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TV series of which you've seen every single episode?

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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » December 14th, 2017, 3:10 am

I had put together a version of this list a while back and was adding some new titles, was curious about which ones you guys have completed. I'm putting the ongoing series in italics...

3rd Rock from the Sun - 6 seasons
Angel - 5 seasons
Arrested Development - 4 seasons
Ash vs. Evil Dead - 2 seasons
Buffy the Vampire Slayer - 7 seasons
Corner Gas - 6 seasons
The Critic - 2 seasons
Daria - 5 seasons
Dilbert - 2 seasons
Eastbound & Down - 4 seasons
Farscape - 4 seasons (including The Peacekeeper Wars)
Firefly - 1 season
The Flash (1990s) - 1 season
Freaks and Geeks - 1 season
Friends - 10 seasons
Fringe - 5 seasons
Gilmore Girls - 7 seasons (plus A Year in the Life)
Heroes - 4 seasons
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - 12 seasons
Jessica Jones - 1 season
Justice League - 2 seasons
Kim Possible - 4 seasons
The King of Queens - 9 seasons
The Lone Gunmen - 1 season
Lost - 6 seasons
Malcolm in the Middle - 7 seasons
Married...with Children - 11 seasons
My So-Called Life - 1 season
The Office (U.S.) - 9 seasons
Seinfeld - 9 seasons
Spaced - 2 seasons
Star Trek - 3 seasons
Star Trek: The Animated Series - 2 seasons
Star Trek: The Next Generation - 7 seasons
Superman: The Animated Series - 3 seasons
Tales from the Crypt - 7 seasons
Taxi - 5 seasons
That's My Bush! - 1 season
Veronica Mars - 3 seasons
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Post by maxwelldeux » December 14th, 2017, 3:23 pm

Ah yes - a thread in which I can excel...

Arrested Development - 4 seasons
Better Off Ted - 2 seasons
Bill Nye Saves the World - 1 season
The Blue Planet - 1 season
Bob's Burgers - 8 seasons
Camp Cutthroat - 2 seasons
The Catch - 2 seasons
Chelsea Does... - 1 season
Community - 6 seasons
Conviction - 1 season
Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 - 2 seasons
Drunk History - 4 seasons
The Event - 1 season
The Fall - 3 seasons
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life - 1 season
The Good Place - 2 seasons
The Great Indoors - 1 season
Happy Endings - 3 seasons
House of Cards - 5 seasons
How I Met Your Mother - 9 seasons
Hunting Hitler - 2 seasons
Inside Amy Schumer - 4 seasons
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - 12 seasons
Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle - 2 seasons
The Keepers - 1 season
Key & Peele - 5 seasons
The Killing - 4 seasons
The League - 7 seasons
Lucky Louie - 1 season
Master of None - 2 seasons
New Girl - 6 seasons
The Newsroom - 3 seasons
Notorious - 1 season
The Office (US) - 9 seasons
O.J.: Made in America - 1 season
Oliver Stone's Untold History of the United States - 1 season
Out of Practice - 1 season
Parks and Recreation - 7 seasons
Planet Earth - 1 season
Raising Hope - 4 seasons
The Real O'Neals - 2 seasons
Santa Clarita Diet - 1 season
Scream: The TV Series - 2 seasons
Time Traveling Bong - 1 season
Traffic Light - 1 season
Trial & Error - 1 season
Welcome to Sweden - 2 seasons
White Rabbit Project - 1 season
The Wire - 5 seasons
World of Dance - 1 seasons

And that's since April 2016, when I joined trakt.tv (I didn't back-fill my watchlist).

