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Justified Season 3 somehow manages to top Season 2, which topped Season 1 in every way. Neal McDonough as Quarles is one of the best villains of recent memory with a killer performance. The dynamics between the characters are all so perfectly crafted. You have the troublesome Dicky Bennett, the feisty Limehouse, Quarles' accomplice Wynn Duffy, and the sharp Boyd Crowder. The list goes on, as the show is full of talented actors playing interesting roles. From the opening scenes of Episode 1 to the epic finale of the last episode, there is never a dull moment. This is going to be hard to top. (5/5)
Season Two of Justified improves upon the first in nearly every way. Stakes are higher, relationships are stronger, and a real sense of danger broods throughout the show. Olyphant as Givens cements himself as one of the coolest characters of any show in recent memory. (4.5/5)
Ozark sees Jason Bateman in yet another serious role, one in which he and laura linney knock out of the park. the show has been compared to breaking bad, but in never truly reaches those skyscraping heights. it's a moderately entertaining crime drama that does pack a punch in more ways than one. it boasts beautiful scenery, smart writing and interweaving storylines. what sticks out the most to me is the series' poignancy, especially in the latter half. it's sad, bittersweet and rigid all at the same time. (4/5)
At times, The Ranch is cliche and predictable. But on the other hand, the show has big heart, genuine emotion, a great setting and excellent characters. The top-notch cast elevates the quality of the show while its relativity permeates every episode. Overall, The Ranch is alway enjoyable to watch, despite its faults. after watching the first two seasons in full, I am already looking forward to Season 3.
Season One of Justified is an excellent intro to Raylan Givens and his life as US Marshal in rural Kentucky. This opening seasons introduces us to many of the characters we will see throughout the series and lays a solid foundation for the show. (4/5)
Stranger Things honors the innovators that have come before it, all the while adding its own creepy and addicting twists. This is top-notch mystery with outstanding acting, remarkable audiovisual flare and great storytelling. You're on the edge of your seat from start to finish and it can get pretty scary at times. It's a ton of fun and in all honesty, ranks among the best television shows I have ever seen.
Person of Interest is a welcome return to form for Jim Caviezel and boasts a few other great characters including Michael Emerson and Taraji Henson. The trifecta of JJ Abrams, Bryan Burk and Jonathan Nolan come together to create an espionage TV series that is interesting and fun, but only mildly entertaining. It is missing the flair, emotion and style that make these types of shows great. Sometimes it just feels too generic. Hopefully it gets stronger when Season 2 rolls around.
Fargo is dark, funny, smart, slick and beautiful. The writing is spectacular, the performances are top-notch, the characters are interesting, the location is engrossing and it all culminates for an excellent and unique piece of television.
Wayward Pines boasts unrelenting mystery and suspense.
Full Review: http://wadesthoughts.com/2015/06/10/wayward-pines-tv-review/