Ugh, no. They fucked it up. I don't know one person who wants to see this.
Now you do know someone.
Another one the clueless critics overpraised, and then it flopped with viewers. And that woman is so homely.
Me too. I would love to see more.
Don't threaten me
I was thinking about this show the other day. I never had an issue with it, I loved the actors, the rainy, gloomy Seattle locale and the Rosie Larsen murder mystery. I miss the show and hope it does come back.
I always thought it odd that so many posters on here bitched endlessly about the show and picked it to death, when it was one of the best things on TV.
They never went after terrible shows with the same vengeance.
I just started watching this show tonight. So far, I watched the 2 hour pilot episode and I like it, even though I have no idea where it's heading.
If it was so great, it wouldn't have gotten cancelled after two seasons, and be begging for a Netflix season now. The Emmys snubbed homely girl after giving her a nom for the first season. The critics ended up with egg on their face with this one, similar to their overpraise of the dud "Nashville" this year.
Well don't read the link r9, it's got a crucial spoiler.
I don't care how Enos looks. She's excellent. I've had more than enough of pretty faces that can't act.
The only thing I didn't like was how long it took to find out the killer. In order to make that happen, they wandered all over the map and some of that wasn't necessary. And they kept lying. If they'd said from the beginning it would take two seasons there would have been problems but saying it would be solved at the end then early in the second only to have it go two seasons was annoying.
I agree with that. One murder investigation that stretched over two seasons was too much.
R13 has a point--the 2nd season meandered all over the place, with plotlines just dropping in & out of the episodes. Too much atmosphere/mood, very little development.
Still thought the season/series finale reveal was great--but by that time, the audience ceased to be interested.