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Shockingly unfunny and off-putting. Strange high concept comedy with exactly zero laughs. Almost makes you think that it's intentionally bad to test audience idiocy tolerance.
Fantastic follow up to season 1. Takes the story in interesting directions and remains compelling and riveting. Inexcusable that this show has zero critic reviews.
One of the best shows on Netflix ... a smart political thriller with a fascinating premise ...
I was addicted to this show for seasons 1-4 but this final season was a complete abomination. Even if you're dying to know how it all ends I promise you it's not worth it.
Loved season 1 but this is unwatchable leftist propaganda trash.
This show is pretty vile and divisive for no apparent reason. It has some poor logical leaps and totally misses the tone and spirit of the original graphic novel. Watch Snyder's film instead - at least he cares about the source material. It's a missed opportunity and very disappointing. Not sure who this is made for ... maybe people with no connection to the original.
This is the first show I've ever attempted to watch twice. Loved the first season then excitedly started the second season nearly a year later only to realize I needed to rewatch season 1. Surprisingly the rewatch is nearly as enjoyable the first time around. Love the music, setting, tone, acting, and aesthetic. A brilliantly crafted, atmosci-fi thriller (though a slow burn) with many surprises up its sleeve.
Six episodes in and still not feeling it. Everything that was good about the first two seasons is absent ... the fine acting, the mood and tone of the show, the rising dread, and just the right touches of nostalgia. This season is big, dumb, and loud. The jokes don't land, the music is in your face, and Hopper seems to be playing a parody of himself. The romance between Mike and Eleven is awkward and mismatched. And the plot? Yay, more zombies (not exactly, but close enough). So boring. The series should be put out of its misery.