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Skripal poisoning - May responds in House of Commons watch

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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Not the greatest imo, but great and criminal when they ended it that way, when it was getting going. McShanes best ever part. I like worldbuilding.
    You're right, "greatest" is probably not a fair assessment. I don't think one show can really hold the title, it would be a shared title between Deadwood, The Wire, The Sopranos, Breaking Bad, The Americans, Game of Thrones (if we pretend the most recent season didn't happen) and Rick and Morty in my opinion (you've seen R&M, I take it? Also would be quite curious to know what show/s you would crown as the best?). Actually, Deep Space Nine might deserve a spot there too. For me, in many ways it presaged serialised, prestige drama.

    I'm almost a little bit jealous that you have The Americans sitting on a shelf, as yet unwatched.

    At the moment I'm enjoying Unreal, which admittedly isn't in the first-tier shows but has a very interesting premise. The first season was fantastic, second season not as much and the third season is on now.
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