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Enjoyed the pilot episode. I do loves me a good virus-apocalypse story. Looking forward to more.
I thought the pilot episode was pretty good also, maybe even a little better than I expected. Although some of the scenes were somewhat predicable, there's a dearth of good programming this summer so I'm sure I'll continue to watch. Having a good cast certainly helps.
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I like how their ship doesn't take damage. Gets hit by missiles/rockets and keeps on ticking. Doesn't even blacken the paint.
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I like how their ship doesn't take damage. Gets hit by missiles/rockets and keeps on ticking. Doesn't even blacken the paint.
That's a genre trope of how "well built" these warships are. Remember the scene in BSG's miniseries pilot where the Galactica gets struck by a Cylon nuke and seems to suffer no permanent damage?
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I can handle overproduced. Visually incoherent, not so much.
That's my problem with Bay - at least in the Transformers movies. When the major battles happen, you can barely tell what's going on. I find myself looking for a Zoom Out button on my remote.
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Enjoyed the pilot episode. I do loves me a good virus-apocalypse story. Looking forward to more.

Ditto .. worth continuing, at least based on the pilot ..

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I'll give it a go.
Reason why I did and i liked the pilot. But i like end of the world stories and how people act during such.


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That's my problem with Bay - at least in the Transformers movies. When the major battles happen, you can barely tell what's going on. I find myself looking for a Zoom Out button on my remote.
Although I like the Transformers movies, I do agree with you .. during the battle scenes, it's hard to catch everything going on .. and the first film in the series, to me anyway, was a little jerky on the CGI which made it even worse ..

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Reason why I did and i liked the pilot. But i like end of the world stories and how people act during such.

I probably went in with low expectations but thought the pilot was much better than what I was expecting .. I wonder if the concept was borrowed a little from World War Z and the fleet that was out in the ocean during the Zombie infestation ..

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I probably went in with low expectations but thought the pilot was much better than what I was expecting .. I wonder if the concept was borrowed a little from World War Z and the fleet that was out in the ocean during the Zombie infestation ..
Yeah most likey. But i keep thinking Subs should be fine and any remote islands. No zombies to attack you but people do stupid thing when under pressure that they would not do normally. That is what interests me the most so far and how it will be handled.


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I want to know where all the Nuke boats are.
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I like how their ship doesn't take damage. Gets hit by missiles/rockets and keeps on ticking. Doesn't even blacken the paint.
I think we were to believe that the defense system destroyed or blew up the rockets before they struck the ship.

They did show a few rockets hitting the flares, and they also do have the Phalanx system as well (which was featured)
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I like how their ship doesn't take damage. Gets hit by missiles/rockets and keeps on ticking. Doesn't even blacken the paint.

Guess you missed the scene much later where that area was black and still smoking.

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Guess you missed the scene much later where that area was black and still smoking.
Well, by the end of the episode everything was back to normal.
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Really enjoyed the first episode. More then I thought I would. It was also nice that my father in-law was in town and he is a career Navy man of over 50 years. He was really into it and giving me insights into the ship.
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Yes, the first episode was very good.

I hope they can keep it going for the rest of the season.

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Not bad for a pilot episode. I've got it set on the Tivo for a season pass - let's see where it goes.

What happened to the Blackhawk the ship had? I never saw it get destroyed, but it's definitely not on deck (and I thought the docs used the hanger space for their lab)?
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I noticed the same thing. The aft deck was barren in the closing overhead shot. I think it was just a continuity slip up, plus they can always say the helicopter was high altitude scouting.
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The pilot was good enough for me to put it on the summer DvR list. I don't know if it was my local cable system, or something else, but I found the sound mix to be pretty inconsistent and not very good. It almost seemed as if the sound mix was unfinished but they broadcast what they had. I hope it improves in the coming weeks.

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I liked the pilot episode. The attention to detail and faithfulness of the depiction of US Navy shipboard evolutions impressed me. They were among the best I have seen. Although Eric Dane is too much of a pretty boy to be totally convincing as a naval officer, he did look good in his uniform and he can actually salute, a skill that is largely unknown among actors. Even the ship was a recent vintage Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, albeit with a nonexistent hull number.

As usual, Rhona Mitra was at her hard-bitten but beautiful best, this time as a scientist. Now that we know her assistant is a Russian mole, there's no telling what might happen.

Like virtually all action thrillers, this show requires more than the usual level of willingness to suspend disbelief but as long as the production values remain as good as they were in the pilot, I'll stick around.
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From the "Hot Off The Press" Thread (top of HDTV Programming page).

Nielsen Notes (Cable)
Solid Ratings for TNT’s ‘Last Ship’; ‘Falling Skies’ Down
By Rick Kissell, Variety.com - Jun. 23, 2014

Post-apocalyptic drama “The Last Ship” bowed to pretty good numbers Sunday for TNT, even as the net’s “Falling Skies” opened its fourth season with its lowest premiere scores to date.

Nielsen estimates that “Last Ship” averaged a 1.2 rating/4 share in adults 18-49, a 1.4/4 in adults 25-54 and 5.3 million total viewers for its 9 p.m. premiere, making it the top cable premiere of the summer in the key demos. In total viewers, it outdrew the series premiere of ABC’s music competition series “Rising Star” and ranks first among all 2014 cable premieres.

