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Colm Meany's character has a villainous side to him, but he's probably more of an anti-hero. He really has some major redeeming qualities. I must agree about singling him out for mention though -- his character is complex, multi-faceted, and enigmatic, and Meany deserves an Emmy for his performance.battlingignorance wrote:
Deep into the last season of 'Hell On Wheels' - scene-chewing drama around the early cross-US railroads. Colm Meany is a great villain.
In Season 5...you aren't kidding about the depraved part! Still watching...gator wrote:
Shameless gets more and more depraved every season. I'm a big fan.
I wasn't sure if I liked Penny Dreadful at first either but once they revealed more of the characters backstory as the season goes forward, everything seemed to make more sense.Karly wrote:
Finished Shameless until they make more. Can't wait. Going very slowly through Narcos Season 2...just not feeling it. I blew through Season 1. Started Penny Dreadful...slowly getting into it but very different from what usually interests me.
Escobar is dead. Season 2 certainly picked up after a couple of episodes.battlingignorance wrote:
'Narcos' season 2 was good....not sure how they will sustain into a 3rd season now that Escobar is dead.
I just finished a great BBC 5-episode piece on Amazon Prime - 'London Spy'. Fantastic, complicated stuff.
'Longmire' season 5 just went up on Netflix -- I love this show...even though the main character is quite the asshole.
'Ray Donovan' ended. Very sad.
And I just finished season 2 of 'Bloodline'. I like it...but the characters are getting flatter and more annoying. One more season and they are done.