Other series that I have to do from memory, since I watched them before that date (I'm sure I'm missing some):

Alias - 5 seasons
Awake - 1 season
Bones - 12 seasons
Castle - 8 seasons
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey - 1 season
Defying Gravity - 1 season
Firefly - 1 season
Flashforward - 1 season
Frasier - 11 seasons
Gilmore Girls - 7 seasons
House - 8 seasons
Monk - 8 seasons
My Big Fat Greek Life - 1 season
Nip/Tuck - 7 seasons
Prison Break - 4 seasons
Reba - 6 seasons
Rules of Engagement - 7 seasons
The Office (UK) - 2 seasons
Scrubs - 9 seasons
Sex and the City - 6 seasons
Six Feet Under - 5 seasons
Sports Night - 2 seasons
Undeclared - 1 season
Weeds - 8 seasons
Wings - 8 seasons

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Post by blueboybob » December 14th, 2017, 3:55 pm

Every one of these shows that I'm following -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/following

I have seen every aired episode


This site even shows how much time I "wasted" -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/time_wasted
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Post by albajos » December 14th, 2017, 4:08 pm

excluding miniseries or anything else with just one season

Batman - 3 seasons (1966-1968)
The Critic - 3 seasons (1994-2000) (all networks, even the webseries)
Fawlty Towers - 2 seasons (1975-1979)
Futurama - 7 seasons (and 4 full length features) (1999-2013)
Lilyhammer - 3 seasons (2012-2014)
Sherlock - 4 seasons (2010-2017)
Star Trek - The Next Generation - 7 seasons (1987-1994)
Twin Peaks - 3 seasons (1990-2017)
and probably all of Friends and Seinfeld
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Post by Armoreska » December 14th, 2017, 4:28 pm

How did you guys suffer through all of Star Trek TNG. Worthwhile episodes are few and far between AFAIK
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Post by GruesomeTwosome » December 14th, 2017, 5:19 pm

Ongoing series:

South Park (22 seasons)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (13 seasons)
Homeland (7 seasons)
Better Call Saul (4 seasons)
Fargo (3 seasons)
Silicon Valley (5 seasons)
Fear the Walking Dead (4 seasons)
Get Shorty (2 season)
Arrested Development (4 seasons) - apparently Netflix is making a 5th season next year?
Orange is the New Black (6 seasons)


Series that have ended:

Breaking Bad (5 seasons)
Freaks and Geeks (1 season)
My So-Called Life (1 season)
Undeclared (1 season)
Beavis & Butt-head (8 seasons)
Eastbound & Down (4 seasons)
Vice Principals (2 seasons)
Louie (5 seasons)
Father Ted (3 seasons)
Chappelle's Show (3 seasons)
True Detective (2 seasons) - I think there are no plans for more of this?
Da Ali G Show (3 seasons)
The Office UK (2 seasons)
Extras (2 seasons)
Rome (2 seasons)
Todd McFarlane's Spawn (3 seasons)
Terriers (1 season)
Bates Motel (5 seasons)
Hello Ladies (1 season)
Family Tree (1 season)
Togetherness (2 seasons)
The Last Man on Earth (4 seasons)
Nathan For You (4 seasons)

I certainly could be forgetting a series here and there...
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Post by OldAle1 » December 14th, 2017, 5:56 pm

Precious few, and all of them are "old"; leaving aside 1-season shows like Firefly, The Prisoner, etc, probably just these:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Monty Python's Flying Circus
The Six Million Dollar Man
Star Trek
(original series)

Had been up to date on The Big Bang Theory until the middle of last season but kind of lost interest, not so much in the show itself but just in keeping up. Just hasn't been the way I've lived my life to keep up with TV shows.

And I'm currently very slowly going through

M Squad which everybody should see because Lee Marvin was the coolest human ever
Mary Tyler Moore which everybody should see because Lou Grant might be the best TV character ever

And I hope in the next couple of years to watch

Angel
Babylon 5
Battlestar Galactica
(new)

Oh and I'll have to get around to season 3 of Twin Peaks as well.
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Post by 72allinncallme » December 14th, 2017, 6:25 pm

Hmm, going by memory (Everything with at least two seasons):

