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July 18, 2016

What have you been watching? Including Mr Robot, Marco Polo, The Last Ship and Outcast

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It's "What have you been watching?", my chance to tell you what movies and TV I’ve been watching recently that I haven't already reviewed and your chance to recommend things to everyone else (and me) in case I've missed them.

The usual "TMINE recommends" page features links to reviews of all the shows I've ever recommended, and there's also the Reviews A-Z, for when you want to check more or less anything I've reviewed ever. 

Today's is going to be the last WHYBW for quite some time now, since I'm off on my traditional summer break from next week. Whether I'll take all of August off remains to be seen, but let's not start promising anything at this point.

Before then, I'll be reviewing the first episode of Vice Principals (US: HBO; UK: Sky Atlantic) and I've got plans to have a look over a couple of French shows on Netflix and Amazon, too. I might even have a look at Netflix's Stranger Things, which debuted on Friday.

I've already reviewed the first episode of Barracuda (Australia: ABC), but after the jump, I'll be looking at the latest episodes of 19-2, The Kettering Incident, The Last Ship, Outcast and Preacher, as well the return of Mr Robot and the rest of season two of Marco Polo. Given that I'm going to be away on holiday, will I employ my usual July ruthlessness and purge from the viewing list any that I can't be bothered to catch up with? It's a possibility…

At this point, I'd normally tell you about the movies I watched last week. Unfortunately, despite my best intentions, we couldn't get through either Joy or Hail, Caesar!, since they were both a bit dull. That might be the closest I ever get to reviewing them, but you never know.

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July 11, 2016

What have you been watching? Including Marco Polo, Secret City, 19-2, The Last Ship and Preacher

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It's "What have you been watching?", my chance to tell you what movies and TV I’ve been watching recently that I haven't already reviewed and your chance to recommend things to everyone else (and me) in case I've missed them.

The usual "TMINE recommends" page features links to reviews of all the shows I've ever recommended, and there's also the Reviews A-Z, for when you want to check more or less anything I've reviewed ever. 

With the fourth of July weekend in the US last week, things have been a little quieter than normal, but not completely quiet. There have been a few new shows to review and I've already cast a glance over Dead Of Summer (US: Freeform), The Kettering Incident (Australia: Foxtel Showcase) and Roadies (US: Showcase; UK: Amazon Prime), as well as passed a third-episode verdict on American Gothic (US: CBS; UK: Amazon Prime). Last night in Australia, Barracuda (Australia: ABC) started, and I'll be reviewing that by the end of the week, I hope. There's also a couple of new acquistions of Netflix that should be getting my attention this week, too.

Nevertheless, the regulars have been looking a bit thin on the ground, which means that after the jump, I'll only be looking at 19-2, The Last Ship, Preacher and the final episode of Secret City. Oh yes - I managed to watch the first three episodes of the new season of Marco Polo. I'm sure you'll be thrilled to hear about them, too

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