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Has to be one of the most disappointing things we've experienced in years, politics aside.
Found Season One to be intriguing, inventive, VERY well acted, well written and pretty original.
Season Two is virtually the opposite.
It boggles the mind how a series that was SO satisfying could swing 180 degrees so quickly.
Save yourselves the time and watch something else.
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination"-Michael McClure
You mean Goliath, of course... but the problem is pervasive.
One can just look at Fauda. The first season was OK, but the second one is just pure boring, tedious something.
I haven't yet watched the second season of Galiath, but I am not too optimistic.
(let alone pervasive) as there have been quite a few series that started good and actually became better
as the writers/directors and actors settled into the groove.
Quite a few of those actually ended up as quite stellar (pretty much the usual suspects).
A recent example would be Fargo.
Some other series would make it through 2-3 Seasons before starting to get... shaky.
Season One of Goliath had much to offer in creating satisfying entertainment.
Seems that was all sucked out and the husk of what was left became Season Two.
You're better off just skipping Season Two and spending your time doing almost anything else.
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination" -Michael McClure
My general impression has been that they all start losing at some point, but then I don't watch too many of them.
Remember what they say about writing a book: Everyone has a book in them and that, in most cases, is where it should stay.
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