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Juan Diego "El Catrin" Zamora
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"Coyote" may find its way to more substance if it's allowed to prowl a bit longer, but like Ben's bowel movements, you're just as likely to be relieved that it's over.
MacLaren shows her skills with pacing and visual language in the first pair of episodes, making the questionable plotting and dialogue easy to take.
An unwanted bouquet of loose ends gradually reveals itself - quite possibly the result of the season order being truncated from 10 to six episodes after a COVID work stoppage, but unfortunate and distracting nonetheless.
To be blunt: a show that asks its audience to connect to a rogue Border Patrol agent with literal blood on his hands needs to work harder than this one does to justify its premise.
The only surprise in Coyote is the quality: It's very good. Sometimes a noir, sometimes a Western, sometimes a tense action thriller and sometimes piquantly funny, Coyote has something for nearly everybody
We'll give Coyote the benefit of the doubt, given the presence of both Chiklis and MacLaren.
These final two episodes painted a more nuanced portrait of El Catrin, aka Juan Diego.
Coyote benefits by stronger plotting, an authentic sense of place and a more rounded portrayal of the crime family that traps Ben in their internal power struggle.
Assembled from spare parts left over from previous television trends and decaying prejudices.
Audience Reviews for Coyote: Season 1
Jan 10, 2021A mix of lot of things of course, nothing really new here, it's like BCS meets Sicario with a twist, the plot is rather simple there are not a hundred side stories unraveling and the comedians enjoy their time so do us !
Jan 08, 2021A thrilling, nuanced foray into one of the most complex humanitarian crises facing the US. Excellent performances throughout and great filmmaking. I want to see where it goes!
Jan 07, 2021"Created by David Graziano" ? It's a rip off of Sicario and it's garbage as well !