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The Chi - Showtime original series

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The Chi is a powerful coming-of-age drama series about an interconnected group of working-class African-Americans on Chicago's volatile south side, who remind us that no matter what, the human spirit is strong and hope never dies. Starring Steven Williams, Sonja Sohn, and Jason Mitchell. Don't miss the premiere of The Chi on Sunday, January 7th 2018 at 10Pm ET/PT on SHOWTIME.



Executive produced by Common & Lena Waithe (from Masters of None)
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  • atribecalledgabiatribecalledgabi DragonstonePosts: 14,027 Regulator
    Didn't even watch the trailer I'm already in off lena waithe, common and kima from the wire
    TheGOAT
  • Revolver OcelotRevolver Ocelot Posts: 3,382 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I'm in.

    Damn I don't remember this many black shows on at once since the 90's.
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  • black caesarblack caesar Posts: 11,991 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I'm in already.

    @StoneColdMikey What's your take man?
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  • black caesarblack caesar Posts: 11,991 ✭✭✭✭✭
    This was actually filmed on the west side. They had a big uproar because the people actually thought they put a grocery store in the neighborhood but it was just a prop for the show and they threw all the food away afterwards.








    Garfield Park & North Lawndale

    Food & Drink

    'The Chi' Says Dumpster Food Was Expired — But Residents Say Otherwise







    By Kelly Bauer | October 19, 2017 8:14am | Updated on October 19, 2017 8:17am
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    People living in a "food desert" in North Lawndale hoped they'd be able to get basic necessities from a new corner store (left). But the store ended up being a TV set, and this week the set dumped its props — including food and cleaning supplies — into the garbage.

    Courtesy Frank Bergh, Kimberly Camacho and Jayleen Sandoval



    CHICAGO — A representative of the upcoming Showtime series "The Chi" that's caught flak for throwing away a dumpster full of food and household items in a West Side food desert says the food had expired and wasn't safe to eat.

    But neighbors, who picked through the dumpster to find items they could bring home to their families, said that's not true and again questioned why the food wasn't donated.

    The set at 19th Street and Kedzie Avenue was designed to look like a corner store and had been in use since at least mid-June. Filming finished, and the set's very real props apparently were thrown out Monday.

    Jayleen Sandoval and her roommate, Kimberly Camacho, live next door to the North Lawndale set and joined other residents, including children, in going through the dumpster to find food and household supplies on Monday. They took home a variety of items, including flour, dish soap, sponges and granola bars.

    "Their expiration date isn't until a very long time," said Sandoval, a University of Illinois at Chicago student who works two jobs.

    Food like the edibles thrown out by the show can be hard to buy in North Lawndale, where 43 percent of households live below the poverty line and many don't have easy access to grocery stores. Residents were already frustrated after mistaking the set for a real store this summer, and after the food was thrown out, they questioned why the "The Chi" hadn't donated the items to help area families in need.

    "The Chi," which is set to run on Showtime and is produced by Chicago native and Emmy winner Lena Waithe, will depict life and its challenges on the South Side of Chicago.

    In an email on Wednesday night, a Showtime spokeswoman said the items that were thrown out were "for filming purposes only and were never intended or maintained for consumption."

    The spokeswoman said "most of the items" were expired and had been contaminated by rodents.

    "The Chi," a new series from Showtime about life and hardships on Chicago's South Side, caught flak after the show's staff threw away food in a West Side food desert. Showtime said most of the food was expired and contaminated by rodents, but neighbors said that's not true and sent in photos of the food with expiration dates as far away as 2020. [Courtesy Kimberly Camacho and Jayleen Sandoval]

    But residents said they were careful to avoid food packages that had been opened and possibly contaminated, Sandoval said Wednesday night, and they checked the expiration dates before bringing anything home. None of the items Sandoval and Camacho brought home had old expiration dates or had been opened.

    And Sandoval said many of the items in the dumpsters were nonperishables — including cleaning supplies and diapers — that wouldn't have presented the same liability concerns as food might have if "The Chi" had donated them.

    Showtime did not immediately respond when asked about the nonexpired food and why the nonperishable items were thrown out.

    "A lot of that stuff could have been donated without any liability issues," Sandoval said.

