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PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 11:13 
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Prime fucks around with Season groupings sometimes. I was looking at getting Steven Universe, but they've split a 40 odd episode season into groups of 10-12. Presumably to make more money


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Well, Chernobyl was bloody brilliant. A perfect mini-series, had me gripped from start to finish.

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Prime fucks around with Season groupings sometimes. I was looking at getting Steven Universe, but they've split a 40 odd episode season into groups of 10-12. Presumably to make more money

Steven Universe is so good.


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As for Futurama, somethings fucky.

Season 1 episodes, Wikipedia: 13 Amazon: 9
Season 2 episodes, Wikipedia: 19 Amazon: 20
Season 3 episodes, Wikipedia: 22 Amazon: 15
Season 4 episodes, Wikipedia: 18 Amazon: 12
Season 5 episodes, Wikipedia: 16 Amazon: 16
Season 6 episodes, Wikipedia: 26 (Split into 2x13) Amazon: 4
Season 7 episodes, Wikipedia: 26 (Split into 2x13) Amazon: 13
"Season 8" Amazon: 13
"Season 9" Amazon: 13
"Season 8" Amazon: 13

Wikipedia Total: 140
Amazon Total: 128


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LewieP wrote:
DavPaz wrote:
Prime fucks around with Season groupings sometimes. I was looking at getting Steven Universe, but they've split a 40 odd episode season into groups of 10-12. Presumably to make more money

Steven Universe is so good.

Agree 100%. It's great telly and has some really good messages for the kids to take in.


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As for Futurama, somethings fucky.

Season 1 episodes, Wikipedia: 13 Amazon: 9
Season 2 episodes, Wikipedia: 19 Amazon: 20
Season 3 episodes, Wikipedia: 22 Amazon: 15
Season 4 episodes, Wikipedia: 18 Amazon: 12
Season 5 episodes, Wikipedia: 16 Amazon: 16
Season 6 episodes, Wikipedia: 26 (Split into 2x13) Amazon: 4
Season 7 episodes, Wikipedia: 26 (Split into 2x13) Amazon: 13
"Season 8" Amazon: 13
"Season 9" Amazon: 13
"Season 8" Amazon: 13

Wikipedia Total: 140
Amazon Total: 128


Wikipedia counts the 4 movies (Bender's Big Score, The Beast with a Billion Backs, Bender's Game and Into the Wild Green Yonder) as 4 episodes each encompassing Season 5. Probably why that season isn't on Prime. Amazon considers these 4 movies to be Season 6. So the numbers add up. Only the 4 movies are not on Prime. They've still fucked around with the numbering though


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I've just finished the American Office (again) on Amazon and was wondering what to watch next... Looks like Futurama has saved the day!


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Me too!

I've only seen the odd episode and the DVD set has been on my wishlist for years.


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I can confirm / deny the first few with OLD FASHIONED TECHNOLOGY. Stand by.

You can't, actually, because the DVDs and the broadcast ordering disagree and one isn't any more canonical than the other.

https://www.reddit.com/r/futurama/comme ... dium=web2x


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 Post subject: Re: General Purpose US TV thread
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"Remember that, when Futurama first aired, Fox just basically batted the show around for a couple years, randomly, without any rhyme or reason, and then cancelled the series." doesn't exactly sound like a ringing endorsement.

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"Remember that, when Futurama first aired, Fox just basically batted the show around for a couple years, randomly, without any rhyme or reason, and then cancelled the series." doesn't exactly sound like a ringing endorsement.

Eh, I think that refers to scheduling -- IIRC, Fox changed timeslots a number of times, which probably contributed to Futurama failing to build an audience. Moving the episode ordering and season-splitting around did the show no harm, though, unlike Firefly or Almost Human.

Note that later streaming releases have stuck to the original broadcast order, which also suggests no-one finds it bad or anything.


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I've not watched it for a long time. Are there any major continuity threads?


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Oh God, Almost Human was biblically fucked up.

One ep they hated each other. Next ep they lived together! Next ep they didn't live together, long term injuries hadn't happened yet and they hated each other again!

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Ditto, “Don’t trust the bitch”, which completely fucked the storylines there too. It was still awesome and I am still bitter.

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Finished watching The Boys last night.

The scene with Butcher and the baby was incredible.

Overall, tremendous fun.


I too finished this last night, gobbled it down at two episodes per evening until done.

A welcome antidote to the bloated and ponderous Netflix series (Luke Cage, I'm looking at you), or stuff that completely forgot what made it great in the first place (Jessica Jones, I'm looking at you).

Loved it from start to finish, a wonderful antidote to the crappy world of PG-13 China-Friendly Hollywood superhero films that bore me fucking senseless.

Karl Urban's accent(s) was/were a constant source of fascination, though.

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End of iZombie was a bit "huh". Overall, any scene with Blaine or Donny in was worth watching, and Liv on primary school teacher brains was ace.

3/5, first two series were 5/5.

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Yeah I bailed on the third season of iZombie.


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DavPaz wrote:
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As for Futurama, somethings fucky.

