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    Last tango in Halifax
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    Kimís convenience is a must see- so charming! Same producers as Schittís creek - So good that we binged watch the latest season in a few days. I kind of wish they would space them out LOL

    Little mosque on the Prairie is equally charming.

    I also like Man like Mobeen, but that might not be universally appealing

    All these shows are set in the UK or Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Globetrotter View Post
    Kim’s convenience is a must see- so charming! Same producers as Schitt’s creek - So good that we binged watch the latest season in a few days. I kind of wish they would space them out LOL
    I watched one or two, because I love Schitt's Creek, but I didn't love it. It was fine, but with so much to watch it didn't make the cut for me. Should I give it another chance, or is it pretty much the same in later episodes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinFoxes View Post
    I watched one or two, because I love Schitt's Creek, but I didn't love it. It was fine, but with so much to watch it didn't make the cut for me. Should I give it another chance, or is it pretty much the same in later episodes?
    I donít remember the initial episodes, per se, so Iím not sure if itís different. I find it sweet and freshening (kid friendly too) and appreciate the immigrant angle (without too many stereotypes from the kidís POV), but I know what you meanÖ There are so many shows out there. Friends had been trying to get me to watch Madam Secretary and, while I like it, I couldnít get into it so I gave up

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    I recommend Sex Education (Gillian Andersen and Asa Butterfield play mother-and-son and it's hilarious. If you watched Outlander, you might recognize one of the Asa Butterfield character's schoolmates - she played Isobel Dunsany in S2) and Cable Girls (it's a Spanish-language series, so you can watch it dubbed or in Castilian Spanish with subtitles; I preferred the subtitles.)

    I also thought the Amy Schumer special was really funny.
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