While, like most M. Night Shymalan productions, you have to wait till the end for things to get good, Servant season 2 will make you interested in a 3rd season.
Browsing: Mixed (Stick Around)
You can see potential in the future, but it is hard to tell if you’re being optimistic or the series just needs time to flesh everything out.
Tribes of Europa does well in getting you interested in a post-apocalypse Europe, but more so in how the world and cultures shifted than its characters.
Despite the show being called Millennials, most of the jokes will feel very much rooted in the 90s – especially considering how politically incorrect they are.
It’s A Sin does deserve points for slightly altering the narrative regarding the AIDS pandemic’s early years, but eventually, it’ll feel like more of the same.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comes to an end, and, honestly, you’re reminded more so of where the series went wrong than what it did right.
Bridgerton on its surface can be breezy and a quick watch. However, if you choose to analyze it, it can be far deeper than a girl finding love in a newly diverse world.
Adachi and Shimamura takes the slow and steady approach to love. Thus giving you something which may feel annoyingly slow at times, but often authentic.
While “Raised By Wolves” starts off with so much promise, by the end of season 1, nearly every bit of its potential is lost.
While “Rent A Girlfriend” began with the possibility of being more than another male fantasy anime, it shifts to being what was expected.
While P-Valley takes a while to get its groove, and has misplaced focus with its characters, by the end you’re hooked.