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    Penny Dreadful looks intriguing, but I'm a bit dubious about "historical fantasy" stuff.

    Ditto for Game of Thrones, although I might be tempted to start watching it sometime if my supply of so far unwatched DVDs gets dangerously low!
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    Breaking Bad, Dead Like Me, The Killing (US), Between, Lost Girl, Orphan Black.

    And still got House of Cards, Pretty Little Liars, Orange is the New Black, LillieHammer, and some others I haven't started yet.

    Bloody Netflix.
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    The Strain
    The Returned (The french one not the awful yank remake)
    Humans
    Breaking Bad
    Utopia
    Orphan Black
    The Sopranos
    Buffy / Angel
    The Avengers
    The X Files
    The Walking Dead
    Wolf Hall
    oh and Game Of Thrones when we get round to watching the Blu Rays if we ever get snowed in

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    Quote Originally Posted by VectraMan View Post
    Orange is the New Black
    ^ Awesome series, I watched season 3 in about 2 days


    Lillehammer - tulipe, avoid.

    EDIT: and the new House of Cards is just superb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MicrosoftBob View Post
    The Returned (The french one not the awful yank remake)
    Les Revenants.

    oh and Game Of Thrones when we get round to watching the Blu Rays if we ever get snowed in
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    Married with Children.

    Watching it backwards now (from last to first season).
    With 500 odd channels on Sky it annoys me that Married with Children isn't on at least somewhere every day.
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    Try the US version of The Inbetweeners. It's sooooo fooking awful it's actually good.

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    My better half asked me to series link 'Homes Under The Hammer' cos she watched one and started thinking 'BTL'.

    I think there's 250 or so episodes now unwatched in the planner......

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    Odyssey, Sundays started out OK but getting a little contrived after the 3rd episode.

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    I recently got The Wire remastered in HD - it was originally filmed in widescreen, as they knew that was going to be an option in the future, though carefully framed so it could be broadcast in 4:3 at the time. It's excellent

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