Better Call Saul (ongoing, 3 seasons)
Black Mirror (ongoing, 3 seasons)
Boss (2 seasons)
Boston Legal (5 seasons)
Breaking Bad (5 seasons)
Dexter (8 seasons)
Heroes (4 seasons)
How I Met Your Mother (8 seasons)
Oz (6 seasons)
The Sopranos (6 seasons)
The Wire (5 seasons)
True Detective (2 seasons)
Twin Peaks (2 seasons (according to IMDb anyway :whistling: )
Weeds (8 seasons)

I tend to watch (and love) series that starts with the letter B :lol:
I have a few series that’s ongoing where I’ve watched all but the latest season (Fargo, Shameless etc). Tend to prioritize movies these days. But I will get to finish them eventually
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Post by flaiky » December 14th, 2017, 7:34 pm

Blackadder - multiple times
Boardwalk Empire
Breaking Bad
Fawlty Towers - multiple times
Friends - multiple times
Game of Thrones - twice, apart from most recent season
Gavin & Stacey - about three times
Gilmore Girls - multiple times
Grace & Frankie (I don't even like this show much, but I love JF and it's easy to have in the background)
Green Wing
Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends - pretty damn sure I've seen them all, some 2-3 times
Mad Men
The Marvellous Mrs Maisel
The Office (UK) - twice?
Parenthood
Peep Show - at least twice, earlier seasons more like 4 times
People Just Do Nothing
Six Feet Under - multiple times
Spaced - pretty sure I've seen them all
Twin Peaks - twice, original only (can't believe I still haven't seen The Return..)

I feel like I've see all of Dexter, but I actually haven't. I got fed up after S5, then when it ended I went back and watched the last two seasons. So I haven't seen S6.

Fargo will make this list when I watch S3, which I certainly will.

There's probably some other shows from my "youth", as well. Like there was a BBC series called Playing the Field that I loved, heh, I've probably seen all of that.
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Post by maxwelldeux » December 14th, 2017, 7:58 pm

blueboybob on Dec 14 2017, 08:55:04 AM wrote:Every one of these shows that I'm following -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/following

I have seen every aired episode


This site even shows how much time I "wasted" -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/time_wasted
Your profile is private there... :whistling:

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Post by AdamH » December 14th, 2017, 8:05 pm

Pretty tough to remember everything I've seen to be honest. Going purely by what I've rated on IMDb:

TV series
Arrested Development
Black Mirror
Blackadder
Brass Eye
Breaking Bad
Chewin' the Fat
Detectorists
Dexter
Extras
Fargo
Father Ted
Fawlty Towers
Firefly
Frasier
Freaks and Geeks
Friends
Game of Thrones
House of Cards (US)
Jam
Lost
Malcolm in the Middle
Mr. Bean
One Foot in the Grave
Only Fools and Horses
Peep Show
Rick and Morty
Seinfeld
Sherlock
Six Feet Under
Spaced
Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle
Still Game
Stranger Things
The Apprentice (UK)
The Day Today
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
The Newsroom
The Office (UK)
The Smoking Room
The Storyteller
The Wire
True Detective

Mini-series
Band of Brothers
Dekalog
House of Cards (UK)
I, Claudius
Over the Garden Wall
Pride and Prejudice
The Borrowers
The Power of Nightmares: The Rise of the Politics of Fear
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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » December 14th, 2017, 8:08 pm

Armoreska on Dec 14 2017, 09:28:08 AM wrote:How did you guys suffer through all of Star Trek TNG. Worthwhile episodes are few and far between AFAIK
Not really. The first season is pretty poor and the second and seventh have their ups and downs, but three through six are very consistent.

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Post by AdamH » December 14th, 2017, 8:11 pm

I've also seen all of the original Twin Peaks but I haven't seen the new series. In that case, I wouldn't consider myself to have seen all of Twin Peaks. I'd definitely consider both Twins Peaks to be part of the same thing regardless of IMDb's weird policy of splitting programmes up into separate entries. They seriously don't understand how British programmes work and seem to insist on splitting them up into different entries for some reason e.g. Blackadder (but there are many, many more examples).

At least Twin Peaks was a comeback after a long time. The British ones are often very close to each other in release date.

