Second Avenue (Andra avenyn) is a swedish tv-series about an ex-prisoner, his sexually confused boxing-son, his on and off again christian girlfriend, her father who is a priest, his friend...
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Second Avenue (Andra avenyn) is a swedish tv-series about an ex-prisoner, his sexually confused boxing-son, his on and off again christian girlfriend, her father who is a priest, his friend who is a psychiatrist, his foster child who is a teen mom, the father of her child who is a boxing muslim, and many more.
Why do they spend so much money making this crappy soap opera? That has equal amounts of bad acting as it has a cliché plot. And the worst part is that It’s suppose to be public service television. I mean they could have made something original and good instead of making this weak piece of mainstream garbage that either makes you want to laugh or reach for the remote to change the channel to the “Watching paint dry show”.
It seams to be the trend these days, if you have an idea for a show that covers all topics that people want to see we can grant you a hundred episodes. And it has to be politically correct of course, and every demographic must be included in the show. So if you get all of this in there it has to be a success right? I say, HELL NO!!!
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