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/r/television's Saturday Recommendations (Week of September 16, 2017)
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“There are rumors out there that Louis C.K. takes his dick out at women. He has never done that to me. I never said he did, I never implied that he did.” - Jen Kirkman on the Louis rumors
596
Rewatching Curb Your Enthusiasm and couldn't believe how small this Ben Affleck cameo was.
472
The Orville Episode 2 Ratings Hold Solid - Only a 3% drop in demo and 10% drop in total viewership • r/TheOrville
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How I Met Your Mother and 30 Rock officially confirmed to be leaving Netflix
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Lena Waithe Wins Emmy For Master of None Episode, "Thanksgiving": First Black Woman to Get Comedy Writing Award
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TV Ratings: Emmy Telecast on Track for Another Low
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Netflix Is A Joke | Emmys 2017 | Netflix
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“Black Mirror: San Junipero” Wins Outstanding Television Movie Emmy
108
There are too many good shows not getting recognized since they are on unpopular networks
8
First pic of David Tennant, Michael Sheen for Good Omens’
69
The Shameful Embrace of Sean Spicer at the Emmys
44
‘Tremors’: Emily Tremaine, Megan Ketch & Shiloh Fernandez To Star In Syfy Reboot, Kevin Bacon to Return
192
Netflix sent a super fun but firm cease and desist letter to Chicago "Stranger Things" pop-up bar.
4
The Walking Dead star says nobody will be prepared for what happens in season 8
15
‘The Orville’ Episode 2 Review: Paying Homage to Scifi Classics
27
Gotham Season 4 "Dark Knight" Trailer (HD)
6
Has reading Reddit post episode discussions changed your enjoyment of TV?
97
Curb Your Enthusiasm (2017) | Back on Set for Season 9 w/ Larry David, J.B. Smoove & More | HBO
4
Network Ten Australia's creditors vote in favour of CBS bid, rejecting Murdoch and Gordon
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Riz Ahmed Wins Lead Actor in a Limited Series Emmy for “The Night Of”
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'Atlanta's' Donald Glover Nabs Emmys for Lead Actor, Best Director for a Comedy Series
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Jimmy Stewart Reads a Touching Poem About His Dog Beau on Johnny Carson's Tonight Show
24
"Vice Principles" Season 1 - thank you!! Finally a show/film where the relationship between a father and stepfather is positive for everyone involved..
2
13 Years of How I Met Your Mother: How this 21st-century sit-com has been curing the worst F.R.I.E.N.D.S withdrawal symptoms
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Fox News Contributor Scottie Nell Hughes Says She Was Blacklisted After Rape Allegation
581
One of my favorite scenes in Scrubs, which in only 53 seconds manages to establish the character & comedic prowess of Bob Kelso, John Dorian, & Ted Buckland
641
Charlie Brooker of 'Black Mirror: San Junipero' wins Emmy for writing for a limited series movie or dramatic special
3
Team Arrow: Remembering the new recruits ahead of Season 6
170
First Look at David Tennant and Michael Sheens characters in Good Omens
465
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Makes History With Her Sixth Consecutive Emmy Win for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series
719
WWE/WWF Manager Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan Dead at 72
21
Has there ever been a TV scene containing more uses of the word "fuck" than this. (The Wire, S01E04)
360
Official 2017 Emmys Post-Discussion
11
Marvel's The Punisher Teaser 4 - Surprise
1
[UK] Archive Episodes of Coronation Street will be shown on ITV3 from 2nd October
1
Robin Williams Full Interview (Ray Martin, Australia) - 1996
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Police find dead body on set of BBC serial killer drama 'Rellik'
245
Tonight's episode of Orville made me feel like I was a kid again watching TNG.
1
When good TV goes bad: how Red Dwarf’s star faded
4
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: How 32-Year-Old Book Became Timely Drama & Toast Of the Emmys
41 ZomboniPilot Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Adebisi in Oz.
39 namira8394 Alexander Skarsgård in Big Little Lies
105 bpitmd David Tennant as Kilgrave in Jessica Jones
104 childishpantyho Mads Mikkelsen in Hannibal. So charming, so terrifying.
