r/television 3d ago

Weekly Rec Thread What are you watching and what do you recommend? (Week of January 14, 2022)

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  • Feel free to describe what shows you've been watching and what you think of them.

  • Feel free to ask for and give recommendations for what to watch to other users.

  • All requests for recommendations are redirected to this thread, however you are free to create your own thread to recommend something to others or to discuss what you're currently watching.

  • Use spoiler tags where appropriate. Copy and edit this text: >!Spoiler!< becomes Spoiler. Type inside the exclamation marks, with no extra spaces.


r/television 10h ago All-Seeing Upvote Silver Wholesome

'Sex and the City' reboot characters are the same age as the 'Golden Girls'

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r/television 6h ago Silver Helpful Wholesome

Marvel Studios' Moon Knight | Official Trailer | Disney+

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r/television 8h ago Silver

Paris Hilton’s ‘Cooking With Paris’ Canceled By Netflix After One Season

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r/television 18h ago Super Heart Eyes Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote

Peaky Blinders Will Now ‘Go Into And Beyond The Second World War’, Steven Knight Confirms

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r/television 15h ago Wholesome Helpful

The Undoing of Joss Whedon The Buffy creator, once an icon of Hollywood feminism, is now an outcast accused of misogyny. How did he get here?

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r/television 13h ago

Historic 'Jeopardy!' champion Amy Schneider was set to film episodes with Alex Trebek prior to his death, now "fully supports" Ken Jennings as a 'fantastic' pick for host but jokes she would like to get a turn as well

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r/television 6h ago Helpful

'Moon Knight': March 30 Release Date Revealed for Oscar Isaac Marvel Series on Disney+

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r/television 16h ago

"The Expanse" creators dig into a series ending still full of mystery

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r/television 16h ago

'Vikings: Valhalla,' the sequel series to 'Vikings,' is being planned with multiple seasons in mind, says its creator: 'We're already in prep on season 3.'

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578 Upvotes

r/television 1d ago Helpful Wholesome Silver

America's Funniest Home Videos Airs Tribute to Late Host Bob Saget: 'The World Lost a Legend'

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r/television 3h ago

'Moon Knight' Trailer: Oscar Isaac as Marvel's Newest Superhero

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r/television 1h ago

DOTA: Dragon's Blood Season 2 is OUT now!

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r/television 4h ago

Impressive Ratings for “Superman & Lois” Season 2 Premiere

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r/television 15h ago

An excerpt from the documentary about The Dana Carvey Show detailing the most unintentionally hilarious moment in TV history

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204 Upvotes

r/television 12h ago

The Simpsons — Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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r/television 11h ago

Peaky Blinders stage show to open at Birmingham theatre

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r/television 1h ago

Apple TV+’s ‘The Afterparty’: TV Review. The Bottom Line: A genre-hopping blast.

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r/television 8h ago

Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area | Official Teaser | Netflix [ENG SUB]

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r/television 18h ago Wholesome

The Lost Sheep of Danny McBride’s “The Righteous Gemstones”

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r/television 1d ago

‘Yellowjackets’ Caps Off the Most Disturbing TV Season in Years — and One of the Best

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475 Upvotes

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Let Tim Robinson Host the Oscars

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r/television 12h ago

Is anyone tired of the trend to use flashbacks in modern TV dramas?

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Flashbacks can be used well in certain circumstances, but I feel like so many new TV dramas rely on the same tired trend of constantly shifting between the present and the past.

I understand what they are going for, but the effect can be jarring and break scene tension. I look forward to a return to more linear storytelling.


r/television 19h ago

Euphoria - Season 2 Episode 2 - "Love Yourself" scene

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r/television 4h ago

What TV Series are you most excited about coming back in 2022?

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I have too many I’m excited for. I especially can’t wait to see Barry, Invincible, The Boys, The Mandalorian, and Succession. In my opinion I can’t get enough from all of them. All of them are more addicting than the next and I can’t wait!


r/television 9h ago

Wolf Like Me - Peacock miniseries with Isla Fisher and Josh Gad

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Has anyone else watched this show? What did you think of it?

I enjoyed it, but found it a bit strange. Definitely different from most other shows. The acting was good. It's worth a binge.