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Bag of Bones (Mini-series)
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Posted December 05 2011 - 09:16 AM
Have done a HTF search in the TV Programming folder, and couldn't find an existing thread for the TV mini-series Bag of Bones. Is this still starting this month on A&E? It's IMDb release dates page says 11th December, 2011. A Digital Spy news article from October said filming was still in production, and was expected to begin airing on A&E "later this year".
Posted December 05 2011 - 09:23 AM
Next Sunday and Monday. I liked the book and look forward to watching it "live".
Posted December 15 2011 - 08:30 AM
Watching it "live"? Anyway, what did people here think of Bag of Bones?
Posted December 15 2011 - 09:43 AM
He means non-DVR... I have it on the DVR, will probably watch this weekend or over the Christmas break. Been a very busy time viewing this last week; so I haven't had a chance to slip it in. But my wife says it was surprisingly good
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Posted December 16 2011 - 08:20 AM
Thanks for clearing that up. Don't watch many programmes "live". Thankfully, now that some of the US shows have taken a break or have finished/are finishing, there won't be much to catch up on between now and Christmas.
Posted December 16 2011 - 08:43 AM
Believe me, the "live" experience was painful in the extreme: 25 minutes of movie, then another hour and a half of five minutes on, five minutes LOUD COMMERCIALS -- and many of the same ones over and over. How can people stand "watching TV" any more? Holy mother of god. But I digress. As with other King adaptations, I thought the casting and the telling of the first half were great. The second half laid it to waste with much short-cutting and alteration of the novel which I remember very much enjoying. Stephen-King-TV-Movie-Syndrome strikes again Maybe this one needed more time allotted to it.
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