28 BetterCallTom Hanzee Dent from Fargo. Dude was intimidating as fuck. I know the guy was a decorated war hero who would be unlikely to do something to you without being provoked (or ordered to) but shit, I'd be so scared of looking at him the wrong way and upsetting him somehow.
49 ImOnItSir Frank Silva as BOB in Twin Peaks
21 Ollie_Plimsolls Zachary Quinto in American Horror Story: Asylum [spoiler](#s "when he trapped Sarah Paulson in his basement, he was incredibly creepy")
76 bhammer100 Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad has some terrifying moments. Mads Mikkelsen in Hannibal. John Lithgow in Dexter had some great moments.
19 StudBoi69 People keep name-dropping Mads Mikkelsen from "Hannibal", but Richard Armitage as Francis Dolaryhyde was the one who was legitimately terrifying, especially in that scene with Chilton.
17 aYearOfPrompts The Swede from Hell on Heels scares me. He's portrayed as an effective manipulator, but has pure evil in his heart. Hiow he toys with people is more primal than Hannibal, who is getting a lot of (rightful) praise here. Hannibal has his needs, but also struck me as a rational actor. The lack of emotion makes sociopaths scary, but the Swede showed sharp flashes of them. Where Hannibal exercises power over his victims, the Swede gets off by his victims empowering him. I could sit down from Hannibal in a restaurant and make it through a meal feeling reasonably safe. Across from the Swede I would be waiting for him to lunge at any moment, probably after I picked up the check.
17 Nervousemu Freddy Highmore as Norman Bates. I thought he did a really good job during his freakouts in that show. He seemed very creepy, scary and just seemed devoid of all life in those moments. Both Freddie and Vera did such a good job playing those roles.
16 Petrichor02 Michael Emerson in Lost, particularly in Season 2 of the show when you don't know if he's a bad guy or just someone the survivors are holding against his will. That speech about what he would do if he was a bad guy was chilling.
13 bhikshubliss I would be pretty intimidated running into Mads Mikkelsen for Hannibal or Gbenga Akinnagbe for Chris in The Wire.
27 LucAltaiR Thinking of Bryan Cranston at the end of 4.11 "Crawl Space" still gives me chill over 6 years later.
23 Bauerbakshi Ramsay Bolton in Game Of Thrones, he was a terrifying villain with the amount of evil he had in him. I love his voice.
8 GuntherStankBooty John Lithgow in Dexter and I hated the show after that season. He was terrifying.
11 morningelwood David Thewlis as V.M. Varga in Fargo S3. He seemed to know everything plus on more than one occasion I almost had to look away from the screen.
11 ThePioneer99 Malvo in Fargo season 1
11 HaMx_Platypus Marlo from The Wire More recently, Perry (skarsgard) from Big Little Lies
31 InvisibroBloodraven Anthony Hopkins was so perfectly menacing in Westworld.
8 Sad_Soggy I know this season gets a lot of hate, and I admit it's not the greatest season the show has had, but Kathy Bates as The Butcher in American Horror Story: Roanoke was terrifying! She saved that season tbh so thanks Kathy for scaring the shit out of me
9 trexmoflex Snoop from The Wire - she wouldn't have a problem killing me if she thought it necessary
8 leeconway92 Frank Silva as BOB in Twin Peaks is probably the only villain who made me feel truly uncomfortable.
14 Kailola Quagmire.
7 bluesbrothas Ray Wise in Twin Peaks' first two seasons hands down.
6 whoatethekidsthen Frank Silva as BOB on Twin Peaks I was 6 when Twin Peaks first aired and watched every episode. BOB was terrifying in a mundane way. He looked normal but then he'd leer at Laura or break into a rictus grin. That scene of him climbing over the couch in the Palmer house will always fucking spook the shit out of me
8 komicman Jesse Plemons as Todd in Breaking Bad was pretty terrifying.
7 watchingyoupee Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin in Daredevil on Netflix legitimately made me scared of him.
40 0 ZomboniPilot Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Adebisi in Oz.
41 0 namira8394 Alexander Skarsgård in Big Little Lies
100 0 bpitmd David Tennant as Kilgrave in Jessica Jones
105 0 childishpantyho Mads Mikkelsen in Hannibal. So charming, so terrifying.
