess I just didn't look properly. Whatever the case is, I am really against sex scenes. I don't want to watch porn with my mother… I find the concept a form of grooming/"assault" on both sides.

No. 125103

What's the appeal of Terrace House? I just watched a couple of episodes and can't understand why it's so popular in the west. In Japan fair enough, but who enjoys watching such shy, polite people on reality TV? It's making me want to watch some Jersey Shore just to counteract the awkward vibe. And what's with that weird panel who I guess are supposed to be funny? I can't suspend my disbelief that a bunch of middle aged people actually care about what's happening on the show… Japanese tv is just not it.

No. 125210

>>125103
The variety show aspect of it is literally the worst, the middle aged hosts are so obnoxious and immature compared to the people who actually live in the house. It threw me entirely for a loop, ruined the comfy vibe of the show.

No. 125306

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Started "Carmen Sandiego" on Netflix just to watch something short and entertaining and I'm actually loving it. I never played the games but the series is so fun, it's a "kid shows" and each episode is simple but the whole story is very nice. So far I'm finishing S1 and I love that every episode happens in a different country and that they share a lot of cultural facts. It's like dora the explorer but for more grown-ups I'd say

No. 125356

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anyone else watching It's a sin?

No. 125361

>>125103
I just don't need to watch orange Italians shriek at each other about banal gossip, binge drinking and love triangles to find people entertaining, I guess? In fact I find the lives of people on Terrace House much more interesting, as some of them are fairly engaged with their careers, so you end up seeing members improve their skills and achieve success. It's more wholesome than western reality shows in some ways, but to say there's no drama is simply wrong. There's still a ton of infighting and bullshit that goes down, the Japanese just deal with it in different ways (which is interesting to see as well). I think the commentators are entertaining if overly judgmental at times, but obviously everyone's taste is different.

No. 125391

>>125356
Haven't yet but I'd like to.
I thought Olly Alexander gave up acting for singing badly on albums no one buys.

No. 125581

Kinda thinking of starting Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Is it any good?

No. 125813

>>125391
He also acts very badly.

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>>125306
I’m on season 2! I watched the first season, forgot about it, had no idea a third even came out, and was surprised to see the new 4th release on my netflix homescreen. I was looking at fanart and spoiled the ending for myself like a fucking idiot. At least I found a lot of cute VILE art. Cleo and Tigress are my favorite characters. Their attitudes are very shitty and very entertaining. Jules is great too. Generally I don’t find myself hating any of the characters, even the antagonists.

picrel by riodrawsstuff on tumblr if you want to see more fanart. It is absolutely full of spoilers though. https://riodrawsstuff.tumblr.com/

No. 126194

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The Expanse anons, how did you like the season finale?

I love all the setup this season did, raising the tension in the solar system, really curious where it all will go, will it be a full blown war? What's exactly that Martians know about protomolecule, and what happened to that ship at the end? Will Filip take over and become even worse and more cruel terrorist than his dad?
On the worse side, seems like they really wanted to get rid of the actor playing Alex, but it still doesn't excuse the way they handled what was essentially a major character death. There's literally one 2 seconds long shot of his dead body, short conversation between Amos, Holden and Naomi that is actually kinda humoristic almost because of Amos caring more about adding Clarissa to the party than Alex's death, information that his ex who pretty much hated him will deal with the funeral and that's it, forgotten. Really weird.

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>>126194
I was waiting for Alex’s death all season. It seems they were pretty deep into filming when news broke, and told him to pack his shit. Didn’t even include him promos and trailers. Kind of sucked that there was little to no reaction from Bobby and Amos you’re right. But it is a gross situation and they just wanted to move on asap, which I can appreciate. I imagine it must have been so fucking uncomfortable for Bobby’s actress… Let’s face it, statistically, every TV show is guaranteed at least one creep.
Holy shit I’m so fucking glad Camina Drummer lives. I was sure she was gonna die. The Marco simp BTFO kek all my homies hate her. Sad to see Drummer’s crew torn apart though, were they like some kind of polycule? Though I didn’t have time to emotionally bond with them. Where will she go now??? Marco will hunt her down to the edge of space.
Can we talk about Filip? I hate this mf, even though he sexy af. I know they’re gonna give him a redemption arc at some point (I’m not book reader) but man, all my sympathy went out the airlock already.
>wahhh mommy doesn’t love me
I really thought he was helping Naomi escape but they played it straight. Every time he looks like he’s scheming, he’s actually just brooding or confused? I’m salty lol

