Social Download: Internet Reacts to ‘Wynonna Earp,’ ‘Dice,’ and ‘Catastrophe’

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Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan in Catastrophe.
Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan in Catastrophe.

Welcome back to tvDownload’s social media column — written for the people and by the people, like some kind of millennials’ Pravda. It’s where you can come to find out what the internet is saying about your favorite shows, and to see what new stuff might be worth checking out. You do want to fit in with the rest of us, don’t you, comrade?

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It had to happen sometime, folks. The TV event of the year, The People V OJ Simpson, has finally come to an end. But unlike the massive amount of DNA evidence at Rockingham and inside the Bronco, the show will not be forgotten.

https://twitter.com/laurmark/status/719261246244016128

https://twitter.com/senoritanat/status/719023506969751552

One thing’s for sure, the cast definitely gave it their all.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BD3qRllyGwx

The second episode of SyFy’s new series Wynonna Earp aired this week, and the comic book adaptation is gaining traction with fans.

https://twitter.com/Fostaro/status/717847193433030661

https://twitter.com/EmmaSavages/status/717478359131942912

Buffy comparisons are always a good thing.

https://twitter.com/yvalaresistance/status/718109231170367488

And hey, Wynonna’s already becoming a fashion icon!

Amazon (AMZN) just dropped the second season of its domestic comedy Catastrophe, which stars Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan. And the binging has begun.

https://twitter.com/gibsonandrew/status/718563189026328576

https://twitter.com/UntemperedTV/status/718535799843598336

The consensus seems to be that six episodes just isn’t enough.

Showtime’s new Andrew Dice Clay comeback vehicle, Dice, premiered on Sunday. And there’s really only one person’s opinion we want to hear in this situation: Andrew Dice Clay’s.

https://twitter.com/ScotArmstrong22/status/719340822840225792

Social Download: Internet Reacts to ‘Wynonna Earp,’ ‘Dice,’ and ‘Catastrophe’