Critic Consensus: "See" asks more questions than it answers, but the cavalcade of entertaining characters and innovative sequences is enough to keep us coming back.
Critic reviews for See
Preacher won't let you rest easy. Two episodes in, and that's the strongest thing about the newborn series so far.
The opening scene may be inscrutable for non-comics readers, but it made me grin.
Such a fun, propulsive second episode without the normal post-pilot drop-off is both an achievement in of itself, and a great sign for the rest of Season 1 and beyond.
Everyone watching loses here: fans of the comic get a story that drifts even further from the tone and characters in the source material, while new viewers get a show that's treading water while trying to get by on spooky goings-on.
"See" successfully whipsaws between contemplating the nature of good and evil and covering the screen with blood while referencing Scarface.
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