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Discussion in 'Personal' started by BelleDuJour, Jul 11, 2019.
Sunday 9pm.................need I say more???
Recorded the last series, 8 episodes. haven't got round to watching it yet. I suppose I'd better set the PVR for the new one.
Mills and Boon on tv.
Last series as well I think.
Other channels are available!
Well, I for one have enjoyed the series.
Robin Ellis and Angharad ( sp ? ) Rees were very watchable . Not caught the latest offfering
I for two, have enjoyed it as well.
In fact, I am currently re-reading the books, which I haven't read for many years, and enjoying them too. I had forgotten how well researched they are. However, I am a little concerned that this new series does not use material from the books, but is "new" material. Hmmm.
@minnie me, I was rather touched to see Robin Ellis appear in a cameo role in the new version.
Very true. The non book handmaid's tale seems to be going along nicely from my point of view so there's hope.
I've never seen Poldark (don't fancy it) BUT - have been watching Killing Eve on BBC i-player. It's the only BBC show I've watched in ages (apart from Fleabag last year) and I loved it so much. Jodie Comer is great.
I want the Warleggans to suffer horrible deaths. I was ecstatic when the vicar got pulled to his death by his horse. I hate the injustice!
Does Sandra Oh not have any other facial expressions at all?
She looks as if she is either suffering from a massive BOTOX overdose or was taught emotional expression at the Charles Bronson School of Acting!
She's not even required to say very much. Just a lot of intense looking ,Eastenders style.
Then there's those peaky blinders set to make a comeback...
Hated the books, all the series, the actors, the historical inaccuracies. Tscha.
Yes, al cluck off until you present a depiction anywhere remotely resembling the reality for working class people at the time.
Can't wait for "Taff the girder(1980)" for my Dad to start spinning.