I've been watching a lot of stuff on Netflix recently.
I watched Alias Grace which I really enjoyed. It's a good mystery with a great performance from the lead actress. Some of the dialogue seems a little too forced with being set in the period but if you remind yourself that you're seeing the story as described by the unreliable narrator it lets me get past some of it.
I also watched the first season of Ozark and I'm all in for a second season. I liked the core family a lot, loved the setting, and found myself invested in the story. And I passed the pedo test on the daughter. The character is 15 years old and while watching I thought she was hot. I googled the actress and she's 18 so I passed (but barely).
I started watching Bloodline next since it seemed pretty similar to Ozark. It's off to a good start for me. It's also nice to start watching something that has multiple seasons.
I had seen the first season when it first aired and loved it but I never saw the rest
And man, that was terrible. I have no clue how I got through the three other seasons but I did and I'm just happy I can start another show.
The ending was especially bad. So many people were useless like Mohinder or Matt, it's just sad when you compare it to the first season
I don't think any show was fucked over more by the writer's strike than Heroes.
FYI for those that don't know Full House is coming to Hallmark Channel. I mention this cause while it's on different networks they will be showing in it's original order starting with first episode. I love when they do that with shows. It's way it should be done. It all starts on New Years Day
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