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TheSensualLady
Posted: Friday, October 11, 2019 3:33:42 PM
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The History Channel
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Posted: Friday, October 11, 2019 7:32:00 PM
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MSNBC: Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell


All I'm saying is you've never seen me crying and eating tacos at the same time.

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Posted: Saturday, October 12, 2019 7:46:56 AM
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Mendalla
Posted: Saturday, October 12, 2019 10:47:16 AM
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Been watching an odd little series on Youtube. It's made by Russian channel called ASM and it's basically an animated monster movie. Starts off as almost a parody, but later develops into a fairly good, if weird, kaiju (Japanese monsters like Godzilla) movie. It's called Godzilla vs. King Kong but really has no relationship to the classic Godzilla movie of that title or the upcoming American one other than having both Godzilla (multiple versions thereof) and King Kong.


AnnaMayZing
Posted: Saturday, October 12, 2019 2:40:19 PM
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I just discovered a show called Deutschland 83. It has been around a couple of years but I hadn't seen it. It is about a young East German soldier who is recruited to become a spy for the KGB by posing as a West German army officer who is the Aide to a high ranking German officer involved with the placing of American Pershing II nuclear missiles in West Germany at the height of the cold war.
It is an excellent series although if you don't like subtitles (German language) you may not like it.

Edit: And now, Deutschland '86. Excellent sequel.

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Molly
Posted: Saturday, May 30, 2020 3:10:52 PM
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I kept seeing previews for The Alienist Season 2, I'm not sure how I missed this one before, but I have just started Season 1.

Has anyone else watched it?

gillianleeza
Posted: Friday, June 5, 2020 10:53:05 PM
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Molly wrote:
I kept seeing previews for The Alienist Season 2, I'm not sure how I missed this one before, but I have just started Season 1.

Has anyone else watched it?



I watched the first season and I enjoyed it. I liked the main characters with all their flaws and the grittiness of the city scenes. I'm looking forward to the next season.

Some of my stuff.
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/learning-to-fly.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/misery-loves-company.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/we-always-go-on.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/heart-flutters.aspx
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Posted: Sunday, June 14, 2020 3:22:19 PM
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I’ve just started watching Hidden season two. It’s a crime drama filmed in North Wales not too far from where I grew up. It’s partly in Welsh (with subtitles) partly in English. I learned Welsh in school and I’m quite impressed at how many words I can still remember (but not enough to do away with the subtitles laughing6 )

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Molly
Posted: Wednesday, June 24, 2020 11:48:11 AM
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gillianleeza wrote:
I watched the first season and I enjoyed it. I liked the main characters with all their flaws and the grittiness of the city scenes. I'm looking forward to the next season.


I rushed through it thinking the second season had already started. Now I'm sitting here anxiously waiting for the next one to start. Boo.

I really liked it. It has a Ripper Street vibe and that one was great. It lost some of it ooph for a bit, but I enjoyed it.

I'm currently in a show limbo.

AnnaMayZing
Posted: Wednesday, June 24, 2020 12:54:25 PM
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Molly wrote:


I rushed through it thinking the second season had already started. Now I'm sitting here anxiously waiting for the next one to start. Boo.

I really liked it. It has a Ripper Street vibe and that one was great. It lost some of it ooph for a bit, but I enjoyed it.

I'm currently in a show limbo.


I feel the same about A Discovery of Witches. Come on Sky, where is season 2? dontknow

The third part of this epic journey starts here... https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/drama/the-long-road-home-chapter-1.aspx

If anyone wishes to find the beginning of this epic saga, here it is:

https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/drama/-the-nurses-.aspx

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." George Santayana
gillianleeza
Posted: Monday, June 29, 2020 3:21:09 PM
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I've been watching Season Two of Dirty John. It focuses on a true life crime story. This season is about Betty Broderick who killed her ex-husband and his new wife. It's more of a dramatization than a documentary. It's my guilty trashy watch for now.

I haven't started it yet but The New Perry Mason is on my DVR. It's on HBO. I loved the original so I am hoping it is good.

Some of my stuff.
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/learning-to-fly.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/misery-loves-company.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/we-always-go-on.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/heart-flutters.aspx
AnnaMayZing
Posted: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 2:45:54 PM
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I have just watched a two-part mini-series on All4 (UK) called Frozen Sky from Germany.
It is set in 1967 and concerns a woman who's 6 year old son has behavioural problems.
The family live on a hop farm in a small Bavarian village near Munich.
The story is of the Mother's struggle to get a proper diagnosis of her son's condition which everyone around her believe is due to his poor upbringing and pure naughtiness.
In fact, the boy is Autistic, a condition which was little known back then.
I thoroughly recommend it as a truly absorbing story.