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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » December 14th, 2017, 8:25 pm

flaiky on Dec 14 2017, 12:34:22 PM wrote:Blackadder - multiple times
Boardwalk Empire
Breaking Bad
Fawlty Towers - multiple times
Friends - multiple times
Game of Thrones - twice, apart from most recent season
Gavin & Stacey - about three times
Gilmore Girls - multiple times
Grace & Frankie (I don't even like this show much, but I love JF and it's easy to have in the background)
Green Wing
Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends - pretty damn sure I've seen them all, some 2-3 times
Mad Men
The Marvellous Mrs Maisel
The Office (UK) - twice?
Parenthood
Peep Show - at least twice, earlier seasons more like 4 times
People Just Do Nothing
Six Feet Under - multiple times
Spaced - pretty sure I've seen them all
Twin Peaks - twice, original only (can't believe I still haven't seen The Return..)

I feel like I've see all of Dexter, but I actually haven't. I got fed up after S5, then when it ended I went back and watched the last two seasons. So I haven't seen S6.

Fargo will make this list when I watch S3, which I certainly will.

There's probably some other shows from my "youth", as well. Like there was a BBC series called Playing the Field that I loved, heh, I've probably seen all of that.
I love Gilmore Girls, and just caught up to AYITL recently - I didn't hate it, but I felt as though it didn't really live up to the show. I own the complete series on DVD and I've been rewatching a lot of episodes from seasons 4 and 5 lately.

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Post by flaiky » December 14th, 2017, 8:27 pm

AdamH on Dec 14 2017, 01:11:38 PM wrote:I've also seen all of the original Twin Peaks but I haven't seen the new series. In that case, I wouldn't consider myself to have seen all of Twin Peaks. I'd definitely consider both Twins Peaks to be part of the same thing regardless of IMDb's weird policy of splitting programmes up into separate entries. They seriously don't understand how British programmes work and seem to insist on splitting them up into different entries for some reason e.g. Blackadder (but there are many, many more examples).

At least Twin Peaks was a comeback after a long time. The British ones are often very close to each other in release date.
Blackadder being split on IMDB is kind of infuriating. Just, why? If stuff like Fargo and True Detective, that have totally different actors for each season, can be combined as one TV show then Blackadder definitely should be.

What other British shows do this?

Twin Peaks, I don't know, I'm undecided...I can see the argument for considering it separate (based purely on the time gap, new network, and advertising; I can't comment on the content).
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Post by flaiky » December 14th, 2017, 8:34 pm

jokerswild1 is dead on wrote:I love Gilmore Girls, and just caught up to AYITL recently - I didn't hate it, but I felt as though it didn't really live up to the show. I own the complete series on DVD and I've been rewatching a lot of episodes from seasons 4 and 5 lately.
Oh man, I can't stand AYITL. It feels so different and lazy that it actually kind of offends me. I was always sceptical of it being revived and it never should have happened IMO. But yes, the original show is magic and endlessly rewatchable.

Check out The Marvellous Mrs Maisel. Rachel Brosnahan is giving Lauren Graham a run for her money in the "ASP luminous leading ladies" competition, and that's saying something!
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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » December 14th, 2017, 8:48 pm

flaiky on Dec 14 2017, 01:34:23 PM wrote:
jokerswild1 is dead on wrote:I love Gilmore Girls, and just caught up to AYITL recently - I didn't hate it, but I felt as though it didn't really live up to the show. I own the complete series on DVD and I've been rewatching a lot of episodes from seasons 4 and 5 lately.
Oh man, I can't stand AYITL. It feels so different and lazy that it actually kind of offends me. I was always sceptical of it being revived and it never should have happened IMO. But yes, the original show is magic and endlessly rewatchable.

Check out The Marvellous Mrs Maisel. Rachel Brosnahan is giving Lauren Graham a run for her money in the "ASP luminous leading ladies" competition, and that's saying something!
Yeah, there's a lot that felt off to me, Lorelei "doing Wild" is maybe the biggest thing. There's smaller stuff that annoys me like how the town chipped in to buy Kirk a pig so he and Lulu wouldn't have children, like they're such morons that they don't trust them. And the thirty something gang running joke did nothing for me.

