Just the 200 shows I've watched, ball ache to copy paste since lots of other formatted text comes with it.Is there anywhere this is listed and not in the form of a GIF?
It actually speaks to me. I have a last name that starts with ‘W,’ so I am already spiteful towards & mistrusting of anything / anyone whose name begins with a letter towards the beginning of the alphabet.Well I thought gifs stopped when you tap them like they usually do on twitter. Seems they don't.
I'm rewatching this. In season 4 currently.Started Justified. Flying through it, great show.
It manages to be goofy, dark, and action-packed at the same time, which is rare. It doesn’t take itself too seriously.I'm rewatching this. In season 4 currently.
Really enjoyed it first time round. Only criticism I would have is that the first season is a little "scattered", still enjoyed it. Really takes off in season two for me.
Guess this is the problem with most shows. Until they get a slot where it becomes regular and more seasons commissioned it must be difficult developing story lines.
It can go the other way too I suppose. Where season one is good but then the story lines are meh
There was another series called The Outsiders. Set in the appalachian mountains of kentucky. Watched a few episodes and was getting into it. They cancelled it after 2 seasons. I didn't manage to watch all of it as some personal circumstances came up. Enjoyed what I watched but never knew why it was cancelled.It manages to be goofy, dark, and action-packed at the same time, which is rare. It doesn’t take itself too seriously.
And there’s few places better suited to a crime drama than the American South or Appalachian hill country, in my humble opinion.
I loved Morse at the time but I'd guess that it hasn't aged that well.its amazing how much all the detective dramas have been influenced by nordic noirs since The Killing and The Bridge
I started watching Wallander last night which was 2005 and it feels so dated its like watching Morse or something