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Not the worst ever series ever, but getting there.
I have seen three episodes. The initial thought was that there has to be some hook or something somewhere to make the audience to come back for more, but so far I am wrong.
The acting is poor, characters flat, 'jokes' not funny, unimaginative script, no twists, no humour, nothing to disgust me, or feel any kind of emotion, or even make me think. It is as entertaining as watching paint dry.
If you are a fan of either House, Dexter, Lost, Chuck, Glee, or the slow paced Justified, then you probably will find this series (so far) very very disappointing, and that is being kind.
Just like chuck opened with Cake's 'Short Skirt, Long Jacket', this should have opened up with a version of "Mad World", but that would have been it's only redeeming feature, and a waste of a good song.
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