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  1. I'm back using Netflix and all the shows I watched haven't had any other new seasons. What are you guys watching so I can get ideas for me to watch. I like almost anything really. Last night I watched a documentary on a basketball team and it was interesting but not hooking me. Thanks in advance.
  2. Might as well start it off with this thread ? what have you guys watched while the boards boards have been down? me: Rampage 2.5/5 Logan 5/5 Flower 3.5/5 Set It Up 4/5 (seriously, this was an actual good romcom)
  3. Shows are Programs you put on to play in the background while you do something else or fall asleep to. This was inspired by @CitizenVectron and @ort's posts in the Seinfeld thread. I USED to just have CNN on in the background while I worked but since I now work in news (at least partially) I don't want to be surrounded by the News of the Day all day. So if I'm not listening to Pandora or Spotify while I work or workout, I'll have one of several staples on in the background. My goto is almost ALWAYS The Twilight Zone original series. It's my favorite show of all time and for YEARS I would turn it on before I went to sleep and fall asleep watching it. I own the box set on DVD but now thatit's on most streaming services (or has been) I can just queue it up on my service of choice. My other goto is pretty much any of the classic Shaw Brothers Kung fu flicks like Five Deadly Venoms or The Kid with The Golden Arm. I own most of these on DVD and will pop one in when I can't think of anything else to watch. Some of these are streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime though do I can watch them there. Lastly there's my trashy reality TV stuff that I'll turn on the tv and turn off my brain for. Stuff like 90 Day Fiance and it's million spinoffs or true crime shit like Fear Thy Neighbor or Evils Lives Here Mind you this is stuff I put on when I just need something playing in the background. This isn't stuff Itake too seriously (except for the Twilight Zone and Shaw Brothers... I'll fight you if you talk shit about those) What are some of the shows you guys have playing in the back ground. My buddy is a Law and Order guy (mixed with various Adult Swim shows) and my ex used to have Golden Girls playing in the background.
  4. Ed Asner Dies: TV Icon Who Played Lou Grant Was 91 DEADLINE.COM Ed Asner, the legendary actor, activist and philanthropist, passed away peacefully Sunday. He was 91. Hell of a run!
  5. Appropriately enough, we can kick this reboot off with Harvey Weinstein.
  6. Trevor Moore Dies: Co-Founder Of ‘The Whitest Kids U Know’ Was 41 DEADLINE.COM Trevor Moore Dies: Co-Founder Of 'The Whitest Kids U Know' Was 41 Too many gallons of PCP
  7. I decided to give this a shot yesterday after hearing about the high quality of its production values are and my God, they weren't kidding at all! You can absolutely tell that the Amazon money was put to good use here, especially with the cast of Riz Ahmed, Kat Dennings, Taron Egerton, Neil Gaiman (the narrator), James McAvoy, Samantha Morton, Bebe Neuwirth, Andy Serkis, and Michael Sheen. It's essentially a very faithful adaptation of the first story arcs in the series (Preludes and Nocturnes, The Doll’s House, and Dream Country). In fact, the main criticism I've seen of the audio drama is that it might be too faithful to the original source material, especially in regard to keeping all of the 1980s cultural references intact. But if that's not a problem for you, then I can say to dive in without hesitation! The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, Dirk Maggs | Audiobook | Audible.com WWW.AUDIBLE.COM Check out this great listen on Audible.com. Please note: This content is not for kids. It is for mature audiences only. Just like the original graphic novels, this audio adaptation contains explicit language and graphic violence, as well as strong sexual content and themes. Discretion is advised. ...
  8. NBCU’s Fandango Combines Vudu, FandangoNow Into Single Streaming Outlet That Will Be Roku’s Official Movie & TV Store DEADLINE.COM NBCUniversal's Fandango is merging streaming services Vudu and FandangoNow, and the new combo will be Roku's official movie and TV store.
  9. Matt Damon Says Daughter Taught Him Not To Use 'F-Slur For A Homosexual' Months Ago | HuffPost WWW.HUFFPOST.COM We repeat: months ago.
  10. Comic-Con at Home Schedule: How to Watch TV Series and Movie Panels WWW.THEWRAP.COM San Diego Comic-Con 2021, the second Comic-Con@Home edition of the beloved pop culture event, kicks off its three-day run tomorrow. Nobody even noticed this was still happening this year?
  11. AT&T Adds 2.8M HBO And HBO Max Subscribers In Q2, Smashes Wall Street Forecasts DEADLINE.COM HBO and HBO Max added 2.8 million subscribers in the second quarter, reaching 47 million in the U.S. and helping parent AT&T handily beat Wall Street forecasts. Total AT&T revenue of $44 bi… Meanwhile Netflix seems to be feeling the effects of more competition Netflix Adds 1.5 Million Total Subscribers, But Loses Ground in U.S./Canada WWW.HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM Netflix reported its second quarter 2021 earnings on Tuesday, after missing expectations in Q1.
  12. I guess it's the difference between watching cable TV, going to curated screenings, live premieres, etc vs streaming networks where you consume everything at your convenience. Which do you like most? If you prefer the second (most probably will), are there any instances where you miss the former, or even prefer it? Do you think there's something positive to be said of that experience, or do you think the netflix queue approach is better entirely?
  13. We got any Muppets fans here? I've recently started watching The Muppet Show, and I've been hooked.
  14. Amazon Said to Make $9 Billion Offer for MGM VARIETY.COM The ecommerce giant has been in talks to acquire the legendary studio and its library for several weeks. $9b doesn't seem to be that much. Either that or everything tech has absolutely ruined my perception of a company's value. I have to imagine Legally Blonde is worth that, alone.
  15. Paul Mooney, Comedian and Writer for Richard Pryor, Dies at 79 VARIETY.COM Paul Mooney, the comedian, actor and writer for Richard Pryor, died on Wednesday morning, his representative confirmed. He was 79.
  16. This stems from the following article at Variety John Campea went on a deep dive about this as well:
  17. Lady Gaga's dad speaks out following 'appalling' attack against dog walker WWW.CNN.COM Lady Gaga's father, Joe Germanotta is speaking out following the horrifying attack on Wednesday that left his daughter's dog walker shot and her two French bulldogs stolen.
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