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Figured we could use a thread to talk about and share the stuff we watch day to day. Links appreciated so those unfamiliar can get an idea of what you're talking about.

Decided to check out Cartoon Saloon's growing stable of features this weekend and very glad I did. Saw The Secret of Kells way back when but hadn't realized how much they'd grown since. Their dedication to cultural heritage, handcrafted beauty, and new styles with each work set an example for the rest of the industry. Their storytelling continues to improve along the way. Their latest film, Wolfwalkers, might be my favorite.



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The main thing I'm excited about is Wandavision.



My SO and I are zooming through the Marvel movies and going to rewatch Wandavision by the time we get to watch the last episode. We just finished Dr. Strange and Thor: Ragnatok is next up



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Been watching WandaVision. Enjoying that show a lot! Looking forward to the finale!

Also watched The Little Things on HBO Max earlier today. It was alright.



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Currently finishing The 100. Show has come a looooong way since the first few episodes, which were pretty cringey at times. Glad I stuck with it.

After that I'll either watch the latest season of The Walking Dead (meh) or the second season of Snowpiercer (first one was pretty good).



The currently-running shows I've routinely watched each week this season have been:

WandaVision
Attack on Titan
Mushoku Tensei
Battlebots
Last Week Tonight

I also watch wrestling, but that doesn't really have seasons.



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Just finished Season 3 of Cobra Kai.
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I never even saw the Karate Kid before the beginning of this year, but my best friend kept insisting so that he could show me Cobra Kai. Finally, I caved and said "Alright, we'll watch it." It was just the first one, I eventually saw the second one on my own, I still haven't seen the third one.

I really enjoyed what I watched and liked Daniel and Mr. Miyagi. I thought Johnny was an asshole and Ali was a bit of a bitch. Then my friend explained how Karate Kid is from Daniel's perspective and that Cobra Kai is from Johnny's perspective and that you see that Johnny's not really a bad guy, they both had their issues and faults.
So, I said, "Ok, let's watch Cobra Kai."

I was hooked from the very first episode. Every time my friend would come over, we'd watch 5 episodes at a time, basically half a season. And every single episode left my on the edge of my seat, wanting more and more! That Season 2 finale.... Jesus Christ, that made my heart stop.
And Season 3... Oh my God, I almost shed a tear at some points.

If I had to rank them in order, I'd go 3>2>1. It just progressively gets better as it goes along.
It's at the point where, now I divide the greatest shows I've ever seen into 2 categories: Animated and live-action.

Animated - Avatar: the Last Airbender (SUPER Hyped for Avatar Studios!!!)
Live-Action - Cobra Kai

It is THAT good.

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Snowpiercer and Money Heist for now.

Snowpiercer is a great continuation from the movie. I've never read the book, with nothing to compare, the characters all feel very well done. Next episode should be up tonight, or is it on Mondays, dunno.

Money Heist is refreshing in the way that the characters actually care about human life. You don't really get that in American shows, just another body, collateral damage who cares. I notice that difference a lot between European and American shows.



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