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this_one wrote

Season 2 of War on Waste started last week, so that's definitely something I'm enjoying/looking forward to.

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bloodrose wrote

My summer shows this year are:

  • The 100
  • The Outpost (new show is pretty okay)
  • Preacher
  • Cloak and Dagger
  • Killjoys
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wild_liger wrote

Haven't turned my TV on in weeks, but excited for the new season of Better Call Saul next week.

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ziq wrote

Me too. That show will almost make up for no Game of Thrones this year.

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RosaReborn wrote

I've been watching Twin Peaks season 3, just started it after rewatching the original two seasons.

Concurrently watching Terrace House: opening new doors (new episodes are out tonight so me and my roommates are excited about that)

Other than that I was watching Westworld but that ended

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selver wrote (edited )

Just finished binging GLOW. It was pretty good. Awkward at times though.

Trying to find something else now. Watched the first episodes of Fleabag and Broad City, which were funny, might continue with those. Maybe The Leftovers? I feel like I've seen most things I'd be into at this point.

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ziq wrote (edited )

I'm interested in the leftovers but's the pilot was so depressing idk if I want to be put in that mindset for weeks while watching it.

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ziq wrote (edited )

I'm almost done with my 30 Rock rewatch. Gonna start a Buffy rewatch next.

There's not much on in the summer, but currently airing shows I watch:

Who is America (Cohen is a genius, I still remember downloading the original UK Ali G show on a 36k modem. Took hours and was billed by the minute.)

Last Week Tonight (getting kinda bored of Oliver's shtick tho)

Yellowstone (about some rich fucks that own a shitload of cattle land and will take any measures to hold onto it, while an indigenous tribe and developers try to take it).

GLOW (pretty good show about a 1980s women wrestling league, but it's a little soapish)

Snowfall (the rise of the crack epidemic in the US, and how the gov created it - it's not on the level of something like the Wire, but it keeps getting better)

Castle Rock Incorporates all of Stephen King's novels into one small town where fucked up things keep happening. Liking it so far.