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Old 9th February 2016, 22:41   #1456
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Finished following series:
1. Breaking Bad (All seasons, n I am still in love of all the characters).
2. Hannibal ( since then I love to cook)
3. Games of Throne (still following n I love this)
4. The walking Dead ( it's getting bored now)
5. Homeland( Season 1 was nice)
6. Marvels agent of Shield
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Old 9th February 2016, 23:48   #1457
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Thanks guys. Will give GoT another chance.
Hey I didn't say anything about GOT, I personally couldn't watch beyond first episode & didnt find the series to my liking.
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Old 10th February 2016, 03:03   #1458
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'The Billions' has caught my interest lately.
Brilliant execution.

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Brooklyn nine-nine anybody?
Andy Samberg and Joe Lo Trugleo are just epic!
Right there with you on that.
Just can't stop watching it!

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Old 13th February 2016, 15:04   #1459
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I had watched this TV series after being recommended by a friend. 5 seasons in total. The first episode might seem abrupt but it is the link to all the crime and drama about to take place later in the show. Even if you are not a binge watcher this will glue you to your seat. There's some real life criminals cast in the show!

PS: Strictly for adults. Will have to be downloaded from you know where.

This show just crushes every crime show out there.
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'The Billions' has caught my interest lately.
Brilliant execution.
It's splendid so far. Acting and screenplay is top notch. However, I am curious till when they can stretch the current story line as they need something more if they want to get more seasons.
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Better call Saul season 2 just in on Netflix. Scheduled to watch tomorrow.
Been waiting for it.
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Better call Saul season 2 just in on Netflix. Scheduled to watch tomorrow.
Been waiting for it.

I hope they will get it right this time. S1 was not so impressive, even Vince Gilligan was not happy with the way series was heading.

As now you have pointed it out, I also will keep add that in my watchlist.
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Old 18th February 2016, 00:35   #1463
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I hope they will get it right this time. S1 was not so impressive, even Vince Gilligan was not happy with the way series was heading.

As now you have pointed it out, I also will keep add that in my watchlist.
has it been released in India too? I am in Finland and it came here y'day.
I loved Season 1 and can only hope this is better.
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I hope they will get it right this time. S1 was not so impressive, even Vince Gilligan was not happy with the way series was heading.

As now you have pointed it out, I also will keep add that in my watchlist.
Not in India yet. But I had no complaints from Season 1 - It is like a slow burner and the acting is fabulous. Hope it comes soon. I only watch Netflix these days.
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Not in India yet. But I had no complaints from Season 1 - It is like a slow burner and the acting is fabulous. Hope it comes soon. I only watch Netflix these days.
It's available on normal TV. It airs within 12 hrs of US broadcast on Colors Infinity HD.
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Just curious: Is it going to spoil Breaking Bad if i see Better Call Saul earlier? I prefer to see a running series as opposed a completed one.

Better Call Saul Season 2 came less than 2 weeks back even on US account. I think its just Episode 1 and weekly rollout.
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Just curious: Is it going to spoil Breaking Bad if i see Better Call Saul earlier? I prefer to see a running series as opposed a completed one.

Better Call Saul Season 2 came less than 2 weeks back even on US account. I think its just Episode 1 and weekly rollout.

In my opinion, Better Call Saul is kind of prequel of Breaking Bad. These characters have already shown their charm in BB and BCS is kind of process of knowing what happened that made their character to be so charismatic.
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I had watched this TV series after being recommended by a friend. 5 seasons in total. The first episode might seem abrupt but it is the link to all the crime and drama about to take place later in the show. Even if you are not a binge watcher this will glue you to your seat. There's some real life criminals cast in the show!

PS: Strictly for adults. Will have to be downloaded from you know where.

This show just crushes every crime show out there.
Totally agree! Lovely show. The first season is a little drawn out but the rest of it is amazing!
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Totally agree! Lovely show. The first season is a little drawn out but the rest of it is amazing!
I have seen people who started this show and left halfway because they thought it was boring. A lot of things happen quickly in the show and the urge to binge watch cannot be controlled. I would think about the show during my college lectures, trying to figure out who will die and what will happen next. But it turns out something very different from what our natural thinking is.
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I hope they will get it right this time. S1 was not so impressive, even Vince Gilligan was not happy with the way series was heading.
I found it extremely slow going and the utter disconnect from Breaking Bad in the early episodes kinda put me off. But am persistsing...because Vince Gilligan

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Just curious: Is it going to spoil Breaking Bad if i see Better Call Saul earlier? I prefer to see a running series as opposed a completed one.
Naah...you will not get the references...which start building up albeit slowly. Am sure by the time Season 2 is on (haven't got there yet) you will be totally lost.
Even otherwise, watch Breaking Bad. I promise you will binge watch all 5 (well...6 really) seasons in a matter of weeks! At least for me the best series I have ever watched.
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