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RE: Lessons in Chemistry

Posted by pbarach on November 23, 2023 at 13:48:45:

Apple TV+ is cheaper than other streaming services and has consistently better audio/video quality than the others I've used.

"For All Mankind" is one of the best things I've seen on Apple TV.

"Slow Horses" is a great show about British spies who have been sent to a rundown building because they screwed up something badly, yet they seem to be rescuing the country from disasters. The next season starts in a few days. Gary Oldman is terrific.

"Black Bird" is based on a true story about an imprisoned drug dealer who's promised his release if he can help the FBI get the goods on a suspected serial killer in the same prison. Very well acted.

"Severance" is about people who work on some kind of secret business, but who have agreed to have a brain procedure, so that the person they are outside of the building has no memory of what they do at work, and vice versa. I really enjoyed it. Apparently the showrunners have been at odds with each other, delaying season 2.

"Killers of the Flower Moon," Scorsese's latest, is in theaters now but coming to Apple TV at some point in the not-distant future.

Didn't think Ted Lasso was that funny. If you're into Broadway at all, the parodies in Schmigadoon are worth a look. Shrinking, with Harrison Ford and Jason Segal, was downright stupid.