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Started well then devolved into a silly soap opera
This series started to well. A show about identity theft, tracking those who steal the name and life of others. It had a good storyline for each episode and an overall story arc.
Then, for some unknown reason, it sank back in on itself, like a poorly made soufflé, and became a show about a main character and the soap opera-esque goings on that surrounded them. Gone were the interesting tales of criminals taking on new lives and we were left with the most generic of storyline where you can see the ending coming a mile off.
Very poor storyline. No idea why it slipped into a soap opera but it did so it deserves a well earned 2/10 for being like so many other "dramas".
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