TV Series

Paul Lake's Left Knee

Well-Known Member
4 Jan 2008
Fluffing the unfluffable
There are so many good TV series around at the moment, sadly some are coming to an end and there will be a void to fill, but i really like (and love in some cases) the below series

Breaking Bad - Concludes the coming series - starts August 2013
Dexter - Concludes the coming series - Starts June 2013
Homeland - ongoing - next series September 2013
Boardwalk Empire - 4th series announced - no date as yet
The Walking Dead - ongoing - 4th series announced - no date yet
Game of Thrones - currently in series 3 - announced for 4 (also 5 and 6)
Hannibal - first series ongoing - announced for second series more planned
Luther - 3rd series announced - late 2013
Sherlock - 3rd series announced - late 2013
24 - new series announced - 2014

Anymore i should be watching or have missed off??
Don't you do anything but watch tv?

I've only ever watched Sherlock on that list.
The Shield finished now but great 7 series, based round the strike team and their troubles keeping order on the streets while taking backhanders plus clashing with the police captain, wrote by Shawn Ryan

stars micheal chiklis, Catherine Dent, Walton Goggins, Michael Jace, Kenneth Johnson (III), Jay Karnes, Benito Martinez, CCH Pounder, Cathy Cahlin Ryan
guest stars glenn close, franka potenta and forest whittaker

Sons Of Anarchy season 6 to start in sept in USA, Kurt Sutter says it'll probably finish after season 7 , based around a biker club ran by clay morrow, drug running, guns etc, lot of the shield cast are in it at various points due to Sutter being a writer on The Shield

Sons of Anarchy Cast: Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Ron Perlman, Mark Boone Jr., Tommy Flanagan, Kim Coates, William Lucking, Maggie Siff, Theo Rossi

Also try The Unit, was 4 series long , bit like U.S version of that grant mitchell programme from years ago

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