Overall I like this season a lot. It was lovely to see the focus on Naomi. She said I’d rather space myself, twice, than stay with retarded scrotes, be it my babydaddy or my son. Metal af. For once James Holden is useless.
What the fuck was that ominous orange cloud? AaaaAA

No. 126580

>>126194
oh god I'm not ready to watch it. shit shit shit

No. 127420

Binging the shit out of Fleabag rn. Can't believe it took me this long to get into it. HOLY SHIT!!!

No. 127426

>>127420
I finished it. What a perfect show.

No. 128049

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Christ No

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>>128049
yeah.pass.

No. 128124

>>128049
>sexuality as personality traits? Nothing new in western media

No. 129214

I just finished Mr Robot and….meh lol. Don't get me wrong I enjoyed it while I was watching it, so much about it was great, the cinematography, acting and music was top notch. I just never connected to any of the characters, except maybe Tyrell, but jesus his character was wasted so damn much. Idk but it was kinda disappointing, the ending was just okay really, which I think is even worse than a bad ending because I don't really feel anything towards it. It's like I'm gonna move on and forget about it quickly because I didn't care much about it, because it didn't have a big impact. Overall the show was good…just not very satisfying if that makes sense. Kind of a shame because it looked like something I would really like. But the more I think about it the less interested I get into it and I find more flaws. Usually when I think back to something I've watched I love it even more because I find more things to obsess over and discover, but with this it's like meh whatever.

No. 129273

>>129214
Tyrell's wife Joanna too, her death was one of those cheap shocks that had no repercussions.
After the final two episodes aired, the series felt flat to me. I still think the first season is pretty great though.

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Completed watching Raised by Wolves.

Ever watch a series that started off with a bomb premise and really good first episodes, but by mid-season the writing devolves into an annoying slow burn & the last few episodes of the season tend to be complete shit as if the writers ran out of ideas? The finale was like they had to create loose ends for the next season while packing away plot holes to never touch on again. The last few episodes are written pretty badly in my opinion.

Also the show had this really bad habit of building up tension in scenes only to go nowhere with it.

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Today I got a clip from a speech on my front page of youtube by Michaela Cole and it made me wanna watch Chewing Gum, one of her most acclaimed tv shows, I finished it all today since it's short and I can't only describe it in one word "scroteish", in that video, she seemed like a nice reasonable woman and I looked forward something she wrote, produced, and acted in even but man was I disappointed, everything about it was bad and genuinely felt like it was written by a man.

The excessive BDSM reference, too many "comedic" sex scenes, sex jokes everywhere, porn, insect, beastiality, race fetishization, barely legal sex… the list goes on, and none of it is funny or tackles any issues, it's just there for novelty I assume but every episode has a sex scene, it's only 24 minutes and they still put a sex scene every other minute.

The acting is over the top and annoying, I hated all the character, the dynamic is shit, everyone is just doing favours for MC and it feels like a bad self-insert, MC has no goal but to lose her virginity for the whole show and that's all the show is about, I thought there would be more but no, it's just that, her relationship with her mother and sister don't improve that much and are just surface level and no character developed ever except for Roland he becomes a cartoon villain but you don't even get a satisfying end it just leaves you hanging, Candice and Aaron break go through different arguments and none of them gets solved and they just move on until they break up out of the blue in the last episode, all the characters are badly written and their plots seem to take a different direction then stop there and go back to supporting MC.

the fits and the makeup are awful, the cinematography is terrible, and gives you no satisfaction.

The whole show is bad not in a low culture type of way where it's entertaining to watch developed because this show goes NOWHERE not even the jokes have a punchline half of the time, it's just bad bad.

2/10 I wasted my fucking time.

No. 129422

>>128049
Tut tut, not even one tranny in the main cast. What bigoted terves wrote this reboot?

