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#3
I've just watched it. My streaming service where I am has obtained the rights to show it the same day as the U.S.

I really liked it - it's a good start to what looks like a promising series. I loved the books as well so perhaps I'm a bit biased?
 

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AAAARGH!

Another series I want to try.

I'll be sooo glad when I get my new laptop - in a week. Can't currently stream anything - it locks up this blasted computer.
 

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I started it, and made it about 20 mins before deciding I can't invest time into it... I usually try not to judge a show by its first episode, but I fear I've become one of those network snobs. If its on ABC, NBC, CBS and its a drama, I probably wont like it. The line 'She's a witch, or a lesbian' was the line I shut 'er down on!
 

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AAAARGH!

Another series I want to try.

I'll be sooo glad when I get my new laptop - in a week. Can't currently stream anything - it locks up this blasted computer.
This reminds me when I first moved into my apartment three years ago (out from my parent's basement) and I had no internet connection and only the Law & Order DVDs saved on my computer. That's what kept me occupied for two weeks. That and writing. No need for internet connection while writing, but it does come in handy.
 

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Anyone watched this one yet ? First episode was quite scary and promising now that we have a break from Supernatural for the summer.

The concept looks really promising, but I have heard mixed reviews. May wait to see if it's worth the investment. NBC has not been too kind to fantasy lately.
 
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It's not easy to judge a seria after only an episode. Hell, I was ready to give up of Lethal Weapon series after the first episode. Lucky me, I looked again and now I think it's really funny.

From what I've seen in Midnight, Texas, they have an explosive group with supernatural *gifts* and a a psychic moves into the city, looking for safety. No hunters so far, but the police officers behave strangely around them. I didn't read the book and have no intention either. As we really don't have many new and interesting series this summer, I will give it a chance.
 

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I started it, and made it about 20 mins before deciding I can't invest time into it... I usually try not to judge a show by its first episode, but I fear I've become one of those network snobs. If its on ABC, NBC, CBS and its a drama, I probably wont like it. The line 'She's a witch, or a lesbian' was the line I shut 'er down on!
If it makes a difference:

The bigoted female sheriff who said that got mauled and eaten by the resident weretiger. Good riddance to her!
 

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Reverend transformation was quite a twist. When he retired for the night, I thought he was a vampire, than a werewolf. I'm glad I didn't bet on this.
 

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A were tiger. Hey, why not. I'm really enjoying this. Let's hope that it doesn't get to popular or the network will probably cancel it.
 

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I watched the first couple of episodes and really enjoyed them. Oddly enough, I liked it better as a TV show than as a book (sorry Charlaine). Not that the book isn't good (I liked it), but I really think it works as visual media.

(Except Manfred doesn't look the way I pictured him, at all!)
 

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I watched the first couple of episodes and really enjoyed them. Oddly enough, I liked it better as a TV show than as a book (sorry Charlaine). Not that the book isn't good (I liked it), but I really think it works as visual media.

(Except Manfred doesn't look the way I pictured him, at all!)
I was expecting Manfred to have less hair and more piercings and tattoos...
 

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