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Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2017 15:01:57 -0500
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On 11/10/2017 2:11 PM, Robin Miller wrote:
> Blazing Transfer Students        [new; complete season 1]        (3:01 
> am, Netflix)
> Eight-episode, live-action adaptation of the Hono no Tenkosei manga. 
> Featuring the boys of Johnny's West, a gang of zany transfer students 
> are recruited for a mysterious mission ordained by their shadowy principal.

This one just screams out for Ian.

> Mea Culpa (Alexis de Anda)       (comedy special)      (3:01 am, Netflix)

I'll try this.

> Amazon comedy pilots: Sea Oak, The Climb, and Love You More (3:01 am, 
> Amazon Prime)

I wonder...are these dead shows walking (given that Amazon is changing 
their style) or are these examples of the new style (widely watched 
shows) that Amazon hopes to create.

In any case, Thanks for the reminder that Amazon pilot season still exists.