The 1.2 rating in 18-49 is the second highest drama bow of the past month, ahead of the likes of Fox’s “Gang-Related,” NBC’s “Crossbones,” AMC’s “Halt and Catch Fire” and ABC Family’s “Chasing Life.” NBC’s “The Night Shift,” which benefited from airing behind “America’s Got Talent,” opened to a 1.6 rating in late May.

Two weeks ago, TNT opened “Murder in the First” to a 0.64 rating in 18-49 and nearly 3.8 million viewers for its initial airing.

“Last Ship,” based on a novel of the same name, tells the story of a lone unaffected U.S. Navy ship following a global pandemic that wipes out 80% of the world’s population. Eric Dane and Rhona Mitra star

Following “Last Ship” on Sunday, the 10 p.m. season premiere of “Falling Skies” did a 1.0 rating/3 share in adults 18-49, a 1.3/3 in 25-54 and about 3.7 million total viewers. Last year’s two-hour, third-season premiere did a 1.5 rating in adults 18-49 and 4.21 million total viewers.

Counting a quickie repeat that aired at 11 p.m., “The Last Ship” drew 7.4 million total viewers on Sunday. And including its midnight encore, “Falling Skies” attracted 4.7 million.

http://variety.com/2014/tv/ratings/s...wn-1201242286/


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I liked the pilot episode. The attention to detail and faithfulness of the depiction of US Navy shipboard evolutions impressed me. They were among the best I have seen. Although Eric Dane is too much of a pretty boy to be totally convincing as a naval officer, he did look good in his uniform and he can actually salute, a skill that is largely unknown among actors. Even the ship was a recent vintage Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, albeit with a nonexistent hull number.

As usual, Rhona Mitra was at her hard-bitten but beautiful best, this time as a scientist. Now that we know her assistant is a Russian mole, there's no telling what might happen.

Like virtually all action thrillers, this show requires more than the usual level of willingness to suspend disbelief but as long as the production values remain as good as they were in the pilot, I'll stick around.
One of the reasons it looked so good and realistic on ship is because the Navy let them use a real ship to film on.

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I missed the pilot but the episode is free on iTunes... I'll give it a go, it looks good I think I'll like it...
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I thought the pilot was okay. Story seemed a bit choppy, like no explanation of who fired the nuke. I guess we'll eventually find out it was the Russians. It was like they tried to cram a 2-hour movie into a 44-minute program.
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I don't know if it was my local cable system, or something else, but I found the sound mix to be pretty inconsistent and not very good.
The audio was terrible here as well (Boston Comcast). Very low in volume and no dynamics at all, even after cranking it up. I don't watch anything else on TNT, so I don't know if that's a common problem for the network. For an action series, it was really distracting how weak the sound was.

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One of the reasons it looked so good and realistic on ship is because the Navy let them use a real ship to film on.
Yeah, the reason the ship looked so good was that it really was a recent vintage DDG. According to a Zap2it piece, two relatively new DDGs were used in filming, USS Halsey (DDG-97) and USS Dewey (DDG-105).
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like no explanation of who fired the nuke. I guess we'll eventually find out it was the Russians.

Highly doubtful, unless they have missile silos in the US. When they were tracking the nuke, it showed a map of the UK and France, and the nuke was coming from the lower left, which lines up with the US. If it was from Russia, it would have been coming from the right.
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Highly doubtful, unless they have missile silos in the US. When they were tracking the nuke, it showed a map of the UK and France, and the nuke was coming from the lower left, which lines up with the US. If it was from Russia, it would have been coming from the right.
If the nuke was launched from a sub or a destroyer, it could have still come from Russia or one of the factions broken off from Russia. Or it could have been from any country that has both nuclear weapons and a ship or sub from which to launch them.

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I liked the pilot episode. The attention to detail and faithfulness of the depiction of US Navy shipboard evolutions impressed me. They were among the best I have seen. Although Eric Dane is too much of a pretty boy to be totally convincing as a naval officer, he did look good in his uniform and he can actually salute, a skill that is largely unknown among actors. Even the ship was a recent vintage Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, albeit with a nonexistent hull number.

As usual, Rhona Mitra was at her hard-bitten but beautiful best, this time as a scientist. Now that we know her assistant is a Russian mole, there's no telling what might happen.

Like virtually all action thrillers, this show requires more than the usual level of willingness to suspend disbelief but as long as the production values remain as good as they were in the pilot, I'll stick around.
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We watched it last night & liked it. I think it has far more potential as an good apocalyptic action drama than Revolution turned out to be. I'm in!

I thought the portrayal of military aspects was pretty good.

I didn't know who the doctor actress was, but I knew I had seen her before. Reading your post, I just now realized she was in Doomsday! She must like end-of-the-world fiction

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I enjoyed it, but to be honest, liked 'Last Resort' more. The latter seemed to be tighter and better written to me.
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She was also the lead character in Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans.

...Watched the pilot last night, and loved it. High production value (not surprising since Platinum Dunes is producing), good cast, good story, I'm very much looking forward to the next episodes. Anything that happens on a ship at sea, I'm already sold anyway.
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