My wife and I have been watching Wycliffe on Prime. It runs five seasons, about six episodes per season like Shetland. We've enjoyed it and I thought y'all might like to check it out.
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Thanks. I'm always on the lookout for a decent show to watch. After I'm finished with Peaky Blinders, perhaps I'll check this one out next.
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I will check it out. I am just finishing up Hinterlands on Netflix.
It has a dark story line but was excellent. It is set in Wales, which is beautiful but desolate. The series is beautifully filmed.
This begs a question:
Just how did the Brits get so good at at mystery and police / crime series? With some notable exceptions (Bosch, The Wire, True Detective) most shows that are American stink!
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better actors and or scripts, and less 'drama',
I'll put Wycliff in my que on prime,
I have Hinterland in my que on Netflix, will start it probably after I finish Penny Dreadful,
as far as UK series,
all are excellent
Watched two episodes of Wycliff last night. This show is an anthology from 1995, shot in 4x5 480i; That alone will keep me from watching any more of it on my new 4K tv. Mildly interesting, predicable plots, but the beautiful scenery is wasted on lo-def.
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I'll add Shetland and Vera to the list. The $6.99 monthly charge for Britbox has been well worth it
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