Madison's words ostracize Abby from the group, but they all determine to leave the island. Henry and Abby stop to pick up Cal and Chloe but are dismayed to learn that the sheriff is gone. When state ...
Abby's mourning is cut short by shock, but friends prevent her from being lured away by revenge. Madison tells Shea about her new friend; Abby tells Henry and Danny that she is not Wakefield's child....
In the small Pacific Northwest community of Harbor Island, a string of mysterious teenage disappearances prompt the FBI to send in special agent Pippa Rains who specializes in missing ... See full summary »
Scott A. Capestany
Good fun entertainment - don't take it TOO seriously
This series has moderate acting talent, a constraint that scenes need to be viewable on a mainstream channel, and a budget that doesn't allow much (any?) CGI.
It is about relatively attractive people dying 'one by one'.
So if this were a movie it would likely end up with a 5.2 rating.
Instead it is an entertaining series that very successfully keeps the basic premise ticking along nicely for thirteen episodes. There are sufficient plots twists and they keep flowing all the way through to the last episode.
In a series of this nature there is no point trying to plug EVERY possible hole in the script, but they do an admirable job. If you are prepared to go in with a positive viewpoint you will find this great fun.
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