Television, drug of the nation

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  • Yep, have love Sandman and pretty much everything Gaiman has done for years, so happy that they have finally found a way of getting it on screen,

  • Anyone watching the Netflix Woodstock 99 doc thinking, “I’ve definitely seen this before. I think”?

  • No, I saw a piece in the Guardian saying no one is doing that.

  • Fuck those guys. I’m not alone

  • Just finished Night Sky on prime. Deliberately measured pace but ultimately rewarding sci-fi with JK Simmons and Sissy Spacek.

    Just read that unfortunately it's not getting a second season but it's really worth a watch regardless. Best original series kinda thing I've seen in a while

  • So what happened to the resident evil is shite chat?

  • Felt the same. Slow start, but got very engrossing. Real shame it's cancelled.

  • As it's Tuesday, can we discuss last week's BCS?

    There's 1 thing I'm slightly confused about that I want to clear up.

  • Post in Television Spoilers I've not caught up yet

  • Trainwreck: Woodstock '99 was entertaining enough, wasn't really aware of it being a complete shit show.

  • I knew it was carnage, partly because I watched a good documentary about it, a year or so ago. It can't have been Trainwreck though, but I've no idea which one it was. Anyway, Saul...

  • Better call Saul -
    Finding the recent episodes dull and losing interest.
    Enjoyed Breaking Bad and previous Saul seasons.

  • Possibly part of it, but now I think it was some kind of fever dream after glancing through one of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen books, which features a kind of Mary Poppins character.

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Television, drug of the nation

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