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Z: The Beginning of Everything: Season 1 (2015 - 2017)
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Oct 17, 2020Beautiful aesthetically. Absorbingly passionate romance. Moving poetic musings. Does not fall prey to a need to overly worship or overly villainize either character. Just beautifully done.
Sep 30, 2020I loved it. They need to continue the story. Come on Amazon pay for a second season you have the money.
Feb 01, 2019Starts very, very strong. And then it begins to meander. I feel it would have been better if it'd been created with the intention to be a limited mini-series rather than a TV series, because then the writing team could have crafted a compelling beginning, middle, and end. As it is, without a season 2 renewal, it just sort of... ends.
Mar 06, 2018THIS ANIME IS THE EQUIVILENT OF BLOWING A MILLION DOLLARS ON MCDONALDS GREAT POTENTIAL AND LITERALLY SUCKS BEYOND ALL REASON, HOTRIBLE ENDING NEVER ANY POSITIVE MOMENTS SCREW WHOEVER WROTE THIS STORY
Feb 12, 2018Very disappointed this was cancelled. We loved it and so did our friends we recommended it to! Once you start watching you dont want to stop!
Feb 09, 2018I really enjoyed this series. After looking to see when season 2 would be out I saw that it was canceled. Super disappointed!
Jan 17, 2018Found the show to be entertaining and interesting characters.
Sep 09, 2017This story takes you back to when BIG things were happening. Its thrilling, dramatic, insightful, and educational. This show does not disappoint.
Jul 01, 2017Ricci is just amazing in her best element with the style & the flourish young people of this era. Great show to taste with wine and good company.
Jun 21, 2017I'm a couple episodes from finished with the first season and disappointed with the adaptation. Their story is tragic but also romantic, like much of Fitzgerald's work, and the show doesn't even seem to be attempting to depict the vibrant and energetic love that is conveyed in the book. It is too busy making Zelda into the flapper/ heroine of the story when the book depicts her as anything but.