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Old 11-24-21, 03:08 PM  
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If you have Comcast/Xfinity internet, they have Free TV Week from now through the 29th. Entire series from HBO, HBO Max, Starz, Epix and Peacock are included as well as movies. You can watch through their free Flex box (a Roku like device), on their website or through the Xfinity Stream app.
https://www.xfinity.com/hub/free-tv-movies/free-tv-week
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Old 12-01-21, 03:49 PM  
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I finished The Handmaid's Tale Season 4.

I am more than halfway through the Kdrama Oh My Venus. This rom com may appeal to VF members, as it is about a female attorney who let herself go and moves in with 2 trainers and a UFC fighter who all train her to lose weight & get healthy. There are many scenes of her running, working out, doing aerobics on the TV.

Also started season 8 of NCT Life.
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Old 12-01-21, 03:54 PM  
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If you have Comcast/Xfinity internet, they have Free TV Week from now through the 29th. Entire series from HBO, HBO Max, Starz, Epix and Peacock are included as well as movies. You can watch through their free Flex box (a Roku like device), on their website or through the Xfinity Stream app.
https://www.xfinity.com/hub/free-tv-movies/free-tv-week
Just wanted to thank you for this post. Iíve been wanting to watch Mare of Easttown for so long. Loved it!
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Old 12-01-21, 03:59 PM  
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Sandra, I watch Running Man, My Little Old Boy/Mom's Diary, 2 Days & 1 Night, and pretty much anything with BTS. I used to watch Knowing Bros, but haven't watched regularly in a while. I've seen bits of other variety shows, including Battle Trip and I Live Alone, here and there. I've watched some clips of The Return of Superman, but the first few I listed are what I've stuck with. I started watching Running Man from the beginning, and I'm on episode 431 right now Still enjoying it. That's what I've been watching when I don't feel like watching anything else.
Ha BTS sucked me in - started listening to their music then read about how they wanted to bury American Hustle Life because it was so bad. So had to watch that, then Run & Bon Voyage. Started listening & watching shows from other groups. They make too many to keep up with! But enjoy most of them as time permits.

Where do you watch full eps of Running Man? Any idea where to watch the recent full ep w/ San from Ateez? I could only find 2-4min clips on YouTube & don't have Netflix or Disney (not sure if they have Running Man, but read Disney will carry Running Man spin off).

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I'm glad you posted in this thread; I was feeling like the odd one out
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Old 12-01-21, 04:08 PM  
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I have one more episode of Midsomer Murders season 18. I resumed watching season 4 of Frankie Drake Mysteries and I just started season 2 of Seaside Hotel.
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Old 12-01-21, 04:13 PM  
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Sandra & Venus - I haven't watched any k-dramas, but I like some of the Korean horror films.

I have been self-teaching myself Japanese for years. I enjoy all kinds of Japanese films. There are supposed to be some great J-dramas, too.
I have watched some Japanese films, but no Jdramas yet.
The movie I mentioned up thread Little Forest is a 2hr Korean remake of a famous 4hr Japanese film about living a simple life close to nature & eating in season (lots of food porn). I haven't been able to find the Japanese version but would love to see it. At one time the 2 DVDs (split into 2 movies/DVDs, an hour for each season) were being sold on Amazon for $50-90 each.
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Old 12-02-21, 08:47 PM  
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I finished The Handmaid's Tale Season 4.

I am more than halfway through the Kdrama Oh My Venus. This rom com may appeal to VF members, as it is about a female attorney who let herself go and moves in with 2 trainers and a UFC fighter who all train her to lose weight & get healthy. There are many scenes of her running, working out, doing aerobics on the TV.

Also started season 8 of NCT Life.
I want to watch The Handmaid's Tale Season 4, but I've mostly been watching "lighter" content lately. I'll have to check out Oh My Venus

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Ha BTS sucked me in - started listening to their music then read about how they wanted to bury American Hustle Life because it was so bad. So had to watch that, then Run & Bon Voyage. Started listening & watching shows from other groups. They make too many to keep up with! But enjoy most of them as time permits.

Where do you watch full eps of Running Man? Any idea where to watch the recent full ep w/ San from Ateez? I could only find 2-4min clips on YouTube & don't have Netflix or Disney (not sure if they have Running Man, but read Disney will carry Running Man spin off).
I don't think I would have found the Korean shows I watch if I hadn't gone down the BTS rabbit hole I need to find some time to binge watch In the Soop 2.

I think Running Man is available on Kocowa, but I don't currently have it. I'll PM you the link to where I watched it.
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Old 12-02-21, 08:52 PM  
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Just wanted to thank you for this post. Iíve been wanting to watch Mare of Easttown for so long. Loved it!
Thanks for mentioning you loved Mare of Easttown. I checked it out from my library but didn't have time to watch it before returning it. I'll have to check it out again now.
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Old 12-06-21, 10:09 PM  
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I'm having a hard time keeping up with narratives (hello, stress) so have gone back to Blown Away, the glassblowing competition show on Netflix (I decided to skip S1 due to aggressive contestants) and The Great Pottery Throw Down now that I have HBO Max.

I had seen S1 of Pottery when it was still on YouTube but the version on HBO Max is so much brighter that you can actually see what's happening. My sister in law was inspired to take up pottery after watching the show and has made several lovely mugs and small dishes. I may have even teared up like Keith when opening my Christmas gift last year
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Old 12-06-21, 10:20 PM  
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Binge-watching Elementary, which Iíve never seen before. I Sherlock Holmes and I Jonny Lee Miller, so Iím a happy camper.
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