I'd like to see MMM and Bunheads at some point, yeah.

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Post by sebby » December 14th, 2017, 8:56 pm

Seinfeld x about 12.

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Post by AdamH » December 14th, 2017, 9:20 pm

flaiky on Dec 14 2017, 01:27:31 PM wrote:
AdamH on Dec 14 2017, 01:11:38 PM wrote:I've also seen all of the original Twin Peaks but I haven't seen the new series. In that case, I wouldn't consider myself to have seen all of Twin Peaks. I'd definitely consider both Twins Peaks to be part of the same thing regardless of IMDb's weird policy of splitting programmes up into separate entries. They seriously don't understand how British programmes work and seem to insist on splitting them up into different entries for some reason e.g. Blackadder (but there are many, many more examples).

At least Twin Peaks was a comeback after a long time. The British ones are often very close to each other in release date.
Blackadder being split on IMDB is kind of infuriating. Just, why? If stuff like Fargo and True Detective, that have totally different actors for each season, can be combined as one TV show then Blackadder definitely should be.

What other British shows do this?

Twin Peaks, I don't know, I'm undecided...I can see the argument for considering it separate (based purely on the time gap, new network, and advertising; I can't comment on the content).
Prime Suspect is another example.

I would kind of say the original House of Cards but even wiki lists them separately and they do have separate titles. To me, though, these things are part of the same programme. Not so clear cut in this case. They wouldn't say "House of Cards series 2" for example.

Why Blackadder has everything listed separately (including special episodes), I have no idea.
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Post by blueboybob » December 15th, 2017, 1:27 am

maxwelldeux on Dec 14 2017, 12:58:40 PM wrote:
blueboybob on Dec 14 2017, 08:55:04 AM wrote:Every one of these shows that I'm following -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/following

I have seen every aired episode


This site even shows how much time I "wasted" -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/time_wasted
Your profile is private there... :whistling:
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Post by maxwelldeux » December 15th, 2017, 1:43 am

blueboybob on Dec 14 2017, 06:27:56 PM wrote:
maxwelldeux on Dec 14 2017, 12:58:40 PM wrote:
blueboybob on Dec 14 2017, 08:55:04 AM wrote:Every one of these shows that I'm following -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/following

I have seen every aired episode


This site even shows how much time I "wasted" -- http://followmy.tv/u/blueboybob/time_wasted
Your profile is private there... :whistling:
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Goodness... (D:) :circle:

I've only been on the site about 20 months and haven't backfilled, but here's my full list: https://trakt.tv/users/maxwelldeux/progress

So ~95 days of TV and 77 days for movies in the last 1.67 years.

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Post by blocho » December 15th, 2017, 5:57 am

Very short list:

Seinfeld
The Wire
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Twin Falls

When I was growing up in the 90s, TV kind of sucked. That's why I stuck with movies. Then, over the past ten years, everything switched. Now, with streaming everything, I feel like there's not much difference.

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Post by 3eyes » December 15th, 2017, 6:51 am

Monty Python's Flying Circus (many times)
Blackadder
Foyle's War (most of it twice)
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries
Twin Peaks (1990-91)
Les grandes Grandes Vacances
House of Cards (UK)
Priklyucheniya Sherloka Kholmsa i doktora Vatsona
The Rose of Versailles / Berusaiyu no bara
The Great War Diaries (2014)
Hollywood: A celebration of American silent film
Cinema Europe: The Other Hollywood
The voyage of Charles Darwin (78)
Die andere Heimat - Chronik einer Sehnsucht

Monty Python is the only one I initially saw on TV. There were a bunch of Masterpiece Theater series but I can't remember them all (for instance, not sure if I saw all of Upstairs, Downstairs in the early 70s). And various other miniseries but I'm not sure what counts.

