i stumbled across this series last night, and being a fan of campus, i was thrilled to see Jonathan Bailey, well...act. and the first thing i have to say is, however historically inaccurate it might be, i do love the whole premise of the show - macchiavelli and medichi and da vinci hanging around. great! and i should probably leave it at that, it's a show, nothing else. buuut, it does bother me that leonardo sports some kinds of twentieth century jacket and a hipster-cap for most part of the show, i'm not saying he needs to look like the old portraits of "the great master", but nevertheless, just a tiny, tiny, tiny bit of historical accuracy wouldn't have hurt the show. and even though it's obviously not filmed anywhere near florence, a panorama or two, no matter how computergenerated wouldn't have hurt either. there aren't that many spoilers to give away - you'd had to be more than blind not the see that *that* was a girl, and i assume that the whole "evil brotherhood" will evolve into something later on in the show. over all, i do appreciate it, and i will watch the next show as well, i'll just be one of those that'll be complaining at the same time.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?