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Just finished six feet under, what next?

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curlyhairedmonster Tue 11-Nov-14 13:07:24

I've just finished watching six feet under, that finale was emotional!
I thought it was brilliant, well written. If I enjoyed that what shall I watch next?

I have done:
Prison break (twice!)
Dexter
Luther
Sherlock
Currently half way through lost

So all fairly different!

I started under the dome but couldn't get into it. Is it worth another shot? What other series have you all hooked?

Many thanks!!

coppertop Tue 11-Nov-14 13:14:26

Fringe is definitely worth watching.

Emma0811x Tue 11-Nov-14 13:18:43

Only one thing left!
Breaking Bad! Best series ever!
grin

curlyhairedmonster Tue 11-Nov-14 13:27:37

Oh yeah breaking bad! I've watched that one too!

Emma0811x Tue 11-Nov-14 13:29:25

Ah! I'm currently halfway through Lost also...
Am I the only person finding it slightly confusing?? confused

WowserBowser Tue 11-Nov-14 13:32:40

24?

curlyhairedmonster Tue 11-Nov-14 13:37:04

Dh keeps saying I should start 24, I do hear good things!
We are half way through season 4 of lost, it is pretty confusing with all the flash forwards/ flashbacks!

KeeperOfBees Tue 11-Nov-14 21:40:39

curly I have been on this earth for 36yrs,and have NEVER cried howled as much as when i watched the finale of six feet under!

candykane25 Tue 11-Nov-14 22:30:30

The West Wing.

Recovering Tue 11-Nov-14 22:32:18

Oh I agree about the finale.

Elementary (American Sherlock?)
I've never found anything quite the same.

House
black books

PickleMobile Tue 11-Nov-14 22:35:52

Ive just started rewatching Nip Tuck which is ok. I also recommend True Blood and Vampire Diaries but I seem to be an American teenager at heart!

WowserBowser Tue 11-Nov-14 22:39:27

Nip Tuck is a blast from the past! It went really fucked up that.

I fancied Dr Christian. If that was his name confused

BillieViper Tue 11-Nov-14 22:39:44

Transparent on Amazon instant...free if member of prime.
Same writer and it is excellent. Should be recipient of Emmys Tec
Beautifully written and acted.
Deals with a father transitioning and her dysfunctional family.
Five hour binge guaranteed. Enjoy xxx

Purplecircle Tue 11-Nov-14 22:39:55

Greys Anatomy

vjg13 Wed 12-Nov-14 06:57:19

The Wire, Nurse Jackie? 24 is entertaining but a bit formulaic.

curlyhairedmonster Wed 12-Nov-14 09:29:42

I watched a couple of episodes of greys anatomy last night, think I could get into it.
There's about 10 series though I think? Is it something that's easy to watch a few episodes here and there or will I get gripped and want to watch episode after episode??

Purplecircle Sun 16-Nov-14 18:06:13

Season 11 just started on Sky Atlantic
I got box set of 1-10 on Amazon for £65. You might get it cheaper on eBay

Nillia Sun 16-Nov-14 18:07:11

Dead like Me. The series and then the films. Dark humour.

Nillia Sun 16-Nov-14 18:09:11

Its all about Grim Reapers who are normal people with normal jobs but just have an extra job that is soul taking. Funny.

sillymillyb Sun 16-Nov-14 18:09:20

Breaking bad is a must! Then in no particular order, 24, fringe, orange is the new black, the good wife..... I'm sure there are others.... Yes, The mentalit! Ooh this thread makes me want to goto bed with the laptop for a few days!

GoingToBedfordshire Sun 16-Nov-14 18:16:42

Six feet under is still my favourite series ever.
Someone else mentioned Nurse Jackie and The Wire - highly recommend.

Have you seen Mad Men? The Sopranos?

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