No. 129430

>>129407
I watched exactly 10 minutes of the first episode and hated it so I'm honestly not surprised.

No. 130372

>>129430
Nayrt and exactly same, Netflix recommended it when I searched for Fleabag and it couldn't have been more wrong

No. 132148

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Holy shit farmers, y'all need to watch Tokyo Girl on Amazon Prime. I spotted it while browsing and went into it knowing nothing. Ended up so blown away by this gem. The show follows the life of a small town girl starting in her teens then follows her life all the way into her 40s as she chases her dreams of moving to Tokyo, having a successful career, finding love and starting a family ("having it all"). It was so insanely relatable. The way she finds little moments of happiness in the midst of a hectic life, the big wins, the crushing letdowns, the failed relationships, the unexpected friendships, the setbacks and sense of hope as she picks herself up again. The way no one was 100% good or evil, they're all just people trying to lead fulfilling lives. You really get a sense of how she matures as a person and yet how even those at the top of their game struggle in their own ways. I almost never cry over media but I cried near the end. It was such a breath of fresh air amid so many shows filled with melodrama, inane dialogue and meaningless arcs. It really felt true to a lot of women's realities and I binge watched it all in one sitting. Highly recommend.

No. 132152

>>129407
>>130372
I absolutely loved Chewing Gum. I found it funny, enjoyable, relatable, and not scrote-ish at all, at least unintentionally. If anything, that factor would be due to the main character’s inability to “catch up” to her own ideas of maturity and sexiness built upon her own over sexualization and a sense of gravure she’d either access from men or from women who weren’t ~like her~. I think she was supposed to have the maturity of a teenager. It’s one of those shows that is better the closer it is to its audience imo. I went away from it enjoying the ending. I thought the character growths were fine even if they weren’t massive, especially for the sister. I liked both Chewing Gum and Fleabag, but I prefer Chewing Gum. I think overall it was a better written show. Maybe you’ve never had cringe 1st generation virgin loser era when you were younger but I find that concept more understandable than an absolute fleabag adulterous manipulator era in your adult years.

You might like My Mad Fat Diary. Similar girl in social trouble with a young and immature cast, sexual “awakening” storylines etc. iirc both shows aired on Channel 4.

You might like Dr. Foster or Killing Eve even though they aren’t remotely in the same categories.

No. 132177

>>132152
>Dr Foster
I wish they could have kept her character as being a smart woman with a bold feral sex drive instead of just reducing her to a complete idiot who also can't turn down sex. It just ran on too long and the writers got confused imo

No. 132223

>>124653
Late to reply but I totally agree anon, i finished that show a few weeks ago and loved it. I like how it makes fun of college educated millennials lol and the characters really grew on me

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So I've been recently watching the "The New Legend's of Monkey" on Netflix, I both sorta love and hate this show
Its an New Zealand produced adaption of the Chinese epic journey to the west, and the actors are diverse cast of either New Zealanders, Australians, Americans and British who most of the time are doing random inconsistent accents for whatever reason, the costumes are also interesting just a combination of whatever fantasy medieval European or Asian aesthetics

No. 132271

>>132260
Omg the gal on the right… don't have netflix though

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>>132260
This show is so fucking retarded. I watched the first episodes twice trying to convince myself it was just a bad run the first time. In the show’s defense, I like Journey To The West but have never seen a good screen adaption of any it its elements. The source material doesn’t translate nicely to screen and especially so if the CGI isn’t higher quality. So the showrunner isn’t fully to blame for being obscenely bad.

No. 132301

>>132260
>>132287
ik there's like a talking monkey in Journey to the West but pls tell me it's not the character played by that black man bc that would be…

No. 132307

I've been going on a House M.D. nostalgic trip recently. I think it still holds up pretty well, although it gets weaker as it goes on. The 4th season when he holds the group interviews is just such great television.

No. 132309

>>132260
it amuses me when they do live action adaptations of Journey to the West and cast a fat guy as the pig lul, like Nick Frost in Into the Badlands

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>>132301
It’s second from the left. Monkey king is just about always played by an at least sort of in-the-right-lighting handsome guy, he’s supposed to be charming and charismatic. The headband will also usually point to which actor is portraying him.

