1. notleia says:

    Sounds like however ambitious they were, the producers just didn’t plan this series out well. I can appreciate a slow build, but the audience has to want to stick around for sixteen episodes before shizz gets really real. But I’ll have to wait for it to come out on Netflix before I can really dissect it, but if it’s that blah for sixteen episodes, why bother?

    But I’m curious how they played Agent Judas out. We apparently weren’t really supposed to get attached, but I think we’d need to have some sort of regard for the character or else the double-cross falls flat, feels-wise. So he’s not chummy-chum, but are we at least supposed to respect his skills and accomplishments?

What do you think?