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Sherlock's third season brings in even more terrifying enemies, though the mystery side of things can sometimes have a broken pace.
Season 2 of Sherlock only improves on the first season, bringing in some magnificent mysteries and truly depraved villains.
Sherlock's first season throws a classic hero into modern settings with amazing results.
Season 2 of A Series of Unfortunate Events gives viewers more of the same, while still managing to please.
A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 1 is hilarious, albeit in a dark, twisted, and morbid sort of way.
Although Season 2 of Stranger Things isn't quite as good as the first season, it still lived up to my expectations. The antagonist this time is bigger and better than even the Demogorgon was in the first season, and as it intrudes on the people of Hawkins, the horror becomes real.
The soundtrack is just as good as the first season, and the choice of 80s music is awesome (I still laugh whenever Rock You Like a Hurricane turns on as Billy gets out of his car).
Keep on watching: Stranger Things Season 2 is awesome.
Stranger Things is simply phenomenal: There's no other way to put it. From the beginning episode to the last, the stars act out their roles believably and perfectly. Even the children, young as they are, can make you laugh, cry, and scream whenever they please.
The story line is yet another aspect to this show that makes it so enjoyable. Throughout the season, it is extremely frightening, playing on your fears with an eerie atmosphere and just enough jump scares to creep you out. But there is also another side to the show. The friendships among the characters (some friendships already strong, some grow as the show progresses) give you a warm feeling throughout the show. In fact, it (for the most part) downplays the horror.
On the other hand, some may think that the soundtrack makes the horror in the show worse. Composed by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, the soundtrack provides for the scary atmosphere by synthesized songs, some happy while others are fear-invoking.
I would definitely suggest Stranger Things season 1 (and season 2) as a must-watch. It might be too much for younger viewers, for the older viewers out there would love it.