Edit: I got carried away last night: It did occur to me after I went to bed that the following were not made for TV:

Tih Minh
Les Vampires
Judex
The perils of Pauline

As the only member here who grew up with radio (saw my first TV while visiting NY in 1945, my parents didn't have one until I was out of college, and we had a one for a brief while during the 70s, but not since) I just don't think in TV terms.
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Post by albajos » December 16th, 2017, 6:21 pm

The probability is high that I have seen all of Mr. Bean, Cheers, Frasier, Poirot, Benny Hill, The Muppet Show and Blackadder as well.

But this was live on TV and way ahead of me writing anything down.

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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » May 14th, 2018, 5:21 pm

Few more...

Birds of Prey - 1
Black Books - 3
Breaking Bad - 5 (but 6 really)
The Maxx - 1

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Post by 72allinncallme » May 14th, 2018, 5:41 pm

72allinncallme on Dec 14 2017, 11:25:22 AM wrote:Better Call Saul (ongoing, 3 seasons)
Black Mirror (ongoing, 3 seasons)
Boss (2 seasons)
Boston Legal (5 seasons)
Breaking Bad (5 seasons)

I tend to watch (and love) series that starts with the letter B :lol:
I’m considering watch/binge Brotherhood (2006). A reliable source said that it’s «kinda like Sopranos only better». Anyone here seen it?

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Post by RedHawk10 » May 15th, 2018, 3:00 am

To those of you who haven't seen the third season of Twin Peaks yet...you're in for a treat.

I've seen all of:

Twin Peaks
Lost
Game of Thrones
Breaking Bad
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Farscape
The Office (US version)

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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » May 15th, 2018, 5:34 pm

Just watched the last six episodes of The Office (UK) last night - I bet this list would be a lot longer if I was British...

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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » May 15th, 2018, 5:36 pm

RedHawk10 on May 14 2018, 09:00:01 PM wrote:To those of you who haven't seen the third season of Twin Peaks yet...you're in for a treat.

I've seen all of:

Twin Peaks
Lost
Game of Thrones
Breaking Bad
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Farscape
The Office (US version)
I've seen all of these except Twin Peaks (got about halfway into season 2 and it kinda got lost in the shuffle, will finish at some point) and Game of Thrones (haven't seen at all), will probably watch both in their entirety shortly as I own the complete series of both.

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Post by flaiky » May 15th, 2018, 6:28 pm

jokerswild1 is dead on May 15 2018, 11:34:04 AM wrote:Just watched the last six episodes of The Office (UK) last night - I bet this list would be a lot longer if I was British...
So which do you think is better, the US or UK one? I haven't seen any of the US one. But I've been obsessively watching James Corden videos on youtube lately, heh, and he takes on a real David Brent persona in his sketches and I'm really getting the urge for a rewatch of The Office UK. I'm sure I'll get through it in no time. I gave Gavin & Stacey ( (l) ) a complete rewatch recently and it was so quick and easy! Yep, British series are a breeze.

I can also add to my list, since December:

This Is Us
The Leftovers
Big Little Lies (which I guess counts, since it's coming back for a second season...)

I'm definitely more into TV at the moment than films. I might actually finally start Deadwood.
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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » May 15th, 2018, 11:28 pm

flaiky on May 15 2018, 12:28:27 PM wrote:
jokerswild1 is dead on May 15 2018, 11:34:04 AM wrote:Just watched the last six episodes of The Office (UK) last night - I bet this list would be a lot longer if I was British...
So which do you think is better, the US or UK one? I haven't seen any of the US one. But I've been obsessively watching James Corden videos on youtube lately, heh, and he takes on a real David Brent persona in his sketches and I'm really getting the urge for a rewatch of The Office UK. I'm sure I'll get through it in no time. I gave Gavin & Stacey ( (l) ) a complete rewatch recently and it was so quick and easy! Yep, British series are a breeze.

I can also add to my list, since December:

This Is Us
The Leftovers
Big Little Lies (which I guess counts, since it's coming back for a second season...)