    The show's staff could have put the items out on the street or even put out a sign so residents knew about the supplies "rather than wasting it," she added.

    Sandoval and Camacho even took home a box of diapers from the dumpster so they could give them away and help someone in need, Sandoval said.

    "We wouldn't let them go to waste," Sandoval said, adding they'd asked others who were looking in the dumpster if they needed the diapers before taking them to give away. They'd "rather not let them go to waste and just have them in good hands instead."

    Workers power washed the paint off a TV set in North Lawndale last week. A photo from Oct. 11 shows yellow paint across the sidewalk. A resident said the paint is now mostly cleaned away, but said neighbors had gone out to sweep away the chips because of the mess. [Courtesy Frank Bergh]

    The thrown-out food wasn't the only concern neighbors had with "The Chi" set. Camacho said the exterior paint of the set was washed away last week, but paint chips were left on the sidewalk and grass. Neighbors swept away the chips, Camacho said, and most of the paint was gone, though some was still visible Tuesday.

    "Photos suggesting the production had abandoned the site before leaving it in proper shape were taken before cleanup had concluded," a Showtime spokeswoman wrote in an email Wednesday night. "The cleanup process takes several days, and additional cleanup was already scheduled for [Wednesday] and is in progress."

    The spokeswoman also said the production has donated picnic benches, Chromebooks and hundreds of bookbags to the community. Showtime did not immediately respond when asked what organizations those items were donated to.

    Like Camacho, who has to go to food pantries or travel to suburban Cicero for twice-a-month trips for groceries, Sandoval said it's not always easy getting groceries and household goods in the neighborhood.

    Sandoval takes the Pink Line to Cermak and then walks to Pete's, Aldi's and a Walmart Express for food. It's manageable most of the time, Sandoval said, but it'll be a "hassle" when the winter comes because she has to walk and bring a cart. The trip takes about 25 minutes each way, she said, and they have to fit that in their schedules.

    "We can't be out too late," Sandoval said. "We have school, and then work, so whenever we can on weekends" they go to the store.

    But Sandoval and Camacho, who moved to North Lawndale in July, consider themselves luckier than most of their neighbors.

    Camacho said she has a Link card she can use to help pay for food and is able to visit food pantries for help, while Sandoval said she has "more flexibility" than other residents because she's able to pay her rent and doesn't have the same concerns about getting kids to school or making the bills as other families do.

    Camacho said going through the dumpster and grabbing food and household items meant she wouldn't have to wait hours in line at a food pantry. For other families with fewer privileges, it means being able to save money so they can instead buy a luxury, like a book for a child, she said.

    Sandoval questioned why Showtime said most of the food was expired when, from her search of the dumpster, much of it was salvageable.

    "They could have just apologized to the neighborhood," Sandoval said. "They could have done something for the neighborhood."

    RELATED

    • TV Show Throws Out Dumpster Full Of Food — While Filming In A Food Desert

    • Fake 'Corner Store' Reminds North Lawndale Of What It Doesn't Have — Food

    Are you going to be watching the show?
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  • StoneColdMikeyStoneColdMikey mikeyismod CHITOWN THE BEST TOWNPosts: 33,504 Regulator
    Check the trailer afterwards but damn they threw away the food. That’s fucked up
    #Mikeyismod2017
    deadeyeatribecalledgabionetoughmiracle
  • black caesarblack caesar Posts: 11,991 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Check the trailer afterwards but damn they threw away the food. That’s fucked up

    They was some fucked up shit. A lot of people could have used it. Hell, they could have donated it.
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  • deadeyedeadeye Walmart Warrior Kat's buttPosts: 22,851 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 23
    Check the trailer afterwards but damn they threw away the food. That’s fucked up

    They was some fucked up shit. A lot of people could have used it. Hell, they could have donated it.


    Just goes to show how detached the higher ups actually are.



    I mean, I'm assuming the tv series was funded to give people a different perspective of what life is like Chicago.



    Just saw the trailer last night and it looks like it's gonna be a good show.



    Yet, now I'm starting to have doubts because......the people who put so much time and effort into making a show about Chicago..........appear to be totally oblivious to the needs of the community that they're portraying.
    deadeye
    So, you're mad because I quoted a post.....that included a scantily clad pic of you......that you sent to another man.....while both of you are supposed to be in committed relationships with other people?

