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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    If you guys want to continue the discussion, we've got a thread in the Movies forum for Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsox girl View Post
    I have yet to watch this series, but I'm enjoying the posts so much all of you are slowly but surely piquing my interest. I do know Benjamin Cumberbach but only because my friend has a crush on him But, definitely going to check out the series soon, thanks to you Sherl fans on this thread
    Well, I certainly envy you being able to discover Sherlock and be able to watch the prior two seasons back to back. I was just thinking how great it is to discover a show and be able to watch all the seasons at once. We've been waiting for what seems like forever (after each season) before a new season begins. I do confess to re-watching previous Sherlock seasons over and over, our library has the CD's available for free. It's no surprise that Sherlock is the most watched show in GB. He really is my favorite Sherlock, and the cast is outstanding! I am so appreciative of the Co-creators for their writing and casting of this wonderful production. Come and enjoy with us!
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    I haven't caught onto Sherlock yet.
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    Forgive me but I find following this thread a bit challenging so I am wondering if anyone is watching Call the Midwife? Season 3 starts on PBS on 30/03/2014. I love it so much.
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    Yes, I watch Call the Midwife. And there are a few others as well. It's a great show.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by tbamom View Post
    Forgive me but I find following this thread a bit challenging so I am wondering if anyone is watching Call the Midwife? Season 3 starts on PBS on 30/03/2014. I love it so much.
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    Sherlock/Mr Selfridge crossover...

    I didn't realize that the actress who just played Mary on Sherlock also played Miss Mardel on Mr Selfridge. Two disparate and convincing performances.
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    Raising my hand . . . Call the Midwife fan!!!!
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    Has any seen the 2008 Masterpiece Modern miniseries, The Last Enemy? I just found it in my Amazon Prime Instant Video collection and watched the first of five episodes. It's another Masterpiece excellent show. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Carlyle. What could be bad?

    Just curious if anyone has seen it all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZChristian View Post
    Raising my hand . . . Call the Midwife fan!!!!
    I am so completely a fan!

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