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Old 4th October 2018, 07:33 PM
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THE LONE RANGER SEASON 1 (1949-1950) 52 Episodes

The first three episodes show the beginnings of the Lone Ranger legend.
The massacre of the Texas Rangers by the Butch Cavendish gang. The lone surviving Ranger nursed back to health by childhood Indian friend Tonto.
The Lone Ranger finds a horse who he names 'Silver' and has a secret mine in which his trademark silver bullets are made.
From then on, each episode features The Lone Ranger and Tonto righting wrongs and bringing justice to those up to no good.
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Old 5th October 2018, 08:26 PM
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The Apprentice
For **** sake, how many self centred narcissistic prats can you get. I thought last years season was filled with assholes. Oh let's wait and see how humiliating it gets.

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Old 6th October 2018, 09:53 PM
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IRON FIST SEASON 2

Much improved second season. Some really good stuff going on here.
Good to see Misty crossing over in to this as well.

DAREDEVIL Season 3 on October 19th
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Old 7th October 2018, 07:52 AM
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Noticed on Netflix they have Goosebumps, so watched the first episode, bringing back my childhood.

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Watching will and grace, years since I've seen it, enjoying it but it really should of been call Jack and Karen, as will and grace are pretty dull.
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Old 9th October 2018, 07:23 AM
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Noticed on Netflix they have Goosebumps, so watched the first episode, bringing back my childhood.

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I bought the DVD collection for 15 last year, loads of episodes, not seen them all yet, might dig it out and watch it, along with Eerie Indiana, The Munsters and The Addams Family for some October spooky viewing!
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Old 10th October 2018, 02:36 PM
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Finished the second and last series of so called children's drama The Feathered Serpent.

It took a couple of episodes to get into but come the end patience is certainly rewarded. Set in early Mexico at an Aztec temple, this is a brilliant drama about the high priest Teshcata attempting to seize power of the Aztec nation.

The reason i said 'so called children's drama' is because it features things you'd never see in childrens television nowadays - Murder, ghosts, tombs with people being buried alive, stabbings, blood, lots of blood, a witch suffocated to death using her familiar - a mummified corpse of a child, knife fights...i could go on.

Former Doctor Who Patrick Troughton is superb as Teshcata, to put it bluntly he's a murderous evil bastard and Diane Keen is also a stand out as the Empress Chimalma. The sets (it's studio bound) are well designed and the costumes are truly excellent.

A dark, brooding series. Highly recommended, especially as it's a mere three quid in Network's ongoing Bonkers sale.

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Old 10th October 2018, 07:50 PM
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Finished the second and last series of so called children's drama The Feathered Serpent.

It took a couple of episodes to get into but come the end patience is certainly rewarded. Set in early Mexico at an Aztec temple, this is a brilliant drama about the high priest Teshcata attempting to seize power of the Aztec nation.

The reason i said 'so called children's drama' is because it features things you'd never see in childrens television nowadays - Murder, ghosts, tombs with people being buried alive, stabbings, blood, lots of blood, a witch suffocated to death using her familiar - a mummified corpse of a child, knife fights...i could go on.

Former Doctor Who Patrick Troughton is superb as Teshcata, to put it bluntly he's a murderous evil bastard and Diane Keen is also a stand out as the Empress Chimalma. The sets (it's studio bound) are well designed and the costumes are truly excellent.

A dark, brooding series. Highly recommended, especially as it's a mere three quid in Network's ongoing Bonkers sale.

Sounds better and more gruesome than most so called adult shows today
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Sounds better and more gruesome than most so called adult shows today
It's a series i felt i could almost watch again immediately.
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Old 11th October 2018, 07:57 PM
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Watched season one and two of Santa Clarita Diet , can't wait for the third. Watched the first episode of season 3 of Riverdale which seems like it might have a supernatural vibe this season which is not much of a surprise as it is the same universe as chilling adventures of Sabrina. So expecting a crossover
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