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Sorry, I wanted to like it, but...
This show isn't very well done. The "twists" are predictable, the acting so so, the scripts lacking and even ridiculous sometimes. "Tutorial" was the last straw. I grew up on shows like "The Alfred Hitchcock Show" and "The Twilight Zone". I realize it's hard to compete with greatness but this show seams like a bunch of kids got together and thought, with their youthful exuberance and inexperience, "Hey! We can do that." Unfortunately, no, you can't. I hate to be negative but, I have to say, a little more artistry and a lot more experience at the craft is required to make this type of storytelling worth watching.
Addendum: The way I rate shows...
I don't usually review anything less than a 7 because 6 would be a failing grade and I won't waste my time watching it. I'm old; I don't know how much time I've got left. Since I probably turned it off before getting even halfway through, it wouldn't be fair to rate or review it.
7 is watchable but I may go a while between episodes since, though somewhat entertaining, there are other shows more interesting or compelling.
8 would be a regular in my lineup.
9 is a must see and probably bingeable.
10 is just the epitome of superbity and headed for my all-time favorites list.
I'm adding this to my reviews because it seems there are a lot of binary reactions to pretty much everything these days. I am not a like/unlike kind of guy. I see a lot of grays so if I give something a 10 it doesn't mean the only alternative is a 1.
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