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Originally posted by Berno:
Anyone see Flash Forward? I'm hooked.


I have been watching and have found it to be a bit boring. I don't care for Joseph Fiennes as the lead in it.

But, my wife thinks it has been great so far. I will keep going with it for awhile.
Only one mention of The Wire so far. Simply the best show ever made for television...and it never received a single Emmie nomination.

Currently enjoying S3 of Californication. It's off to a great start.
the first season i almost gave up, but this second season is really kickass!

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Originally posted by Berno:
My friend is a Joss Weedon nut and turned me onto Dollhouse. The show is fantastic. It just got picked up for its 2nd season.
i had the first 8 or 9 of them dvr'd and when it came time to finally watch i just gave up and deleted them. i need another tv show like i need a hole in my head. i heard it was decent tho.

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Originally posted by Berno:
Anyone see Flash Forward? I'm hooked.
COMPLETELY!!! Big Grin

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Originally posted by chum lee:
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"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."


As funny as anything ever put on tv
I think the breakout show for me this year is Modern Family. Tight scripts, hilarious cast, and funny as all get out.

The Middle has its moments, but those teenagers hit too close to home.
I'd highly recommend Modern Family and Glee. Your enjoyment of Glee would be enhanced if you have teenage children.

I am slowly catching up with the Good Wife. Nothing all that new there but well done.

For returning shows, How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang Theory, Big Love, and (later this year) Mad Men are worthy of your DVR space.

Neil
Anyone else out there watch Southland? I watched the first season on NBC and the season 2 premiere was on TNT last night. I find it to be a very entertaining show and thought they really did a good job last night.
Current shows I've been with since the beginning: Entourage, True Blood, How I Met Your Mother, South Park, Top Chef, The Office.

My newest Tivo season pass: Pawn Stars

Current shows I cannot get into: Lost(never appealed to me) Always Sunny...(Decently funny show, but Charlie's voice is like nails on a chalkboard to me and cannot sit through an episode because of it.

Show I wish never existed: Family Guy
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Anyone else out there watch Southland? I watched the first season on NBC and the season 2 premiere was on TNT last night. I find it to be a very entertaining show and thought they really did a good job last night.


I really enjoyed Southland but thought it had died forever - not sure we can get it here though Frown
Did anyone happen to catch the series finale of Nip/Tuck last night? Talk about a show ending, not with a bang, but a whimper.
This show seriously jumped the shark years ago, but it was still a guilty pleasure for me.
me and my wife just shook our heads at it's conclusion last night. horrible! Frown

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Originally posted by mneeley490:
Did anyone happen to catch the series finale of Nip/Tuck last night? Talk about a show ending, not with a bang, but a whimper.
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Originally posted by TBird:
Justified starts tonight at 10 on FX. i have high hopes.

Looks good from the previews. I just wish FX could produce a show that wasn't shot through a blue filter. (Or yellow filter, in the case of The Shield.)
Anyone watching the series Spartacus on the Starz Network?

I can handle the gratuitous sex, but the slow-motion blood-spurting gore is often more than I can deal with. I'm not recording it, but I drop in on an episode occasionally and become either captivated or repulsed.

Definitely not for the squeamish.
first episode, not so good, but i'm certainly not throwing the towel in yet.

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Originally posted by mneeley490:
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Originally posted by TBird:
Justified starts tonight at 10 on FX. i have high hopes.

Looks good from the previews. I just wish FX could produce a show that wasn't shot through a blue filter. (Or yellow filter, in the case of The Shield.)
Saw the first episode of The Pacific - maybe I was too tired when I watched it but I didn't really think it was that great - I don't think they did a great job introducing the characters or laying the foundations for the series - was confusing and kind of boring.

Maybe it was me - I would certainly try it again.
I love Netflix!

Mad Men is a great show.

5 Seasons of Weeds is available instanly. I'm halfway through Season 2, I've laughed hard a lot.
you missed out, big time, if you did not rethink this and go back and catch up. seriously...

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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Saw the first episode of The Pacific - maybe I was too tired when I watched it but I didn't really think it was that great - I don't think they did a great job introducing the characters or laying the foundations for the series - was confusing and kind of boring.

Maybe it was me - I would certainly try it again.
Has anyone else been watching: America - The Story of Us on the History Channel? The production value is not great, but there are some great historical facts/anecdotes that have held our interest.

Also, the new season of Burn Notice starts this week. Two words: Gabrielle Anwar. Cool
still hangin' in there with justified. the standout character is obviously boyd.

watched season 2 finale of united states of tara and like treme, i am officially throwing in the towel.

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Originally posted by TBird:
Justified starts tonight at 10 on FX. i have high hopes.
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Originally posted by TBird:


watched season 2 finale of united states of tara

[QUOTE]Originally posted by TBird:


The daughter in that show is so HOT! The show does kind of suck though. I liked the 1st season but maybe it should have been a one off.
I don't like USA network shows for the most part but enjoyed Covert Affairs. I thought Piper Perabo was great.
Nikita

Between this and Vampire Diaries, Thursdays will definitely be my guilty pleasure nights this year. But honestly, both are good shows. (And by that I mean both have ridiculously hot actresses. Wink )
Thought I'd bring it up again that Southland is a great show. Season 3 premiered on TNT last week, and it did not disappoint. It is probably my favorite show on TV at this point.
both "shameless" and "episodes" seems to be worthy as of their first showing this past sunday(showtime).

upcoming the new "sparticus"(starz) season with a semi different cast. IN!
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Originally posted by Wine Sparty:
Thought I'd bring it up again that Southland is a great show. Season 3 premiered on TNT last week, and it did not disappoint. It is probably my favorite show on TV at this point.



Agreed!
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Originally posted by mareff:
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Originally posted by Wine Sparty:
Thought I'd bring it up again that Southland is a great show. Season 3 premiered on TNT last week, and it did not disappoint. It is probably my favorite show on TV at this point.



Agreed!
Yep, one of my fav's too.
Just watched this week's Southland...wow. What I considered to be one of the strongest characters (he never seemed too flashy or had the big storylines, but he was very consistent and a key part of it, IMO) was taken out - quite a final scene they had. The show seems to push the limits of what can be shown on TV more than anything else around.

I was a bit disappointed that the scenes from next week didn't show much of a reaction to the death in terms of a stronger crackdown on those that committed the crime.
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Originally posted by Berno:
5 Seasons of Weeds is available instanly. I'm halfway through Season 2, I've laughed hard a lot.

We just finished Season 5 last night, and what a finish it was. Eek

We now have to wait for Season 6 to be mailed to us on DVD. Bummer. Big Grin
just wrapped up the "prequel" to Blood & Sand(Gods of the Arena), OMFn'G! complete and utter brilliance!

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Originally posted by Purple Teeth:
Anyone watching the series Spartacus on the Starz Network?

I can handle the gratuitous sex, but the slow-motion blood-spurting gore is often more than I can deal with. I'm not recording it, but I drop in on an episode occasionally and become either captivated or repulsed.

Definitely not for the squeamish.
I've been watching Being Human on the SyFy channel. It's a remake of a British show. The concept is: a werewolf, a vampire, and a ghost are roommates and are trying to live as normally as they can. I know; as dumb as that sounds on paper, it really is an interesting show. It's not a sitcom, there's plenty of sex, blood and violence.
Anyone else watching The Killing? Just watched the first hour of tonight's double episode, and was pretty impressed. AMC seems to come up with great shows.

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