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    Netflix

    … now that I got it, what do I do with it?


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    You subscribed or you bought stock?
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    Of course watch Breakin’ 2: Electric Bugaloo! Duh.

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    spend a lot of time searching for something worthwhile to watch...
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    I just got done watching 2 seasons of OZARK. Pretty good...
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadfix View Post
    I just got done watching 2 seasons of OZARK. Pretty good...
    Meh from me. My wife finished it and ended up at meh.

    Bojack Horseman is pretty good.

    Penny Dreadful was good, though I don't like the gothic horror genre much, it was well done.

    First seasons of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage.

    This list seems to have something for all tastes in series... and they have a movie one too. https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com...nge-watch-now/
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    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb View Post
    Of course watch Breakin’ 2: Electric Bugaloo! Duh.
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    Narcos and Babylon Berlin if you don't mind subtitles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadfix View Post
    I just got done watching 2 seasons of OZARK. Pretty good...
    I love Ozark but it freaks my wife out with its intensity and fast pace. Another good one is Godless...just a single season but an excellent mini-series.

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    Godless was great. I also loved Stranger things and Lost in Space. I liked altered carbon for its potential but have to admit it was deeply flawed.

    For the marvel stuff I liked luke cage and punisher best, daredevil then jessica jones, iron fist not so much.

    There is a lot I haven't gotten around to watching including Ozark.

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    One underappreciated aspect (in my opinion) is the massive quantity of comedy specials available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davelikestoplay View Post
    One underappreciated aspect (in my opinion) is the massive quantity of comedy specials available.
    I like the comedy specials too. Also, many of those already mentioned;

    Orange is the New Black (just finished the last one last night. Shoot)
    Narcos
    Ozark
    Godless
    Disenchanted

    There's a few cooking shows and "fancy house type" of shows I like to have on when I'm not really invested in paying attention for the entire time too.

    I still haven't seen very many episodes of Breaking Bad, so if I end up couch-bound for very long I may delve into that at some point.
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    For not investing much attention the Moving Art series is great especially if you have a 4k tv. The architectural one that they just released a second season of with the british architect and the lady is good too. I think trials by light was another one I enjoyed as well.

    A lot of my early childhood was without cable so all we had to watch on weekends were the nature shows on pbs so I enjoyed the planet earth 2 bbc series which is also available in 4k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bremerradkurier View Post
    Narcos and Babylon Berlin if you don't mind subtitles.
    Narcos was very good, BB had promise in the earlier episodes but grew tedious towards the end.

    Intelligence (a Canadian crime drama) is quite good...a mix of the The Wire and Sopranos.

    Peaky Blinders is the best thing I've found so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb View Post
    Of course watch Breakin’ 2: Electric Bugaloo! Duh.
    Already on the DVR along with Roller Boogie and the rest of the genre (yep, even Xanadu)

    Decided to download this and order pizza for later this evening. TELL ME I'M WRONG!!!



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    call in sick, order several pizzas, turn off your phone, and binge on breaking bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfrancois View Post
    call in sick, order several pizzas, turn off your phone, and binge on breaking bad.
    … not in the right frame of mind for that today. I'd end up screaming SAY MY NAME!!! on the front porch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    Peaky Blinders is the best thing I've found so far.
    I forgot about that one!

    Copper was also good. Set in roughly the same time place as Gangs of New York I think.

    Taodemon, that house show with the English actress - that's one of my favorites although I can't remember the name. Grand Designs is also worth watching.

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    I really enjoyed Babylon Berlin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfrancois View Post
    call in sick, order several pizzas, turn off your phone, and binge on breaking bad.
    LOL ^^^

    The wording "several" was well posed.

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    Watched the first 2 eps of Mindhunter. Origin story of the BAU at the FBI (the Criminal Minds tv show covers this set in the present day.)

    I was not hopeful, but it's pretty well done so far. I was on the fence after ep 1, but ep 2 convinced me to give it at least 2 more. Well reviewed too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiQuaeQuod View Post
    Watched the first 2 eps of Mindhunter. Origin story of the BAU at the FBI (the Criminal Minds tv show covers this set in the present day.)

    I was not hopeful, but it's pretty well done so far. I was on the fence after ep 1, but ep 2 convinced me to give it at least 2 more. Well reviewed too.
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