Fair enjoyed American Rust. Now onto Gomorrah Series 5.
Altered Carbon, Man in the High Castle, Invasion, Foundation, Manifest,La Brea Raise by Wolves. There yi go D, some OK some no bad but all watchable.It's fun to see how nearly every post on thus topic says, 'this prog was good / bad / excellent / better than that one / crap / must-see / avoid-at-all-costs.... etc....
...but hardly ever does anyone say WHY they thought so.
AND (NeilDeGrasseTyson mode off) only the occasional post ever even says what the series is about - crime? War? Drama? We who do not have ALL the subscription channels will forever chew our nails in quiet frustration in a quiet corner of the living room, weeping occasionally at the lack of shared knowledge.
So I don't believe anyone amymore and I will just scweem and scweem until the next decent sci-fi series rolls by...
I saw the first episode byt keep forgetting about the rest! Cheers for the reminderHalf way through Irvine Welsh's Crime on BritBox (free 30 day trial if anyone is interested). It's pretty good. Albert Kidd day gets a mention along with loads of other Hibs and Hearts references. Decent cast.
I thought it was a good watch.Just finished Four Lives, the true story about the murders committed by Stephen Port. What an absolute debacle of a performance by the police in that case.
Turns out 17 of them were interviewed in a review into the case and all but one of them just answered "no comment" throughout. Yet no disciplinary action taken. Like you say, you wouldn't get away with that in any other line of work.I thought it was a good watch.
Aye, it was pretty damning of the police. In most lines of work that level of performance would merit disciplinary and the sack.