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Only watched one episode of Mindhunter so far, but very intriguing. Can't wait till it gets to Olivia from Fringe.

Star Trek Discovery is awesome. It is getting some hate, but a lot better than what I anticipated. Definitely filling in the Sunday night GoT void.

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I thought the two part premiere of Discovery was kind of meh, but it’s improved in the subsequent episodes.   I was shocked when the f-bomb was dropped.  Never figured I’d hear that on Star Trek.  

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Today, it's Stranger Things on Netflix. I just binged watched the first 6 episodes. I'll finish the next two of the first season tomorrow. So far I give this show an AAA rating. Really this show has it all. What really makes this show go over the top is the child actors. They are fantastic. For 13-15 year olds they are amazing. 

 

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The Good Place is so gooooood. Very funny. He's not the sad poor unemployed but the good rich jobless. Ouch. Loved the Trolley Problem variations.

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Repeating myself, but Janet and Michael in The Good Place last night so hilarious. This is a gem of a show.

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3 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Repeating myself, but Janet and Michael in The Good Place last night so hilarious. This is a gem of a show.

That episode was a good one. Not my favorite this year; I didn't like the Janet/Michael focus. But overall, still easily one of the best three shows on network TV right now.

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6 hours ago, iacas said:

That episode was a good one. Not my favorite this year; I didn't like the Janet/Michael focus. But overall, still easily one of the best three shows on network TV right now.

Best episode this season IMHO is the third one, where Michael kept trying and trying. That was so dense with funny, w/the restaurant puns and cocaine momma needs her medicine lady.

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Season Two of Stranger Things dropped this morning.  I'm just starting episode five and I'm really enjoying it.  I'm glad we get to see the kid playing Will get more time to shine than in the first season.  He has really been great, in my opinion.

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