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Old 09-30-2013, 07:19 AM   #1
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I'll admit it

I'm a Downton Abbey fan. I can't help it, I love it!
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Old 09-30-2013, 07:46 AM   #2
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Me too. I can't wait till they start the new season here.
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Old 09-30-2013, 07:55 AM   #3
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Same here. To the point where I figured out how to watch the UK broadcast :-)
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Old 09-30-2013, 08:00 AM   #4
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Me too. I can't wait till they start the new season here.
I binge-watched all three seasons on pay-per-view at $3.00/episode. Definitely need to catch Season 4 on PBS. Ant idea when it premiers?
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Oooh-oooh. Me too, me too! Love, love, love it. Need to catch up. Thank goodness for Amazon Prime
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Old 09-30-2013, 11:33 AM   #6
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I binge-watched all three seasons on pay-per-view at $3.00/episode. Definitely need to catch Season 4 on PBS. Ant idea when it premiers?
In the US, Season 4 premieres on January 5th on PBS. I can hardly wait!!

It is hard to stay unspoiled, too. Last year, I heard about the BIG season ending spoiler before the episode aired- kind of made watching less enjoyable. I like to be surprised!
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In the US, Season 4 premieres on January 5th on PBS. I can hardly wait!!

It is hard to stay unspoiled, too. Last year, I heard about the BIG season ending spoiler before the episode aired- kind of made watching less enjoyable. I like to be surprised!
Yes, I stumbled onto that little tidbit too and was basically on pins and needles for the last 3 episodes waiting for it to happen. It took so long to unfold I'd actually begun to hope the information was mistaken.
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If you like DA, you should try Call the Midwife and Doc Martin. Both are broadcast on PBS, but can be found on Hulu.

Keeping Up Appearances is a great British comedy from the 90s.


I have always loved British TV since I was kid.
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If you like DA, you should try Call the Midwife and Doc Martin. Both are broadcast on PBS, but can be found on Hulu.

Keeping Up Appearances is a great British comedy from the 90s.


I have always loved British TV since I was kid.
Haven't yet tried Doc Martin, but def agree with Call The Midwife (newly discovered for me) and Keeping Up Appearances! I would like to add London Hospital (Amazon).

Doc, Midwife & Appearances are also on Netflix.
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If you want a laugh, try watching The IT Crowd! So like my office...
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I tend to like period dramas- 2 I discovered while exploring similar shows that Amazon recommended:

Lark Rise to Candleford- warmhearted period drama set in the English countryside, circa late 1800's. I like to call it "Little House on the Prarie" in England. Stars Brendan Coyle (Mr Bates from DA).

North & South- the BBC miniseries, not the American Civil War miniseries. Set in the 1840's in a northern English industrial city. Brendan Coyle is in this one, too. Richard Armitage is dreamy as the very romantic Mr. Thornton.
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I'll recommend two more shows then I'll shut up

Hustle - the con is on! Brilliant show

Sherlock - a modern taste on Sherlock Holmes and IMO the best Sherlock show around by FAR. Better even than the movie and that is saying something!
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Sherlock - a modern taste on Sherlock Holmes and IMO the best Sherlock show around by FAR. Better even than the movie and that is saying something!
Plus the scrumptious Benedict Cumberbatch...
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