Wednesday, 16 November 2016
So I got bored with The Code Series Two. Am dragging myself through The Missing Series Two. Was secretly hoping that The Missing would be all artily short. At four episodes.
But no. Ain’t it the way. The series you want to go on longer end all artistically short. And the ones you pray to end drag on. and on. Like Ariston.
But I digress. I forgot to mention that Humans Series Two is now on. Channel Four/ 4.
Humans. Series Two.
Unfortunately I thought it was dreadful and ditched within ten minutes.
Dialogue from Humans-First ten minutes.
Woman to Aniska:
“Oh, you’re so rude and unfriendly, you must be British”!
Later: (picking up Hegel)
“Why are you wasting your time reading dead white guys?”.
Well it is Channel Four.
Then this looks interesting:
First aired 20th November 2016. FOX Channel 199 HD at 9pm. Nb. Also on National Geographic Channel at the same time.
TV Description of Mars:
“IN 2033, the Daedalus crew battles across the harsh Martian terrain to reach their pre-built base camp”.
Then tonight (Saturday 12th November 2016) on BBC Four: Deep Water.
Nb. I wrote a potted review about the first episode later. Not yet posted.
UK Television BBC Two and BBC two HD. Thursday 17th November 2016 @ 9pm.
Close to The Enemy.
TV Description of Episode One:
“It is the end of WWII, and Lotte and her father Dieter, a recently captured German scientist, arrive in England. Captain Callum Ferguson is assigned the task of courting Dieter into working with the…”
(that’s all the description says).
TV description of the series Close to The Enemy.
” Callum Ferguson must ensure that a German scientist helps the British to develop the jet engine”.
Saturday 26th November 2016 BBC Four.
TV Description of the series Modus:
“Forensic psychologist Inger Johanne Vik works with Detective Inger Nyman to catch a serial killer”.
Series one. Episode one.
“During a snowy Christmas season, psychologist and criminal profiler Inger Johanne Vik find herself and her autistic daughter dawn into an investigation surrounding s series of brutal killings”.
Netflix Description of Frequency:
“A Detective seizes a precious opportunity to change the past when she finds she can communicate with her deceased, estranged father via a time warp.”
New episode every Thursday. At present on UK Netflix.
I wrote a One-off review about Frequency on 15th November 2016.
Posted by Clarissima at 13:08