    Hilarious.
    June 12 Delete


    MsSouthern
    just messy ...smh
    June 12



    deadeye
    You can call me messy, but you can't say I was lying about anything I said.
    June 12 Delete


    MzGrahamBitches
    gtfoff my page and mind your fucking business old man.


    Oh wait, you have no business which is why you stalk various females on the internet tryibg to interject yourself into their business.

    Fuck off.
    June 12


    deadeye
    Most of your business is public knowledge Kathryn.

    You should learn to exercise more discretion.

    You're too old to continuously find yourself in compromising situations.

    I'm extremely disappointed in your behavior and expect much better of you in the future.

    With compassion, concern, sincerity, and due diligence.
    June 12 Delete

    MzGrahamBitches
    I hope you die of old age tonight.
    June 12

    deadeye
    That's a horrible thing to say.

    I'm sorry you feel that way Kathryn.

    However, I've never heard of anyone dying of old age at 43.

    My words must've really hit home for you to want me to die tonight.

    I'm sorry if I hurt your feelings.

    Instead of wishing me death, your time would be better served reflecting on your past transgressions and thinking about what steps you can take to improve yourself.
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    Dirty Sanchez
    kat caught feelings
    June 12

    deadeye
    Indeed she did.

    Definitely not your usual white woman.
    June 12 Delete

    MzGrahamBitches
    Titanagraphs but I caught feelings..ok.

    Type me another one pops.
    June 12


    deadeye
    You wished death upon me Kathryn.

    Solely because I quoted a post which featured you in a bathrobe with your privates partially exposed.

    A pic that would have never been publicly accessible had it not been for your carelessness and bad judgement.

    Essentially, you want me to die for your mistakes.

    Smarten up Kathryn.

    If anyone caught feelings it's you.

    This is just entertainment for me.
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    @deadeye nah mate, fuck off, I literally hate seeing your name in my notifications because I know it's your FUCKING LIST. I'm tired of being @'d to some thread because of your shitty list, makes me just want to punch you in your fat fucking face.

    You're a digrace to creepset and 'mature' black men the world over.

    Fuck your entire existence.


    You are a plain idiot. Since you cannot give birth nor have a proper sense of enduring and suffering you cannot understand my post.

    @Westie has put her life on the line several times to give life. I wish I had an ounce of that courage, endurance and resiliance.

    Peace
  • black caesarblack caesar Posts: 11,991 ✭✭✭✭✭
    deadeye wrote: »
    Check the trailer afterwards but damn they threw away the food. That’s fucked up

    They was some fucked up shit. A lot of people could have used it. Hell, they could have donated it.


    Just goes to show how detached the higher ups actually are.



    I mean, I'm assuming the tv series was funded to give people a different perspective of what life is like Chicago.



    Just saw the trailer last night and it looks like it's gonna be a good show.



    Yet, now I'm starting to have doubts because......the people who put so much time and effort into making a show about Chicago..........appear to be totally oblivious to the needs of the community that they're portraying.

    Thing is I believe Common is a producer on the show. That's not a good look.
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  • clairvoyanceclairvoyance Posts: 2,747 ✭✭✭✭✭
    They need to make this right before I watch.....even if the food was expired they could of gave something out of respect for shooting in they're neighborhood.
    deadeye
  • TheGOATTheGOAT El Coyote unknownPosts: 15,852 ✭✭✭✭✭
    A dumpster full isnt that much

    Could they have done something better?... Sure

    Is it a huge deal?... No

    Its west side chicago not Darfur
    its....JOHN Bonetoughmiracle
  • king hassanking hassan south side somewherePosts: 22,722 ✭✭✭✭✭
    This was actually filmed on the west side. They had a big uproar because the people actually thought they put a grocery store in the neighborhood but it was just a prop for the show and they threw all the food away afterwards.








