Your favourite TV shows?

BlackSilver

Semi-Pro
Watched the three first episodes of Supergirl and didn't like it. Will keep watching it at least a few more episodes.

Flash still good until episode six at least, mainly thanks to Cavanagh and decent plot. Hopefully Dominic Purcell returns to the series.
 

Vcore89

Talk Tennis Guru
Loved The Flash and [Green] Arrow crossover.:cool: Also loved [a while back] Arrow and Constantine crossover.:cool: Hope they will revive Constantine.
 

The Green Mile

Bionic Poster
Hoping they bring back Death back in Supernatural. It just didn't feel right, the way he "died" or whatever you want to call it.

My favourite ever scene from the show,

 

PeteUK

New User
I've been watching the wire again as it's been a couple of years, on season 2 at the moment. Forgot just how much of an idiot Ziggy was, really unlikeable character.

Started watching the man in the high castle on amazon, interesting concept that hides a few flaws in the show itself but quite watchable.
 

Sysyphus

Talk Tennis Guru
Loved Homeland's season 4. Have been playing catch-up and will be jumping on the currently airing season 5.
It picked itself a bit up after a so-so third season. Definitely one of the smarter shows around, I think.

Also enjoyed the premier season of Netflix's Master of None more than I thought I would. Rather funny. Pretty much about being around 30 in an urban area today. Touches on some social issues like subtle racism and sexism in a non-annoying way.
 

Feña14

G.O.A.T.
Loved Homeland's season 4. Have been playing catch-up and will be jumping on the currently airing season 5.
It picked itself a bit up after a so-so third season. Definitely one of the smarter shows around, I think.

Also enjoyed the premier season of Netflix's Master of None more than I thought I would. Rather funny. Pretty much about being around 30 in an urban area today. Touches on some social issues like subtle racism and sexism in a non-annoying way.

Really didn't like the 4th season personally, far too much of Carrie going off the rails for my liking.

5th season has been very good though.
 

MichaelNadal

Bionic Poster
Rumple/Mr Gold is the best! "Hello dearie!"

Lovvvve it. The last ep I watched was where you finally find out what the Queen's beef with Snow White was. I was like :eek:
I love how each episode takes place both in the past and present. Oh, and yeah, Mr. Gold is everything. "Would you like to make a deal?" "ALL magic has a price.

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WarriorRafa

Hall of Fame
Lovvvve it. The last ep I watched was where you finally find out what the Queen's beef with Snow White was. I was like :eek:
I love how each episode takes place both in the past and present. Oh, and yeah, Mr. Gold is everything. "Would you like to make a deal?" "ALL magic has a price.

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I have all OUAT episodes in my laptop. Season 1 is still my favourite. The other seasons are very good as well.
 

The Green Mile

Bionic Poster
Death may reappear in Season 12 after they are done with Darkness' storyline this Season 11.
I thought this would be the last season for some reason. What can be bigger than the antagonist we have now in this season? Interesting anyway. Wonder how many more seasons they will do?...
 

Vcore89

Talk Tennis Guru
I thought this would be the last season for some reason. What can be bigger than the antagonist we have now in this season? Interesting anyway. Wonder how many more seasons they will do?...

I trust they will push through with a neat dozen.

Love having Darkness, Lucifer, King Of Hell and (his mother) the Scottish witch Rowena all appear in one episode in S11 ep. 9. Plus Heaven smiting someone.;)
 

Minion

Hall of Fame
Started watching Bates Motel recently, just started S03. Not bad, them's some really troubled people:eek: ......which concerns me a little, seeing as I used have those kind of blackouts as well when I was younger. Looking forward to the next American Horror story:)
 

BlackSilver

Semi-Pro
Anyone watched Star Trek enterprise?

Never watched it, and don't know if it is closer to Voyager or one of the first three series (probably the first)
 

acura9927

Semi-Pro
What did everyone think of the season finale for Fargo? I thought the show ended on a high note episode 7. The finale seemed slow, tame.
 

movdqa

Talk Tennis Guru
Anyone watched Star Trek enterprise?

