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The third season of The Legend of Korra has a very good villain with realistic goal, as always superb animation and incredible fight sequences, quite good story and terrific finale, but the highlight are its mature themes as well as many emotional sequences and some great character development with Lin finally getting her moment in the series with excellent backstory. And although the first couple of episodes are once again very slow and so weak, the season largely benefits from an introduction to a couple of new, all well developed characters and an increased amount of humor which is also much better than before. It is still nowhere near as good as the first season, but this third season is nevertheless a great improvement over the previous one and it sets itself on the right path.
Transparent is a very well acted, relevant, realistic and touching look at life transition and familial relationships and troubles with strong character development and excellent dramatic tension. It has its fair share of problems including the sometimes unnecessary and even annoying flashbacks, at times too obnoxious character acts and often present detours, but it is otherwise a pretty strong drama series with at times present solid humor, but mostly focusing on pure drama which is a great thing thanks to quite excellent characterization and some truly striking dramatic moments and realistic depictions of selfishness and lack of care towards family members. It is flawed, but very strong, thoughtful, well acted and real drama in an era that truly lacks such relevant tv shows.
The second season of South Park is a slight improvement on the original with the higher amount of classic episodes, mostly good jokes, improved animation, some of the more original concepts and the high amount of 18 episodes is a big plus, but it is still a beginning here with not a single standout character, some weak episodes and little attention to character arks. But it is still a pretty good season with some very interesting storylines, mostly excellent humor and a couple of terrific episodes.
With excellent animation, superbly executed action sequences, well developed characters and smart, well crafted and entirely engaging story, The Legend of Korra also ties the events and characters with its predecessor in a masterful manner with strong approach which changes the tone and story from Avatar, but keeps the concept and that is what every sequel should do. The differences from Avatar are done for better and for worse - the series is more mature with less humor which is terrific for older audiences and the stakes seem higher and characters are in real danger and you actually fear for them. But on the other hand, the humor, when it's there, is so-so, the characters were more likable in the original and, whereas Avatar was too slow, Korra is often too rushed and unevenly paced. But the mature tone is fantastic, the plot is really well thought-out, the villain is absolutely menacing and one of the best animated villains recently, the action is intriguing, it is thematically. great and the world-building is incredible. All in all, this is an absolutely fantastic first season made with real commitment and skill and every animation fan should give it a try.
With terrific character development, smart screenplay and always riveting story, Orphan Black is genuinely one of the most purely entertaining and simply fun shows. It is incredibly fast-paced for better and for worse, Alison's story arc feels like filler many times and slows the pace significantly and the middle of the season is very subpar and sappy, but it is a very good show nonetheless thanks to incredible first episodes with intriguing premise and outstanding finale which ties up some things while simultaneously teasing many for the second season. It is very uneven and sometimes even mediocre, but it is for the most part a smart, well crafted and entirely riveting series with simply amazing, always fascinating performance from Tatiana Maslany in incredibly demanding multiple roles.