- Sep 29, 2006
- AFL Club
Season 6 of Line of Duty is filming again.
I had a huge backlog, so I'll never run out. My list is still about 40 strong + BBCFirst on Foxtel/Binge usually have 2-3 new series running at 1 time.Not much on the UK crime drama about.
Good news on Line of duty new season tho...hope it's out soon.
I was looking for something to watch I found a few shows thst are alright in White Dragon and state of play both on Stan.
What's on your list worth watching mate.I had a huge backlog, so I'll never run out. My list is still about 40 strong + BBCFirst on Foxtel/Binge usually have 2-3 new series running at 1 time.
You're in a John Simm kinda mood, clearly! State of Play is awesome. White Dragon is ok, but a bit muddled.
As in, the stuff I've seen & can recommend?What's on your list worth watching mate.
Cheers mate .As in, the stuff I've seen & can recommend?
Other than the obvious multi-season series that have been mentioned heaps in this thread (EG: Line of Duty, Luther, The Fall, Happy Valley, Unforgotten, etc...), I'd go with the following 10:
- State of Play
- Criminal Justice
- The Shadow Line
- Inside Men
- Save Me
- The Capture
- The Spy
- What Remains
Save Me, S1 and S2... Any idea? Is it worth the watch?
Anything with Lennie James and or Stephen Graham in it is at least worth a look. I rated season 1 and I look forward to season 2.
Just finished both seasons of 'Save Me' myself... I really liked them, but more for the characters and the way each actor portrays them. Lennie may as well be Nelly, the way he plays the role. I actually hadn't realised that he wrote 10 of the 12 episodes over both seasons.Smashed through S1. Very good. I finished S2 of Save Me. There's a couple of weaker episodes - I checked and they were the ones not written by Lennie James. But it comes home strongly and there is potential for a third season.
I reckon Tennant is trying to ditch his nice guy persona. 'Deadwater Fell' and now this.Watched the first of DES I found it interesting.
I remember watching a doco on Denis Nilson on serial killer Sunday a while back.
I don't understand if you kill people why move to a upstairs flat... Makes it harder to get rid of their bodies... That just my thoughts .
I reckon Tennant is trying to ditch his nice guy persona. 'Deadwater Fell' and now this.
just Hustle no The, and i loved it. it's a tad repetitive with every episode following a similar formula but the writing is good and the characters are endearing.I don't think it's been mentioned in this thread as yet, but has anyone seen 'The Hustle'; the series that ran for 8 seasons (2004-2012) with Adrian Lester & Robert Vaughan? If so, can you recommend it or not?
Ta. Sounds like a good reco, although I'm unsure what's going on with your 1st sentence there.just Hustle no The, and i loved it. it's a tad repetitive with every episode following a similar formula but the writing is good and the characters are endearing.
give it a go
For those missing their fill of Sarah Lancashire, this 4 parter begins Friday September-4 on ABC:
It was ok. I had issues with a couple of things (The way the kids were written. The strange relationship between Lancashire & her husband), but it was only 4 eps and flew by quick enough.The Accident was shown here quite some time back. it's a bit bleak, but well written, Sarah L is very good as always. Also in it; Joanna Scanlon (Viv from No Offence).