This is a megathread for FX and BBC viewers to discuss season 1.
All Spoilers are allowed in this post. so if you haven't finished the series yet, stay away.
Discuss what you thought of the series, characters, story line, and whatever you like. Or about what you think might happen in season 2.
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Thanks for watching the series with us. Please badger all your friends to watch as well!
Dunno how many of you've seen Peaky Blinders, but I think they're two very well-done guys who are resilient, clever, and strong. If they were facing off each other, with a conflict of interest, who do you think would win? (For example, if James wanted Nootka Sound and so did Thomas, which one would succeed?)
My personal bet is on James. He has less family to be hurt by and just seems so damn determined. However, Thomas has a lot of connections and money. In hand-to-hand combat, I'd also lay my bets on James.
This was a show from 2009, which I believe, gives some of James Delaney's mannerisms a beginning. A good performance from Hardy foreshadowing Taboo's epic role. Do consider a viewing.
The Take (TV series)
I can’t force others to watch ‘Taboo’ but I surely can recommend subscriber of this sub reddit to watch other shows who are even more underrated than ‘Taboo’. It will be a 3 part post. Covering three different genres. Next part of this post will be on Feb 21st.
1st one on the list is ‘Generation Kill’. It’s got 7 episodes. And show really picks up after 1st episode. It’s a straight up real war drama based on a book by an author who was at the time with the marines as a reporter in this mini-series. The war in context is an invasion of Iraq. Please for the love of god, try this series out. First episode is kinda slow, but soon you get to know all the characters 2nd ep onwards.
In US, this show is available on Amazon Prime and HBONOW.
Let me know how you liked it, and if mods want to delete this post, I totally understand. This post has nothing to do with this sub. But it has got 1 thing in common - Underrated TV show.
What is the significance of delaney being on a slave ship does this mean he was selling slaves?
Does anyone know where I can find a jacket version (cut off at the waist) of the trenchcoat Tom Hardy wears?