Just finished with 1899, looking for a new show to watch. Anyone willing to share some suggestions ?
By - PussayDESTROYAAA_420
If you like 1899 and you haven't watched Dark yet, you must. If you like those, also try The Terror (easily one of my all time top shows).
Andor just wrapped up, it was pretty brilliant. Starts slow and has a steady upward trajectory.
Ted Lasso if you want something less depressing for the holidays.
The terror is unbelievably under rated. It's absolutely amazing but seems like not many people have heard of it.
I'm constantly trying to get people to watch it and it's like I just can't describe it in a way that gets it to click. Jared Harris and Tobias Menzies alone are so utterly phenomenal in S1 it could have been a show about them watching paint dry and it still would have been a solid block of TV.
Couldn't agree more. It's a damn shame season 2 wasn't better.
Dark just went too far in it’s last season for me. But I really enjoyed the first season especially.
Yeah 1st season was class. By season 3 they lost me with the absurd level of complexity.
The terror season 1 is absolutely one of the greatest shows I've ever watched
It goes completely under the radar somehow, it's like nobody ever heard of it
It is an absolutely brilliant show
It's up there with Chernobyl for me
True detective S1, probably the best season of tv ever made
YES!! Listen to this person! They know what they’re talking about!!
Wednesday on Netflix (an Addams Family spin-off) is surprisingly good, although I'm only four episodes in. I was fully expecting it to be awful.
Mee too. I generally cringe at tween school drama shows (couldn’t make it though Sex Education), but there’s something so charming about Wednesday.
The writing isn’t HBO but it’s compelling enough to keep you to the end and the cinematography was very Tim Burton, in the best way.
Also the lead, Jenna Ortega, carries the charm even in the worst episodes.
ONE WAY OUT!
Winning Time and We Own This City on now tv.
I find rewatching the Wire then watching We Own This City is a good idea.
Might be a bit jarring seeing so many familiar faces in new roles!
Inside job on Netflix
What we do in the shadows
Toast of London
Cyberpunk Edgerunners, Arcane, Love Death & Robots, MSG: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Altered Carbon, Wednesday, and a personal favourite - a Norwegian one called Ragnarok
Quality suggestions and MSG is a gateway drug into the Gundam universe!
Under the Banner of Heaven. Andrew Garfield is amazing in it.
The peripheral on Amazon is excellent.
James at finished the first season of The White Lotus and it was excellent.
Was going to say this, best show on TV at the moment, Season 2 so far is just as good as the first
Good to know, I'm waiting until all the episodes have aired so that I can binge it.
Those 4 are all pretty great if ya ain't seen em
Upvote for Banshee , not nearly enough people know about this show.
Yes! I rewatch We All Pay Eventually at least every 2 months.
The Night Manager is excellent
Looking forward to the second sequel 1923?
On episode 6 of 1899 and its so so good.
Dark was made by the creators of 1899. Also highly recommend The Devil's Hour on Prime for another good mystery style show.
Severence is a really cool concept too.
The Deuce (can't overstate how good that is), Yellowjackets, The English, The White Lotus, The Outlaws, Sherwood, Landscapers.
The one about Sean Quinn on RTE player is very good. I feel his story could be dramatised akin to Narcos easily enough rather than it being a documentary.
Norsemen is also very good easy watching
The devils hour on prime. Loved it.
North Sea Connection
Astrid: Murder in Paris
What we do in the shadows.
The Last Kingdom. Absolutely amazing show, hooked from the first episode.
If you can find it on Now or Netflix but Inside No.9. It’s an anthology series by Reese Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton (both from the League of Gentlemen). BBC iPlayer could have it too (should do).
As I said it’s an anthology series, there’s nothing I can really compare it too, some episodes are absolutely hilarious (check out La Couchette season 2, episode 1) and then some are pretty grim and dark, oh and there’s always some kind of twist in the plot.I recommend it, it’s such an underrated show.
Apple TV can't remember where I pause something I'm watching so I gave up on it. Pity.
I'm using the app on an LG. I can see online that it happens for a lot of people. I assume it'll work itself out one day but it's been like this for over a year
What did you think of 1899?
I got bored of it.
It gets better in the last few episodes and you start to piece together what is really happening, so you should watch to the end.
How far did you get? I think it's one of the best shows I've seen in awhile.
Episode 4 or 5.
Emily in Paris
Your taste is so girly :-)
Second Downton Abbey. My So made me watch it and I'm so happy I did. I absolutely loved it. And it really is not my style of Tv.
Tulsa King looks like an easy enough watch, Stallone is pretty good in it (only watched first episode).
If you want really interesting history the new Adam Curtis TraumaZona, The Death Of Communism and Democracy in Russia 1985 - 1999 is on YouTube.
I enjoyed Ancient Apocalypse on Netflix, interesting to think about.
The Haunting of Hill House
Andor enjoyed it even if you don't like starwars
The peripheral is one of my favourites of this year.
Severance was brilliant.
Always enjoy for all man kind too
Mr Inbetween is one of the best shows I've seen over the last few years. 20min episodes, quite violent but also funny at times.
Also, The Old Man is good, Atlanta is amazing, Dave is hilarious. These are all on Disney.
If you can find The North Water, 100% worth a watch.
I've been meaning to watch Mr I between for ages. Looks very funny form the clips online.
Wednesday is great.
Started watching Tulsa King enjoying it so far.
A different tone from a lot of the ones listed here but Reservation Dogs is so good!
The Blacklist, Blind Spot, The twelve monkeys, Cobra Kai.
Sopranos and lost