Does anybody else miss the Mayor? 'I just want to be a big snake.'

Xander ,'End of Days'

Streaming 1: There Goes the Weekend

A place for shows presented as streaming only — for example Netflix Originals, Amazon Prime Streaming, Hulu Plus, Yahoo, and other sites. (Note: Shows that are part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe shall be discussed in that thread.)

Spoiler Policy: Spoiler font two weeks for content presented all at once. Content presented as weekly episodes may be discussed with no restrictions as it is released.

amych - May 05, 2015 5:16:05 pm PDT #10 of 1916
Now let us crush something soft and watch it fountain blood. That is a girlish thing to want to do, yes?

Oh hi new thread smell!

Polter-Cow - May 07, 2015 11:48:41 am PDT #11 of 1916
What else besides ramen can you scoop? YOU CAN SCOOP THIS WORLD FROM DARKNESS!

Sense8 trailer!!!


Lee - May 07, 2015 11:54:40 am PDT #12 of 1916
The feeling you get when your brain finally lets your heart get in its pants.

Oh, that looks good. I will have to add it to my queue.

Sophia Brooks - May 12, 2015 3:52:57 pm PDT #13 of 1916
Cats to become a rabbit should gather immediately now here

1. I think I have discovered a flaw in the spoiler policy- I have no idea when things were released-- does it say on Netflix?

2. Is anyone watching Grace & Frankie? I soured a little when I read that Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda were making the same as Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen, despite clearly being the leads, but I am enjoying it, especially Lily Tomlin!

JenP - May 12, 2015 6:32:06 pm PDT #14 of 1916

I am watching Grace & Frankie and enjoying it. Seventy is the new fifty, eh? I like all the kids, too. Sometimes it's a little... too, too, but who cares. It's good fun.

Irish convict; so hot.

SailAweigh - May 13, 2015 2:45:23 am PDT #15 of 1916
Nana korobi, ya oki. (Fall down seven times, stand up eight.) ~Yuzuru Hanyu/Japanese proverb

My daughter recommended Grace & Frankie. She doesn't particularly care for Jane Fonda, but she said Lily Tomlin was a gas.

DavidS - May 16, 2015 6:43:51 am PDT #16 of 1916
"Look, son, if it's good enough for Shirley Bassey, it's good enough for you."

Trivia Note: Lily Tomlin was a cheerleader in HS.

Also, when she and Tom Waits worked on Altman's Short Cuts they played a married couple and every night Tom would call her in character and tell her about his day (as a chauffeur driver). She said it was the sweetest, most endearing thing and she looked forward to the call every night.

-t - May 19, 2015 2:57:12 pm PDT #17 of 1916
I am a woman of various inclinations and only some of the time are they to burn everything down in frustration

OK, Community, that's the stuff.

SailAweigh - May 20, 2015 9:07:57 am PDT #18 of 1916
Nana korobi, ya oki. (Fall down seven times, stand up eight.) ~Yuzuru Hanyu/Japanese proverb

I'm willing to try getting into Daredevil, but I don't TV much, anymore. The weather channel tends to play non-stop on my TV. Except when my roommate is awake and then it's Forensic Files. Those are pretty much the only reasons we keep cable. I'm ready to ditch it and move on to Netflix (which I already have, but haven't gotten into any of their original programming, yet.) Of course, that's MCU (and a different thread), but you can see where my intentions are. More TV! At a cheaper cost.

Beverly - May 20, 2015 4:08:21 pm PDT #19 of 1916
Days shrink and grow cold, sunlight through leaves is my song. Winter is long.

We're sitting on the last ep of Daredevil S1, 'cause once we watch it we won't have any more, till they get on the stick and make S2. We may get desperate enough to watch all of S1 again before S2 is in release. Once or twice.

There's something really compelling about the slow storytelling. It's not slow when you're watching, it doesn't lag, doesn't lose your attention. But the action moves slowly enough you can process while you're watching, and a bit more deeply than I've grown used to doing on network--and even cable--tv. So far, they're hitting all the notes right, and H and I are thoroughly hooked.