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Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Wow I have been waiting for a show like this. Ape + will have my subscription forever if they keep making shows like this and "See".
Love the way scenes are shot
30 min episode keep it always fresh and wanting more
loved the first episode. truly creepy and unsettling. but by the time of episode 4 the interest is lost. will stick with it but if answers or the pace doesn't increase by the end of the year I won't return for season 2
A very promising show and Shyamalan delivers yet again. it's creepy, dark and sometimes disturbing with enough twists to keep the viewers on the edge of their seats. It's must-see tv for the fans of the genre.
The whole premise has never been done before, and it's awesome. It leaves you wanting more at the end of each episode. I hear Shyamalan created this show to run for 6 seasons, and omfg I cannot wait to watch them all. Wish Netflix had scooped this little gem of a show up.
Great premise, solid execution. The Shyama is back.
Really enjoying the suspense! Optimistic for this series so far.
Absolutely shocking and thrilling! You just don't know what comes next. A little rough to watch from time to time being a mom but I still highly recommend.
Very eerie and intriguing. Love the slow burn suspense.
I actually like the series. You have to get passed the first episode. I especially like the modern music mixed with the modern slang. It's like a parallel universe.