i was much more a fan of The Boys than I was Preacher. Could never really get into the art style of Preacher and I thought the show actors were all terrible.Did you see the TV adaptation of Ennis's "Preacher"?
I haven't seen it, but the comic series was very entertaining. I also enjoyed The Boys, although it took things up a notch from Preacher.
That's a good episodeMidsomer Murders ‘Made to Measure’ rerun.
Victims are dispatched with a very heavy old tailors shears.
Barnaby gets fitted for a suit in a vintage tweed. Jones gets fitted for a suit like Cary Grant’s in ‘North by Northwest’.
Amazing that a small village, with one road in, can support a bespoke tailor while they can struggle in a big city.
Always a bit strange people want to see my hometown. Maybe I'm so used to it that I don't think it's anything special.‘Who do you think you are?’
I switched on when it was showing the street sign for Bloor Street West. So I treated it as a travelogue. Turns out it was for a Canadian comedian that I have never heard of. Both she and the archivist at the University of Toronto were wearing very nice jumpers. It was Winter with snow on the ground. She also visited Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her ancestors were ministers of religion and one was the original head man at the institution that became university of Toronto. She also had connection to Poole, Dorset via the fish trade. Easy viewing until the news came on.
I'd say less than 2 hours per week for me and that 2 hours could be split into different sessions. I do have Netflix on sometimes when I'm ironing or doing something mundane, but that's more for the audio than the video.I think I've asked this before - how much TV do people actually watch?
Most days I watch exactly zero, naught, nothing zilch TV. The TV has its own room. Up the other end of the house.
Most weeks I watch the same - nothing.
Sometimes I peek at news while Ms watches it.
Occasionally I watch an hour or two.
Same with Netflix.
I do watch a few things like Derry Girls 3 episodes at a time.
I did watch a doco on Andre The Giant the other night.
Cool. I’ll try Dark next, though I can’t read subtitles while using gym equipment (answering fxh ’s question: I watch about 40 mins of stuff each day at the gym and then another 30mins in bed).havent seen that. im in season 2 of Dark. highly recommended. watch it in the original german.
glow s3 sucked
new dark crystal today
new show on amazon carnival row looks interesting
it really is a terrible showTried to watch the BBC series Years and Years and it is horrible socio-political propaganda with zero warmth and ability to do anything other then lecture the viewer with a frigid and false attempt to illicit the right response. More wooden than a 1950's news reader speaking in the Queen's English.
That's reminded me of something a bit odd. When I was at uni, a few of us got together at a classmate's place for a study session before the end of semester. At lunchtime, she asked if we wanted some toast. When I answered yes, she pulled out a (rather deep) kitchen drawer and deposited a couple of slices of bread in it.Derry Girls. The first one the missus saw was: 'Protestants keep toasters in the cupboard', and we were still laughing an hour later.
Netflix for me is like Uber. Lyft or others will come along but unless I am not getting what I want out of my primary service - why change?Apple TV+ streaming service: Price, release date and shows
Apple's streaming service to rival Netflix and Amazon is now available. Here's what you need to know about the Apple TV+ subscription service, channels, and content.www.macworld.co.uk
Anyone would consider?