29 0 BetterCallTom Hanzee Dent from Fargo. Dude was intimidating as fuck. I know the guy was a decorated war hero who would be unlikely to do something to you without being provoked (or ordered to) but shit, I'd be so scared of looking at him the wrong way and upsetting him somehow.
51 0 ImOnItSir Frank Silva as BOB in Twin Peaks
21 0 Ollie_Plimsolls Zachary Quinto in American Horror Story: Asylum [spoiler](#s "when he trapped Sarah Paulson in his basement, he was incredibly creepy")
76 0 bhammer100 Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad has some terrifying moments. Mads Mikkelsen in Hannibal. John Lithgow in Dexter had some great moments.
20 0 StudBoi69 People keep name-dropping Mads Mikkelsen from "Hannibal", but Richard Armitage as Francis Dolaryhyde was the one who was legitimately terrifying, especially in that scene with Chilton.
17 0 aYearOfPrompts The Swede from Hell on Heels scares me. He's portrayed as an effective manipulator, but has pure evil in his heart. Hiow he toys with people is more primal than Hannibal, who is getting a lot of (rightful) praise here. Hannibal has his needs, but also struck me as a rational actor. The lack of emotion makes sociopaths scary, but the Swede showed sharp flashes of them. Where Hannibal exercises power over his victims, the Swede gets off by his victims empowering him. I could sit down from Hannibal in a restaurant and make it through a meal feeling reasonably safe. Across from the Swede I would be waiting for him to lunge at any moment, probably after I picked up the check.
18 0 Nervousemu Freddy Highmore as Norman Bates. I thought he did a really good job during his freakouts in that show. He seemed very creepy, scary and just seemed devoid of all life in those moments. Both Freddie and Vera did such a good job playing those roles.
17 0 Petrichor02 Michael Emerson in Lost, particularly in Season 2 of the show when you don't know if he's a bad guy or just someone the survivors are holding against his will. That speech about what he would do if he was a bad guy was chilling.
13 0 bhikshubliss I would be pretty intimidated running into Mads Mikkelsen for Hannibal or Gbenga Akinnagbe for Chris in The Wire.
28 0 LucAltaiR Thinking of Bryan Cranston at the end of 4.11 "Crawl Space" still gives me chill over 6 years later.
22 0 Bauerbakshi Ramsay Bolton in Game Of Thrones, he was a terrifying villain with the amount of evil he had in him. I love his voice.
10 0 GuntherStankBooty John Lithgow in Dexter and I hated the show after that season. He was terrifying.
10 0 morningelwood David Thewlis as V.M. Varga in Fargo S3. He seemed to know everything plus on more than one occasion I almost had to look away from the screen.
10 0 ThePioneer99 Malvo in Fargo season 1
9 0 HaMx_Platypus Marlo from The Wire More recently, Perry (skarsgard) from Big Little Lies
31 0 InvisibroBloodraven Anthony Hopkins was so perfectly menacing in Westworld.
8 0 Sad_Soggy I know this season gets a lot of hate, and I admit it's not the greatest season the show has had, but Kathy Bates as The Butcher in American Horror Story: Roanoke was terrifying! She saved that season tbh so thanks Kathy for scaring the shit out of me
8 0 trexmoflex Snoop from The Wire - she wouldn't have a problem killing me if she thought it necessary
7 0 leeconway92 Frank Silva as BOB in Twin Peaks is probably the only villain who made me feel truly uncomfortable.
15 0 Kailola Quagmire.
7 0 bluesbrothas Ray Wise in Twin Peaks' first two seasons hands down.
6 0 whoatethekidsthen Frank Silva as BOB on Twin Peaks I was 6 when Twin Peaks first aired and watched every episode. BOB was terrifying in a mundane way. He looked normal but then he'd leer at Laura or break into a rictus grin. That scene of him climbing over the couch in the Palmer house will always fucking spook the shit out of me
7 0 komicman Jesse Plemons as Todd in Breaking Bad was pretty terrifying.
8 0 watchingyoupee Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk/Kingpin in Daredevil on Netflix legitimately made me scared of him.