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2 Episodes into this amazing show. I'm surprised that there wasn't a discussion on this yet. So far it's like the UK's mentally disturbed cousin of the Twilight Zone. It's on Netflix for anyone wanting to check it out. I think most people here would really enjoy it. That first episode was a doozy.
Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency (taking place after a series of novels written by Hitchhiker's Guide's Douglas Adams) follows the title character and his reluctant assistant Todd as they try to crack a case of murder, body swapping and just general bizarreness. I'm two episodes in and I'm in love with this show. It's moves so damn fast, with so much going on, but it's never boring or dull. The characters are great (especially Dirk's dark counterpart, the holistic assassin). It's on hulu right now and only 8 eps long. There is a season two coming (or airing I'm not entirely sure right n
another one i was recommended numerous times while overseas, and im glad i checked it out - this feels like what Hyde was trying to be. I'll admit i've not read much of the original Doyle books (though i did crack all the cases on Sega-CD!), but i'm told this walks the line of a modern setting while keeping in vein with much of the characters and actual cases/storylines sometimes. Holmes is no doubt quirky to a fault, but the dynamic with Watson is great - my only complaint would be the obvious way the PD exists to support him as a character, rather than do its job most times, but i wann