    Garfield Park & North Lawndale

    Food & Drink

    'The Chi' Says Dumpster Food Was Expired — But Residents Say Otherwise







    By Kelly Bauer | October 19, 2017 8:14am | Updated on October 19, 2017 8:17am
    @bauerjournalism


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    People living in a

    People living in a "food desert" in North Lawndale hoped they'd be able to get basic necessities from a new corner store (left). But the store ended up being a TV set, and this week the set dumped its props — including food and cleaning supplies — into the garbage.

    Courtesy Frank Bergh, Kimberly Camacho and Jayleen Sandoval



    CHICAGO — A representative of the upcoming Showtime series "The Chi" that's caught flak for throwing away a dumpster full of food and household items in a West Side food desert says the food had expired and wasn't safe to eat.

    But neighbors, who picked through the dumpster to find items they could bring home to their families, said that's not true and again questioned why the food wasn't donated.

    The set at 19th Street and Kedzie Avenue was designed to look like a corner store and had been in use since at least mid-June. Filming finished, and the set's very real props apparently were thrown out Monday.

    Jayleen Sandoval and her roommate, Kimberly Camacho, live next door to the North Lawndale set and joined other residents, including children, in going through the dumpster to find food and household supplies on Monday. They took home a variety of items, including flour, dish soap, sponges and granola bars.

    "Their expiration date isn't until a very long time," said Sandoval, a University of Illinois at Chicago student who works two jobs.

    Food like the edibles thrown out by the show can be hard to buy in North Lawndale, where 43 percent of households live below the poverty line and many don't have easy access to grocery stores. Residents were already frustrated after mistaking the set for a real store this summer, and after the food was thrown out, they questioned why the "The Chi" hadn't donated the items to help area families in need.

    "The Chi," which is set to run on Showtime and is produced by Chicago native and Emmy winner Lena Waithe, will depict life and its challenges on the South Side of Chicago.

    In an email on Wednesday night, a Showtime spokeswoman said the items that were thrown out were "for filming purposes only and were never intended or maintained for consumption."

    The spokeswoman said "most of the items" were expired and had been contaminated by rodents.

    "The Chi," a new series from Showtime about life and hardships on Chicago's South Side, caught flak after the show's staff threw away food in a West Side food desert. Showtime said most of the food was expired and contaminated by rodents, but neighbors said that's not true and sent in photos of the food with expiration dates as far away as 2020. [Courtesy Kimberly Camacho and Jayleen Sandoval]

    But residents said they were careful to avoid food packages that had been opened and possibly contaminated, Sandoval said Wednesday night, and they checked the expiration dates before bringing anything home. None of the items Sandoval and Camacho brought home had old expiration dates or had been opened.

    And Sandoval said many of the items in the dumpsters were nonperishables — including cleaning supplies and diapers — that wouldn't have presented the same liability concerns as food might have if "The Chi" had donated them.

    Showtime did not immediately respond when asked about the nonexpired food and why the nonperishable items were thrown out.

    "A lot of that stuff could have been donated without any liability issues," Sandoval said.

    The show's staff could have put the items out on the street or even put out a sign so residents knew about the supplies "rather than wasting it," she added.

    Sandoval and Camacho even took home a box of diapers from the dumpster so they could give them away and help someone in need, Sandoval said.

    "We wouldn't let them go to waste," Sandoval said, adding they'd asked others who were looking in the dumpster if they needed the diapers before taking them to give away. They'd "rather not let them go to waste and just have them in good hands instead."

    Workers power washed the paint off a TV set in North Lawndale last week. A photo from Oct. 11 shows yellow paint across the sidewalk. A resident said the paint is now mostly cleaned away, but said neighbors had gone out to sweep away the chips because of the mess. [Courtesy Frank Bergh]

    The thrown-out food wasn't the only concern neighbors had with "The Chi" set. Camacho said the exterior paint of the set was washed away last week, but paint chips were left on the sidewalk and grass. Neighbors swept away the chips, Camacho said, and most of the paint was gone, though some was still visible Tuesday.

    "Photos suggesting the production had abandoned the site before leaving it in proper shape were taken before cleanup had concluded," a Showtime spokeswoman wrote in an email Wednesday night. "The cleanup process takes several days, and additional cleanup was already scheduled for [Wednesday] and is in progress."

    The spokeswoman also said the production has donated picnic benches, Chromebooks and hundreds of bookbags to the community. Showtime did not immediately respond when asked what organizations those items were donated to.