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Just read that Elizabeth Debicki is going to play Diana for the final seasons of the Crown, I feel like it's going to be a good performance. They consistently hit the mark with their casting choices

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What kind of shitshow is "The Queen's Gambit" and why the fuck everyone creamed themselves over it.

The plot had so much fucking potential, I'm so mad, I want to FUCKING EXPLODE.
Why is the protagonist always nude or half-naked. Why did she become so "girly-girly uwu feminine fashionista" when she started to earn money, all because "mean girls :((" in her class bullied her for not wearing cute dresses?????????????? WHAT the F? Are we really playing those tropes in 2021?? Really????

AND OF course instead of portraying her as a strong woman who doesn't need dresses or makeup to be of value, nooooooooo, she plays along and the very first thing she buys with her own money is a chess board… and a dress ;)) you know, so you, the viewer, REMEMBER she is "A WOMAN GUYS!!!!!11!!!1!".
What kind of aseop was that? What in the actual shit. No commentary on the way society forces you to be feminine, no commentary ON ANYTHING.

And of cooourse, they had to put a scene with one of the "mean girls" being an unhappy wife, sob sob, oh no, mean girl got what she deserved, now she's pregnant and stuck with her (probably) incompetent husband, compared to stunning protagonist who seems to be attracted to every other male on the cast GOD KNOWS WHY and has sex on a daily basis uwu. Is she a nymphomaniac?? We'll never know!

I'm so mad. I hate male directors, I hate them so fucking much. They ruin everything.
And I know a lot of anons on this thread loved the show, but honestly, it could have been SO. MUCH. BETTER. Oh, god…

No. 132608

>>132596
I love lizzy, she’s such an elegant woman.

No. 132609

>>132603
The show looked wack. Thank god I never watched it.. you’re not in the wrong anon.

No. 132610

>>127420
Your post made me binge it and I really enjoyed it too

No. 132619

>>132603
Thanks, I dropped for some reason but couldn't really explain why.

No. 132628

>>132603
I'm not a fan of the show either but:
she's buying chess board because she obviously doesn't have one. Dress - because they were dressing her like a litlle girl, and maybe it's not a big deal, but for a young lady with complexes it means a lot I guess.

No. 132633

>>132628

>for a young lady with complexes it means a lot I guess.


Yeah, I get what you mean but, the thing is, the show never explicitly or even implicitly says this. If I remember correctly, the scene where she buys that dress has upbeat/"hopeful" (?) music, and is not played as something she is being conditioned to do, but as a GLOW UP. I didn't get the impression EVER that she was being forced to be feminine or like the dress, you know? Once she gets her first period she becomes this… kind of sexual goddess that seems to be a fashionista out of nowhere and also fucks guys over 30 when she's still 17. The character does a complete 360 turn from her childhood-self and the show DOESN'T EXPLORE THAT.

And btw, that's another thing that bothers me, her age and how she's portrayed regardless of it. That, and all the adult males saying she has "become a woman" just because she's wearing "trendy outfits". She's fucking 17. Se-ven-teen. Good god, fucking creeps. I hate male-gaze.

>>132619
>>132609
thank u anons, I thought I was going to get roasted (?) for my post, I'm glad I'm not the only one that saw how shitty it is.

No. 132634

>>132603
I don't see an issue with her liking fashion, lots of people are into clothes and it came across as just one of her many character traits. Maybe if her style was male gazey I'd be put off, but being into fashion myself the costuming was a highlight of the series.

No. 132636

>>132634

The character was never shown to be interested in clothes until she started being bullied by "feminine mean girls that hate nerds" at school. I think that tells something, but the show glosses over it and plays her interest in fashion as something she was supposed to develop eventually.

I get a lot of people liked the fashion, and no hard feelings but… this show was about chess, not clothes. Can you imagine a movie about a chess grand-master focusing on the male protagonist trying on different suits and how trendy he is? Yeah, no.

No. 132639

>>132636
I agree with you anon, i really like fashion and the outfits in the series are very pretty but it's kinda weird how they never really explored her interested in fashion? Like i dont mind that she has a different interest then just chess lol but like you said it was really glossed over.

