Kathryn and Caden prepare to step up their attack against Max, they protecting others who may get caught in Max's line of fire, getting rid of anyone who may be spying on his behalf whether that be ...
Modern Shakespearean story. It gets better as the episodes go by
I don't understand the harsh reviews. It is a solid show, with a heavy, intense, highly dramatic and climactic story where intrafamilial, transgenerational drama intertwins with high politics, high media and high-tech espionage.
Although the first episodes seem a bit too excessive and complex, as the chapters go by the dust sets a little and you start to get where this comes from, although not where it goes (I am on chapter 5 so far).
The performances are really intense and brilliant (McCrory is a shining actress), and yes, sometimes it gets a bit over the top, but the story is a modern Shakespearean drama, with a monstrous father who has also been a victim and is keen on creating an improved version of a young monster in his own adult child.
I have found it to be intriguing, passionate and well paced.
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