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Consistently amazing. The wait in between seasons can somewhat erode the ANTICIPATION but once you start again, it's just as absorbing as you remember.
A series quite unlike any I've seen before, 'House Of Cards' is excellent. Thrilling, flawlessly acted, and impeccably shot. One of the prettiest and wittiest series I've had the pleasure of watching, and I very much look forward to seeing more.
The second season of 'Stranger Things' is refreshingly grim and haunting, and introduces a level of conflict between many characters that is mostly successful. The whole season feels unfocused from the middle though, and it begins to rely on predictable events and horribly generic cliches in order to lazily gloss over issues and dialogue. I expect the same great quality of content from 'Stranger Things' going forward, but so I expect it to remain surprising and engaging.
It is a good thing that Game of Thrones is nearing its conclusion, for I do not think the show could maintain its current standard for longer than another season - and that's being generous, since the quality seems to have been on the decline for a while now. The latest season has some of the best visuals of the series, but its overabundance can mitigate the impact that each scene is supposed to carry. It was never going to be easy, ensuring that the show was consistently great up until the very end. But here's to hoping that it will keep entertaining and amazing its viewership while staying true to itself and making the best possible ending instead of catering to its audience.