Discussion in 'Notable TV' started by That Bowie Girl, Sep 12, 2016.
Last Of The Summer Wine series 21.
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is the last series I've seen. I loved season one; I thought it was great. The second season lost focus and tried to go in too many directions at the same time. So while it was the most watched new network TV series in its first season, I can see why FOX cancelled it after its second season. The actress Summer Glau was the highlight of the show - she did a wonderful job playing Cameron - a terminator who had been reprogrammed to protect John Connor. Watching her transform from acting completely robotic to becoming more like an actual human being as she learned more about human nature was so interesting. Her acting was perfect because she really moved like a cyborg and initially had the expression of one but then she showed a more human side as her character Cameron learned from people. Summer Glau has the potential to become a star!
Last Of The Summer Wine series 22.
The Golden Girls.
Last Of The Summer Wine series 23.
Last Of The Summer Wine series 24.
Saw the 2015 miniseries And Then There Were None.
I've read the novel many years ago and remember the plot twist - but I didn't remember who the killer was! Spent the entire series trying to remember before it was revealed.
- The end of "The Mandalorian".
- "The Witcher" Episode 2.
- More Simpsons and South Park.
Last Of The Summer Wine series 25.
Vikings Season 6 Part 1
Some important deaths this season, not too many left to kill off.
The Persuaders! is proving a thoroughly enjoyable series. With witty repartee, good chemistry and some lovely location work.
There's a zeitgeist also. It's very 1972, and the most fun is to spot the familiar faces. Of which there are no end.
(^ Unfortunately, I'm not watching the HD version advertised here, but on an upscaled DVD).
Fawlty Towers series 1.
- Picard Episode 5 (She´s back! And with a vengeance!)
Fawlty Towers series 2.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 1
I was a big Gilmore Girls fan so I was eager to see Amy Sherman-Palladino's new offering - and it doesn't disappoint.
There's a certain superficial similarity between the two shows - the two fast-talking female leads, the starched mother and academic father, the ex-husband she just can't quite seem to shake - but, thanks in part to being freed from network constraints, it goes into some quite different territory.
I had to do some Googling to remind myself who Icheb was (I haven't seen Voyager in some time) but it was still an emotional ride.
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