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Both a bizarre experiment and a possibly a telling sign of the future of the industry, Bandersnatch nevertheless works as a visually interesting, fascinating thriller thats thematically intertwined with its new medium.
Makes Iron Fist look like a masterpiece.
While it manages to give the audiences a good time in the star wars universe, it further cements the INESSENTIALITY of the series, especially compared to the far more exciting and expansive previous season.
Fascinating and deep character work helps the season to overcome the pacing and plot issues that stop it from supplanting the first season.
Legion injures an incredible series arc by giving in too much to its experimental tendencies and narrative add, forgetting characters and plot points for episodes on end in order to play around with pretty colors and shots.
Even with a somewhat meandering first half, Orange is the New Black proves its worth with even more character depth and an incredible recognition of its viewers wants and needs, and how to constantly subvert their expectations.
Breaking Bad continues with a slower, steadier pace, trudging through each despicable situation with mounting horror and tension that erupts in both a visually stunning and extremely satisfying fashion.
A deeply engaging drama that gives every character the time they need to root themselves in the viewers heart. And now that they've done that, who can imagine what's going to follow?
Even though it doesn't feel as planned or well thought out as The Avengers was, The Defenders manages to whip up enough style and intrigue to more than fill up it's short run.
Even with its surprisingly adequate finale, Iron Fist remains the most frustrating, poorly written, terribly paced, and directionless show I've ever watched.
Easily the weakest Season in the show's renewed run, Doctor Who repeats itself over and over with a total lack of direction, much poorer writing, and flat characters. Still, at the end of the day this is Doctor Who we're talking about here, so even at its worst it's good television.
Broadchurch returns to its crime-drama roots and delivers an emotionally draining and impactful final reason, even if it never quite hits the blissful highs of Season 1.
While it's more of a mixed bag than the original run, there are more than a few moments of brilliance peppered throughout to make it a worthy addition to the Futurama canon.
Despite a satisfying trio of concluding episodes, Fargo's third season marks a noticeable dip in structural control, and a greater increase of surpufluous storylines, uninteresting characters, and frustrating choices. And only some examples of which can be can be excused through artistic merit.
It's official, we're looking at the best science-fiction show on television right now.