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  1. I don't think anyone's mentioned it in the Vera topic, but I wonder if PBS cuts scenes from episodes like they have with Endeavour. That's also incredibly frustrating, especially when it's on streaming where they're not limited by time slots. New Tricks and Silent Witness on Hulu have had scenes cut that make the episodes seem choppy and the story lines harder to follow.
  2. In the US at least, I believe Acorn has seasons 1, 2, 6, and 7 while Britbox has the rest through season 10. It's really frustrating that the show has been split between the two services.
  3. I'm not on Twitter, but was reading an article today on 'cancel culture' that mentioned Laurence Fox, checked his feed, and wow does he seem awful. Hathaway was my favorite character on the show and I had also been wondering about a spinoff featuring him, but I think I'm good.
  4. Has Forbrydelsen ever been available to stream in the US? I kept an eye out for it, but I don't remember it showing up anywhere. I wanted to do a rewatch of Bron/Broen just last week, then was disappointed to find that it's no longer available on Hulu. It's definitely worth tracking down, but unfortunately I don't see it anywhere now except to buy.
  5. There are probably some unanswered questions that my brain is too scrambled to remember after marathoning the whole season in a day, but I'm happy with the ending and will really miss this show.
  6. Oof, episode 3.05 is brutal. My hate for Hannah continues unabated.
  7. I thought about creating a separate thread for it, but then realized most of what I want to say comes down to "WTF was that?"
  8. How about Colin Dexter's Morse books, or the various Ann Cleeves series? I tried Cleeves after I became a fan of the tv shows Vera and Shetland. I've only read 2 of Cleeves's books so far (both in the Shetland series), and was really impressed. I've made reading the rest of the series a priority. I've also heard really good things about Nicci French's Freida Klein series, but haven't read them yet myself. The main character is a psychotherapist who works with the police and I believe there are 8 books in the series.
  9. I'm not sure if this really belongs here, but I watched 365 Days on Netflix last night and it was...something. I wasn't surprised when I found out that it was inspired by Fifty Shades of Gray. Whatever the movie's faults (and there are a whole bunch), at least the leads and locations are beautiful.
  10. I remember hearing that there is a plan and that the current season is the final one. I'm way behind so haven't checked in lately, but the subreddit is pretty active so you may get more definitive answers there: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheMagnusArchives/
  11. According to Decider, all episodes will be available on June 25.
  12. Yeah, but judging by the lack of buzz about it, lidarose9's review, and the episode summaries on Wikipedia, I'm not sure it's worth watching. It's a shame considering its strong start and impressive cast.
  13. I started watching it, but gave up relatively early. I'm afraid I can't remember why so my answer isn't terribly useful. I like Branagh, but his Wallander was too angsty for me. I much preferred the Swedish version with Krister Henriksson.
  14. krankydoodle

    What's That Book?

    That sounds like The House Next Door by Anne Rivers Siddons.
  15. I love Black Spot and am disappointed there hasn't been any word on a third season, especially since season 2 ended on a cliffhanger.
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