A group for posting notices of awesomeness on TV
With more entertainment options than ever before, it's easy for people to miss out on good things simply because they're unaware of them. It's almost impossible to keep up with everything being offered these days, especially on all the streaming services. Maybe this group can help with that.
Discovered a great show on cable somewhere? Give it a shout out here.
Just saw a mind blowing documentary on Netflix? Give it a shout out here.
Stumbled across an awesome original streaming series or movie? Give it a shout out here.
Spread the word about shows or movies you come across on TV and think are awesome.
Members of this group can promote articles they create here to the front page.
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What Was Your Favorite Television Show Of 2020?
By: JohnRussell • 28 Comments • 5 months ago
Buzz of the Orient last wrote: Same as what I said 2 years ago.
Netflix - Don't Look Up
By: Dig • 26 Comments • last year
Dismayed Patriot last wrote: "..." While phonetically it matched up to the "Lock her up" chant, the message was clearly different. It was mocking the right wing conservative...
Has anyone watched CHAD ?
Via: JohnRussell • 6 Comments • 2 years ago
MsAubrey (aka Ahyoka) last wrote: "..." 📷
NASA Perseverance rover Mars landing: How to watch live this week [Thursday]
Via: Dig • 3 Comments • 2 years ago
Freewill last wrote: Awesome info Dig, and thanks for the reminder. I have two zoom conferences tomorrow but fortunately my work rig involves multiple screens, so I'm...
golden globe award nominations announced
By: JohnRussell • 8 Comments • 2 years ago
Ender last wrote: People still watch things like this? Personally I am not a fan of people that make millions of dollars slapping each other on the back.
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover landing will be must-see TV
Via: Dig • 26 Comments • 2 years ago
Dig last wrote: Oh, I see what you mean. We'll probably need to evolve a different global socio-economic system before that can happen, though. One without so many...
By: JohnRussell • 9 Comments • 3 years ago
Dig last wrote: I liked it, but they never really explained (to my satisfaction, anyway) what her mother was actually up to. Lots of buildup, not much payoff. She...
The Trial Of The Chicago 7
By: JohnRussell • 7 Comments • 3 years ago
Trout Giggles last wrote: Sorkin also wrote and directed (I think) "A Few Good Men". He adapted the film from his play.
Opinion: 'The Queen's Gambit' is the alternate universe we all need right now - CNN
Via: Perrie Halpern R.A. • 18 Comments • 3 years ago
John Russell last wrote: I thought the character of her adopted mother was very interesting. She seems almost suspicious of the girl from the beginning, and almost a bit...
Capital in the 21st Century
Via: Dig • 27 Comments • 3 years ago
TᵢG last wrote: "..." I use the term aristocracy because, for all of recorded history, it is the correct term to refer to the holders of economic power .