You mentioned Foyle's War, most British Mysteries are carried by Acorn Entertainment and are frequently on PBS and other sisters of major broadcast networks. Libraries are also a good resource. Another series similar to Burn Notice with a Big Brother twist was Person of Interest. She can also go back to classics like Sherlock, Poirot etc. Try the new Sherlock 'Elementary'. The cable stations that carry old tv show mysteries Murder She Wrote, Columbo, Diagnosis Murder, Quincy et al.My wife just finished watching one series on Netflix and she is hoping to find another series to watch. But what?
She just finished watching all of Burn Notice. She's also watched all of Blacklist, Longmire, Lie to Me, Foyle's War, Bletchley Circle and Turn.
So does anyone have any recommendations on what she should watch next? She doesn't want to watch anything excessively violent or gruesome (one reason why we stopped watching Bones), and she really doesn't want to watch anything with zombies or cannibalism. Netflix is our preferred platform, so we'll check to see if any recommendations are on there.
Obviously, she has a thing for spy dramas and mysteries. So, any recommendations I can pass along to her?
Well said.CRCBrony Post Above ^^^
We actually own all of SG-1 and Atlantis on DVD, and have just started watching the series (again) with our kids. This is the first time they've seen it, and they are enjoying it so far. We're still in Season 1 and have a long way to go, though.When I was 11-12, I loves watching the Star Gate franchises (I didn't with Universe cause it sucked). I would recommend watching SG-1, and Atlantis any day. They were great shows with lots sci-fi action and adventures to other planets, meeting different species, and finding themselves fighting some of them. This is what I recommend. There are other show that I could suggest, but it seem that wife is into show with action and adventure. You can buy the whole series on DVD now.
I may have to look into both shows.I was going to recommend Mr. Robot, but maybe instead check out The Story of God with Morgan Freeman. It's a good learning-but-still-entertaining show and broadens the scope of spiritual knowledge.
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