boingboing at February 9th, 2014 22:47 — #1
awallace230 at February 9th, 2014 23:11 — #2
I loved it so much when I could watch true detective and then switch over to sherlock on pbs, two and a half hours of awesome TV. I am with the author that a next season is all but certain at this point but I don't think that they will be able to come up with this level of television again, this has the feel of something that has been gestating for quite a long time. Like the problem of a second album you have your whole life to write the first album and then nine months to write the second.
bluecat at February 10th, 2014 02:40 — #3
One thing not mentioned is how deeply funny the show is, especially the conversations between the two lead cops. Not hyuk or guffaw funny, but humor that is sublime and subtle.
Or as subtle as lawn-mowing jokes can get.
imb at February 10th, 2014 09:18 — #4
I am envious and I wish HBO would allow you to stream independently of cable/providers.
I don't know anyone who pays for HBO, so I can never watch.
kartwaffles at February 10th, 2014 10:40 — #5
tl;dr, the HBO version is highbrow murderporn.
wrecksdart at February 10th, 2014 13:08 — #6
Whoo hoo! I'm in! Gonna watch that on the pctv with a little popcornbeer.
prestonsturges at February 10th, 2014 20:46 — #7
It was more in the previous episode, but I could clearly see Matthew McConaughey morphing into Harry Dean Stanton
boingboing at February 14th, 2014 22:47 — #8
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