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    • cvdavis

      I'm half way through the 2nd season of the show Billions and find it to be a pretty interesting show. Anyone else like it and have something similar to recommend? The only TV shows I've watched in the last ten years or so is Game of Thrones, Vikings and Star Trek Discovery.

    • Rebecca
      Rebecca Shoshana

      Great show. Ballers is entertaining - about a former NFL player turned financial manager (The Rock) and the behind-the-scenes of professional football. Homeland is an excellent show. Depends on your interests! I seem to watch a significant number of shows that involve the CIA, FBI or the White House... so I have lots of suggestions if you like those kinds of shows!

    • cvdavis

      I would like stuff with the white house. I'll check out those other ones you suggested. Thanks

    • yaypie

      If you want a happy, optimistic show about the White House, you can't go wrong with The West Wing.

      If you want a dark, cynical show about the White House, look no further than House of Cards. Sadly even darker now that we know Kevin Spacey is also a villain in real life.

      And if you want a funny, bitingly satirical show about the White House, Veep is still one of the best shows on TV.

    • Rebecca
      Rebecca Shoshana


      The West Wing is hands down my favorite show of all time. I've watched it all the way through twice and also watched the first four seasons at least 3 to 4 times. It honestly never gets old.

      House of Cards is definitely binge-worthy, although the Kevin Spacey stuff does ruin it a bit.

      I enjoy Madam Secretary just because it's so very relevant right now. Fauda has one season on Netflix right now - it's a really impressively-made show about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

    • yaypie

      I feel the same way about The West Wing! I've watched seasons 1-6 multiple times over the years, but I recently discovered I had somehow never actually finished season 7. 😵

      It's not the best season, but it was still incredibly therapeutic to watch episodes I hadn't seen before and briefly forget about how awful the real world is at the moment.

    • Rebecca
      Rebecca Shoshana

      I had a chance to meet Martin Sheen once and was majorly star-struck... it was like meeting a president (and one I like) and I almost called him President Bartlet.

    • Rebecca
      Rebecca Shoshana

      proof 😃

    • gorudy

      I watched every episode over the course of six months. Basically one episode every night of the week. I love that each season is 20+ episodes.

    • gorudy

      Nice. He came to my college to campaign for John Kerry back in 2004, fun seeing President Bartlett campaigning in real life :)

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