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Netflix/Hulu/YouTube (Streaming Services)

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by popdisaster00, Mar 29, 2016.

  1. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

    All things related to Netflix can go here: news, upcoming releases/expirations, general chit-chat about the streaming service, and so forth.
  2. phaynes1


    The new Ashton Kutcher sitcom look fucking awful and it makes me worried that they're sacrificing their general standard for quality with dregs like that
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  3. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

    It's one of a handful that look terrible. With the Adam Sandler movies, the Rob Schneider show, etc., it's rough. I think they're just creating content for the masses right now.
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  4. phaynes1


    Right. It definitely seems like the last three months there has been a shift to "for the masses" mindset from them.
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  5. Nick

    @fangclubb Supporter

    Flaked was pretty disappointing. Didn't get past the first episode. I feel like there is promise there, but they didn't play it right. should be more like bojack
  6. phaynes1


    Ah, yeah, I never even started that because the trailer was entirely uninteresting to me.

    I was excited by the prospect of the 11 new series in 2016, or whatever it was, when announced. Really hasn't lived up to it, outside of Love.
  7. jorbjorb

    I'm so much cooler online

    I stopped on episode 2. I started it because I like the way the show looks and the main actor is good too. The story didn't engage me like other series.
  8. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

    There's still a ton of content to be excited about, especially over the next year or so. I don't blame them for creating content that's on par with CBS sitcoms as long as they continue to put out quality niche programming like Bojack, Bloodline, WHAS, Master of None, their nature docs, and the like.
  9. phaynes1


    Oh don't get me wrong, I still watch several of their shows. And they're still above pretty much all networks. It's just a little sad to see them go that route slightly when they don't need to.
  10. Meerkat

    Officer Hot Prestigious

    Very excited for Voltron and crossing my fingers they resurrect Young Justice
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  11. scott

    kill the switch Moderator

  12. Henry

    Moderator Moderator

    Changed the name of the thread because we just don't need the official stuff anymore.
  13. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

    how dare you
  14. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

  15. Eric Wilson

    Trusted Supporter

    Will be checking out The Ranch this weekend.
  16. suicidesaints

    Trusted Prestigious

    I made it through Flaked (still need to watch the final episode) and I don't feel like it ever got much better. The last couple episodes were definitely the best, but I still found it fairly boring.

    The Ranch doesn't look good, but I may watch an episode or two.

    Anyone watch Pee Wee's Big Holiday yet?
  17. Vivatoto

    Science is whatever we want it to be Prestigious

    Flaked was alright. I'm always so happy when I can binge a new season of Archer
  18. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

    I just finished Bojack. Currently in S2 of House of Cards which I like but don't love.
  19. suicidesaints

    Trusted Prestigious

    Archer is one show that I've had in my queue for ages and never got around to, but know that it would be one of my all time favorite shows if/when I ever watch it.
  20. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

    Documentary Now! is really good
  21. suicidesaints

    Trusted Prestigious

    I enjoyed probably half of Documentary Now! Looking forward to season 2 though.
  22. popdisaster00

    punk is dad Moderator

    I'm only 3 episodes in, but here's the thing: even if it's not laugh out loud funny, it's kind of astonishing to see their commitment to parodying the original documentaries and absolutely nailing the style of each one. Bill Hader as the old man in Kanuk Uncovered is amazing.
  23. suicidesaints

    Trusted Prestigious

    Oh, I absolutely agree. They've definitely done a fantastic job of parodying the originals, but I guess with Hader and Armisen as the leads, I expected more laughter throughout. The last episode is fantastic though.
  24. tdlyon

    Pawnee Forever Supporter

    Yeah Documentary Now was okay, I thought. The Drone one was the best iirc
  25. suicidesaints

    Trusted Prestigious

    Yeah, almost forgot about that. The Drone one was definitely the best. I think that was the first one they aired (actually pre-aired) and I was super excited for the show when I saw that... only to be slightly let down by the rest.