Season 1 and 2 gave us multiple storylines and sympathetic characters, and Season 2's ending left me wanting more. After the first 3 episodes of Season 3, I couldn't be more bored. Slow, confusing, and completely unbelievable storyline. And that blond wig is so God-awful that I want to rip it off Anna Friel's head. Spare me the rest of Season 3. I'll watch reruns of mediocre shows before returning to this.
Sweet Magnolias (2020– )Sweet and Girly
8 June 2020
This is definitely a show for bffs to bond over. Nice characters with genuine likeability factors but the story offers too many sugar sweet resolutions and too little depth or realism. Jamie Spears is a pleasant surprise in this talented cast.
Designated Survivor (2016–2019)Season 3 Is A Major Disappointment
23 February 2020
Seasons 1 and 2 are network TV at its best --intelligent, fast paced, intriguing, and believable. Both seasons rate 10 stars. When Netflix took over for season 3, it ruined the show by pandering to political correctness, cyber everything, dropping the F word too often, a gay sex scene that goes too far, and turning the storyline into a soap opera haberdashery of boredom that stretches believability to its fullness. Shame on Netflix for ruining a good thing.
Judy (II) (2019)Disappointing
21 February 2020
Call My Agent! (2015– )Charming, Endearing and Funny
31 January 2020
The Eichmann Show (2015 TV Movie)Humbling
20 August 2019
I have watched this several times, each viewing leaves me silent and reflective. Having just finished another viewing and comparing it to today's American political climate, I wonder how much we really learned. Can we take these lessons and reteach them today, or has history become too irrelevant in this world of greed?