BBC series or movies suggestions (live in, club, gangs)
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Location: The great state of Texas
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I just discovered Acorn TV - through my Roku box. It has a free trial for the month of August 2012 and carries a pretty good selection of BBC series. "Vera" is next on my list - I'm currently watching Doc Martin, which I LOVE.
Anyone familiar with "Goodnight Sweetheart?" It's my absolute favorite series. I actually ended up ordering a set from the UK and having to buy a special international DVD player to watch them! But it's worth it.
Sherlock is a new show and has gone down very well with critics and audience alike. From what I gather it's going down pretty well in America too. Amongst critics anyway. Sherlock is a BBC drama. Sherlock (TV Series 2010–*) - IMDb
There is going to be an American re-imagining titled Elementary, I already HATE the wardrobe. Seems a Sherlock is just out of rehab (better be for cocaine addiction) and Watson is played by Lucy Liu. meh
However, Jonny Lee Miller is playing Sherlock. He was in Trainspotting (epic) and played a killer on Showtimes Dexter and is quite compelling. Jonny Lee Miller - IMDb Comic-Con -- 'Elementary' Lucy Liu, Jonny Lee Miller
No one has mentioned one of my very favorite (ever) programs: JEKYLL
Sherlock is absolutely awesome. It may be relatively old now, but Keeping up Appearances will always have a special place in my heart. So sad to hear about the actor who played Onslow (forgetting his name) dying.
Just finished watching The Palace a TV series in 2008. I found it on Hulu. It's a fictional royal family in modern day Buckingham Palace. My one question is why do British end most sentences with the word, 'yes'. I've noticed it on other modern day shows.
I'd love some suggestions on Australia tv and movies also, I posted over there awhile ago nobody seemed interested to post.
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