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  • Which show had the worst finale?

    Now that Game of Thrones has ended, a lot of people are bringing up Lost. But these are not the only two shows that ended disappointingly. What did you think was the worst? For me, Dexter takes the prize.
    I also found this infographic, and the fan in me must point out: Lost isn't even in the top 8! Stop shitting on us, people!
    I almost forgot about True Blood, too. A friend of mine quit the show around season 5 and when I told her how it ended she legit did not believe me because it was so stupid. She thought I made it up, lol.

  • Lost - (Re)watch ——-> Spoiler Free Please.

    I'm with @Michelle I love Lost to this day. And I loved the finale as well. Yes, there was a bunch of filler. But to me, first and foremost, Lost was about the characters. They all had such depth and they all had history (and not only because there were twice as many episodes a season - there were pretty much twice as many characters, too). No show has given me so many feels until The Leftovers came around.
    I've not watched an episode in years but all this talk kinda makes me want to do a rewatch.
  • Chernobyl. Episode 2: Please Remain Calm

    @Marci Wow I am glad you're okay. What a crazy story! I'm not sure I would have been brave enough to go through with that treatment. I mean, radiation gave you cancer and then they used MORE radiation to get rid of it? Science works in insane ways.
  • Book series talked about on Game of thrones Podcast?

    Maybe it was The Expanse? (James S. A. Corey is actually two authors)
  • Chernobyl (HBO)

    I'm also glad they didn't do the accents. That's one of my biggest pet peeves in movies/tv ever.

    Also, I really must give extra props to the set designer. I grew up in Eastern Europe, and never in my life have I seen a movie set around here that had stuff in it I actually recognized. The clothes, the vehicles, the wallpaper, the furniture down to the last garbage can (that Jared Harris carried outside in the beginning) were all things I saw every day. So this all felt really close, even though we lived some 1300 kilometers away from Chernobyl. Right now I live only about 70 kilometers away from a nuclear power plant, so needless to say this show has given me a whole lot of anxiety...