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Watching Bosch now on Prime. Good stuff


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We just watched a six-part British series called “The Night Manager, based on a novel by le Carré. Hugh Laurie as the BG.


I watched The Night Manager on a series of United flights via their TV app. Really enjoyed it.




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Fauda

Sometimes hard to keep the Israelis and Palestinians straight, and it is subtitled so it takes more consentration, but a really good series.



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Since some of HBO's older miniseries are available through Prime, it's a good opportunity to watch (or rewatch) Band of Brothers, The Pacific, and Generation Kill.

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Fauda

Sometimes hard to keep the Israelis and Palestinians straight, and it is subtitled so it takes more consentration, but a really good series.


Fauda is great, but it's on Netflix, not Prime.

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We just watched a six-part British series called “The Night Manager, based on a novel by le Carré. Hugh Laurie as the BG.


Excellent suggestion. That miniseries is immensely enjoyable. It's Tom Hiddleston's best performance so far.

(I still think he would have been a great choice for the next James Bond, based on his performance in that series.)
 
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Snipers Love in the Reticle
The Dawns Here are Quiet
Attackers
Attackers Last Flight
Spies
The Battalion
The Bomb

Some great Russian language series with English subtitles (note to have CC off or you have duplicate subtitles.)



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The Grand Tour
The Expanse
Man in the High Castle
The Boys
Bosch
Fleabag
The Spy
Jack Ryan
 
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I am quite possibly the only person on the planet to enjoy it but Mad Dogs is worth the watch.

Same goes for Orphan Black though in later seasons it got a little wonky and long in the tooth.



would like to see the original UK version,

US versions typically suck compared,,,

life on mars is a prime example



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[QUOTE]Originally posted by RogueJSK:
Since some of HBO's older miniseries are available through Prime, it's a good opportunity to watch (or rewatch) Band of Brothers, The Pacific, and Generation Kill.

[QUOTE]Originally posted by NavyGuy:
Fauda

Yeah, sorry, they all run together these days.



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Another British series we’ve been watching is DCI Banks, a police detective show based in a fictional town in northern England. This show doesn’t spend an entire season wrapping up one or two investigations, instead it concludes its cases in two or three episodes and moves on to another crime. We are only into the second of six seasons, but it’s good.


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Widow was decent. I’m a Kate Beckinsale kind of guy.


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Since some of HBO's older miniseries are available through Prime, it's a good opportunity to watch (or rewatch) Band of Brothers, The Pacific, and Generation Kill.


Also for those who never caught on, or haven't seen it in a long time, The Sopranos is still on Prime.



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The Man In The High Castle and Jack Ryan are two musts for Prime.


 
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Watching Bosch now on Prime. Good stuff


I'm nearly through S1 of Bosch, enjoying it.

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The Man In The High Castle and Jack Ryan are two musts for Prime.


High Castle was good, but not great, IMO. I was time-invested in it & stuck it out, but started losing interest toward the end.




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Banshee was probably one of my favorite shows ever, The first season of Strike Back was great. They were never able to recreate the chemistry in the other seasons or the fun factor.

I think you can still get White Collar which was a great series and they have finally found the original Spenser which when watched shows everyone why the recent movie was such crap.


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The first season of Strike Back was great. They were never able to recreate the chemistry in the other seasons or the fun factor.


Are you talking about the original first season with Porter as the main character, or the first season of the longer-running main storyline with Scott/Stonebridge?


The Porter season was originally shot and initially shown only in the UK in 2010, before Cinemax took over the series.

The Scott/Stonebridge seasons after Cinemax took over were shown first in the US, and Cinemax didn't air the original UK Porter season until like 4 years in. Cinemax treated it as a "prequel" miniseries in the US, even though it was actually the original Season 1, and the Scott/Stonebridge storyline technically starts with Season 2.
 
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I think a lot of older HBO series are still on Prime in full without the addon. I think we watched The Sopranos, some of The Wire, Band of Brothers, The Pacific - all that way.
 
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British series: Foyle's War.


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Zerozerozero is very good as is the new series Upload.


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Upload. We found it very enjoyable, although it ended on a bit of a cliffhanger, so I hope there is a second season.
 
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