jon abbey wrote: [Twin Peaks is] one of the best two or three TV shows of all time (along with The Wire and possibly Breaking Bad if it can keep it up).
Gerardo A wrote: Haven't seen Breaking Bad, but Lars von Trier's The Kingdom should be added to that list.
Gerardo A wrote:I actually preferred LVT's brasher take on TV than Lynch's, although I must see Twin Peaks again soon. My hierarchy would be The Wire-The Kingdom-Twin Peaks. BTW if you didn't think much of the first season of The Kingdom, there's no need for you to watch the second one, which is less strong.jon abbey wrote: I've seen [The Kingdom] (at least the first set, I believe there was a sequel), not even close for me.
jon abbey wrote:Twin Peaks isn't exactly Lynch's vision throughout, he wasn't involved at all for a good bit of the middle, if I recall correctly.
and I liked The Kingdom, but nowhere near the level of the other series mentioned here (The Prisoner should probably get a shout-out also).
seconded, a really classy way to end leaving you wanting more (and iirc there weren't any arcs actually left unfinished).jpeatt wrote:Yes. Although to be fair, I think they made a reasonable hand of an ending that was forced upon them and necessitated loose ends.rlrds wrote:Agreed. It's unfortunate that it wasn't allowed to finish out it's story arc for whatever stupid reason.billygomberg wrote: I'm gonna toss in a vote for "Deadwood" b/c I really loved that show.