Hey, Barry! Rena and I watch only Netflix now, no TV, so we are a year or more behind on all shows. True Blood and Dexter are among our favorites; I am also quite fond of Breaking Bad, Mad Men, and Copper.
--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, turquoiseb <no_reply@...> wrote: > > One of the things that has suffered because of this Paris > gig has been my ability to keep up with TV series I once > watched near-religiously. I purposefully haven't even > bothered to start watching "Continuum" or the US versions > of "The Killing" (season 3) or "The Bridge," because I > knew I wouldn't have time for them. > > I did watch season three of the excellent UK series "Luther," > and found it as good as the previous two. In my household, > a mighty cheer went up when one favorite character from the > previous two seasons reappeared. :-) > > I've been watching "True Blood," first curious what it would > be like without Alan Ball at the helm, and think it's been > pretty good, on the whole. More interesting in many ways > that last season. > > I'm watching "Dexter," of course, and enjoying it, and wonder- > ing how they're going to fit The End Of Dexter into the few > remaining episodes. > > I just saw the first episode so far of the new season of "The > Newsroom," and liked it. I'm a sucker for fast dialogue. > > Like everyone else, I am waiting with 'bated breath for the > last 8 episodes of "Breaking Bad." > > And that's about it. Anyone seen anything worth reporting on? >