The Watching Thread #5

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Last night, I watched Bridge of Spies. Halfway though I realized I'd already watched it. Oh well, it's a good movie.
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I started watching The Prisoner on Tubi last night. Delightfully weird.
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Ah, The Prisoner. An amazing work of art. My favorite episode is "Many Happy Returns."
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I'm up to Season 3 of Schitt's Creek. It is very enjoyable and quirky. Still working my way through Veep (via DVD) which I absolutely love. Started watching Band of Brothers (via DVD) and am enjoying that as well.
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I've been watching Invincible this week (via streaming sites).
The son of Earth's most powerful superhero is about to become something greater than himself: something bold, something universal, something - Invincible. From the comics to the screen, Invincible follows Mark Grayson's journey of becoming Earth's next great defender after his father, Nolan Grayson: also known as Omni-Man.
It is really good.
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That sounds familiar. I think it's based on an independent comic.
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That sounds familiar. I think it's based on an independent comic.
It's based on a comic written by the same guy who wrote The Walking Dead. I finished the last episode last night. The series has been green-lit for a second and third season.
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Wow. There's a guy who made a bundle by getting into comics. :lol:
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I think I'm up to Season 4 of Schitt's Creek. It has an enjoyable, quirky charm.
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I am part-way through Season Six of Schitt's Creek. Last night, I decided to change it up by watching Jupiter's Way.
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Not much on so I've been mostly watching documentaries on the Roku device.
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I finished Volume 1 of Jupiter's Legacy. Not sure if I'm going to follow it into Volume 2 and beyond.
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I think the Postmodern Deconstructionism thing has been beaten to death.
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