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Way above average murder mystery, great cast, excellent writing
This is a way-above average Cable TV murder mystery drama, with an excellent cast, very solid writing and an intriguing plot. I would have expected FX or AMC to carry this (or one of the premium cable channels) and was concerned that, being on WE, it might be pitched primarily to female viewers. Not at all the case. As with most Cable dramas, far too many commercials. Most of the lead characters are multi-dimensional and credible and the villains are juicy! The finale was especially good. Without wanting to include any spoilers, I'll say that we will miss some of the characters who 'depart' late in season one. The WE network definitely should renew The Divide for a second (and third) season.
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