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    I was freaked out that your Canadian calendar might have been a day ahead of us USA laggards....the way you all get to see Y&R a day ahead of us!

    Plus, today is my grandson's birthday, so I'm extra-aware!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanny Mare View Post
    Worricker - on Masterpiece I'm really looking forward to this: it's a follow-up to Page Eight from a few years ago, the spy drama starting Bill Nighy. Two of my very favourite things together.
    I just picked up Page Eight from the library and am going to try to find time to watch it again before the new episodes begin. I remember liking it, but I don't remember any details about it at all

    There will be two, 2-hour episodes beginning this Sunday (the 8th).
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    Just set my DVR!!!!

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    I am trying to watch Warricker, but I'm not doing very well. I don't feel that I will make it to the end of the first 2 hours. PBS has so spoiled me with their period pieces. This movie seems absolutely boring.

    I'm not surprised that you cannot remember anything about the book, FM, if the movie is this stodgy.
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    I watched Lark Rise To Candleford on Amazon. Didn't watch closely the first epi and didn't get into it till I re-watched and was hooked. LOVED seasons 1 and 2. Season 3 a little less and 4, not so much as they seemed to try to scrounge for material. However, Thomas Brown was so adorable and so was Minnie! I'm thinking or watching the first seasons all over again just to see them.

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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by nanarama View Post
    I watched Lark Rise To Candleford on Amazon. Didn't watch closely the first epi and didn't get into it till I re-watched and was hooked. LOVED seasons 1 and 2. Season 3 a little less and 4, not so much as they seemed to try to scrounge for material. However, Thomas Brown was so adorable and so was Minnie! I'm thinking or watching the first seasons all over again just to see them.
    I didn't realize there were four seasons. Approximately how many episodes per season? Thanks.

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    I watched about half of Warricker. I've recorded and will finish it later. I think I like it. It's a little early to tell.

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    It was bit dry, but I will watch the rest..
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    We watched the first hour. Hubby and I liked it. We will keep watching.
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    It's taking me a little while to finish watching Warricker. It's kind of good. I just keep falling asleep. lol

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