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    Netflix show about young seamstress from Spain

    Dh is out of town for work this week, so I was searching through Netflix for something to entertain me after work and I stumbled upon a show called "The Time in Between". It is in Spanish with subtitles and I have watched the first 3 episodes and am really enjoying it. It follows a young girl who grew up working alongside her mother at a dressmakers shop. I also watched a very corny and crazy Bollywood romance called Diwale. I really don't know how to explain that one! lol!

    Feel free to share your recent Netflix faves

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    Not a Netflix, but good........Yellowstone.......on paramount network...seems a new channel on Comcast cable. It is a modern western...very adult situations and language, but plot line is good...and scenery is awesome and Kevin Costner is star.....

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    Thanks for this Netflix tip. I absolutely loved the book and will watch this seies.

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    There is a series called Merli. It's filmed in Barcelona. It's about a Philosophy teacher working with high school kids. It was so good we watched it twice! It's subtitled so you have to pay attention but oh my, it was wonderful.

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    I'm re watching The Office episodes. I forgot how funny and real that show was. It's been so long since it's been off the air the shows are new to me again.
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    My DH and I really enjoyed "Turn--- Washington's Spies". Absolutely love that show!

    " the Time Between " sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks for sharing this.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by glorcour View Post
    Thanks for this Netflix tip. I absolutely loved the book and will watch this seies.
    I'm glad you mentioned this. I had no clue it was based on a book!
    I'll have to seek it out. I love to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    There is a series called Merli. It's filmed in Barcelona. It's about a Philosophy teacher working with high school kids. It was so good we watched it twice! It's subtitled so you have to pay attention but oh my, it was wonderful.
    I will look this up. It sounds great

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    We really enjoyed the Office.

    Have you seen "Jim" in the movie A Quiet Place?
    It was so good!

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    That sounds great--I will check it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    I'm re watching The Office episodes. I forgot how funny and real that show was. It's been so long since it's been off the air the shows are new to me again.
    I hear my 17 year old son laughing as he watches The office too..

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    Janelle, thanks for the mention of the seamstress in Spain. We love foreign films and it sounds like a good one. My husband especially loves them. My only problem is that when they are subtitled I can't do any hand sewing lol

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    I got hooked on "LarkRise to Candleford" series ,an Amazon Prime tv series.I am now in season 4. Most of the folks did'nt have electricity yet, or any modern appliances -Ah, the days were much more simple than now.It is very enjoyable to watch as there's no foul language in it,nor not a lot of violence.

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    My sister loved that series! I will watch it after baseball season is over. Thanks for the reminder.

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    Check out britbox.com or acorn to if you enjoy British tv.

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    I love British TV! Thanks for the heads up. I especially love British humor!

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    I watched about 10 minutes of this series while having my breakfast.

    I will be watching this in my sewing room while I work in my next project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneBusyGranny View Post
    I got hooked on "LarkRise to Candleford" series ,an Amazon Prime tv series.I am now in season 4. Most of the folks did'nt have electricity yet, or any modern appliances -Ah, the days were much more simple than now.It is very enjoyable to watch as there's no foul language in it,nor not a lot of violence.
    Thanks for the recommendation. I've been wanting a new series to watch since I finished Downton Abbey last year. I'll check this one out.

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    I know Susie Q. I like to cross-stitch, but can't with the subtitles. I just finished watching the very last episode and it was soooo good. I loved the series.

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    Thank you Paoberle, I'll have to check it out.

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    That sounds great. I loved Downton Abbey this sounds great too.
    I also enjoyed Poldark. Ross made me so angry though! lol!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JanelleTrebuna View Post
    That sounds great. I loved Downton Abbey this sounds great too.
    I also enjoyed Poldark. Ross made me so angry though! lol!


    Janelle

    Poldark season 4 is suppose to start on September 30th. I can't wait!
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    Janelle, my husband and I watched Downton Abbey twice, and loved it even more the second time. He rarely watches anything more than once. But I love to. We really enjoyed that wonderful series.

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    Alias Grace on Netflix is good and has a lot of quilts in it and How to Make an American Quilt on Netflix is a good movie.

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