Netflix. Anything worth watching???
No love for Orphan Black? It’s tremendous.
My wife liked the first season of this, I thought it was utter tripe! But each to their own!
Dirk Gentlys Holistic Detective Agency
Was good fun, really liked it.
Since Netflix enabled downloads they became my most used TV service, great on the train in the evening.
Narcos, Stranger things, Archer, Suits (yes it’s cheese, but still enjoyable IMO), 13 Reasons Why, Jessica Jones, Uncle plus others.Posted 6 months agomahaloSubscriber
was just gonna say Fargo!!
for British stuff you have Inside No 9 & Black mirror, line of duty, Luther… or if you need a bit more easy watching, Still Game is on there, and loads of Alan Partridge is too!
oh…. Wet Hot American Summer!!
and must not forget Love and Master Of None!!Posted 6 months agoTom_W1987Member
As a tv show, it’s so bad it’s funny. As a biologist, it is also so bad that it is funny.
It’s a brilliant cross between Jurassic Park, Jumanji and the Walking Dead. The show was a bit boring in season 1, but it is so pitch perfectly ridiculous in season 2 that I’m worried that season 3 won’t be able to topple the irreverent and downright idiotic hilarity.
Posted 5 months agoseadog101Subscriber
I like it for the documentaries:
Icarus – All about the doping going on around the Russian sporting system. Some of the revelations make you wonder why Russian athletes are allowed to compete anywhere.
Cowspiracy / Food Inc / What the Health – have steered me toward thinking about being a vegetarian/vegan (not commited yet, but giving it a go)
Laughed my t**s off at Louis CK’s stand-up sets.Posted 5 months ago
+1 for Master of None.blueflamespecialMember
People Just Do Nothing is an absolute gem if you like your mockumentaries.
Very clearly influenced by The Office. Great characters – Chabuddy G is excellent.
Come to think of it, all series may currently be available on iplayer to coincide with the release of series 4.
Keep it Kurupt!Posted 5 months agosanernameSubscriber
I directed a film called The Hippopotamus*, which is based on a novel by Stephen Fry and that went up on Netflix last week. It’s a bit divisive, probably split on your feelings about the author of the book, but a lot of people seem to have enjoyed it.
*I don’t get any money from people watching the film on Netflix, so technically this isn’t spam.Posted 5 months ago
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