Stuff you've found on TV worth watching

DaveT

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Bangers and cash


Yes, the big find for me as well. Great TV Love it.
Must pay their place a visit next time I'm up that way.

Catching up on series 1 and 2 now.
 

Nayf

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Almost up there with Black Mirror for belly laughs one minute, dust in your eye the other and sofa chomping fear too.

The painting one is brilliant though.
 

conaero

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Just watching Line of duty, S1&2 done, it’s brilliant and just long ago enough that I had forgotten most of it.

Ozark still very good but nearly at the end so looking through everyone’s suggestions
 

dickygrace

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Almost up there with Black Mirror for belly laughs one minute, dust in your eye the other and sofa chomping fear too.

The painting one is brilliant though.
Some of the best TV I’ve seen in a good while. Shearsmith and Pemberton show their genius, love the refereeing one.
 

dickygrace

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I’m not impressed with th 3rd series thus far, I will keep watching.
Series one was amazing, should’ve finished there, just drawn out, I stopped watching.
My wife has her hair done same place as Jodie Comer in Chester, said it was strange sitting next to ‘Eve’ having her hair done.
 

Hurricane52

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Justified on Amazon Prime. Second time round for us, but first time round for our boys. Not many things I can watch more than once and enjoy as much as this.
 

Nayf

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Brooklyn 99.

For years I was put off by the E4 clips but it actually holds up and gets better the further into it you go.
 

2b1ask1

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Whilst the world went nuts for Twin Peaks I went for Northern Exposure which I thought was so funny at the time; humour most septic tanks would never get! I wonder if I could find it anywhere now?