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Please give me a series to begin watching on the treadmill every morning. No comedies, I want a drama series of some type.
In a perfect world it would be a cross between Fauda (still one of my absolute favorites), The Unit (without the wife/girlfriend drama) and maybe 24.

Subtitles are okay, I'll be on the treadmill. Ideally available on Netflix or Amazon Prime.


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Have you seen Graceland?

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Have you seen Graceland?


Well crap. All 3 seasons of Graceland were removed from Netflix during a recent purge. Shoot.

ETA - It is on Hulu, so going to give it a shot!!!


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1. The Shield

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Just finished the last of 'Justified' season 6 on Amazon prime. It Ramps up once you get into it, some good action.
 
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Just finished the last of 'Justified' season 6 on Amazon prime. It Ramps up once you get into it, some good action.

I am in my third run through the series. I am skipping a few episodes I know in advance to be not too interesting, but overall it is one of the best series I have seen produced.
 
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If you're a comic nerd and haven't watched Arrow and Flash you should give them a shot.
 
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Nobel on Netflix. It has subtitles but is an outstanding show. Really similar to Fauda. It's about a Norwegian Special Forces team, and the after effects of a mission they did in Afghanistan. Very well done from a technical aspect, lots of Crye Precision, First Spear armor, HK416s and HK417s. and probably the best mass casualty scene that has ever been on the screen.

It's so good I'm in hopes they will be making a second season.

Oh, and it is probably a good cross between Fauda and The Unit. Smile It has some family stuff, but it is similar to Fauda where Doron's wife was a big part of the story. Erling (the main character) goes through some personal struggles with his wife due to the mission. She is also a main character due to her employment in the office of the Foreign Minister.


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I've been watching White Collar on Netflix and it's not bad at all.


 
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This and has subtitles without having to add them.
 
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Please give me a series to begin watching on the treadmill every morning. No comedies, I want a drama series of some type.
In a perfect world it would be a cross between Fauda (still one of my absolute favorites), The Unit (without the wife/girlfriend drama) and maybe 24.

Subtitles are okay, I'll be on the treadmill. Ideally available on Netflix or Amazon Prime.


Strike Back on Amazon.
Although you didn't say if the treadmill was in your house, or a public gym.
If it's at a gym, you may want to watch it with the screen pointing away from prying eyes. Quite a few nude scenes. Good ones, too.


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Black Sails. Three seasons 30 episodes. A very good pirate series.


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The Woodwright's Shop, I am on season 26.
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Thanks for the tip on Fauda; saw first episode, intense but realistic.


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Thanks for the tip on Fauda; saw first episode, intense but realistic.


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