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What to watch? (need Netflix series suggestions)

VickiK

Angel Diva
Have you seen Vincenzo? Another really great kdrama. Song Joong Ki is *chef's kiss* and the drama is hilarious.
Thanks for the tip! Am caught up on Better Call Saul and should be done with Ozark's final episodes in a few days.
 

SkiBam

Angel Diva
Watched a couple of good movies on NF recently: Brooklyn (excellent movie, based on a Colm Toibin novel), also The Children Act, I think from an Ian McEwan novel. Not new ones I don't think but both are terrific. Also watched a great rock-climbing film - The Dawn Wall. A couple of my grandkids are really into rock-climbing so I found this fascinating. And of course catching the new Grace and Frankie season (the last I think).
 

VickiK

Angel Diva
We can PM if you like. I watched last week. Anyone else interested?
 

RachelV

Administrator
Staff member
I appreciate this, because we haven't watched any of Ozark season 4 yet. :smile:

You can also use the spoiler tag thing so the text is hidden in the main thread unless people click to see it:
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Tvan

Angel Diva
Not Netflix, but Apple TV… am I the last living person to discover “Ted Lasso?” It’s wonderful!

I forget who was looking for “The French Chef” original earlier in this thread. We had it on dvd, from Amazon or PBS magazine I think. I loved “Julie and Julia” but did not enjoy the originals with Julia herself. It didn’t stand the test of time, for me anyway.
 

Bookworm

Angel Diva
Not Netflix, but Apple TV… am I the last living person to discover “Ted Lasso?” It’s wonderful!

I forget who was looking for “The French Chef” original earlier in this thread. We had it on dvd, from Amazon or PBS magazine I think. I loved “Julie and Julia” but did not enjoy the originals with Julia herself. It didn’t stand the test of time, for me anyway.
the new HBO show is wonderful!
 

altagirl

Moderator
Staff member
the new HBO show is wonderful!
Agreed - surprisingly, my husband got me into watching Julia with him.

I honestly don't recall seeing the shows but we had a Julia Child cookbook and I vividly remember making souffles as a kid.

Ans @Tvan I thought for sure we were the last to see Ted Lasso but you have me beat!
 

canski

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Lighter fare....and Season 5 is starting tomorrow. Somebody Feed Phil. Live vicariously by eating around the world with Phil - no plot, just smiles.
 

Eera

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
Lighter fare....and Season 5 is starting tomorrow. Somebody Feed Phil. Live vicariously by eating around the world with Phil - no plot, just smiles.
I adore this show! Man, I'd rather travel with Phil than my family.
 

VickiK

Angel Diva
Netflix documentary "14 Peaks - Nothing is Impossible" is incredible, about Nepalese climber Nimsdai Purja who pulls off the super human feat of summiting 14 of the world's highest peaks including K2, Everest, Makalu, Annapurna, Manaslu, Cho Oyo and more in just 7 months.
 

lisamamot

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
I am on Season 3 of Orphan Black and it is no longer free with Amazon Prime! Arghhhhh.
 

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