HBO's Lovecraft Country Spellbinds Viewers with Tales as Empowering as They Are Horrific

HBO's Lovecraft Country Spellbinds Viewers with Tales as Empowering as They Are Horrific
Certain TV shows come out and comment on the times we live in. They are meant to be social statements on our world and society as a whole. A great example of this would be All In the Family. That show, with its social statements and satiric look at the culture of the 1970s, made a statement by virtue of the fact that it was so timely.

Other shows come out and then take a little longer to catch fire. People loved Breaking Bad but it wasn't until that show landed on Netflix that it's greatness, streamability, and the power of what television could be, really caught fire. Sure, HBO's The Sopranos gave us vicious TV the likes of which we'd never seen before, but Breaking Bad opened the floodgates to a wealth of TV that we didn't even know we wanted... but sorely needed.

Then there's a show like Lovecraft Country.
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