- 31% Drama
- 12% Crime
- 8% Comedy
- 8% Action
- 7% Thriller
- 6% Science-Fiction
- 28% Others
Excellent Thriller by #HarlanCoben, one of several adaptations from his brilliant novels. Even though, like many British television series, the seasons are more succinct, usually anywhere from 2 to 6 episodes in length, the #Safe tv series is full of 8 highly bingeable episodes (#BingeableTV). And although I thoroughly enjoy British television series (BritishTVSeries), I am uncertain as to whether or not the producers are intelligent for wrapping up a series in a single season, without the expectation of a second season, or if the writers are incompetent. This series had terrific acting, was thrilling and suspenseful, and the story, sub-stories and plot are all resolved at the end of the series. If I were a producer (#IfIWasA), I would insist that the writing team keep the plot lines seemingly intertwined through at least the first half of the season which would allow for a second season. I guess my question is, what does a television production company, such as the #BBC and #SkyOne write themselves into a corner? What would a series have to lose if the viewers and fans demanded a second season? After the #StoryArc is completed, where would a series go from here? Either way, without question, worth a watch.
#Sweetbitter is a gritty and entertaining, coming of age, television series, filled with plenty of believable drama. Since it takes place in #NYC, the story is full of nightlife entertainment, as well as providing a terrific backdrop for filming. #EllaPurnell is gorgeous and an undeniably great actress, amongst her fellow cast mates. Highly recommend this series, as it is only six episodes, with plenty of story left for at least a second season.
A great series to binge watch. For some reason, the first couple of episodes originally made me skip to watching another series, as I was comparing #Blindspot to #TheBlacklist, which at the time seemed like a better produced tv series. However, after rewatching the first three episodes, I finally began to realize what a brilliantly written show this is, not to mention the incomparable acting and cast of characters. If, for some reason, you are on the fence about getting into watching Blindspot, do not hesitate. I am almost done watching season 3, and absolutely cannot wait for season 4 to begin airing. If you like plot twists and turns, in addition to attempting to decode riddles inside of riddles, you can’t go wrong with the general premise and precursor of this brilliant #NBC Series.
**CONTAINS SPOILERS** Excellent Season and Series Finale. Although many people likened #Deception to #Castle, I too thought the same thing, that is until just the end of the Pilot Episode, when I knew this series would be different. Too bad #ABC, along with all of the other Networks, can’t seem to understand the simple fact that their viewership ratings should no longer be symbiotically associated with the old #Nielsens Rating company. Like it or not, we now live in a digital world. This means that there are much more effective ways of measuring success. To be honest, as long as I have been a purveyor of fine television, I have never known anyone who actually is represented by having a Nielsen’s analytics device in their home. Perhaps it is just me, but that concept made perfect sense in the days of analog. Now we have DVR’s, which I would presume can tell a lot of information about viewing habits, along with #RottenTomatoes, Google, not to mention all of the online streaming websites, which can be easily measured using Alexa Search Results, in addition to Big Query, which allows persons to online databases, full of information, so,e of which are a Free Service. However, I digress. There was an excellent article from #EntertainmentWeekly #EW, which exlains Deception Showrunner, Chris Fedak #ChrisFedak explained what would have happened in Season 2, had ABC Television Network decided to finally listen to what people, the general public, have to say. Until they decide to wise-up and decide to keep shows around longer than a season, the article below will offer some proof of concept for season 2, which actually sounds ostensiby better than the first, and last, season of Deception.