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TV Show/Documentary Suggestions/Thoughts

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Thu, Mar 26 2020 7:18 PM by TyMacni. 25 replies.
  • WGTJudgeSmails
    141 Posts
    Fri, Mar 13 2020 9:09 AM

    Hello friends,

    I figured I would try something new in the forums today because I think there are a lot of people right now wondering what to do with the time they are about to have. I know preparing for the coming weeks should be the main task, but I wanted to start a thread for everyone to recommend their favorite shows or documentaries. You can also post the show you are going to start that you haven't seen before. I for one will be starting McMillions this evening, will let everyone know my thoughts once I complete it. Stay safe everyone and lets help each other.

    P.S. If you respond with you are watching old Masters or golf highlights, I want you to know you aren't alone and that the 86' Masters is a great place to start...sorry Greg Norman

    -Judge Smails

  • callaghan159 Canada
    4,523 Posts
    Sun, Mar 15 2020 2:00 AM

    "Million Little Things" is a great show to watch. I don't miss a episode and I don't watch much TV. Also "911" is a pretty good show. It's about emergency services(firefighters). It's a bit far fetched at times but being a retired firefighter I like shows like this.

  • MGB01 Spain
    1,403 Posts
    Sun, Mar 15 2020 3:34 AM
    in these troubled times with corona the best tv would have to be comedy.......only fools and horses is the best british comedy series ever .........and i mean ever.......our friends over the pond would love plonker rodney
  • craigswan United Kingdom
    16,780 Posts
    Mon, Mar 16 2020 8:24 AM

    American pickers and storage war's.

  • jayw4862 United States
    3,287 Posts
    Mon, Mar 16 2020 9:03 PM

    If it isn't College Football, the only times I turn my TV on is to watch Married With Children....and if I can find it, Two and half Men (w/ Charlie Sheen).

    Al Bundy is, and always will be, my hero :-)

  • SimonTheBeetle Canada
    1,274 Posts
    Mon, Mar 16 2020 10:03 PM

    Al Bundy is, and always will be, my hero :-)

    I like Ed, too. :-) I watched him mostly in Modern Family, though.

  • goldeena Thailand
    1,946 Posts
    Mon, Mar 16 2020 10:06 PM

    ....whatever, not interested, don't know what made me want to contribute at all - I must have the virus or something.


    $$$$$$ I only need me $$$$$

  • bypass07 Canada
    1,273 Posts
    Mon, Mar 16 2020 10:28 PM

    Four touchdowns in one game.    LOL


    Check out " Black Watch Snipers" on you tube

  • Tony08888 United States
    260 Posts
    Tue, Mar 17 2020 3:16 AM

    Shows and movies to name a few.

    Saving Private Ryan

    Band of Brothers


    Shawshank Redemption 

    A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (New movie)

    1917 (haven’t seen it yet, but sure it’s a shoe in)


    Planes Trains and Automobiles 

    Uncle Buck

    Law and Order

  • donsprintr United States
    2,050 Posts
    Tue, Mar 17 2020 9:24 PM

    Being old school, I like old stuff ... :-)

    My recommendations would be all on DVD, because I don't think any of them are on the air or in syndication anymore ...

    1. Northern Exposure - comedy about a group of misfits, living in a small logging town in Alaska ... hilarious and thought-provoking ...

    2. Columbo - the dumb looking, cigar smoking , trench-coat wearing sleuth that outthinks his adversaries ... 

    3. Monk - obsessive compulsive detective ... another hilarious show ... 7 thumbs up ...

    And a movie that I haven't seen yet but need to .... Shindler's List ...