Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 September 13

The slow summer schedule slides on, offering us Wolves, ensigns of the Lower Decks, and the Boys, but none of which offer us any descriptions.  Got anything you recently binged on you want to share with the Bureau?

[All synopses (and titles) from Trakt.tv below the cut, except when there really aren’t any.  (If a show’s synopsis is a spoiler to you, do not click More…)]

Raised by Wolves – S01E06 – Lost Paradise – [No description given.]

Raised by Wolves – S01E07 – Faces – [No description given.]

Star Trek: Lower Decks – S01E07 – TBA – [No description given.]

The Boys – S02E05 – We Gotta Go Now – [No description given.]

 

6 replies on “Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 September 13”

  1. pythor says:

    Away on Netflix came out last week, and a mission to Mars is still sci-fi (if just barely). I enjoyed it.

    • JD DeLuzio says:

      We had a brief discussion of Away, but half the people commenting hadn’t seen it, and the other half didn’t like it nearly as much as you did.

      • pythor says:

        Ah. I missed that post. I did check the previous weekly TV threads.

        Looking at that thread, I can’t argue that Away isn’t slow. It’s really a drama with a space backdrop, instead of a more conventional sci-fi show.

  2. J_W_W says:

    Off topic, but…. Dune trailer discussion thread, please?

  3. The mixed reviews make me leery of picking up Away. We just finished going through The Boys, which we paused in our watch of The Expanse, and we are back to the Expanse for season four. Not sure where we go after this, but I am tempted to try to watch every James Bond film with my wife, next.

    Oh! When I remember, I was watching Max Headroom, because I never had. I am up to somewhere in season two, and I am very impressed with the show. Way ahead of its time, and I would love to see it revived (Revived, refreshed, but not another damn reboot.)

  4. Soooo Lower Decks has improved. That’s not saying a lot, I get a mild chuckle out of the entire show, but that’s really just setting the bar of “worth putting on in the background while I work,” not “excited for the next episode.”

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