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    Quote Originally Posted by Kieran View Post
    Anybody watch the latest series of Line of Duty? This is a superior edge of the seat Brit-cop thriller. Great guest stars, such as Thandie Newton this season, and Keeley Hawes for seasons 2 and 3. Already can't wait for the next season of it. Adrian Dunbar takes the laurel as Superintendent Hastings, a cop of unimpeachable integrity.

    Or, is he?
    Thanks for the heads-up. Will seek it out.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonata View Post
    My husband and I started watching Grimm a few weeks ago. A great show, mixing mythological scary creature elements with modern police procedural drama.
    the wife likes this show i watched the last episode....(didn't care for it)

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    TIVO-ing Fargo and Gotham from American television.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kieran View Post
    Anybody watch the latest series of Line of Duty? This is a superior edge of the seat Brit-cop thriller. Great guest stars, such as Thandie Newton this season, and Keeley Hawes for seasons 2 and 3. Already can't wait for the next season of it. Adrian Dunbar takes the laurel as Superintendent Hastings, a cop of unimpeachable integrity.

    Or, is he?
    It's on my hard drive , so little time so much to see.
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Fargo,big bang theory. Sadly thats it other than a couple cooking shows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    Thanks for the heads-up. Will seek it out.


    There's 4 seasons, but they refer to each other in plotline ways, so I'd recommend watching from the start. The beauty is, if you're not gripped in season 1, then you'll know that the rest of it isn't for you. I think it's on Netflix now...
    The Brain - is wider than the Sky

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    Bit of a soap fan. Love:-

    Coronation Street
    Eastenders

    Takes me out of ordinary, everyday life!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judith View Post
    Bit of a soap fan. Love:-

    Coronation Street
    Eastenders

    Takes me out of ordinary, everyday life!!
    I never warmed to Eastenders, and pretty much left Corrie Street when Francesca "Frankie" Fraser and Danny Baldwin departed in December 2006.

    Reg, Curly, Maureen, Maud were good stuff from the 90's, as was villain Richard Hillman (2001 - '03). The Street ain't the same, characters or writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    I never warmed to Eastenders, and pretty much left Corrie Street when Francesca "Frankie" Fraser and Danny Baldwin departed in December 2006.

    Reg, Curly, Maureen, Maud were good stuff from the 90's, as was villain Richard Hillman (2001 - '03). The Street ain't the same, characters or writing.
    Still got Rita, Audrey, Gail in Coronation Street, Dot, Cathy and Ian in Eastenders!

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    Corrie Street R.I.P.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Kieran View Post
    Anybody watch the latest series of Line of Duty? This is a superior edge of the seat Brit-cop thriller. Great guest stars, such as Thandie Newton this season, and Keeley Hawes for seasons 2 and 3. Already can't wait for the next season of it. Adrian Dunbar takes the laurel as Superintendent Hastings, a cop of unimpeachable integrity.

    Or, is he?
    Little too social propaganda-y in season 1, as I recall. Might give it another shot if I get the flu or something.

    Only show I watch now is Better Call Saul. It's okay, I wouldn't really recommend it. Reruns of Perry Mason usually take precedence over it anyway. Looking forward to the Twin Peaks restart (reboot?). Best thing to happen to TV in years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judith View Post
    Bit of a soap fan. Love:-

    Coronation Street
    Eastenders

    Takes me out of ordinary, everyday life!!
    I use to, but nowadays it's hopeless , strange character assassinations. ( The Carters)
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaneyes View Post
    Corrie Street R.I.P.






    These bring back memories!

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    I was in a law enforcement mood last night. "Spread 'em!"



    Line of Duty (2012 - ) via Netflix; Chicago PD (2014 - ), via NBC.


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    SNL. Melissa McCarthy returns and hosts tonight's show.

    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Sat.../10/id/789387/

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