Netflix gets Stranger

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I do know I'm looking forward to another season of Winona Ryder chewing the scenery. ;-)

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"Dear Netflix, where's S02 of Dirk Gently?"
I know it had some problems, but I enjoyed its dark sense of humour and I thought Elijah Wood was better than expected.

GregH: She went head to head with the killer creature of USDW, and the two of them destroyed each other.

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