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Rather than reviving that old thread, I thought we should start a new one.

What shows would you recommend to someone else? Don't matter the medium, just post it. I got rid of DishNetwork and now only do streaming.

I have YouTubeTV, and love it. Unlimited DVR and live TV. Got in when it was $35/month and it only gets better.

Also have Netflix. Some shows on there that we love:
MindHunter
Ozark - OMG, this is SUCH a damn good show, Jason Bateman is a great actor. MUST see.

There are more, but it's late. What have you all seen?

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What's the scoop on Yellowstone ? ... w Kostner

Haven't seen enuf to tell much.... wife says she likes it.

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just starting watching "Merlin"
but disappointed that they Harry Potter-ed it beyond recognition.

Drawn from one of the greatest books ever written
they bastardized it into a hodge-podge of every
pseudo BS ever screen written.

IOW:
Lots of flash
so I'll stick it out for a few more episodes
before moving on to some other worthless PoS.

Meanwhile, I still get a kick outta' Young Sheldon.
Meemaw is a H00T! laugh



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Haven't seen Yellowstone other than the ads. Not sure what channel it's on? Looks interesting.

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If you havenít had a chance yet on Netflix check out The Wrecking Crew, itís the story of the studio musicians of the 60s that made popular music what it was back then. Also on Netflix Stranger Things, Making a Murderer, and The Ranch. The last one has Sam Elliot and Ashton Kutcher, itís cookie cutter but kind of funny. Somebody recommended Narcos but I havenít seen it yet. The Ridiculous 6 for something corny. Grace an Frankie. Orange is the new black. Glen Campbell Iíll be me was recommended but I havenít watched it yet.

If you have Hulu 11.22.63, and they now have The Strain which was on FX. I started watching Quantum Leap again last year. Iím about halfway through the final season. I loved how they involved people like Buddy Holly.

Famous people he influenced.

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Originally Posted By: John Rougeux
Rather than reviving that old thread,
I thought we should start a new one.
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What shows would you recommend to someone else?





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Dragonflies can catch prey
with near perfect accuracy...
the best among all predators.

But how does something with so
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Billions (this is my #1 pick)
Stranger Things
Barry
Succession
I'm Dying Up Here
Silicon Valley




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Originally Posted By: garyW
Billions (this is my #1 pick)
Stranger Things
Barry
Succession
I'm Dying Up Here
Silicon Valley


Seen Stranger Things, good show. Started watching Barry, but didn't get past the 3rd or 4th episode. Will have to check it out more.

Silicon Valley...OMG..that is an awesome show. Love it.

Gary, I highly recommend Ozark. Watch the first episode and give it a chance


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