I did stop watching the series early because when the mom died it was very obvious for me that it would happen and i didnt feel anything because we barely know her, i wish we got more scenes with her mom and her bonding. But i didnt care at all when she died. And this was when i also realised i didnt even know anything of her chess "friends" because we also barely see them so i just stopped watching the serie because it became boring to me

No. 132641

>>132636
Eh, I know there's sexism in women being expected to dress a certain way and that an interest in clothes is stereotyped as girly, so I get your point. But buying lots of clothes as you get older and start earning money is a really normal thing to do, I don't think it needed any particular narrative justification or focus. It just felt like a relatable personality trait in an otherwise totally unrelatable character, I never questioned her reasoning because I did the same thing when I was younger and although you say it was glossed over, to me it was just showing rather than telling.

>Can you imagine a movie about a chess grand-master focusing on the male protagonist trying on different suits and how trendy he is?

I would love to see that. But honestly it's not really an outlandish idea, men really like suits and shows like Peaky Blinders and Mad Men are popular for the male fashion.

No. 132646

>>132603
>stunning protagonist who seems to be attracted to every other male on the cast GOD KNOWS WHY and has sex on a daily basis uwu
What? She was barely interested in sex. Did we watch the same show?
There was a reverse harem anime vibe having every male worship the ground she walked but she wasn't really that interested in them.

I think it's a little problematic to criticize a woman - or a character - for the choice of being feminine. Is the only well written female character the one who is not feminine? Why?
Personally I saw her interest in fashion and consumerism in general as a sign of becoming her own person, after being denied that in the orphanage. As a kid she had that outfit (i dont remember if it was a dress or sweater?) that was unique to her and later she wanted to reclaim that. In my opinion if it was a story of a woman in a man's world who doesn't want to be feminine and then becomes succesful it would make for a far less interesting and valuable character arc, as she would be just another NLOG that had to be "just like the guys" to be a succesful chess player.

No. 132664

>>132641
Nta but male protagonist trying on suits would make as much sense to me, especially if story was focused on him trying to fit into weird chess environment, where he wouldn't belong for some reasons (he still wouldn't be as "alien" as young lady tho).
It would surely be fresh look on men being stupid about little things, too

No. 132711

>>132596
I like her but it’ll be like Diana had a massive growth spurt lol

No. 132738

>>132711
Maybe they'll film it like they filmed hobbit + humans scenes in LoTR

No. 132806

>>97517
I'm two episodes away from finishing it and tbh I wish I read the thread before watching it.

S1 was amazing but you can fit in just so many damn plot twists and shit before it gets lame. No wonder it got cancelled, how the hell would they have kept up with so many timelines and stuff.

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Heard so much good about The Bold Type on netflix, tried it out, it's SO BAD. Almost Emily in Paris level bad. Completely not realistic, characters are boring and cliche, why are people enjoying this? Does it get better later on?

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is twin peaks worth investment of time? I'm about to start episode 3 and am enjoying it so far but I also read there are a lot of plot points that go absolutely nowhere and that overall the show is overrated, how it is only as popular as it is since at the time there had never been a show quite like it.

No. 132865

>>132864
Twin Peaks is my favourite show, I don’t think it’s overrated. If nothing else, I think it’s underrated in the sense that people don’t usually understand the “main point” of the series, since Lynch loves to be cryptic. There is a lot to unpack about it, and it may take hours and hours to discuss everything. I totally recommend it, watch it in order and enjoy it.
I like even the second part of season 2 which is kinda lame lol

No. 132866

>>132864
This is going to sound annoying but Twin Peaks is about the mood and your own experience more than the plot. Things go to hell quality-wise in the middle of the second season but David Lynch returns and wraps it up in one of the best tv finales ever IMO. Even the low point is kind of fun in a "how did this show turn into this?" way.
Unfortunately The Return (the Showtime third season) often felt like pointless pandering to me but others like it a lot.

No. 132867

>>132864
Yes, the first season (or rather story arc, as it finishes a few episodes in second season) is stellar. Same in regards to the third season. Most of the second season is a drag though since it was handled by a revolving door of script writers and directors. The whole thing is still worth seeing for the last episode of season 2 and the payoff in season 3. I would also recommend seeing Fire Walk With Me + The Missing Pieces in between seasons 2 and 3. There is a copy of Northwest Passage (3.5 h compilation of both movies) on rutracker. I think it's only missing one scene. Up to you how to watch those though.

