Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by wozofoz, Sep 16, 2013.
I'm set to watch tomorrow on my iPad Pro 11.
Enjoy the ride!
I'm not criticizing your choice, but why would you watch something with that kind of budget (and filmed on real locations and not green screens) on even a nice device like an iPad when you can watch it on a large television or in the theaters? I ask, because my brother-in-law often consumes things like that on such devices and I don't get it. Sure, it's great to watch some TV shows on smaller screens, but not things with great cinematography (for me).
Because I get FREE HBOmax, Paramount and Apple TV on my iPad Pro 11. And I rarely went to movie theaters before the pandemic. (And I haven't watched it yet. )
Okay, I get that. Isn't there a way to display that on a TV? I'm not criticizing, I'm only saying that some of the HBOmax stuff is really worth watching on a decently-sized screen.
'Law & Order': Jeffrey Donovan Joins as a New Detective in the Upcoming Revival
Jeffrey Donovan has been cast as the lead of NBC’s revival of Law & Order. While no details have been released about his character, the former Burn Notice star will play a NYPD detective, when the crime procedural returns for season 21. “Dun-dun,” the actor tweeted.
In September, NBC announced it was bringing back the original series that kicked off the sprawling and long-running franchise for a new season. Executive produced by creator Dick Wolf and led by showrunner Rick Eid, the series will once again examine “the police who investigate crime and the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders.”
Since then, Donovan becomes the first official – and new – cast member to join amid speculation over who from the original run of the series, including Sam Waterston, who played District Attorney Jack McCoy for 15 seasons, and Anthony Anderson, who played Detective Kevin Bernard in the final three seasons, might return.
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My Samsung TV isn't quite new enough and doesn't have BT. OTOH, my DVD recorder came with Amazon, Netflix, Hulu and YouTube channels installed so I'm able to view those via TV.
Change of topic, here: History Channel tonight premieres a short docu-series, and a new episode of Modern Marvels…
"The Toys that Built America” shares a different story—one that brings new products and nostalgic toys to the forefront as driving forces behind untold cultural and economic shifts. The four-part docuseries showcases visionaries such as the Parker Brothers, Milton Bradley and Ruth Handler who transformed a small toy company into the billion-dollar empire now known as Mattel®.
Tonight at 9, History Channel
Modern Marvels: Toys tonight at 10, History Channel
Somewhat in the spirit of the holidays <g>
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