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Biggledyboo

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Quiet Friday night in - up early tomorrow driving down south. So I've just finished up 'Stranger Things.' A pretty decent little series by Netflix. A massive nod at 80's Sci-Fi. The genre usually isn't my thing but I really enjoyed it. Nothing too flashy, but still worth a watch.

So now I'm stuck. Anyone recommend a good series I can get into?

I keep wanting to watch 'Sons of Anarchy'...But for some reason I never give it a go.
 

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SoA is a great show, Breaking Bad, The Blacklist, Designated Survivor, Dexter, Game of Thrones, Sleepy Hollow, Ray Donovan, House of Cards, Prison Break, and the Sequel,
 

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Hunting Hitler, The Curse of Oak Island, Coopers Gold.
 

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Blacklist is good especially James Spader's character. If you can get Amazon the Black Sails is really good, a prequel to Treasure Island.
 

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I asked my Mrs for her choices Emerdale, Coronation Street, Eastenders, Doctors, Then I lost interest
 

Biggledyboo

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SoA is a great show, Breaking Bad, The Blacklist, Designated Survivor, Dexter, Game of Thrones, Sleepy Hollow, Ray Donovan, House of Cards, Prison Break, and the Sequel,
I've heard good things about this.
About the guy who fixes problems for celebrities? Added to my list! Cheers!

Suits, easy watching American Lawyer series that still makes me chuckle, you will be hooked after the first episode.
Brilliant! Thanks! Whenever I catch up with my dad, he raves about this show. Definitely will give this a go now!
 

Biggledyboo

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I asked my Mrs for her choices Emerdale, Coronation Street, Eastenders, Doctors, Then I lost interest
Installed some Inverters at the Emmerdale studios in Leeds a few years ago. Got caught in the prop room messing about with stuff. Had to be escorted everywhere after that! :D:D
 

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If you like cop shows Line of Duty, all three episodes watched in order are brilliant. They bulldozer over any other cop programme.
 

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I'm watching Homeland at the moment which I'm enjoying.

The last series I watched was Fringe which is a really good sci-fi show.


I don't normally watch cartoons but Rick and Morty is bloody brilliant!
 

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Sons of Anarchy is a fantastic show followed very closely by Ray Donovan ( I am just re-watching Ray Donovan it's that good.
I had the same issue with SOA for ages I couldn't give it enough attention but once I got into it i found it to be one of the best shows I've seen.
Blindspot is well worth a watch aswell.
 
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