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Conviction on BBC3

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by smelly, Nov 3, 2004.

  1. smelly

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    Has anyone heard anything good about this? The write ups I've seen don't seem bad.

    The only thing is that its on Sunday @9pm and again @10pm. I've already got two lots of stuff recording on Sky+ then.... I was wondering whether it was worth shuffling things around or if anyone knows whether its repeated? I've had a look but can't see it later in the week.
     
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    Another bloody cop show . Nice to see the BBC progressing in its drama department.
     
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    i'm quite looking forward to this one, make a hange from my usual diet of US cops shows (boomtown, the shield, NYPD Blue, CSI etc etc)


    I'm sure it will be repeated -its on BBC 3 after all :D



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    Its a fair point...but if you had a choice what would you like to see? I'm not a very creative person so have no clue what they could write instead - any brill ideas? :)
     
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    Thousands but I'm a little busy making feature films at the moment and couldn't take the pay cut to go and work for the BBC.

    Although I am chasing the rights to a couple of novels : one of which is set in Glasgow and could no doubt get some funding from BBC Scotland.

    The other one is/was owned by 20th Century Fox but they are still tryiing to figure out if they own the rights to the story , the title or only the film they made of it 27 years ago.
     
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    Wasn't expecting you to be so closely involved :) Hope you get lucky with the rights to the novels that you're after.

    So what do you consider to be good drama at the moment then? I have to admit that I like the wide variety that Sky offers and that includes the usual cop shows :D There is a lot of rubbish out there but quite a lot of enjoyable stuff too - some of which won't win any awards but its entertaining and I suppose they have to cover as many different tastes as they can to get the viewers. One persons fave show is anothers nightmare.
     
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    Saw this on Sunday night and thought it was a top notch drama - it may have been about cops but it certainly wasn't the Bill. First 20 mins was a bit undecided, but then the story took off. Can't wait til next weeks.
    It's 2 thumbs up :thumbsup:
     

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