Lately I have been moving away from network television and am exploring the original series on Hulu , Netflix , and Amazon .
Game of Thrones - Nearly everyone knows this one
Westworld - A smartly written series which is built on the original movie from the ’70s with Yul Brenner .
Mr. Robot - If you like shows about hacking or disassociative personality disorder
Godless - A gritty western with brutality and some absolutely stunning scenery
Chance - Hugh Laurie plays another doctor , this time a psychologist , with some personal issues . I loved House , and this is reminiscent but unique .
Some network shows I like are The Walking Dead , The Blacklist , and just about every show on The History Channel .
The last 5 years or more I’ve given up on free to air tv. Anything I watch is for short periods (15mins or so for tv or occasionally a whole movie) and chosen by my kids. However I have taken to finding free net movies/tv series most if not all are Asian (Japanese/Korean/chinese) love/drama stories. Sappy, yes, but you asked, lol :laughing:
Nothing we are watching at the moment really stands out.
Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon Prime)
Looking forward to:
Jessica Jones Season 2 (March 8th. Netflix)
The Americans Season 6 (March 28th. FX in the US, UK???) Catch up on Amazon Prime or iTunes or wait and see what pops up.
Luther Series 5 (BBC) Plenty of time to catch up if you missed series 1 to 4.
Game of Thrones (…)
Man in the High Castle (Amazon Prime)
Slightly off topic: I firmly believe the BBC license fee is still good value for money. Amazon and Netflix don’t have news or anything close to Radio 1 to 6 or the World Service.
have just finished Black mirror ss4, man, all i can say this show is perfect( except ss4, i feel a little disappointed, like they run out of idea)
each Episode is a different story, so you dont have the urge to finish season in one night