Stuff you've found on TV worth watching

Koz

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Run on Netflix and The Dissident on Amazon. Both very good viewing in my humble opinion.
 
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dgmx5

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BBC iplayer, you need to go to the sport category to find it. More racing today, it was good yesterday. One of the crashes got into the news.
Extreme E X-Prix is also on ITV, Eurosport and Sky. Hamilton has certainly got eyeballs on it and the line up (Loeb, Sainz Sr, Button, Hansen, Sarrazin) is pretty good too with some talented but less well known females alongside them. The quali runs actually worked better in some ways than the races given the huge amount of dust thrown up. It was set up for but didn't deliver Rally Cross style racing.

Amazing how good a vehicle can look when it just has a title sponsor rather than a series of smaller sponsors plastered everywhere. The liveries were good and the vehicles look very aggressive.

The dust won't be an issue at, at least, some of the other races. Greenland should be interesting.

Good mix of motorsport, infotainment and education. The most enjoyable form of e-racing I have seen thus far.
 
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P R

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Devils on sky. Nice 599 makes an appearance every episode and a nice Maser when they go to the amalfi coast

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MarkMas

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Resident Alien on Sky. Black comedy at its best.
I'm loving Resident Alien - dark, wry, zany, slightly alarming comedy with a touch of heart

Also The Great - violent, psychopathic, bawdy, silly romp loosely based on the early days at Court of Catherine the Great. Nicholas Hoult is superb as the offhandedly amoral Peter, and Elle Fanning adorable as the cute but steely Empress Catherine.

And another shout out for Lilyhammer
 

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Brooklyn 99 is back. Quite the amusing New York police comedy. Hitchcock and scully seem to get more lines as each series progress es
 

Wanderer

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Just heard actor Paul Ritter who played Anatoly Dyatlov in Chernobyl has died at 54 , brain tumor

For those that haven't watched it yet Chernobyl is well worth watching
Yes, saddened me that. Was going to post but I couldn't think of anything to say other than 'RIP'. Deserves more than that...
 

Wack61

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Yes, saddened me that. Was going to post but I couldn't think of anything to say other than 'RIP'. Deserves more than that...
It does , when you're 20 you think 54 is ancient but when you get there you realise it isn't , I only really knew him from Chernobyl but it's a sign of a very good actor if they can make you angry , the portrayal of Anatoly Dyatlov and his denial made me angry.