Never watched it, and don't know if it is closer to Voyager or one of the first three series (probably the first)

The timeframe is before the original series so it covers how the tech in the original series developed. It provides a lot of backstory too for the original series. You sometimes get the feeling that it's more like a submarine than a star ship. The writing suffered in the later seasons and some of the early threads never really got resolved. It had a lot of potential but they apparently had trouble going somewhere.

It's decent science fiction, especially if you've seen the original series.
 

ollinger

G.O.A.T.
My new favorite show is "Master Chef Canada." The original "Master Chef" was unwatchable because Gordon Ramsey and Joe Bastianich were so cruel to the competitors. Solution? Do the same show in Canada, where people are relentlessly polite. The judges here practically trip over themselves trying not to hurt the feelings of the cooks. Much more relaxing to watch.
 

Feña14

G.O.A.T.
My new favorite show is "Master Chef Canada." The original "Master Chef" was unwatchable because Gordon Ramsey and Joe Bastianich were so cruel to the competitors. Solution? Do the same show in Canada, where people are relentlessly polite. The judges here practically trip over themselves trying not to hurt the feelings of the cooks. Much more relaxing to watch.

Do you get the original UK Masterchef over there? l've seen the Australian, American, South African version, they don't come close to the original and best imo.

The judges over the years have been Michel Roux jnr and Marcus Wareing, both 2 star Michelin chefs. The food the final 10 contestants come up with looks incredible! Without a doubt the best talent show on tv for me.
 

ollinger

G.O.A.T.
^^ I think we only got the one with Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich, and the heavy-set American chef with white eyeglass frames as the judges. It was just too brutal to watch them reduce the competitors to tears all the time.
 

Feña14

G.O.A.T.
^^ I think we only got the one with Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich, and the heavy-set American chef with white eyeglass frames as the judges. It was just too brutal to watch them reduce the competitors to tears all the time.

Ahh ok, that seems to be the formula for most talent based shows these days. The British Masterchef has been going for 20+ years in various formats and the BBC do it well.

The professionals version finishes on Christmas eve. The whole of this series is on youtube if you're into that.
 

Mike Bulgakov

G.O.A.T.
The original "Master Chef" was unwatchable because Gordon Ramsey and Joe Bastianich were so cruel to the competitors. Solution? Do the same show in Canada, where people are relentlessly polite. The judges here practically trip over themselves trying not to hurt the feelings of the cooks. Much more relaxing to watch.
I agree with this. The shows where some belligerent and abusive host berates people are not entertaining to me. I don't watch many cooking shows, but watch "Chopped" on occasion. I have actually learned things about cooking from the show, which is intriguing for a person like me, who is not allowed in a kitchen by anyone who knows me. For me, the best cooking show ever is the "Iron Chef" from Japan.
 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
The Knick is a great series. The Victorian time period is very well achieved.
Great to see you back, Rusty.

When I read "Victorian time period" I thought this might be something to give my Mum on her IPad since Downton Abbey is coming to a close.
However, acco to the wiki page:

The Knick was impressive, intense television - with fascinating, oft-gruesome topics brought ferociously to the forefront by Soderbergh's adept hand. It was hard to watch at times, both due to gore and pure depressing content, but it was always thought-provoking and incredibly well-rendered."[15]
 

WarriorRafa

Hall of Fame
What did everyone think of the season finale for Fargo? I thought the show ended on a high note episode 7. The finale seemed slow, tame.

It was slow compared to the penultimate episode, yes, but still pretty good. Loved the cameos by Allison Tolman and Keith Carradine.
Ed's death scene was fantastic acting by Kirsten Dunst,loved how she imagined the scenes from the movie she watched with Dodd, Milligan's 'act of cruelty',Hanzee turning out to be a character from season 1(along with the two boys he was watching).
Honestly, when a season has been that good, the finale being a bit slow shouldn't really be off-putting.
 

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