I'm definitely more into TV at the moment than films. I might actually finally start Deadwood.
I guess overall I'd say the U.K. version is better. I did like the US version a lot too, mind you, but they really lose the sense of reality the original had as it goes on. The pilot episodes are also way too alike, American is pretty much the same but not as good with all the same jokes (assistant to the regional manager, jell-o, the fake firing, etc.). The only thing that bothers me about the UK version is that I have a slight problem with second hand embarrassment, so it's a little hard for me to watch Brent humiliate himself sometimes, lol, especially in the second series.

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Post by RedHawk10 » May 16th, 2018, 4:50 pm

jokerswild1 is dead on May 15 2018, 11:36:23 AM wrote:
RedHawk10 on May 14 2018, 09:00:01 PM wrote:To those of you who haven't seen the third season of Twin Peaks yet...you're in for a treat.

I've seen all of:

Twin Peaks
Lost
Game of Thrones
Breaking Bad
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Farscape
The Office (US version)
I've seen all of these except Twin Peaks (got about halfway into season 2 and it kinda got lost in the shuffle, will finish at some point) and Game of Thrones (haven't seen at all), will probably watch both in their entirety shortly as I own the complete series of both.
The latter part of Season 2 gets kind of goofy but the finale more than makes up for it. And I don't think there's a single weak episode in The Return.

Game of Thrones took a pretty huge drop in quality after Season 4 IMO, but I feel obligated to see it through after following the series for so long.

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Post by jokerswild1 is dead » May 19th, 2018, 12:44 am

Community - 6 seasons (and a movie?)
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Post by maxwelldeux » June 4th, 2018, 1:51 am

The Looming Tower - 10 episodes

Based on a non-fiction book of the same name, this one covers the rivalry between the FBI and CIA and how that helped lead to 9/11. Interesting story intermixed with some historical footage. Great acting and tension build through the series, and you can see the reasons for problems.

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Post by albajos » July 31st, 2018, 11:28 am

excluding miniseries or anything else with just one season

Futurama - 7 seasons (and 4 full length features) (1999-2013)
Star Trek - The Next Generation - 7 seasons (1987-1994)
Sherlock - 4 seasons (2010-2017)
Batman - 3 seasons (1966-1968)
The Critic - 3 seasons (1994-2000) (all networks, even the webseries)
Lilyhammer - 3 seasons (2012-2014)
Twin Peaks - 3 seasons (1990-2017)
Daredevil - 2 seasons (2015-) ongoing
Fawlty Towers - 2 seasons (1975-1979)
Jessica Jones - 2 seasons (2015-) ongoing
Luke Cage - 2 seasons (2016-) ongoing

I've also started on the 60s Doctor Who, but that is alot of epsiodes to get through before it can be added here (I've seen all after Doctor #9)

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Post by Hippiemans » August 1st, 2018, 11:14 am

Only shows that have finished:

Friends
Seinfeld
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Cheers
Frasier
Futurama
Porridge
Going Straight
Men Behaving Badly
Black Books
Allo Allo
Are You Being Served
Blackadder
Please, Sir!
The Office UK
Extra’s
Life’s Too Short
Married...with Children
Louie
Fawlty Towers
The It Crowd
The Young Ones
Bottom
Coupling
Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em
Grace & Favour
Taxi
My Wife And Kids

Dexter
True Blood
Black Sails
Six Feet Under
The Newsroom
Breaking Bad
Rome
Boardwalk Empire
Lilyhammer

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Post by blueboybob » August 1st, 2018, 12:49 pm

I'm working on Will & Grace, then I'm going to finally watch all of The Wire

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Post by maxwelldeux » August 1st, 2018, 4:15 pm

blueboybob wrote:
August 1st, 2018, 12:49 pm
I'm working on Will & Grace, then I'm going to finally watch all of The Wire
Have you seen The Corner? If not, I'd suggest it. Maybe even before The Wire.

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Post by blueboybob » August 1st, 2018, 4:42 pm

I have

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