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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?

It is a little confusing but I'll defer to J. Reinhold.


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TigerMyth36
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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
It is original content for them so yes. Everyone knows the show isn't brand spanking new.


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wish i was tebow
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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
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I've been watching both Chuck and Fringe (I think I'm exactly 5 episodes in on each) and both are good, but neither has me in Breaking Bad/Wire/etc... mode where I can't wait to watch just ONE more



You are too early in both series to feel that way. Fringe will take a few more episodes to hit its stride. and Chuck just keep watching. its greatness


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BaddestAndvari
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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
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Fringe really feels like a modern X-Files, which I loved (and should have quit after 5 seasons, just like Fringe). I'll continue watching Fringe on Netflix


Fringe will also really pick up steam once you get to the season finale of season 1.

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I'll catch random episodes of Chuck whenever it hits syndication.


I will be the first to admit that I wasn't a huge fan of chuck in the first 2 seasons.. I still watched them, and they were still fun, but by the 3rd season I was just completely hooked, and I don't even know why, it's just a great show. Don't miss out on a great show, also:

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It reeked of Pysch,


meh, to each his own, but I wouldn't call chuck seasons 1-5 ANYTHING like pysch


BaddestAndvari
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You are too early in both series to feel that way. Fringe will take a few more episodes to hit its stride. and Chuck just keep watching. its greatness


this.. yeah, chuck and fringe are both shows that grow on you


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wish i was tebow
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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
Chuck is amazing! just took alittle while to find its groove


BaddestAndvari
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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
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Chuck is amazing! just took alittle while to find its groove


Just like AD actually.. which fits perfectly into this discussion.

I have no problem with Netflix calling it one of their original programs, they are the reasons season 4 is here, and they are the ones paying for it, they are allowed to call it their own original. I salute them for even creating it!


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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
Thought-provoking topic
This post was edited on 5/22 at 8:13 am


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Ash Williams
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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
Yeah, The guys making millions of dollars streaming quality TV and movies to the masses are really worried about what a guy on some internet message board thinks... COME ON!!!!


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Jcorye1
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re: Should Netflix really be calling AD a "Netflix original'?
It's AD back, who the hell cares.


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