- Mar 2, 2005
The documentary, "Murder On A Sunday Morning". It might break your heart.
@lyra you're invited here to visit me and you can watch all the USA Prime you want. Though Canada is most definitely the better place to be these days with you know who in office. But a visit here might be funOh dang. @missy I didn't realize that there was a difference between the Primes. I can't get The Florida Project on mine. I was going to add it to my list. To be honest, I'm finding it hard to find good programming, but I guess the real reason is because Canada Prime doesn't get all the show!sad
Thanks for the rec @LAJennifer! Sounds like that would be right up my alley. Definitely will check that out.The documentary, "Murder On A Sunday Morning". It might break your heart.
That is on my list. Please let us know what you think. Is season 1 enjoyable or difficult to watch? Thanks!DH and I just started Handmaid’s Tale.
We are on season 1 and next up is episode 5.
I seem to have the impression that season 2 gets really dark and hard to watch...
Loved this show but for some reason we stopped watching it...thanks for reminding me about it and it's on my list.i love mozart in the jungle. quirky and creative.
Wonderful series...I thought we had mentioned it however might be in another thread. Definitely worth checking out for those who have not and season 2 is coming before the end of the year woohoo!How has no one mentioned Marvelous Mrs. Maisel? From the creators of Gilmore Girls, it is delicious!!!! A LOVINGLY re-created 1950s New York and a break out star in Rachel Brosnahan, who plays a young Jewish housewife whose husband leaves her and who starts dabbling in stand up comedy. Tony Shaloub is her father -- the whole cast is terrific!!
Thanks for letting us know. My DH’s associate was recommending Handmaids Tale but having read the book I felt it wouldn’t translate well to film. Saved me money from renting this @Austina thanks.I didn’t like The Handmaids Tale at all.
Started watching The First.
We started watching this months ago and not sure what happened...will check it out again. Thank you for the rec.My hubby and I have been watching Absentia..I’m not sure what station it is but we have Verizon in our other house in Maryland so can only watch it there. It’s soooooo good..We have Comcast here in Pa and they don’t offer it. I’m going back to Maryland on Friday for the weekend mainly to binge watch the last three shows of the first season. I highly recommend it!
Thank you @PierreBear. Another one we started watching and not sure what happened. I think we forget from week to week as we flit around and check out different shows. Will go back to this one... thank you.The Glass Castle was a great watch. I read the book first couple of years ago so I can't recall if it followed it closely or not. Regardless, entertaining and highly recommended if you find dysfunctional families interesting (not a comedy though).
Yes we are watching it too. MY dh likes it more than I do but truthfully these days I have no patience for most shows whether they are on Netflix, cable, Amazon or network TV. I am always doing something else while we are "watching" them. Am I just restless or has the quality of shows in general gone down the tubes...haha the tubes.We have been watching Manifest..It didn’t get great reviews from critics but normal people gave it very good reviews. I like it because..what would have happen if your husband was thought to be dead and it’s five years later..you started a new life..It would be so hard..
No I get it..I even told my husband that sometimes I daydream during shows...check Pricescope...It’s my chance to relax with him..Yes we are watching it too. MY dh likes it more than I do but truthfully these days I have no patience for most shows whether they are on Netflix, cable, Amazon or network TV. I am always doing something else while we are "watching" them. Am I just restless or has the quality of shows in general gone down the tubes...haha the tubes.
But I agree "Manifest" is as good as any show on right now. Mildly entertaining IMO. Not terrible not great.
Thanks for the recommendation. I am going to check this one out next Lyra.I just finished the Japanese drama "Tokyo Girl". It was a great perspective on women living in Japan. It follows the main character from 17 to 45 years old. It's only 11 episodes, about 22 minutes each. Top marks for this one.