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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by RLWEBB, Jul 27, 2021.
I think it's a Prime original.
I started it but got bored. It had some really slow spots.
Sorry, but I don't have ANY pay TV service and the never-ending commercials on the "antennae" stations has just about made me quit watching TV completely but ... I still watch "Tales of Wells Fargo", "Blue Bloods" and assorted western or action movies occasionally.
The last time I did have a "Pay" service was when "Breaking Bad" was on, after that ... I gave it up.
Amazon Prime. I think you can do a free trial and it’d definitely be worth it.
I just ordered a complete set of “ancient aliens”. it was a history channel show. When I can find time I’m excited to start watching it
Beat me to it
Yeh finished the last episode last night. Wish there was more.
Saw on the news today that Bob Odenkirk passed out on set while filming BCS. Had to hospitalized.
On IMDb, it’s free
Anyone watched “Let Him Go?” Kevin Costner and Diane Lane in 1950’s. Half way through. Slow….but digging it.
Could have been way better but it was decent overall I rectal
Forgot about Kingdom. I loved it. About a family that fights in MMA and runs their own gym. Some great characters.
I just finished all of them. Damn good show.
Recently added tv service again and only because I finally added net (package). After having boycotted TV forever and a day, I must admit to having suffered culture shock. Agree with the OP over there not being much worth watching. Uninterested in watching unattractive naked people on an island (no earthly idea what that retarded series may be called and don't want to know). However, I did watch two very interesting documentaries over the past few days having to do with ships. Captain Trae (whom made fun of my lack of TV programming knowledge) had to tell me the name of one series, called "Deadliest Catch". That is a very good series. Learned how they toss the line out to the King Crab cages for retrieval and was seriously impressed. Good wave action throughout all, as well (40 footers within the Bering Sea). The other show was about a shipwreck finally found from almost 200 years ago, the Pulaski: