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Discussion in 'TV Shows' started by joshEH, Jul 24, 2018.
Apparently season 5 has wrapped. Still no premiere date though.
Good article on Gilligan and the developments behind the Breaking Bad movie, El Camino. 2.39 widescreen, bitches!
"[A] private jet to shuttle a key castmember in and out of Albuquerque without notice."
...Of COURSE Huell needs a private jet.
I guess I took that to heart because I've been watching this quirky show and enjoying it in a low key way, but then Exec Producer Paul Giamatti joined the cast a few episodes ago as a famous and prolific author and the show hit an entirely new gear and is like It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World on nitrous oxide. Absurd. Wild. Funny. And warm-hearted. It's a gas gas gas.
Interview with Vince about El Camino, but Saul also comes up -- he says that he directed the eighth episode of Season 5, and seems to think it debuts in February:
The movie drops on Netflix this Friday. We've got our tickets to see it on the big screen. Greatly looking forward to seeing what Vince Gilligan and Marshall Adams do with that 2.39:1 canvas.
Ever since they said 2020, I’ve been hoping January 1st. February isn’t bad I guess, as long as it isn’t February 29th.
If we don't get resolution tomorrow night on whether Jesse's little brother was able to go to Space Camp, this whole thing was a colossal waste of everyone's time.
OK I'm sold.
I want to see if Huell got out of that motel room and at the same time, I kinda hope he's not addressed at all so that funny moment was the last time that we got to see Huell.
Vince Gilligan said that Netflix is doing a special thing showing Huell sitting in the room for hours as a promotional tie-in. Doesn't look like it's up yet, though.
Sorry there wasn't a thread for it, but Lodge 49 was the cure for all cynical, dark, or apocalyptic television recently.
Read this review of the finale (which isn't a spoiler since it won't make any sense to someone who hasn't watched) just to get a flavor of what this 'big-hearted' experience is all about.
Lodge 49 has to be one of the best shows that was on television in recent times. From the cast, the story lines, the way it was filmed and the music, everything was perfect.
I heard it might be in trouble to get picked up for another season. There is a fan push to write AMC and let them know we are watching and would like another season.
The show Sam was sold on .. was it THE LODGE?
Is it available on any of the Apple TV services?
Not sure but I found this;
If you like wacky, weird, well written and optimistic shows, you will like Lodge 49.
Yes, I'm looking to see it somewhere too. The Lodge
Okay, this is on Hulu. I have Hulu.
However, unless I am wrong I think there are two seasons? I only see one season listed on Hulu.
Two seasons, which just ended on AMC, so it probably isn't up yet, but Season Two definitely lifts the proceedings to another level. And if you watch, be aware that Sonya Cassidy, playing the sister Liz (and let's face it, a new crush) is another Aussie actor with a thick accent that you would never know that watching her here.