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    Finished watching “The Queen’s Gambit.” I’m floored and devastated! Anya Taylor-Joy is the moment, period. How did Scott Frank go from “Godless” to this? That’s some baller shit right there. The Emmys owe him big at this stage of his career. I’ll write a deeper dive on this limited series later.

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    Finished Dexter and now started watching Six Feet Under. Not that entertaining, but still a good show imo.

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    Finished Vikings, currently working my way through The Last Kingdom and A Teacher

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    Brayden Fitzsimmons
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    Finished Dexter and now started watching Six Feet Under. Not that entertaining, but still a good show imo.

    Try to make it through the end. The finale of Six Feet Under makes you appreciate the series as a whole so much more.

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    Lance
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    Almost done with True Detective S1. Only going to watch the first season. Heard others were so so.

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    I just finished episode 4 of Pretend It’s a City, a conversation between Fran Lebowitz and Martin Scorsese about living in New York City. Of course, I’ve heard of Lebowitz but didn’t know much about her. She has a dry wit and a unique perspective on life and New York – reminds me a little of The Philosophy of Andy Warhol and Woody Allen and their take on life and things.

    I’m enjoying Fran Lebowitz’s world.

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    I’m watching Downton Abbey, just finished 5×08, but episode 9 (christmas special) doesn’t seem to be on Amazon Prime UK), not sure why this is. Does anyone know where i can watch this episode?

    FYC OSCARS

    PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN in all categories (inc. CAREY MULLIGAN & Emerald Fennell in Screenplay)

    THE FATHER in all categories (inc. Best Picture, ANTHONY HOPKINS, Olivia Colman & Adapted Screenplay)

    Lo Si (Diane Warren) for Original Song

    Chloe Zhao for Director

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    I’m watching Downton Abbey, just finished 5×08, but episode 9 (christmas special) doesn’t seem to be on Amazon Prime UK), not sure why this is. Does anyone know where i can watch this episode?

    It is on there – you just need to search for “Downton Abbey – A Moorland Holiday”

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    Been watching Scandal after avoiding it for many years. It’s actually very entertaining. I’m halfway through season 3 and every episode from the season 1 penultimate episode has been very engaging. Kerry Washington is phenomenal as is the entire cast. Where the hell is their SAG Ensemble nomination???

    Tony Goldwyn never got nominated for anything? uhm what the hell? He’s outstanding and was Emmy win-worthy in season 2. Bellamy Young is also simply captivating in a role that is surprisingly interesting for what it actually is. Jeff Perry, Dan Bucatinsky, Joe Morton, Kate Burton and Joshua Malina are all standouts as well.

    7 seasons though… sigh… I just hope at least the first 5 are on a similar level of good because i’m really enjoying it.

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    Almost done with True Detective S1. Only going to watch the first season. Heard others were so so.

    I’ve only seen season 3 with Mahershala Ali and it was very good. I recommend it.

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    Been slacking on TV the past few months with all the films that have been coming out, but I’m planning on starting to catch up on TV starting soon. This is my main watchlist for the near future (in no particular order).

    Ted Lasso
    Cobra Kai (all seasons)
    Search Party (all seasons)
    I May Destroy You (I know I know, I’m ashamed for not having finished it yet)
    Lovecraft Country
    Dickinson (season 2)
    WandaVision (weekly)

    Might also try to catch The Mandalorian, The Undoing, and Industry, but that’s probably after I watch everything above.

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    Person of Interest is now streaming on HBO Max. It’s the only procedural I’d ever recommend. (It’s so much more, though!)

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    Has anyone seen Roadkill? The main draw for me was Hugh Laurie, but the series is terrible. Not sure what it’s trying to do. Episodes lead nowhere, involving silly political drama and desperate family storylines. Still, Laurie makes it more bearable to go through the four episodes.

    Oh gosh that might have been the worst show I saw last year. Completely unrealistic political drama and I found some of the character arcs quite mundane. I enjoyed McRory and Laurie’s performances though. How could David Hare fall so much in quality?

    FYC OSCARS : PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN IN ALL CATEGORIES (ESP. ACTRESS – Carey Mulligan AND ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY — EMERALD FENNELL), VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", ESSIE DAVIS FOR "BABYTEETH"

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    Just finished Broadchurch. I think it’s the fastest i’ve ever watched a series.

    Olivia Colman really did that. Definitely her best performance, she was absolutely phenomenal.

    David Tennant was also fantastic, should have gotten a bafta nom as well.

    Julie Hesmondhalgh in Season 3 was divine, been a fan of her since Coronation Street. A very well deserved bafta nominee.

    FYC OSCARS

    PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN in all categories (inc. CAREY MULLIGAN & Emerald Fennell in Screenplay)

    THE FATHER in all categories (inc. Best Picture, ANTHONY HOPKINS, Olivia Colman & Adapted Screenplay)

    Lo Si (Diane Warren) for Original Song

    Chloe Zhao for Director

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    I finished rewatching Veep and jesus h christ it remains brilliant. From the first episode to that diabolical finale in which selina does the unforgivable and sacrifices Gary. The writing is top notch and the Jones are always going a mile a minute. The cast is everything but the obvious standout is Julia as Selina. The character she created who is so deplorable and ineffective and yet you cant help but root for her. Julia truly deserved everything she won for this show and then some. She should have won a couple of Globes and she really should have won them my for the last season. This is iconic from start to finish and I’m going to rewatch the show for a fifth time now

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