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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebsoria View Post
    Killed my Hulu last night. Figured that between Netflix and "other" ways of watching that I didn't need to be wasting the $11.99. I know, not a large amount of money, but still wasted.

    And I also realized.. I was spending waaay too much time trying to keep up or catch up on my shows. When in reality I could be doing something productive with that time.
    Gotta do what you gotta do, I actually upgraded to Hulu live for football season since now I can get my local channels on it , its pretty great and i can switch back in February. also watching "Fresh Off the Boat", its really good.

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  2. #17
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    Watching shark tank and the most recent episode has a gut punch at the end.

    Over all I tend to watch shark tank and usually some of the animated shows (family guy, Bob's burgers, Cleveland brown, south park ect). And some random things for back ground noise when trying to go to bed.

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    All caught up on Runaways, surprising good. Didn't think I'd like it. Not the best Marvel show, probably bottom of the list. But still good.

    The Gifted, might actually be up there with Daredevil for best Marvel TV show imo. Really enjoying it, can't wait for the next episode.

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    I killed my Hulu, but there are way to still watch. So, I checked out 11.22.63. I actually enjoyed that! Seeing the throwback to the early 60's and the outfits, cars, etc... it was very neat. Not to mention the who "trying to change history" thing.
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    Brockmire Season 1.


    Absolutely hilarious. If you like dark raunchy and also somehow uplifting comedy I would highly recommend. Hank Azaria is great, Amanda Peet as well. I can't wait for season 2 to become available.



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    What we do in the Shadows.


    If you like the Office, or Shaun of the Dead, or both, you will enjoy this.



  7. #22
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    Recently got hooked on NOS4A2, because I love Joe Hill's books. Hadn't read this one, but got into the series on Hulu. I'm now watching the Castle Rock series.... Had a free trial for Hulu, when I checked it out, I'm almost ready to cut ties with Directv, just haven't done it yet. Maybe tomorrow.
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    There is no uncertainty that the Office is one of the greats parody shows ever. Their exceptional parody narrative makes it extraordinary. Its a television show rotating around the lives of individual representatives in a paper organization. To summarize it, its the entire bundle. It merits viewing a million times, and I'm certain there are heaps of fans out there who have watched it commonly and guarantee to have a deep understanding of this show!
    Last edited by fanoffice; 07-10-2020 at 11:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fanoffice View Post
    There is no uncertainty that the Office is one of the greats parody shows ever. Their exceptional parody narrative makes it extraordinary. Its a television show rotating around the lives of individual representatives in a paper organization. To summarize it, its the entire bundle. It merits viewing a million times, and I'm certain there are heaps of fans out there who have watched it commonly and guarantee to have a deep understanding of this show!
    Iíve watched it once all the way through and havenít watched a single episode since the show ended.

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