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The third season of "Ash Vs Evil Dead" is continuing its blood soaked comedy extravaganza and it is glorious.
Every episode is a thrill ride of great characters, snappy dialogue, story lines with twists and turns and casually blending a spin-off into its main series flawlessly.
This show is blatantly copying "Ash Vs. Evil Dead".
Whens the last time you said "that was a great episode of 'Family Guy'"?
I'm a die hard Simpsons fan and will defend the show at all costs, but as we enter season 28 its hard to keep doing it. Unless some major twists start happening that change the shows core characters, you might see this viewer not checking in for the next episode.
More unexpected twists and revelations is making the 3rd season the most enjoyable so far.
Season 2 starts up with a bang and doesn't let up, hell its making the first look like garbage in comparison. If you think "The Walking Dead" is the best horror show on TV, you're dead wrong, "Ash Vs. Evil Dead" is the king.
It's like "Louie" but for the ladies.
To put it simple, let the good times roll.
"Moonbeam City" has to be one of the best looking cartoons to come out in years and the comedy isn't too shabby either.
"Ash vs Evil Dead" was amazing. Its oozing with scares, over flowing with laughs and easily the best new show on TV this year. Or in other words, groovy.
Ok so its no longer just 1 man left, that's obvious but the comedy and the "anything can happen" premise is still worth watching and waiting week after week.
The show is well acted and humorous but as far as its plot goes only time will tell if it bit off more than it can chew.
Picks up right where Breaking Bad left off. "Better Call Saul" is dark, hilarious and has great characters.
"Louie" is insightful, brutally honest, and hilarious. Something that most comedies are afraid to do.
The writing is still keeping "American Dad!" going even if it has dropped a little in quality.
Nearly 25 years after appearing on "The Tracy Ulman Show" Springfield's most famous family still works in animation and writing.
It has its ups and its downs. Half the episodes succeed while others half fall flat.
"Family Guy" hasn't been good for quite a while, it may be time to end the series. The season was only slightly more enjoyable when they experimented with a new dog character, but was canned after two episodes.
An unnecessary spin-off that fails to attract anyone from both of Seth's MacFarlane's previous two shows.