Season 1 episodes, Wikipedia: 13 Amazon: 9
Season 2 episodes, Wikipedia: 19 Amazon: 20
Season 3 episodes, Wikipedia: 22 Amazon: 15
Season 4 episodes, Wikipedia: 18 Amazon: 12
Season 5 episodes, Wikipedia: 16 Amazon: 16
Season 6 episodes, Wikipedia: 26 (Split into 2x13) Amazon: 4
Season 7 episodes, Wikipedia: 26 (Split into 2x13) Amazon: 13
"Season 8" Amazon: 13
"Season 9" Amazon: 13
"Season 8" Amazon: 13

Wikipedia Total: 140
Amazon Total: 128


Wikipedia counts the 4 movies (Bender's Big Score, The Beast with a Billion Backs, Bender's Game and Into the Wild Green Yonder) as 4 episodes each encompassing Season 5. Probably why that season isn't on Prime. Amazon considers these 4 movies to be Season 6. So the numbers add up. Only the 4 movies are not on Prime. They've still fucked around with the numbering though


Those missing episodes are included now. :)

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I've got back into Jack Ryan over the past couple of days and I'm really enjoying it. It's not the kind of thing I'd normally watch, but I like it.


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I've got back into Jack Ryan over the past couple of days and I'm really enjoying it. It's not the kind of thing I'd normally watch, but I like it.


There's nothing excellent about it, but it's all very well put together. Everything works, and it's all enjoyable. If it was a car, Hearthly might spend £20k on it.


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I think I'm slightly in love with your Giphy.


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They did a TV show about Batman's butler. It is set in England, the baddies are The Tories, they had a nod to Alan Turing, showed Jimmy Savile being executed, have Paloma Faith as a comic book villain and I've not seen anyone talking about it.

Your man Alfie is doing a pretty passable impression of a young Michael Caine.

Yeah it's worth watching I think.

Pennyworth.

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I'm an episode in to The Terror, which seems rather well put together - it's about an attempt make the north west passage in the 1800s at some point. I think it's based on a Dan Simmons novel which I haven't read - I loved his Hyperion/Endymion books though so I have high hopes for this. It's already brilliantly creepy and desolate.

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I'm an episode in to The Terror, which seems rather well put together - it's about an attempt make the north west passage in the 1800s at some point. I think it's based on a Dan Simmons novel which I haven't read - I loved his Hyperion/Endymion books though so I have high hopes for this. It's already brilliantly creepy and desolate.

Last summer I was at a pub called The Good Mixer in Camden at roughly 3am, making new friends in the smoking area because all my friends from earlier in the evening had gone home. One of my new friends said he was an actor, and I asked him if he'd been in anything I might have seen. He said "Maybe The Terror?" but I confessed I'd not heard of it.
Anyway, he gave me the premise so I "ordered" it and then watched it a few weeks later.

I really liked it, and if you think it's desolate now OMMFG keep watching. The guy I met plays Hickey.

Series 2 has just started - I've not watched it yet but it's about something different - S01 is a self-contained story.

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Cool, I was hoping it got more bleak :)

"Atmospheric" is certainly a word that comes to mind - it's terrifically well done.

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Just finished the third season of The Handmaid’s Tale. I don’t think the tiring has been as good after the first series (rather, there just seem to many things that don’t make practical sense, rather than script weakness), but it’s still been a series that affects me when watching it perhaps more than anything else I’ve seen.

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Also Josh Lyman.

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He (commander Joseph... Lawrence?) is my favourite-written character. I don’t mean I like him most, but the complexities of character and acting and motivation are never better than when he’s on screen. It’s a marvellous role.

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They did a TV show about Batman's butler. It is set in England, the baddies are The Tories, they had a nod to Alan Turing, showed Jimmy Savile being executed, have Paloma Faith as a comic book villain and I've not seen anyone talking about it.

Your man Alfie is doing a pretty passable impression of a young Michael Caine.

Yeah it's worth watching I think.

Pennyworth.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIvOHGIzCd0


I've got a few episodes queued up to watch. I'll give it a try later, ta


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Gotham stars Sean Pertwee as Alfred and he's bloody perfect.

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Gotham stars Sean Pertwee as Alfred and he's bloody perfect.

Last season up on Netflix now!

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Pennyworth is the same creators as Gotham, but they're not specifically tied together other than its Batman innit.


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Preacher season 4 has got particularly odd - it's still great and all, but seems borderline psychedelic now in terms of the plotting.

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I’m really enjoying Pennyworth. The alternate surreal London is fascinating.


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Firefly is on Amazon Prime now, so I might give that a rewatch over the weekend.

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One of the Bojack peeps done a telly series for Prime which looks great! 8 episodes/30 mins



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21 seasons of South Park have been added to Amazon Prime today.

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Really enjoyed The Boys on Amazon Prime.

Great new take on all the super hero stuff.
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But The Butcher's "English" accent is jarring, I take it he's an Aussie actor?

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Really enjoyed The Boys on Amazon Prime.

Great new take on all the super hero stuff.
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But The Butcher's "English" accent is jarring, I take it he's an Aussie actor?

Karl Urban? Kiwi.

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His accent definitely makes a trip to South Africa in a couple of places too.

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G'day! I'll chack a few FOCKING PROWNS on the barbey, teewdle pip, what what.

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Karl Urban? Kiwi.

No, he's definitely human.

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I felt all "The Boys" were a touch under-developed.

MM - nothing to him.
Butcher - very angry with an annoying accent
The Female - well, there's not much they could do there
Frenchie - him I liked. Nutty in a good way.
Hughie - pretty much the only character with any kind of arc.

Whereas the superheroes were almost all great, with much more depth to them. Homelander was note-perfect.


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I felt all "The Boys" were a touch under-developed.

SO MANY TITLES *faints*

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Zardoz wrote:
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I felt all "The Boys" were a touch under-developed.

SO MANY TITLES *faints*


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