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I am so impressed! EXCELLENT season opener. Well written, great acting, awesome effect, great plot, awesome editing to keep the show on a breath taking pace! BRAVO! I have never been to a comic con but now I gotta go to one! I have watch a lot of TV, and a lot of series start out their 2nd season off pace and outta whack, not this show, it sets you up for the whole season, mystery, intrigue and wonder all in one, positively riveting! I am so happy with the performances and editing of this show. At the end of last season I felt that the show's story was sacrificed in order to leave out clues or trails that would lead to a 2nd season because they were not sure they were going to get a 2nd season. This series could now have 5 seasons and maintain it's steam by exploring more and more of the known and unknown life of Da Vinci!
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The series has clearly not lost its touch of holding the viewers attention throughout the entire episode. This first episode for season 2 was very well acted (by all). The change of intro images and Leonardo Da Vinci's attitude portray very well how the season will (I'm guessing) be darker than the previous one which still had it's few jokes as Da Vinci wittily showed. The character, Da Vinci (Tom Riley) has a more intense and sinister sense around him in this first episode which I think Riley performs excellently. Lara Pulver (Clarice Orsini) displays the desperation and love for her missing (and possibly dead) husband (Lorenzo Medici)incredibly well. I think there's a clear change in Lucrezia Donati's attitude and behavior compared to her character in season 1. It's clearly developed into a more serious one in this season. Overall the episode was amazing. It was worth the wait for this season since we've received such a good continuation and it is obvious that Da Vinci's Demons used the time well .
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