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Dark, subversive and unreasonably gripping. Karl Urban delivers the only false notes in any one of a host of false-sounding accents. Thankfully, the rest of the cast are all crackers. Near perfect grown-up escapism. Loved it. PS: To whoever wrote the copy for this page: the character played by Karen Fukuhara has a name! "The Female"? Really?!
The folks who imagined this are clearly as wrong-headed as the story they have delivered: in which a crew of morally disabled emotional basket cases are hand-picked by a stylish elderly matron for a mission that aims at no less than safeguarding the future of the planet. What could possibly go wrong? Sorry. Too dumb.
How to turn one of the most astonishing period of history into soapy, dull mush. Nonsense
Watch if you are keen to witness the demise and slow death of a great series. Sorry to see the creators indulging themselves in predictable partisan drivel. It does a great disservice to almost all the characters. From a must-see to a difficult watch.
Why? Is there anyone out there who had not had their fill of Jean Valjean before the soup was re-heated?
If this had been the first in the series, there would have been no sequels. Too slow, too self-important, too devoid of surprise and tension.
This series has a heart of gold and a solid cast. Enjoy it
Sorry but the first episode of Season 3 was tiring and tiresome. Way, way too many words and nowhere near enough laughs
Vulgar, sexy, funny. In delightfully poor taste and with some very good performances all round. Don't be put off by the ungenerous reviews. The show got caught up in the #metoo spin cycle and this led to a tide of sanctimony washing over it. Unfair. Make up your own mind.
Like far too many series it craps on Episode 1 but once the script fights its way free the show provides a good few challenging propositions about how our day to day news looks like beneath the surface. This may not the very best of the skulduggery genre, but it's a strong airport page-turner so don't dismiss it. Hope it does not get slagged off by presumptuous hacks. Because If they are still making Designated Survivor, this should be picked up for Season 2 without a doubt. Enjoy it.