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guess this is getting some buzz. what would hollywood do without comic books for source material?
Two episodes into the 6 episode BBC mini series, picked up by AMC, "The Night Manager." Based on a John le Carré book. Staring Elizabeth Debicki, Hugh Laurie, and Tom Hiddleston. Pretty good so far. Not sure where I read about this, so maybe this has already been discussed....
Probably for Dave, but I'll post it here: I watched the U.K. releases of Downton Abbey (which came out before the U.S. releases.) But am I right that for people watching the U.S. versions, that what was called the "Christmas Special" in the U.K., has already aired in the U.S.? In other words, U.S. viewers aren't still waiting for Christmas to see the final episode, are they? (I'm trying to figure out whether my father would have already seen the final episode or whether I can send it to him.)
the last panthers, a six part mini-series import, premieres on sundance tonight. some sort of euro-heist drama. might be worth some space on the ol' dvr.
the older you get....
rest in peace
garry shandling, phife dawg & the white shadow.
Just to update you, we've done the whole Black Sails. Pretty good. And now we are almost caught up (currently mid season 3) with Vikings. Similarly good in the soft-porn super-violent period piece sort of way. What's next Dave?
Enjoying Broad City on Hulu premium. Comedy central series about two dopey, young women in Manhattan.
gonna check out the night manager six episode mini-series. its airing on bbc now and amc mid april. its a le carre adaptation.
guess im gonna try to watch breaking away. not sure ill make it through. on tcm in one minute.