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Mittie 1 year ago
The TV show must be defined with a limited numbers of seasons, this will be much better for the writers, actors and viewers.
TV shows with 15, 16 or more seasons makes no sense !
       
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Woody 1 year ago
Mittie,

Say that to the simpsons. Shows get more seasons if the financial backing can be convinced... and their tastes don't care about story needs, charactor roles, or anything else.
       
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Minnie 1 year ago
I saw none of them. I should give up my life and spend more time in front of tv.
       
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Vicky 1 year ago
There was a series called “Designated Survivor” with Kiefer Sutherland that was really good for about 1.75 seasons - and then it was like they flipped a switch and it became trash. They introduced all kinds of liberal garbage when previously the series was politically agnostic. The producers definitely wanted their political agenda in the script. Needless to say it didn’t last long after that - not many viewers want to see a parade of homosexuals.
       
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Lyddy 1 year ago
#1 I think I stuck with TWD until Rick exited then I walked away. The show was already on an unstoppable downward spiral long before that point. It became the same shambolic formula of x amount of peril (involving characters you know wouldn't die) a lot of standing around, 5 minutes of story progression and then the credits.
       
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Zolly 1 year ago
Amazing - all good films seems to be from the US (sarcasm cannot be ruled out)
       
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Adele 1 year ago
Lost.
By the 3rd season it was merely tedious.
       
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Vince 1 year ago
#1 When they started killing main characters in the dumbest ways and for no reason but shock. Hershel, Beth and Glenn. Then the whole look at the flowers when they kill the kid. Killing humans became too easy and the walker threat was a secondary threat to other humans. Might have been how the source comic was but that is not how the TV show was marketed to those unfamiliar to the comic.
       
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toolfanatic said: "Breaking Bad. It was great for the first several full rewatches, unwatchable after I lost my phone and my computer and TV broke."

 

 

SassySSS replied: "Hahaha you got me. I was fully ready to be like WHAT Breaking bad is the antithesis of a show that goes off the rails. Just so happen to be deep into a rewatch now after several years and I literally can’t stop saying how more shows need to be like this, the story is so tight and focused. No sprawling casts of new characters or Flanderization of existing characters. The storytelling is so well done, just remarkable television."

 

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