Discussion in 'The Bar' started by newcastlefan, May 11, 2014.
if not for the plot, watch for Eva Greene
is this one of those things set in olden times ?
I have Showtime and The Movie Channel free all weekend and I'm still not gonna watch it or dvr it, Froggy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
there will be big black guys with BBCs on screen
why are you so proud of having no taste at all?
I believe its set in Jack The Ripper England but its a series of horror stories sort of like the Outer Limits.
Thanks to all the TV programming geniuses who decided to air allllllll the best shows on Sunday nights
Just set the DVR
yeah i was kinda wondering about that too. how many DVRs do i have to own for just one night a week, to be able to see all the shows each week now? I wonder if the networks are working with Dish to insure everyone gets a Hopper DVR from them.
Couldnt tolerate her in Camelot
They have been in negotiations for Showtime Anytime for almost 3 years
i liked her in camalot. every time her acting started to bother me she popped out her boobs.
nice tits though
Just watched the pilot ...Looks good
Didn't grab my interest.
Josh Hartnett looked dreamy though.
yeah didn't grab me tonight either: it seems a bit too unorganized. as though every scene is a different vignette and we haven't been told how they fit together. it felt like i sat down 30 minutes into a 2 hour movie. I'll watch a few more episodes though (nothing else is on at 10pm).
Decent start but the whole thing sets up like League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. The daughter Timothy Dalton keeps referring to is, I'm assuming, Mina Murray. Also, Dorian Gray is shown in previews. Could be interesting.
It was available on On demand for the last week saw it a week ago. It wasn't great but has a lot of potential.
apparently next week's episode is already avalable on SHO Anywhere. i think it might take time to pick up speed as they introduced so many subplots tonight.
Yes the second episode was much better than the first can't wait for the next episode.