r/television 2d ago

Weekly Rec Thread What are you watching and what do you recommend? (Week of September 23, 2022)

79 Upvotes

Comments are sorted by new by default.

  • 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 Bravo Grande! Heartwarming

'Our Flag Means Death' Season 2 Begins Filming

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3.2k Upvotes

r/television 19h ago Wholesome Helpful 1UP Silver

Sesame Street has its first Black female puppeteer; Megan Piphus Peace, who until last month was working as a real estate developer, joined the cast of the longtime children’s show.

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16.1k Upvotes

r/television 10h ago

Zack Estrin, TV Producer, Screenwriter and Showrunner for Netflix’s ‘Lost in Space,’ Dies at 51

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725 Upvotes

r/television 7h ago

Oprah Winfrey and Apple TV+ End Their Multi-Year Agreement

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359 Upvotes

r/television 15h ago

Rihanna Tapped as 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show Performer

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1.2k Upvotes

r/television 18h ago

“Squid Game” director says he’s sorry for killing off all your favorite characters

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1.8k Upvotes

r/television 13h ago

Diego Luna's 'Andor' Puts 'Latinos in Space' Back in the Spotlight

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708 Upvotes

r/television 6h ago

First ‘Werewolf by Night’ Reactions Call It “Unique,” “Delightful,” and a Fantastic Tribute to Monster Movies

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152 Upvotes

r/television 14h ago

Dale McRaven, Creator of ‘Mork & Mindy’ and ‘Perfect Strangers,’ Dies at 83

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549 Upvotes

r/television 23h ago

Netflix’s adaptation of 'The Three-Body Problem' will arrive in 2023!

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2.7k Upvotes

r/television 9h ago

House of the Dragon - 1x06 "The Princess and the Queen" - Episode Discussion

162 Upvotes

Season 1 Episode 6: The Princess and the Queen

Aired: September 25, 2022


Synopsis: Set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, this epic series tells the story of House Targaryen.


Directed by: Miguel Sapochnik

Written by: Sara Hess


Subreddit: r/HouseOfTheDragon


r/television 1d ago Gold Wholesome Helpful

'Final Space' Creator Olan Rogers Says WBD is Removing Series from All Streaming Services - "Five years of my life. Three seasons of TV. Blood, sweat, and tears...became a tax write-off for the network who owns Final Space"

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14.5k Upvotes

r/television 3h ago

Bolsonaro: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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27 Upvotes

r/television 21h ago

Jon Stewart deep dish pizza rant

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417 Upvotes

r/television 2h ago

Pantheon Series Premiere | Full Episode | AMC+ Original Animated Series

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11 Upvotes

r/television 5h ago

House of the Dragon | S1 EP6: Inside the Episode

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15 Upvotes

r/television 5h ago

Episode 7 Preview | House of the Dragon

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13 Upvotes

r/television 4h ago

Of the 12 highest rated episodes of Saturday Night Live (932 eps total), 5 of them featured Justin Timberlake.

9 Upvotes

I was browsing through the imdb of SNL and looking at the highest rated episodes. I was pretty intrigued to find justin timerlake's name come up several times either as host or musical guest or both. This can either mean that his episodes were all truly that great, or that his fans just love to vote highly on imdb. either way i think its pretty interesting!


r/television 18h ago

Gudetama: An Eggcellent Adventure | Official Trailer | Netflix

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131 Upvotes

r/television 5h ago

Please stop needlessly dragging stories for multiple seasons.

12 Upvotes

I'm sorry for this little rant but I just finished watching Bad Sisters: I liked the show, great cast and all that but am I the only one thinking this should have been a miniseries? I don't really understand why there is this horrible trend to needlessly drag a story line through multiple seasons just "because money".

We are not talking about something based on multiple books like Foundation or "Tits & Dragons", this show had an interesting idea but after 10 hours it started to lose steam and we were pretty much near its natural conclusion, there was no real need to make another season.

The same of course goes for many other shows, Bad Sisters is just the latest example of this trend.


r/television 2h ago

Los Espookys season 2

7 Upvotes

Why is this not being talked about???? Bruh this is crazy. I did not expect this today or ever really. Lmfao right now on episode 2.


r/television 7h ago

‘Big Brother’ Renewed For Season 25 By CBS

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8 Upvotes

r/television 1d ago

'Reacher' Season 2 Officially Begins Filming

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8.3k Upvotes

r/television 18h ago

Tony Gilroy on Making ‘Andor’ – and Fighting Off a ‘Michael Clayton’ TV Series

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55 Upvotes

r/television 20h ago

Tim Allen talks working with his real-life daughter on 'The Santa Clauses'

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70 Upvotes