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Marshall R. Teague,
Danny Lee Clark
I started watching this series by chance and never missed an episode since. The plot is not the most brilliant, but it doesn't matter. You will like the shots, the locations and the editing. In fact the editing is the most impressive factor in this series. The characters are interacting at a level that is far beyond the reality: the crew always drinks, parties or takes drugs. Nevertheless they are perfectly able to manage their job wonderfully. They have a lot of glamor in them and it translates to the viewer. The only bothering issue for me is the frequent change of the actors. They come and go without any warning and you must accept it as an integral part of the series.
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