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I got sold on this show last season because it was so careful in developing each character's individual story and it's effects on their relationships. It's difficult to review because as the title says: there are a 'a million little things' that tell a story. A must see!
Well constructed and uncomplicated— think this will become a hit!
As a singer am looking forward to future episodes!
A+ This is real life!
Good starter— give it a chance!
Show has a good premise — and promise. But they overwhelmed the viewers with too much too soon. Slow down and develop each character.
Unbelievably rich photography and a mirror to reflect on how fragile the biodiversity of this planet is and how it is being threatened. A must see for our young people as they will be the generation that hopefully can save it.
Wow! Incredible! The acting, casting and directing is superb. This is storytelling at its best as it pulls the viewer in 100% . . . Oprah has hit this one out of the park! After two episodes am totally hooked. This is the real deal!
Well acted creepy trip through the mind of a Clairvoyant!
Oprah Network's best show. Actually one of the best dramas on the small screen! There is no subject that is left untouched, acting is first class and the direction is brilliant!
Lots of surprises! Especially the season finale, The producers were pretty brave on airing the Kiss!
The show is beginning to jell after several episodes; good writing and good ensemble.
This series is so important because it addresses some very uncomfortable subjects: gay-marriage, adoption, hate crimes and its effects on the families
that suffer under this pall: even in urban areas. There are some brave people on CBS to place this in the same time-slot (after '60 Minutes') as 'God Friended Me' which may be 'feel good' but does not address these really uncomfortable issues. It's about time.
The show has more going for it than meets the eye: it touches on some sensitive subjects as the latest episode shows on Season 2 -- the corruption of judges receiving kick-backs for sending juveniles with minor offensives to a 'for profit' institutions.
Always look foreword to this excellent Stevan Spielberg production . . .one of my favorite shows on network TV. Would you expect anything less from one of the most influential people in movie production history?
This show is good on fundamentals; cast is diverse. Great to see Jane Leeves (Daphne in the 'Frasier' series) back on the screen!
Another Dick Wolf production, apparently this show has enough ratings for NBC to keep it in the lineup.
Am old enough to remember the original 'Lost' with June Lockhart and Guy Williams as a black and white TV series in the 60's. Netflix has done an excellent job in bringing the "Space Family Robinson" into the 21st Century. Lots of great special-effects and filmed in North Vancouver; the background -- beautiful Seymour Valley -- is well-adapted to the series. The villain of the series, Dr. Smith (brilliantly played by Parker Posey) is a perfect foil to the new Robinson family. Action scenes are great! All-in-all this is simply very, very good cinema . 'Danger, danger' you will be hooked!