Yeah, that's the one. It's the currently running series about the life of Jesus. It's based on the gospels, but they took a lot of creative liberty to show plausible background stuff. Most stuff like this is kind of cheesy, but they've done an amazing job. I think it would be a pretty entertaining show, even if you're not a believer. They have 3 seasons out, and they're planning on 7 total, I think.
I finished Andor. Ummm, what are people so excited about? It's not bad, but it seems fairly average to me. I liked Kenobi's series more than this one, frankly.
I just realized I should've made it clearer I was being a smart ass —quelle surprise!—above. I try to watch only shows which have finished, as I find it tiresome trying to pick up the threads later—and my SO does too, trying to explain it to me!a show I actually finished
Lol. I know you were. But I actually spaced what the thread was about. It's a legit subject. I like being able to binge a show from start to finish, too. It sucks waiting on new seasons to come out.I just realized I should've made it clearer I was being a smart ass —quelle surprise!—above. I try to watch only shows which have finished, as I find it tiresome trying to pick up the threads later—and my SO does too, trying to explain it to me!
It's a TV show thread, have at it
I really like the story of Superman, this hero makes difference.Superman and Lois
There are two seasons of 15 episodes available in the UK on iPlayer. Each episodes is approximately 40 minutes long. Both series are available for over a year. It is broadcast in the 5pm slot on a Saturday so "family friendly".
The Beeb describes them as "relationships & romance" and "sci fi & fantasy" (though I would probably use superhero somewhere in the description). Superman and Lois decide to move to Smallville bringing their two teenage sons with them. So you would think that not much happens in Smallville - you could not be more wrong.
There is plenty of superhero stuff but I think that there is an equal amount about relationships/ friendships and romance. Unlike some other programmes I have seen there is the interaction between teens and parents which is treated seriously. Sibling rivalry is also explored.
Two main stars are Tyler Hoechlin as Clark Kent and Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane.
I plan to watch them again and will try to see the 3rd season which was given the go ahead in March this year.