.and how did he manage to watch all of them - there are not enough hours in the year surely !I've heard of exactly 2 of those shows (Queen's Gambit and The Mandalorian) and have watched exactly 0 minutes and 0 seconds of any of them.
Can't say my life feels any emptier.
A fine list indeed. Personally would have added ZeroZeroZero in there ... probably even at number one.
January, I believe. Very much looking forward to it.ZeroZeroZero was definitely the best thing I watched in 2020 (the Mogwai soundtrack helped) ... but I don't think it has technically been broadcast in the UK yet?
Sky needs to get its finger out and let the masses appreciate this masterpiece!
Zero Zero Zero has been shown in Australia and if you like Mexican drug cartel stories (and on Netflix there have been quite a few) this will be the show for you.January, I believe. Very much looking forward to it.
Great list and I would add Euphoria to this too.
As did I.So kind of you to say.
And yes, it was based on UK release, as was the movies top 10.
From the article:
And yes, I waited until March.
I too really liked The Capture but alas the last episode really let it down. Quite often a shows worst episode is its last I find....same with books. Hard to finish.I don't think anyone has mentioned 'The Capture' from the BBC, seen by me for the first time last year, it had a similar production style to Bodyguard and kept me interested to the final episode.
Even though the repetitive use of CCTV as a background prop got a bit annoying at times, I concede the impost to public privacy by the use of CCTV at thousands of locations is a significant part of what the story is all about.
I'm not sure how the shows writers will reproduce the same level of interest if season 2 ever gets made, most of the twists have been used up in season ones story arc.
My rating is 8 / 10 for its entertainment value to me, though I concede the story wont be everyone's cup of tea.
Zero Zero Zero has been shown in Australia and if you like Mexican drug cartel stories (and on Netflix there have been quite a few) this will be the show for you.
This series could have been written by Jed Mercurio as the main characters tend to die when you least expect it, I cant say more but those tuning in will see what I mean.
The content is very violent at times but considering the high stakes and money involved probably cant be seen as being gratuitous, obviously life is very temporary for some people living in Mexico.
Overall the production was high quality and manages to keep viewer interest high, whether there will be a season 2 is unclear but the story does leave the door open for more to come, though I doubt it will be any better than season 1.
My rating is: 8 /10.