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  1.  (10859.41)
    Archer & Venture's new seasons start around the same time, next spring. Excited for both, in very similar ways.
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      CommentAuthorFinagle
    • CommentTimeOct 30th 2012
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    HOMELAND

    No spoilers, just anger at bad writing. Every time "Brody" walks through the door, his family just...*bamf*' teleports to be around him. In a loving way that nine years of captivity would just...yeah.
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    It's not on tv right now but has anyone seen the first season of Continuum? This is probably one of the best sci-fi tv shows i have ever seen. And the season ends on such a cliffhanger.
    I highly recommend it!
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    Yes. Saw & loved Continuum. Clever writing, fun cast, real possibility of darkness in the (confirmed) Second Season.
    • CommentAuthorflecky
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2012
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    Don't ask why, as laptops etc. are NOT ALLOWED IN REHAB, but I managed to watch 1-8 of Breaking Bad, Season 5. On a bed. Smoking fags. With no trousers on.

    And it cheered me up!
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    Coming up soon in the UK. Looks like it could be worth a punt.

    UTOPIA (C4 2013)

    Dennis Kelly's enigmatic thriller Utopia (6 x 60') centres around The Utopia Experiments, a legendary graphic novel shrouded in mystery. When Ian, Becky, Grant and Wilson Wilson, a small group of previously unconnected people find themselves in possession of an original manuscript of the fabled book, their lives suddenly and brutally implode, relentlessly pursued by a shadowy unit called The Network who will stop at nothing, to keep its origin and meaning secret. Paul Higgins (In the Loop, The Thick of It), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Misfits), Alexandra Roach (The Iron Lady) and Neil Maskell (Kill List) head up a stunning ensemble cast of UK talent including James Fox (Sherlock Holmes, A Passage to India, Performance), Geraldine James (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) Simon McBurney (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), Fiona O' Shaughnessy (Outcast, Malice, Aforethought), Adeel Akhtar (The Dictator, Four Lions), Oliver Woolford (Blackout) and Michael Smiley (Kill List) who find themselves embroiled in a cult conspiracy theory turned terrifyingly real in this brand-new six-part drama series. Kudos Film & TV.
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    Am up to date on Fringe. Very much looking forward to seeing how it ends.