    Like Camacho, who has to go to food pantries or travel to suburban Cicero for twice-a-month trips for groceries, Sandoval said it's not always easy getting groceries and household goods in the neighborhood.

    Sandoval takes the Pink Line to Cermak and then walks to Pete's, Aldi's and a Walmart Express for food. It's manageable most of the time, Sandoval said, but it'll be a "hassle" when the winter comes because she has to walk and bring a cart. The trip takes about 25 minutes each way, she said, and they have to fit that in their schedules.

    "We can't be out too late," Sandoval said. "We have school, and then work, so whenever we can on weekends" they go to the store.

    But Sandoval and Camacho, who moved to North Lawndale in July, consider themselves luckier than most of their neighbors.

    Camacho said she has a Link card she can use to help pay for food and is able to visit food pantries for help, while Sandoval said she has "more flexibility" than other residents because she's able to pay her rent and doesn't have the same concerns about getting kids to school or making the bills as other families do.

    Camacho said going through the dumpster and grabbing food and household items meant she wouldn't have to wait hours in line at a food pantry. For other families with fewer privileges, it means being able to save money so they can instead buy a luxury, like a book for a child, she said.

    Sandoval questioned why Showtime said most of the food was expired when, from her search of the dumpster, much of it was salvageable.

    "They could have just apologized to the neighborhood," Sandoval said. "They could have done something for the neighborhood."

    RELATED

    • TV Show Throws Out Dumpster Full Of Food — While Filming In A Food Desert

    • Fake 'Corner Store' Reminds North Lawndale Of What It Doesn't Have — Food

    Are you going to be watching the show?

    Yep, I'm going to check it out
  • MaywoodMaywood Never Told On NobodyPosts: 2,031 ✭✭✭✭✭
    So We gonna Act like I ain't make this Thread a week Ago ?
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  • BroddieBroddie just me and my bitch NYCPosts: 11,678 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.
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  • TheGOATTheGOAT El Coyote unknownPosts: 15,852 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Maywood wrote: »
    So We gonna Act like I ain't make this Thread a week Ago ?
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    This thread was made on the 20th

    You tried to make it on the 22nd

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  • marc123marc123 Posts: 16,946 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Broddie wrote: »
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.

    co sign. it is.

    new comedy called SMILF from the broad from season 1 of Mr. Robot is really good.

    Bout to check out White Famous. That looks solid

    I still haven't watched the new season of Twin Peaks yet tho.
  • BroddieBroddie just me and my bitch NYCPosts: 11,678 ✭✭✭✭✭
    marc123 wrote: »
    Broddie wrote: »
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.

    co sign. it is.

    new comedy called SMILF from the broad from season 1 of Mr. Robot is really good.

    Bout to check out White Famous. That looks solid

    I still haven't watched the new season of Twin Peaks yet tho.

    I recommend rewatching the first series and Fire Walk With Me if you can before jumping into it. It was damn good though. A masterpiece IMO.
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    R.I.P. Darwyn Cooke
    marc123
  • DNB1DNB1 Still nigga... Posts: 19,698 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Just watched the trailer...

    I’m in.
    Jan 7th
  • KatKat Don't @ Me to Dumb Shit. H-TownPosts: 50,636 ✭✭✭✭✭
    marc123 wrote: »
    Broddie wrote: »
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.

    co sign. it is.

    new comedy called SMILF from the broad from season 1 of Mr. Robot is really good.

    Bout to check out White Famous. That looks solid

    I still haven't watched the new season of Twin Peaks yet tho.

    I just watched all 4 episodes of SMILF...Showtime is wild with their shows.

    This one looks good too, I know T will be in..guess I won't be cancelling my subscription after Shameless. I need that new season of The Affair to come out as well.
  • MaywoodMaywood Never Told On NobodyPosts: 2,031 ✭✭✭✭✭
    TheGOAT wrote: »
    Maywood wrote: »
    So We gonna Act like I ain't make this Thread a week Ago ?
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    This thread was made on the 20th

    You tried to make it on the 22nd

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  • marc123marc123 Posts: 16,946 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2
    Kat wrote: »
    marc123 wrote: »
    Broddie wrote: »
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.

    co sign. it is.

    new comedy called SMILF from the broad from season 1 of Mr. Robot is really good.

