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bazinga
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Re: Recommend a TV show on Now TV


@Andy_ wrote:
@varsas and @bazinga

Legends sounds like my type of drama, thanks for the heads up!
I've seen first 5 episodes and so far its good my kind of show also.
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bazinga
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Re: Recommend a TV show on Now TV

@Andy if you haven't already done so check out the blacklist on living channel cracking 1st series and 2nd series starts next month I think.
Andy Legend 5
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Thanks @bazinga

Yes, I noticed The Blacklist and it does look good. At the mo I'm trying to catch up with season 3 and 4 (when it's added) of Walking Dead so I'm ready for season 5 so I don't think I'll get The Blacklist caught up in time for season 2, but I'll definitely watch season 1 if I can squeeze it in ... So much good stuff all appearing at once at the mo! Smiley Happy
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rogajones
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I'm looking forward to "Enlightened" S2 which starts on 26 Sept on Sky Atlantic, Series 1 is currently available.

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Andy Legend 5
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@bazinga Found time to watch the first episode of The Blacklist last night, definitely going to have to find time to squeeze the rest in now! Top recommendation!
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artesea Legend 4
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I got Blacklist as part of a deal with Wuaki when buying my Chromecast (£18.99 all in). Whilst the quatilty on Wuaki is higher, it has no memory of which episode I last watched, nor despite it being the only show I own, makes it easy to get to the episode list, so I'm using NowTV instead.

Half way through season 1, just trying to cram in the rest before season 2 arrives.

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DAVEPA
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Ray Donovan is excellent

Modern Family is also pretty funny and with the start of Season 6 in October Now TV may add the previous series to Boxsets , certainly worth a look if you haven't seen it.
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DarylM Expert 5
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Tyrant looks as if has the potential to be something interesting and morally complex.  It's from the producers of Homeland and is about the son of a dictator who has left his (fictional) Middle East country to make a life for himself in America.  But he returns to his home country for a family wedding, along with his wife and children, and slowly becomes enmeshed in the politics of his country.

 

Yes, it appears to be a drama inspired by the Arab Spring.



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DarylM Expert 5
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Justified Seasons 1-5 from October 1st

The marketing email from Now TV today - marketing Boardwalk Empire - says that Seasons 1-5 of Justified will be available from October 1st.

 

This is very big news because Season 5 of Justified has been unavailable in the UK in any format after Channel 5 didn't pick it up for their digital sister channel 5USA (after they'd shown Seasons 1-4).

 

I thought Netflix would get it because they currently have Seasons 1-4.  Unless they will somehow get it at the same time.



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bazinga
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Re: Recommend a TV show on Now TV


@DarylM wrote:

Tyrant looks as if has the potential to be something interesting and morally complex.  It's from the producers of Homeland and is about the son of a dictator who has left his (fictional) Middle East country to make a life for himself in America.  But he returns to his home country for a family wedding, along with his wife and children, and slowly becomes enmeshed in the politics of his country.

 

Yes, it appears to be a drama inspired by the Arab Spring.


I watched first 5 or so episodes off nowtv and i couldnt get away with it thought it was kinda boring tbh
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