Post by SketchyMagpie on Feb 26, 2016 14:08:06 GMT
I'm always surprised how well-known some UK things are over there... like Top Gear, even though I am very much not a fan, apparently that's quite popular.
The odd side of it is that Only Fools and Horses, probably the most popular comedy of all time in this country, is never mentioned on US lists of British comedy. I wonder if it doesn't translate or if it just hasn't found its way over there?
Post by gingerdreadman on Feb 26, 2016 16:14:47 GMT
What type Sir? Honestly as I am not sure how much our stuff gets over there. I just have a feeling most of what we watch prob is worldwide to an extent. I feel like the UK as far as movie and tv goes has a more regional ,for lack of a better word, system. I may be way way off on that assumption. But going from the way I see from media over here it seems that theatre and stuff has a way more lively presence over there. We have broadway of course and I do live in a rural/less cultured state here. But there are bigger cities within a few hours drive. Also I do not watch tons of tv these days. I have used Netflix and hulu and no cable for the past four years. I worked at a movie store , when we still had them, for five years as a manager. So i have watched a lot of movies from that time frame. But if you tell me what you like. I will throw out what i can think of and we will see if you have watched them.