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The writers really screwed this up.
One episode in and I've already lost interest, Snatch is a juvenile attempt at a heist comedy, which offers nothing but obnoxious characters.
Season 2 was a big improvement, although the characters are still insufferable, there were some good oneliners.
Horrible casting and horrible plot, Shadowhunters is not improving with its mundane story.
Season 6 of suits focused on Mike's life in prison and his redemption for harbouring the lies for 5 years. Louis' sideplot as boring, Donna's tech venture as a waste of time. There were very few important moments really. It's a shame Gina Torres left.
Taboo is quite a different show set in the 19th century London. It is largely fictional with a lot of fantastical elements. The plot is not intriguing at all, rather predictable, but the violence and gore were on point.
Beyond had a promising start but quickly descended into a melodrama with bad acting and unbelievable plot.
Almost nothing ever happened in any episodes, all the characters are bastards that make you blood boil. It's a show full of people you couldn't care less about, lost interest pretty quickly but kept watching anyway, hoping season 2 will finally have something happening.
The premises is ridiculous and the characters are obnoxious, though the clash between the civilised and the uncivilised makes good violent drama.
God this is awful, if NBC keeps wasting their money on garbage like this they will go bankrupt.
It should be cancelled soon. Superior Donuts is not superior at all, the jokes are old and unfunny, the characters are stereotypical, the acting was rubbish. How could CBS greenlight this?
I see nothing inventive or ambitious about this aged drama with platitude galore, the books were barely tolerable and now they made all the characters even worse from season 1, I can't stand this.
I was skeptical at first but the quirky (sometimes creepy) humour worked. The plot and characters are unbelievable but the show has a good message: live your life like the world is gonna end.
Dexter meets a new serial killer whom he wishes learn how to conceal his identity, he also has problem with Rita. The kids are acting up, Debra was shot and various supporting characters have their own problems too. It was not a bad season, Dexter befriending a serial killer was quite interesting, but the other subplots were not as great.
I tried to like this but it was just really over the top. Ryan Phillippe was decent being the protagonist but there was nothing else worth watching for, the "Russians are bad" plot is just preposterous.
The momentum was lost and the screenwriter seemed to have lost track of what captivated the viewers in the first place. The episodes are all over the place with no clear connections, it was an understandable disappointment.
Another "gem" coming from CBS
Moving away from the source material, The Man in the High Castle season 2 offers more surprises from the American Reich to the Japanese resistance. Although the plot was getting a bit thinner, it was still very enjoyable.