fleabag is excellent.
Anyone watching Letterkenny?
I absolutely LOVE Letterkenny. It is BRILLIANT Canadian fart humor!
The soundtrack songs are also great. Sometimes the dialogue moves so fast…
And it is way more than fart jokes, but I hear ya.
We just binged Brockmire. Loved the first 2 seasons, the 3rd was meh, and the final season was bizarre.
I’ve also been watching Zoeys Extraordinary Playlist to fill the Crazy Ex-girlfriend void. It’s a lot better than I expected it to be, and the season finale wrecked me.
We’ve been watching Ozark. It is very well done.
we’re watching HBO’s Perry Mason.
love love love it.
We’ve been watching I’ll Be Gone in the Dark on HBO.
That’s very good too!!!
I listened to that same-ish podcast so a lot of it is redundant but still so very good
Yeah - everything about that show was done well.
Catching up on Fargo TV show, currently in Season 2. Not as good as Season 1 but better than Law and Order.
HBO’s How To with John Wilson is fantastic. The executive producer is Nathan Fielder.
Here’s the trailer
Here is John’s How To Keep Smoking
Have to say…we loved Lovecraft Country…don’t even know how to describe it…but’s an amazing tv series. i hope they don’t make more than 1 season…that would just ruin it for me.
watch it. the first 3 episodes in particular are some great tv
Finished How To with John Wilson. It is so so perfect. The finale, How To Make The Perfect Risotto, addresses the Coronavirus better than anything else I have seen.
We’re watching The Undoing and Murder on Middle Beach, both on HBO, and we like both so far.
Watching Mank tonight. Finally, a real movie, made for grown-ups, not based on any external source, without superheroes, no zombies, no comic-book affiliation of any kind.
Last one I saw like this was Roma.
@thebalvenie If you still have your Showtime subscription, you and your wife should binge watch Couples Therapy together for date night. Really moving stuff, and definitely a group activity.
i did check that trailer out…it seems heavy and a lot to tackle for tv/documentary.
I definitely didn’t come out of it depressed, but inspired and enlightened.