rlutia66 wrote: Breaking Bad - it was a very obvious end of story in the last episode but I couldn't stop hoping they find a way to continue it.
I watched the entire series on netflix and like you, I wish it had not ended and not sure why it did.
There's a couple more I have watched that I liked. One is 'Justified' and you might like that one.
Another is an older series I had not heard of and still watching it from netflix.
I think you would like it and it's called 'Life On Mars' but is not about mars. It has Harvey Keitel in it.
Very good show where he is a detective in todays time period, then he has an accident and finds himself
as a detective in the 1960's. He's trying to figure out how to get back to his time period, why he is in the
60's, and solving cases of the 60's.
I like to watch documentaries a lot. National GEO with wildlife, oceans, nature. I also like shows such as
'I Survived', 'Locked Up Abroad', etc.
That's what I am saying, people need to stop buying all the crap out there and start raising cain instead.
Corporations should not be allowed to go from country to country with factories and pay people under the wage
salaries and then sell the products for a hundred times or more what it took to make them.
Example: Tommy Hilfiger sweatshirt, $140.00....but they paid the worker .22 cents an hour to make it, they paid for the material which probably was not much, they paid for the overseas shipment. It gets over here and they sell it for $140.00.....of course, people wait for the sale and it's marked down to $89.00 and stupid Americans think they just got a great deal. When the item probably cost them under $10 total to make and ship.
Still, they have taken the manufacturing out of the US, to other countries, pay them dirt low wages, and charge us, sky high prices. Somebody's making millions and it's not the average jo in the USA nor those workers in other countries.