I really wish that the dad would have more of a steady decline into being a narcissistic douchebag because he is just so annoying. Apart from that's it's alright, good cast, interesting twist on the original tale and I love seeing young breakout actors like Gabriel Bateman develop on-screen.
Doesn't feel as good as seasons past. Maybe it's because of Ralph Dibney suddenly being written out, the halted production caused by COVID or maybe it's just that the new Superman and Lois show has set the bar so high but Flash doesn't have the same spark it used to.
I didn't see the original series so I don't know how it stacks up in terms of reboot but I think it did pretty good. It's certainly not without its flaws like an over usage of laughtrack and an unoriginal take on a what a sitcom family would be like. However it does have a few good moments when touching on serious subject like child abandonment and questioning your sexuality, it really did make me feel something. Their approach to these subjects brought an ease that I think fits perfectly with our idea of what society should be like in 2021. It provided some comedic situations that may be outdated but still can get a laugh or two out of you.
This is Superman as we've never seen him before... a parent. Watching him dive into this unknown territory is amusing to say the least. The quality and cgi of the show makes it feel more like a movie than a tv show, which is excellent. The cast and characters they portray have incredible chemistry with each other. I'm more than excited to see how things develop from here!
I never watched the original so I can only judge this as a first time show. I like the prospective family angle which the CW hasn't done in years, trying to balance that with the cop action is going to be difficult but not important. The premiere felt a bit sped up and with more than a few cliches, however that doesn't mean the potential's not there if they slow down and try not to rush things.
Having the main actress bail out after the first season is a major cause for concern. Although I must admit I prefer the passion of Javicia Leslie to the emotionless performance of Ruby Rose.
There were so many loose ends to be tied up from last season and now it just feels like we can't go five minutes without some going all political. Damn that's annoying.
If you think of it as an original show, it's pretty good. Interesting characters and a dynamic. Great balance of mystery, drama and a hint of comedy. However for a show about the Hardy boys there's not a lot of development of the relationship between the brothers, more like their individual storylines that happen to cross into each other, and the things do at times feel a little stretched out story wise.
Personally I liked Sharp Objects better but this was still pretty good too and if people are disappointed by the obvious ending than they should remember the writers made Jonathan an extremely hated character so it would be satisfying when he got his commupence.
This season is even better than the last, with more action, more adventure and even more excitement. The show is now beginning to connect with the rest of the Star Wars media. I can't wait to see more 😊😁😁
This is the cutest Christmas series I have ever seen! I loved every character and their zany quirks, it added some new stuff the differed from the novel but also made some references to some other stuff that could be included in greater detail for the show. I really hope they adapt the second book for season 2!!
Season 6 was probably one of my favourite seasons of the show, the characters found themselves on a new planet where new dangers and science was introduced. We saw some interesting relationships develop like Octavia and Diyoza while also saying some heart wrenching goodbye's to some fan favourites like Kane and Abby.