The third part of this epic journey starts here... https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/drama/the-long-road-home-chapter-1.aspx

If anyone wishes to find the beginning of this epic saga, here it is:

https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/drama/-the-nurses-.aspx

"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." George Santayana
gillianleeza
Posted: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:37:01 PM
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AnnaMayZing wrote:


I feel the same about A Discovery of Witches. Come on Sky, where is season 2? dontknow



They keep saying it will air in 2020 but nothing further has been announced. I hate it when they do that.

I watched Dracula on Netflix. It was an original three-part series. I watched the first episode and then forgot about it. I recently went back and finished it. The second and third episodes are better. It's a bit different than other adaptations. I enjoyed it



Some of my stuff.
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/learning-to-fly.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/misery-loves-company.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/we-always-go-on.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/heart-flutters.aspx
gillianleeza
Posted: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 3:50:19 PM
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Molly wrote:



I really liked it. It has a Ripper Street vibe and that one was great. It lost some of it ooph for a bit, but I enjoyed it.

I'm currently in a show limbo.


I liked Ripper Street too. I watched the first two seasons of Whitechapel when it was on Netflix. I just found it again in Amazon Prime and Hulu. I think I'll rewatch it. I can't remember much about it.



Some of my stuff.
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/learning-to-fly.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/misery-loves-company.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/we-always-go-on.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/heart-flutters.aspx
Molly
Posted: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 10:33:09 AM
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gillianleeza wrote:
I liked Ripper Street too. I watched the first two seasons of Whitechapel when it was on Netflix. I just found it again in Amazon Prime and Hulu. I think I'll rewatch it. I can't remember much about it.


I completely forgot about this show. I'll have to check it out.

While waiting for my other shows to start I've been deciding between rewatching Hannibal (I never watched the last two episodes) or finishing Orange is The New Black.

Molly
Posted: Thursday, July 2, 2020 9:05:22 AM
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I've just started Season 2 of The Order on Netflix.

The writing is not always the strongest and there are a few plot holes, but it's still good. I mean, enjoyed the first season enough to watch the second.

etairay
Posted: Tuesday, July 7, 2020 9:33:05 PM
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Just finished watching Cold Case Files on Netflix
Molly
Posted: Thursday, July 16, 2020 9:12:55 AM
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I'm watching Warrior Nun. There are a few things in it that are frustrating but it has kept my attention.

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Posted: Thursday, July 16, 2020 9:50:01 PM
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I needed some smiles - so I watched Iliza - Elder Millennial - I even understood some of her jokes!

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Molly
Posted: Thursday, July 30, 2020 1:20:16 PM
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The Alienist: Angel of Darkness

So far it's been good. I really enjoyed the first season.

gillianleeza
Posted: Friday, July 31, 2020 2:54:01 PM
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Molly wrote:
The Alienist: Angel of Darkness

So far it's been good. I really enjoyed the first season.


I'm watching it as well. It's keeping my interest and I'm looking forward to the next two new episodes airing.

Today I've been watching Food Networks shows I've recorded. Guy's Grocery Games and Chopped.

Some of my stuff.
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/learning-to-fly.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/memoirs/misery-loves-company.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/we-always-go-on.aspx
https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/poetry/heart-flutters.aspx
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Posted: Friday, July 31, 2020 5:57:19 PM
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Our two must-watch shows now are the Alienist and Perry Mason.



All I'm saying is you've never seen me crying and eating tacos at the same time.

Please take the time to read my contest entry for our competition.

https://www.storiesspace.com/stories/flash-fiction/-peen-goes-to-a-swimming-pool-.aspx
Molly
Posted: Wednesday, August 5, 2020 1:49:39 PM
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gillianleeza wrote:
I'm watching it as well. It's keeping my interest and I'm looking forward to the next two new episodes airing.

Today I've been watching Food Networks shows I've recorded. Guy's Grocery Games and Chopped.


I cannot believe that the season is almost done. It's too short.

At the moment it's Paranormal Caught on Camera. It's muted, but it's on.

Mendalla
Posted: Wednesday, August 5, 2020 2:00:07 PM
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gillianleeza wrote:


I watched Dracula on Netflix. It was an original three-part series. I watched the first episode and then forgot about it. I recently went back and finished it. The second and third episodes are better. It's a bit different than other adaptations. I enjoyed it



One of the first things to go on my list when I got back on NF last week. Not sure when I will have time to watch it, but vampires are a bit of an obsession with me.

First priority is finish Castlevania season 2 and watch season 3, which came out while I was off Netflix. Also Dracula, but a very different one.

And I've been watching my way through Love Death + Robots, an anthology series on Netflix created by Tim Miller (director of the Deadpool movies) and executive produced by him and David Fincher. 5-20 minute animated shorts mostly based on s-f and fantasy short stories. Mostly good, can be gory and/or raunchy at times.


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