Season 1 was pretty good. Not great, but it had some interesting characters, a few mysteries and surprises, and a genuine dilemma-should the heroine be loyal to her sleazy, drug-dealing family members, despite the fact that they are endangering her and her kids, or cooperate with police?
Sadly, while the dilemma of Season 1 had some internal logic, Season 2 completely "jumps the shark" and defies plausibility. By Episode 3, you may want to through your remote at the TV screen.
You would have to have complete amnesia about Season 1 to believe the behavior of the characters in Season 2. I wish they had just ended the series. Or if it had to keep going, start over with a completely fresh and different situation rather than asking us to accept absurd plot developments. I have no idea what Season 3 or 4 are like, because I just couldn't get past Season 2.
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