Emby TV CLUB
Posted 09 May 2020 - 11:46 AM
Posted 09 May 2020 - 04:28 PM
I watched Solar Opposites. From one of the co-creator of Rick and Morty (and obviously so). It's not as good or smart or funny or dark or witty or edgy as R&M but it's still pretty good. And at only 8 episodes long it's pretty easy to binge on a weekend.
I've got that on my list to watch as I love Rick and Morty. I'm also enjoying season 2 of What we do in the shadows and going to check out Brassic which looks interesting.
Posted 15 May 2020 - 10:09 PM
Upload: This is a dystopian nightmare disguised as a lighthearted comedy. The idea that people are just software in 'meat' hardware isn't new, it's been around for (literally) thousands of years (look up 'Gnosticism'). The show has an undeniable charm, and I'll definitely check it out for season 2 (because I enjoy existential horror). I'm a bit boring this way but, philosophically, I hope they delve a little deeper - I think it's possible while still keeping it light and having mass appeal.
The Americans: This came out the year breaking bad ended and was the best thing on tv. I'm watching it for the second time and it's even better on a second viewing. This is one of the best tv shows ever made - up there with The Wire, Sopranos, Breaking Bad, Mad Men. Solid from beginning to end with no missteps or shark jumping.
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