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What Are Your Favorite TV Shows?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Militant X 1, May 5, 2017.

  1. On television, along with a few others, I'm really diggin':

    Walking Dead
    Underground
    Queen Sugar
    Shots Fired
    Shades of Blue
    Greenleaf
    Scandal
    Quantico
    Into the Badlands
    Live PD
     
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  2. supertolerator

    supertolerator Staff Member Administrator

    I was never a fan of The Walking Dead

    I think my favorite show has to have been either Dexter, or Parks and Recreation
     
  3. And I have never been a fan of Dexter and definitely not Parks and Recreation. :D
     
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  4. supertolerator

    supertolerator Staff Member Administrator

    Quite different tastes in television I see haha
     
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  5. If we were all alike this would be a boring world! :D
     
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  6. bMore Heathen

    bMore Heathen Practice Squad

    Brockmire!!!!!!
     
  7. gtalk12

    gtalk12 Pro Bowler

    Right now I am only watching Anime, too many shows to watch.

    Breaking Bad
    Dexter (have yet to finish it)
    Westwood <----2 episodes in
    Game of Thrones
     
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  8. Dom McRaven

    Dom McRaven Ravens Ring of Honor

    I'm sure I'm going to miss on a few shows but here's my list:

    The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, How to Get Away with Murder, SVU, Chicago PD, The Steve Wilkos Show, Power, Rebel, The Quad, Mr. Robot, Shark Tank, Masterchef, America's Got Talent, and Monster Jam.
     
  9. theFRANCHISE

    theFRANCHISE Practice Squad

    My wife and I watch nothing but HGTV lately, so we've become that boring married couple that everyone dreads becoming. So, lots of shitty shows that we enjoy like Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop ([profanity deleted] the new Las Vegas season), and Property Brothers. We know they're super staged, but we still enjoy garbage TV when we wanna relax.
     
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  10. RavensPunkXVX

    RavensPunkXVX Veteran

    Woah woah woah, those are not shitty shows. I like fixer upper and property brothers! Lol
     
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  11. My wife absolutely loves those HGTV shows! I've watched the Property Brothers with a few times and what cracks me up about them is that they will hear what a couple wants first; and then take them to a spot JUST to get them all excited and hyped up and then to burst their bubbles by telling them that it is well above their price range BUT here is a "fixer-upper" that we can get for less but it will take WEEKS for us to get it ready! Why not just take the couples to a home that they can afford and that is "Move In Ready?" :D:cool:
     
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  12. rossihunter2

    rossihunter2 Staff Member Moderator

    This is my list of all-time movies - dont have one for tv:

    The Truth About Spring
    Moonrise Kingdom
    Cloud Atlas
    Shop Around the Corner
    Arrival
    End of Watch
    Any Star Wars films
    Reservoir Dogs
    Hunt for the Wilderpeople

    there were some pretty great ones in the last year or so though:
    sing street
    captain fantastic
    the lobster
    hell or high water
    i just saw the handmaiden which was pretty incredible
    i really liked moana as well
    what we do in the shadows (a bit older but i thought id mention it because its directed by Taika Waititi who also directed hunt for the wilderpeople and is also the director of Thor: Ragnarok which just had the amazing trailer with the immigrant song)
     
  13. Jacquouille

    Jacquouille Ravens Ring of Honor Supporter

    Fav tv show is Vikings, then I could name a lot of series that I dig but I'm too lazy to count them down lol
     
  14. theFRANCHISE

    theFRANCHISE Practice Squad

    End of Watch is such a heavy movie. Took a turn I didn't expect at all, and then once the movie grabs you by the throat, it never really lets go. Great, visceral filmmaking. The final act just stays with you for a bit after it's over.
     
  15. Willbacker

    Willbacker Pro Bowler

    I like the news, the weather channel and women's curling.
     
  16. BloodRaven

    BloodRaven Pro Bowler

    Walking Dead is terrible now, I just gave up at some point last season.

    My favorite shows are:

    Breaking Bad
    Brooklyn Nine Nine
    Banshee
    Luthor

    Do not watch Iron Fist it is awful.
     
  17. rossihunter2

    rossihunter2 Staff Member Moderator

    i think i stopped watching after season 3 - the formula was dead at that point
    rick and the gang meet new people, they find a safe place, someone gets split up, that place is no longer safe, someone dies - roll credits
     
  18. BloodRaven

    BloodRaven Pro Bowler

    Ive been holding on purely in the hopes that there was an end game, I no longer believe there is.
     
  19. usmccharles

    usmccharles Practice Squad

    Movies and Tv were two of my favorite threads on the old forum, i think they need to be separated as i could go on forever on each one. We should have a mod change it up.
     
  20. theFRANCHISE

    theFRANCHISE Practice Squad

    My beef with TWD is that the writing is lazy. There's filler disguised as exposition, meant solely to kill time until the next episode. So many forgettable, useless moments and conversations that the writers call "world-building" -- it's not. It's garbage tripe that completely betrays how good the first season was. When a show consistently has episodes that are skippable without losing much comprehension of the plot, there's a major problem.

    Every show is guilty of filler at some point, but not to the excess of TWD. There are no real consequences when someone dies. It just happens and people move on. There are no real stakes. There's no longer a setup of an endgame, because the goal of the characters is now to simply live to see the next day. There's no incentive for people to keep watching, because they've not given anyone a reason to care where they go next. Things happen just to happen.
     

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