I thought somewhere to comment on or suggest TV programs might be a good subject as it tends to get put in amongst other threads so not easy to find later on.
We watched the last of the Vigil series on Friday night, it's been quite well done, about faslane and Russian spies on a submarine, also started the second series of Manhunt with Clunsie playing a very odd part as a rozza.
Also a really good USA series, man with a plan, very funny.
We started watching the latest series of The Syndicate last night on iPlayer. I was surprised to see that the one we are watching was series 4...I can recall watching the first series (one based around a bunch of supermarket workers I think) but hadn't realised that we had missed 2 whole series. Anyway, it was enjoyable.
I am G. Storm in a teacup. Juveniles and those of a certain disposition have always cast slurs and shouted abuse especially in most sporting events. I doubt it will ever stop in the heat of the game. But I still say it's way down on the priority list imho where serious carnage and physical loss is concerned.
The Larkins, I only mention that as I'm reading David Jasons latest book and he mentions that the producers asked his opinion on it, but they only seem to have mentioned the Ma & Pa characters and he thought it a good idea, but I'm not sure he will have liked the rest of it, and the press has given it a right pounding so I can't see it getting a series two.
We recorded "The Disappearance" earlier this year on 5 Star. It had 18 episodes up to August. Just tried to wade through them and gave up at episode 4.
American mumbling bordering on ridiculous soap type series. Binned the lot now.
I deliberately avoided labelling it crap Kev. Weird, disjointed and unbelievable as we were always hoping it would get better. Maybe on my own and concentrating on the flash backs and old personalities popping up now and again but having to ask or answer what happened there kinda made it hard to follow the continuity.
We have a few series recorded earlier this year. Some great and some not so but you can't always ditch them after the first and intro episode.
I suppose if it's laid out well enough you don't know til the end, wasn't game of thrones a bit like that, although I only watched two trailers for it and thought it was a bit naff apart from the Queen or whoever she was meant to be Emilia Clarke.
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