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    Some new TV shows that have just premièred that I think will be worth a watch.

    Game of Thrones, big budget production by HBO. Pilot episode was excellent.

    Camelot, another big budget, quite a big british cast, gives a twist on the tale of king arthur and how he became king and Merlin is played by the young Fiennes brother, who in my opinion is excellently casted.

    Breakout Kings. In order to catch escaped convicts, a squad of U.S. Marshals makes a special deal with several current prisoners . If they agree to help, their sentences will be reduced by one month for each fugitive they bring in and they will be transferred to a minimum-security facility. However, if any of them should try to escape, they will all be returned to their original prisons and their sentences will be doubled.

    Havent watched any yet but from the write up looks like it maybe worth watching.

    Breaking In, nothing to do with above, staring Christian Slater, watched the first five minutes of the pilot and it was funny. Looks to be in the style of the bbc programe " The Hustle". So may have potential.
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    Watched The Pacific part 1 on Saturday. Never seen it before I know its not 'brand new' but has just started showing on Sky Atlantic, I must say its very good!

    Is the thrones the one with Sean Bean? If that is I am gutted I didnt record it after hearing about it
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    Game of Thrones?

    Ive watched some of Breakout Kings and its decent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    Game of Thrones?

    Ive watched some of Breakout Kings and its decent.
    Game of thrones, i stand corrected, yes sean bean is one of the main characters.

    watched the first episode of breakout kings and i thought it was quite good.
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    What channel is breakout kings on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigteggs View Post
    What channel is breakout kings on?
    its currently showing in canada and america, I downloaded it or you can watch it via sidereel
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    Update for anyone who is interested: Breakout kings, I watched the first 4 and i was a little disappointed, the program had potential but the execution was lacking.

    Camelot: I was so impresses with this program i watched 4 episodes off the belt. Got something for you and the missus to watch, plus the stepsister of King Arthur has great tits, ohh yehh!
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    I have given up on watching TV shows straight away. The last 2 that I enjoyed didn't make it past the 1st season - Terriers & Happy Town

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    I watched episode 1 of Game of Thrones has a lot of potential and has been confirmed for a second series already. Also the end is funny.

    Haven't seen the others might have to check them out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakerr View Post
    I watched episode 1 of Game of Thrones has a lot of potential and has been confirmed for a second series already. Also the end is funny.

    Haven't seen the others might have to check them out!
    Game Of Thrones, hopefully should be awesome. I love the Midget character, brother of the queen.
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