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Dangbei · 08 Jun 2020

Best 5 TV Shows For Self-quarantine Watching At Home.

Netflix subscribers grow like crazy as coronavirus traps us at home.

If you're looking for something incredible, you can learn about the following 5 TV shows.

Living With Yourself

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What's the only thing better than Paul Rudd? Two Paul Rudds. The actor gets cloned in this quirky comedy when his character, Miles, decides to go for a spa treatment that will help him be a better person. With one radiant new Miles, and one cranky, tired Miles, navigating life becomes harder as they have to learn to put up with each other. Aisling Bea plays his wife Kate, who isn't aware that she has two husbands under the same roof and just wants back the man she married.

The Last Kingdom

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Based on a series of novels by Bernard Cornwell, The Last Kingdom is set in late 9th-century England, long before the country was unified. The competing kingdoms have been invaded and occupied by Vikings, leaving Wessex under the rule of King Alfred as the last standing against the plundering hoards. It's an entertaining historical drama centered on Uthred of Bebbanburg, an Anglo-Saxon who is kidnapped as a boy, raised as a Viking, and finds himself playing both sides to try and regain the land and title stolen from him. It never quite reaches the heights of Vikings, which is available on Amazon Prime, but it's a more than adequate substitute while you wait for its final season. There are three seasons on Netflix with a fourth on the way.

The Alienist

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A serial killer targeting children is on the loose in 1890s New York. The local police department is playing down any connections between the deaths of the young boys, who all work in the sex industry. Based on Caleb Carr's novel, the series sees criminal psychologist Dr. Laszlo Kreizler team up with a New York Times illustrator called John Moore and Sara Howard, NYPD's first female employee. She has aspirations of becoming a detective. The trio work under the radar with new police commissioner Theodore Roosevelt in an attempt to track down the deranged serial killer using psychological analysis – a largely unheard-of technique at the time.

Manhunt: Unabomber

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Manhunt: Unabomber is a crime drama based on the FBI's hunt for serial bomber Ted Kaczynski (played by Paul Bettany), who mailed a string of homemade bombs to targets including academics, airlines and executives between 1978 and 1995. The series focuses on FBI profiler James Fitzgerald (Sam Worthington), who attempts to find linguistic clues in the bomber's political writings to identify him. It's a fast-paced, high-stakes investigation, and the show gets under the skin of both protagonists, who we are led to believe have a lot more in common than they would perhaps like to admit. 

The Game of Thrones.

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The final version of Thrones costs almost $100 million to shoot in just six episodes, and the high composition cost naturally creates detailed graphic effects.

To present a more realistic dragon, the production team invested a lot of energy in 3D modeling, motion capture, color rendering, and motion computing, making each scale separately, and then attaching the range to the dragon's body. Cooperate with the previously edited motion model, to ensure that the levels move smoothly and naturally when the dragon is in action.

In addition to the excellent effects, the crew also restored a 14th-century warship on props and scenes, spending a lot of money to polish the environment. 

For such a final version, it is not enough to highlight the quality of the picture with a screen of 60 inches or less.

It is recommended to use the DangBei projector with 120 inches large screen, MEMC motion compensation, hdr10, and other technologies to completely liberate the vision when the dragon flying in the air more realistic.