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  1. waspish

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    Just the 6
     
  2. Ghandi's Flip Flops

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    Really liked it. Shades of Blade Runner with the sets, costume etc.

    Only thing that started to grate a few episodes in was the female cop who seemed to turn into a neurotic headcase, who was permenately angry lashing out at friends & foes alike.
    Think it was a tad overdone & not needed, becoming slightly detrimental to the character as a whole.
     
  3. bobmcfc

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    McMafia is very good so far
     
  4. Gareth Barry Manilow

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    May have to give McMafia a go now I've got through the torture of the last 2 series of Being Human
     
  5. bobmcfc

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    USA or UK?
     
  6. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Not a series but did anyone watch “The sex robots are coming” on CH4 last night?

    I haven’t laughed so much in ages. Had to be a pisstake surely.
     
  7. talkativesprout

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    It's this type of gritty realism that kept me hooked. I find it's usually glossed over in most drama
     
  8. waspish

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    Just was looking at anticipated tv shows just name a few you can look them up on IMDb
    Krypton
    The crossing
    The Terror
    Stargate origins
    Deception
    Instinct
    Tom Clancy Jack Ryan
    Barry
    Marvel Cloak&Dagger
    Killing eve
    Trust
    The Rain
    Deep State
    Greyzone
     
  9. Hart of the Matter

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    I thought it was gripping but the acting was wooden. I know he is meant to be stoic but the lack of emotional response was worse than Marlon Brando
     
  10. dublinblue12

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    Watching marcella on Netflix, not sure how missed this one, bit far fetched but good Brit drama
     

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