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I'm running out of good TV shows. Recommend me a good one that I could watch either through my On Demand or Netflix.
Some of the recent shows I finished:
Now that I finally caught up on Dexter, I have no TV shows left to fill up my free time.
I never watched Seinfeld. Is it worth a watch?
I haven't seen these since they originally aired so who knows if they stand the test of time. Also I don't even know if they are available on Netflix.
"The Gangster Chronicles" a 1981 mini-series starring Michael Nouri (Don't get it confused with the documentary of the same name).
"Crime Story" 1986-1988 TV show
"Wiseguy" 1987-1990 TV show. The 1st season was the best. Don't wast your time with the 3rd season- the main actor (Ken Wahl) wanted more money so they wrote him off the show.
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Mad Men? There is some good 60's misogyny and some great female characters for you to hate.
If you read my other thread, you would know I already watched it and hate on a certain female from the show.
Crime Story was great at the time it originally aired, but I'd be shocked if it would still seem anywhere near as good today. Like you, I haven't rewatched it since I saw it in the 80's.
Is it worth it to invest my time into Californication? Or the showtime show with Don Cheadle (I forgot the name).
This post was edited by Coltsfan1832 19 months ago
murder one (first season only)
get a life
Watched the first 2 episodes of Strike Back on Cinemax On Demand last night. Quite violent. Gratuitous nude scenes. Terrorist themes. British accents Pretty watchable all-in-all.
Dora the Explorer
Game of Thrones if you don't watch already.
Also yes, for the most part I think Seinfeld is must-see tv.
YES AND YES!
Californication and House of Lies are both amazing.
You're a terrible television watcher for not being up to date on both series.
Edit: And while you're at it, catch up on the other show that runs with this block on Showtime, "Shameless". Best two hour block on television.
This post was edited by HEY you suck 19 months ago
I've heard "La Cage Aux Folles" has several TVs in it.
band of brothers
game of thrones
i think you said you like the walking dead and that you've already seen sopranos.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Parks and Rec
Take a gamble on "Peep Show"
It's a British comedy (7 seasons on Netflix streaming) filmed from the first person point of view. It's about a neurotic business type and a musician that live together in south London. The humor is driven by awkward situations, like a Seinfeld or Curb Your Enthusiasm. The British jargon isn't too hard to understand. I just went through all 7 seasons (very short seasons) in under two weeks.
Boss and Spartacus. Reppin' STARZ.
About to post this. Series 8 is through 3 episodes and it can be found on youtube. It's so awesome.
this is true.
also, two of my favoirte non hbo/showtime shows of all time are criminal minds and las vegas.
This show is awesome. Just watched this season's episodes on YouTube last night. Pretty sure the first 7 seasons (only 6 eps a season) are on hulu and Netflix.
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
We're just finishing up the 2nd season, very entertaining.
I watched the first 4 episodes of House of Lies just recently so I'm happy you guys suggested it.
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