    Bout to check out White Famous. That looks solid

    I still haven't watched the new season of Twin Peaks yet tho.

    I just watched all 4 episodes of SMILF...Showtime is wild with their shows.

    This one looks good too, I know T will be in..guess I won't be cancelling my subscription after Shameless. I need that new season of The Affair to come out as well.

    Yea. Im all caught up on SMILF. Its a really str8 forward story, but its really good. Jus about a young single mother w a bi racial baby. But all the chacracters are dope af. I like that they keep it 100 w her too, the main character is basically a shitty young mother w a heart of gold.

    After last season, The Affair is basically a guilty pleasure watch for me.
    Kat
  • KatKat Don't @ Me to Dumb Shit. H-TownPosts: 50,636 ✭✭✭✭✭
    marc123 wrote: »
    Kat wrote: »
    marc123 wrote: »
    Broddie wrote: »
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.

    co sign. it is.

    new comedy called SMILF from the broad from season 1 of Mr. Robot is really good.

    Bout to check out White Famous. That looks solid

    I still haven't watched the new season of Twin Peaks yet tho.

    I just watched all 4 episodes of SMILF...Showtime is wild with their shows.

    This one looks good too, I know T will be in..guess I won't be cancelling my subscription after Shameless. I need that new season of The Affair to come out as well.

    Yea. Im all caught up on SMILF. Its a really str8 forward story, but its really good. Jus about a young single mother w a bi racial baby. But all the chacracters are dope af. I like that they keep it 100 w her too, the main character is basically a shitty young mother w a heart of gold.

    After last season, The Affair is basically a guilty pleasure watch for me.

    It's annoying to me cause shes clearly book smart and being a single mother is a golden ticket. I think she'll eventually enroll in school.
  • its....JOHN Bits....JOHN B Posts: 19,805 ✭✭✭✭✭
    marc123 wrote: »
    Kat wrote: »
    marc123 wrote: »
    Broddie wrote: »
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.

    co sign. it is.

    new comedy called SMILF from the broad from season 1 of Mr. Robot is really good.

    Bout to check out White Famous. That looks solid

    I still haven't watched the new season of Twin Peaks yet tho.

    I just watched all 4 episodes of SMILF...Showtime is wild with their shows.

    This one looks good too, I know T will be in..guess I won't be cancelling my subscription after Shameless. I need that new season of The Affair to come out as well.

    Yea. Im all caught up on SMILF. Its a really str8 forward story, but its really good. Jus about a young single mother w a bi racial baby. But all the chacracters are dope af. I like that they keep it 100 w her too, the main character is basically a shitty young mother w a heart of gold.

    After last season, The Affair is basically a guilty pleasure watch for me.

    Sounds horrible
    marc123deadeyeBreezy_Kilroy
  • Rum Middleton Rum Middleton Dedicated. Determined. Disciplined. Posts: 5,246 ✭✭✭✭✭
    marc123 wrote: »
    Kat wrote: »
    marc123 wrote: »
    Broddie wrote: »
    Showtime mad underrated. They putting gems out there. Twin Peaks: The Return was a masterpiece and Ray Donovan is Ray Donovan.

    co sign. it is.

    new comedy called SMILF from the broad from season 1 of Mr. Robot is really good.

    Bout to check out White Famous. That looks solid

    I still haven't watched the new season of Twin Peaks yet tho.

    I just watched all 4 episodes of SMILF...Showtime is wild with their shows.

    This one looks good too, I know T will be in..guess I won't be cancelling my subscription after Shameless. I need that new season of The Affair to come out as well.

    Yea. Im all caught up on SMILF. Its a really str8 forward story, but its really good. Jus about a young single mother w a bi racial baby. But all the chacracters are dope af. I like that they keep it 100 w her too, the main character is basically a shitty young mother w a heart of gold.

    After last season, The Affair is basically a guilty pleasure watch for me.

    I hate Rosie O Donnell in this...I never been a fan or a hater in the past when it came to her, but shes turnin me off....SMILF is just aight....was thinkin bout removin it from the DVR...
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