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  1. Avatar Kazzy says:

    Station Eleven! Sci-fi but not. Excellent take on humanity’s response to facing its end, particularly focused on the role of culture.Report

    • Ever read Nevil Shute’s On the Beach? It has a very similar theme.

      (I used Google to check the author’s name, and found this:

      The American government voiced a criticism of the novel’s premise of a threat of extinction from nuclear war, stating that there were not and never were enough nuclear weapons to cause human extinction


    • Avatar Fish says:

      If you’ve never read Earth Abides by George R. Stewart, I recommend it. I think you’d enjoy it as well.Report

  2. Still watching Horace and Pete. It’s compelling, even if it fails the “Why should I care about these people” test (and none of them have super-powers, except maybe for Jessica Lange’s more-than-human capacity for booze.)Report

    • Avatar Kazzy says:

      What’s H&P?Report

      • It’s a new web-based series written and produced by Louis CK, available only from his web site. The title characters are CK and Steve Buscemi, who own a bar in Brooklyn called Horace and Pete’s, with Edie Falco as their sister and Alan Alda as their uncle. (Helluva cast, right?) It’s more or less a filmed play, very melancholy.Report

  3. Avatar Road Scholar says:

    Still bingeing on American Horror Story. Almost done with season 3, Coven. Also, Heroes Reborn.Report

  4. Avatar aaron david says:

    Been watching Letterkenny on the YouTube, dang funny Canadians(NSFW):