WHO Poll
Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
18%
  
b. If we're still lingering around the bottom three by the start of the WC then that's the time to get rid
39%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
37%
  
d. I've just got my new Orange & White 3rd Kit with Moyesinho on the back, I can't wait to wear it down to the supermarket, they call me Mr West Ham around here
6%
  



HairySpotter 1:24 Wed Sep 10
Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Just finished The Killing liked it a lot but not really the last season as much.

Breaking Bad, Homeland done

Was going to do Luther or The Wire next - can you tell me which one is best of the two?

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Alan 6:32 Wed Sep 28
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
ted fenton 10:47 Wed Sep 28

"I've found that since having a VPN it enhances Kodi Firestick etc., but slows down Netflix considerably and we're on very fast broadband"

ted, use the split tunneling feature on your VPN to get round your Netflix problem.
This way you'd set your VPN to encrypt everything apart from Netflix (and anything else you want to add e.g. Amazon Prime). So, no slow down on Netflix.

https://support.nordvpn.com/General-info/1596155872/Split-tunneling-What-it-is-and-how-you-can-use-it.htm

WHU(Exeter) 5:41 Wed Sep 28
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Only dip in and out of this thread now and again, so this one might have already come up on here, but anybody watched the Italian Mafia series 'the hunter' on all 4 or whathever that C4 thing calls iteslf.

Really impressed with it.

Swiss. 3:55 Wed Sep 28
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The new LOTR and House of The Dragon have been a bit of a bore fest.

Northern Sold 12:33 Wed Sep 28
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Rewatching the Ken Burns - The Vietnam War... what a story teller that bloke is... A1 stuff

RBshorty 11:53 Wed Sep 28
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Our Friends In The North is superb. A time when the Beeb actually knew how to make good TV. Daniel Craig will always be Geordie to me.

Anyway. Don’t Look Back In Anger.!

joe royal 10:50 Wed Sep 28
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I’m still ploughing through Cobra Kai.

On no 4 now.

ted fenton 10:47 Wed Sep 28
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Finished "Our Friends In The North" and found it very enjoyable.

Started Dahmer god he's a gruesome bastard.

I've found that since having a VPN it enhances Kodi Firestick etc., but slows down Netflix considerably and we're on very fast broadband !!

ted fenton 2:43 Fri Sep 23
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Come On You Irons 3:09 Thu Sep 22

Watched the first episode on iplayer last night really enjoyed it so will stay with it.

Alfs 3:45 Thu Sep 22
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Jim79 2:39 Thu Sep 22

I share your confusion, Jim.

Come On You Irons 3:09 Thu Sep 22
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The excellent BBC drama 'Our Friends in the North' is currently being repeated on BBC4 and so is presumably available on the BBC iPlayer. It starred Christopher Eccleston, Gina McKee, Mark Strong and Daniel Craig before they all became stars. Quite a cast.

It also featured Malcolm McDowell in an excellent supporting role as a 1960's SOHO pornographer/ gangster. And also Peter Vaughn and David Bradley who later appeared in Game of Thrones.

A really top class show which I highly recommend.

Jim79 2:39 Thu Sep 22
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
I watched Mayor of Kingstown and it was watchable but not much more than that in my opinion. I just didn't get what Jeremy Renner's characters role was? Is he a crook? Is he police? Is he a prison warden? I just can't see what his actual job is and can't believe that whatever role it is exists in real life so for that reason I struggled with really buying in to it even though I watched the whole series and will still watch season 2.

Funnily enough I spent 3 months in Toronto this summer as my daughter has just finished filming a movie for Disney and a lot of the crew had worked on The Mayor of Kingstown as that was also filmed there and none of them could really explain what his job was either......everyone was as confused as me!!!

Troy McClure 11:11 Thu Sep 22
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Dahmer on Netflix. 4 episodes in. Brilliant.

Oddly enough, when I typed in ‘dahmer’ it auto corrected to ‘danger’ which has a rather poetic ring to it.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:26 Thu Sep 22
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Kleo is quite good.

Jaan Kenbrovin 1:24 Thu Sep 22
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Got 3 months free Disney + with my new phone, so watching Andor. Entirely peripheral to the Star Wars story but good so far. Better than the Obi Wan series.

Mac 10:03 Tue Sep 20
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Five Days at Memorial wasn't bad at all

Alfs 12:33 Tue Sep 20
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Manuel, yes, an hour.

Minx is a fairly good watch. Comedy drama about a feminist working in the 1970s porn industry.

Swiss. 3:32 Mon Sep 19
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Not sure why people rave about Mayor of Kingstown. Thought it was pretty average with a lot of unnecessary filler.

Manuel 4:30 Mon Sep 19
Re: Tv Box sets thread again - recommendation pls
Alfs, yea it only got 32% on Rotten. I might give it a go, looks interesting and only one season catch up. is each episode a full hour?

Alfs 4:25 Mon Sep 19
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Colly, watched Mayor of Kingstown on your recommendation. I looked up the reviews first and they were all terrible, as were the reviews for Yellowstone, also by Taylor Sheridan, and I loved that.

Good to see tits on screen again, too. That always perks me up.

collyrob 12:47 Sun Sep 18
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Not sure if it’s been mentioned on here but mayor of Kingstown is excellent

New Jersey 12:42 Sun Sep 18
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Nearly finished the Newsreader on BBC I player. Really enjoying it, set in 1980's Australia it's a drama on how a TV news team covers the main stories from that time. I could never work in a newsroom too fast paced and cut throat for me, bit like working on the trading floor in the City in the 80's without the money!

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