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Neglify Wrote:Bummer. I still haven't got around to watching it, but I do want to give it a shot.

"The Goldbergs" finale was excellent, I was all smiles the whole time. Highly recommend that show for anybody who loves 80s pop culture.

I love the 80's. If I could travel through time I'd make it my permanent home. That being said I should really check this show out.

Anybody looking forward to the the second season of "Orange Is The New Black"? New season is being released next week iirc.
Neglify Wrote:I watched the first two episodes of FX's "Fargo" and I'm pleasantly surprised, it's a good show. Great cast, good writing, I'm genuinely interested in what happens. The worst thing about the show is they called it Fargo.

I'm just getting caught up on this show and I'm loving it. Billy Bob Thornton is great in it.
Gatos Wrote:I'm just getting caught up on this show and I'm loving it. Billy Bob Thornton is great in it.
I had a lot of trouble getting through the first episode, trying to match up the roles to the film. I can't separate them from their counterparts and at the same time they are SOOO not the same. They should have called this one "Not Fargo" so it wouldn't hurt my head so much. I love Martin Freeman but I don't know if he can save this for me. I really miss Frances McDormand.
Fargo has been ridiculously good so far. I can't believe there's only 1 episode left!
addiesin Wrote:I had a lot of trouble getting through the first episode, trying to match up the roles to the film. I can't separate them from their counterparts and at the same time they are SOOO not the same. They should have called this one "Not Fargo" so it wouldn't hurt my head so much. I love Martin Freeman but I don't know if he can save this for me. I really miss Frances McDormand.

You do know that it's NOT the same right? It takes place many years after the events of the movie and is only tangentially connected plotwise. It's definitely in the same vein though. I'm absolutely loving the show. Can't wait for the finale and at the same time I'm dreading the wait between seasons.
Fargo is firing on all cylinders. What a fantastic 9 episodes this has been. Can't wait for the finale!
Moe_Syzlak Wrote:I'm dreading the wait between seasons.

It's gonna be a long wait for you brother. This is a one-off mini-series. No plans for more (so far...).
Neglify Wrote:It's gonna be a long wait for you brother. This is a one-off mini-series. No plans for more (so far...).

Really!? I thought they had a second season already renewed. Ah well, some closure would be nice too.
*Googles...* Ah, I see that within the last day or two, there have been talks of Season 2. But it looks like they're doing an American Horror Story slash True Detective type of deal. Season 1 has it's own characters and story, Season 2 starts fresh. Sweet, more Fargo.
Been watching Penny Dreadful, which has held my interest.

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I have the feeling - and not all the time - that they are trying too hard.
Definitely got that Gothic ~ Steampunk look down, and I don't hate Josh Harnett as the token Yank.
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