Time Traveling Bong
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What have you been watching? Including Time Traveling Bong

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend to fellow TMINE readers anything you’ve been watching this week

The schedules are a shifting and new shows are arriving. Now, there’s not much on Mondays but lots on Wednesdays, meaning that for a second time, while I’ve watched Corporate, I’ve not had a chance to watch this week’s Magicians. Therefore, WHYBW might well be moving to Tuesday next week. Let’s see how it goes, though.

Close (2019)
Sophie Nélisse and Noomi Rapace in Close (2019)

This week’s reviews

I dedicated much of the weekend to watching this week’s Orange Wednesday movies Close (2019) and What We Do In The Shadows (2014), as well as the first five episodes of Das Boot.

Miracle Workers
Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi in TBS (US)’s Miracle Workers

New shows

Coming up in the next week, there’s a lot. YouTube launched Weird City last night, so I’ll be watching that, and TBS has also given us Miracle Workers, so I’ll be tuning in for that, too. However, there’s much more than that on the way, including some Australian programming, so expect quite a few reviews over the next week.

On top of that, Comedy Central (US)’s three-part mini-series Time Traveling Bong will be airing in the UK from Sunday, so I gave that a view. Well, some of it. I’ll take about that after the jump.

Mark Little in Cavendish
Mark Little in Cavendish

The regulars

Magnum P.I., DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and The Orville were all on a break last week, so after the jump, we’ll be talking about: Cavendish, Corporate, Counterpart, The Passage and Star Trek: Discovery, as well as the final three episodes of Das Boot. See you in a mo!

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The Other Two
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What have you been watching? Including The Other Two

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend to fellow TMINE readers anything you’ve been watching this week

I haven’t reviewed any TV since last week. I blame Netflix, as well as my workload, which stopped me doing a third-episode verdict on The Passage. But at least I was able to launch shiny new movie review slot Orange Wednesday yesterday. But there has been one new show this week, The Other Two, which I’ll discuss after the jump.

Otherwise, it’ll just be the regulars: Black Monday, Cavendish, Corporate, Counterpart, The Magicians, Magnum P.I., The Orville, The PassageStar Trek: Discovery and True Detective. I might be giving up on at least one of those – can you guess which?

See you in a mo!

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What have you been watching? Including Wayne

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend to fellow TMINE readers anything you’ve been watching this week

The Punisher
Netflix’s The Punisher

This week’s reviews

It’s not been as busy a week as last week on TMINE, since I think some football has been on in America or something, but I have reviewed.

Wayne
YouTube Premium’s Wayne

New shows

After the jump, we’ll be looking at YouTube Premium’s Wayne. But to be honest, I don’t know what new shows are scheduled for the next week or so, so it’s all going to be a bit of a surprise. I’m pretty sure Netflix has something lined up for tomorrow, at least, and I think The Other Two begins tonight on Comedy Central, so that’ll be showing up before next time, for sure.

Magnum

The regulars

Suddenly, there’s a lot to watch! Magnum P.I. decided to put out two episodes, while Counterpart returned and we have a new season of Star Trek: Discovery. On top of that, there’s Cavendish, Corporate and The Orville, as well as new kid on the block The Passage. All of them I’ll discuss after the jump.

However, 13 episodes of The Punisher was a lot to get through, so I’ve skipped True Detective this week; fingers crossed, I’ll be all caught up next week. Meanwhile, The Magicians returned last night, so I’ve not had a chance to watch that. That’ll be a next-weeker as well.

See you in a mo, though…

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Michael Douglas and Adam Arkin in Netflix's The Kominsky Method
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Australian TV

  • Richard Roxburgh, Asher Keddie, Sam Reid et al join SBS’s The Hunting (previously The Hunt)

French TV

  • Trailer for season 7 of Canal+’s Engrenages (Spiral)

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  • Trailer for TV Now’s M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder (M – A City Hunts a Murderer)

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  • NBC green lights: pilot adaptation of Jeffery Deaver’s Bone Collector books as Lincoln
  • USA’s Suits spin-off to be called Pearson

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What have you been watching? Including Schooled and Fam

It’s “What have you been watching?”, your chance to recommend to fellow TMINE readers anything you’ve been watching this week

It only took about a week before WHYBW missed its scheduled slot, but given how much new stuff has recently arrived and how much old stuff has returned to Tuesdays and Wednesdays, please forgive me. Still, I was wondering what I was going to do on Thursdays…

The Passage
THE PASSAGE: L-R: Saniyya Sidney and Mak-Paul Gosselaar in THE PASSAGE on FOX. ©2018 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Steve Dietl/FOX

This week’s reviews

To be frank, I’ve done a crap-load of reviews and previews since last time, too.

Please peruse them at your leisure, whether you intend to watch the shows or not.

Schooled
ABC’s Schooled

New shows

Coming up in the next week, I’ll be reviewing The CW’s Roswell reboot, Roswell, New Mexico. Season two of The Punisher will be hitting Netflix this Friday, so I’ll undoubtedly be watching that. And if anything else pops up I’ll review that, too, if I can.

After the jump, though, despite my already extensive viewing schedule, there’ll be reviews of two other new shows I managed to catch: Schooled (US: ABC) and Fam (US: CBS). Gosh, mid-season replacements that are also sitcoms. Cos they’re always funny, hey?

I’ll also be talking about series five of Cuckoo (UK: BBC Three), which I know isn’t a new show and it’s not even a show new to me, but I think it’s probably the first time I’ll have talked about it on the blog.

The Orville

The regulars

Although Counterpart decided to take a break this Sunday, a whole bunch of other shows decided to return this week. That means that after the jump, there’ll be the season (and probably series) finale of the one remaining regular, Happy Together, as well as new episodes of returning regulars Magnum P.I.Corporate and True Detective. Joining them will be the second episodes of both Cavendish and Project Blue Book.

And for reasons that will become clear, I’ll also be talking about every episode of The Orville that’s aired since I gave up on it after its third episode.

See you in a mo…

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