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>>132865
>>132866
>>132867
I trust farmer's taste, I'm gonna continue with the show

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I started The Falcon and the Winter Soldier show. First episode kind of sucked, looked like it was written by 10 year old, but maybe it's just because it's first episode so I won't give up on it yet.
Also, people hate him so much I'm almost his fan now kek

No. 133133

>>133128
It's nice to know what Wyatt Russell was hiding behind that scraggly beard. He looks like a toothless grandpa version of his father.

No. 133138

>>133095
Update us even if you don't like it! Very curious on your thoughts. Try to go in as blind as possible

No. 134440

>>133138
I have three episodes left of season one and I'm getting more into it, enjoying it more. I must admit, I find myself laughing at the majority of the scenes. there are just some moments of pure comedy. the overall tone of the show is really unique to me, I'm never quite sure what I'm supposed to feel in any given moment, I've never seen anyting quite like it. I'll keep you posted. oh and I'm definitely going in blind, all I knew was it was a cult favourite about a murder

No. 134450

>>134440
I also watched Twin Peaks blind a couple years back and had the same reaction. The dialogue is so hilarious sometimes. It's quite the charming show, so I hope you continue to enjoy it!

For the other Twin Peaks anons further up ITT, if you're still around, how did you manage to make it through the movie and the "25 years later" reboot? I was really disappointed with and honestly disgusted by the tone shift. Suddenly there was so much nudity and needless sex. I know that the brothel is a major plot point of the original show, but even those uncomfortable scenes were 1000x more tolerable than 90% of Fire Walk With Me. Plus, I hated that in the first episode of season 3, all the female characters are either dead, naked, or both. I gave up on seasons 3 because of that. Does it get better? Is it worth it?

No. 134452

>>134450
Fire Walk With Me was controversial, but imho the dark tone was fitting. It is, after all, a story of Laura Palmer's unbearably shitty life with a rapist daddy Of course YMMV if the portrayal of that was tasteful enough or not.
In my opinion it's absolutely worth it to stick it with the 3rd season. I did love it almost from the start, so yeah… Wait with dropping the series at least until episode 7-8, or maybe even 10 (disclaimer: I don't remember what's in most of those episodes, I just think it should give you a better estimate of the series as a whole). There will still be some sex scenes, but not that many. There's also quite a lot of interesting female characters. The old TP quirky humor also comes back I cannot promise that you will love it, but I think it's worth giving it a chance.

No. 134457

>>132148
I'll watch it when I'm older because I don't think I'll found it that relatable, loved the suggestion!

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>>118846
I just finished. I loved it! I will now bully every farmer on here dissing Elle Fanning.
Catherine may be empress of Russia but Elizabeth is empress of short dresses and giving zero fucks, well, figuratively.
>>121344
He was sooo annoying, what an insecure manlet. I almost hate him more than Grigor and Georgie. Leo dying for her is the least he could do Huzzah!

No. 134488

Can you guys suggest a tv show similar to the office?
These tv shows makes me happy

No. 134494

>>134488
Mockumentary? Work sitcom? Superstore is pretty funny.

No. 134538

Netflix keeps churning out one bad show after another and i'm honestly astounded by it all. Almost (didn't check them all) all their new shows are so bad, the dialogues are painful. They don't feel natural at all and they all sound like redditors, trying to make snide remarks every five seconds and i'm so tired of the cringy wokeness.

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Has anyone here seen I May Destroy You? What did you think of it?

No. 134556

>>134554
I haven’t . What’s the premise anon?

No. 134562

>>134556
NTA. All I know that it's post #MeToo feminist series about women struggling with rape. Or something

No. 134658

>>134538
Which of their shows have you checked out that you feel this way about?

No. 134869

Anons what are your recommendation? I watch like one or two shows a year max. so I can guarantee anything you may recommend me I haven't watched. I don't really care about genre as long as it's for an adult audience and not teens.

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