The Walking Dead continues to knock it out of the park with these smaller, more character focused episodes. I read opinions online complaining about the lack of a wider cast, about each of this COVID-19 episodes only featuring a handful of characters. And I get that, I too miss the season 5 days when all of the 20+ central cast members were interacting together. But these unfortunate precautions have meant large casts aren’t feasible, which has forced the writers to turn inwards and instead make these smaller but much more tightly scripted episodes. ‘One More’ follows the high standards set by the previous two episodes. It’s one of the smallest episodes in the history of TWD yet it’s also one of the most engaging.
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The best show on television, Noah Hawley’s Legion, wraps up this week. The fantastic show has been consistently one of the best things on television, well, ever.
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With some brilliant direction, performances, and music, the penultimate episode of FX’s X-Men spin off was a series high point in an already fantastic series.
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Another week, another fantastic episode of Marvel and FX’s Legion.
Show runner Noah Hawley and director Hiro Murai deliver what might be the series’ bottle episode, but don’t let that put you off – the show is as brilliant as ever.
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The latest chapter of Noah Hawley’s Legion is a fantastic and trippy trek through the havok left in David’s path.
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Legion’s fourth chapter was once again another superb episode of television.
This week saw the introduction of possibly the show greatest character yet; Jemaine Clement’s long lost astral plane explorer Oliver Bird.
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The show slows down a bit but doesn’t lose any of it’s quality. A closer look at David and his powers answers some questions and raises some others. Great performances bolster an already stellar script and the direction is like nothing else on TV.
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