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I also didn't realise The Good Place was ending but thought it was done well.

We watched The October Faction. It was watchable but very odd. It really couldn't make it's mind up what it was I don't think.

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We finished the Arron Hernadez thing last night, I didn't know the case before watching so I was quite taken aback by the ending.

I've also finished The Good Place, I was only half watching the last two episodes though so I may go back and rewatch as I don't feel like it's finished in my head. :lol:

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I feel like I need to start the last series again: I binge watched the other series-es when I had my wisdom tooth out, eating ice cream and revelling in licit codeine and loved it, but I seem to have only half been half watching this series and haven't really got into it. It deserves more from me.

I just finished You, which I really enjoyed until the last couple of episodes when pleasing ridiculousness flipped into oh-come-on-now. And we've just re-watched S1 of The End of the Fucking World (as Mr G hadn't seen it) before starting S2, which I am so far loving.
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rosy wrote:
Tue Feb 04, 2020 12:49 am
I cried so hard through the final episode of The Good Place but it was just right....SPOILERS
Mate, give this an edit? I would have been really pissed off to read that tidbit if I hadn't seen the final already. It only came out on Friday, give people a chance!

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I cried so much through The Good Place, and I’m also glad I made time to watch it before my intermittent perusal of this thread.

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Luce wrote:
Tue Feb 04, 2020 3:51 pm
rosy wrote:
Tue Feb 04, 2020 12:49 am
I cried so hard through the final episode of The Good Place but it was just right....SPOILERS
Mate, give this an edit? I would have been really pissed off to read that tidbit if I hadn't seen the final already. It only came out on Friday, give people a chance!
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We’re a few episodes into The Stranger now and I feel like I must be missing something. I don’t think I care why/what/who.

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Sorry. I’ve edited - I didn’t mean to spoiler anything.
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We are now watching Picard on Amazon Prime, it’s really good.

I have only ever been a very casual Star Trek watcher, but I am enjoying it.

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Next In Fashion on Netflix. Tan France being fab-u-lous :love: and Alexa Chung being not terribly annoying actually. It’s basically Project Runway.
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I can't believe that they've cancelled Ray Donovan! :verm:

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I binged all of Locke and Key over the weekend, it was entertaining enough. I’d say more targeted at YA audience except it’s quite dark at times.

Not Netflix but now watching the Expanse on Prime which has been on my list for ages. Like Firefly but without the humour, it’s okay so far.

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I love the books but have never watched the series, Beatrix. My husband watches it happily enough.

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I'm binging on the Stranger which is perfect Saturday night viewing I think.

I might be alone here but I'm so unbelievably tired of The Good Place I can't wait for it to end, not sure I even care.
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Red wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:59 pm
I'm binging on the Stranger which is perfect Saturday night viewing I think.

I might be alone here but I'm so unbelievably tired of The Good Place I can't wait for it to end, not sure I even care.
I gave up on it after 3 episodes, I found it really irritating.
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I felt like that Red. In the end I was glad I saw the last one for completeness but you could just get away with that one and the penultimate one. I wish I hadn't wasted my time on the rest of the final series.
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Kenickie wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 4:19 pm
I felt like that Red. In the end I was glad I saw the last one for completeness but you could just get away with that one and the penultimate one. I wish I hadn't wasted my time on the rest of the final series.

Yep - I loved it to begin with but then it got very frantic and so, so repetitive.
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I've just Wikipedia'ed The Good Place so as not to have to watch it.

Anyone watching The Pharmacist?

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The fact that I still haven’t bothered watching the second half of the last series of The Good Place suggests that I feel that way too, Red. I loved the earlier ones. I will get round to watching it at some point, though.

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lazzbo wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 6:06 pm
Anyone watching The Pharmacist?
Is that about a mad scientist and his grandson? S was on about something she thinks I should watch with that premise, but I thought it had Russians in the title. If it is the one she meant, she thinks it is good, for what that's worth :)).

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