I only watched the first season. Every. Single. Episode. Melissa Benoist and David Harewood were well-cast; they were the only bright spots in a black hole of terrible characterization, storytelling, and casting.
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"I still regard Jesus Christ today as the chief focus of my perspective on God but not to the exclusion of other religious perspectives. God's reality is not bound by one manifestation of the divine in Jesus but can be found wherever people are being empowered to fight for freedom. Life-giving power for the poor and the oppressed is the primary criterion that we must use to judge the adequacy of our theology, not abstract concepts."
I feel like the series got better once it moved to the CW with Season 2.
It does fall into the CW Trap a lot with the constant melodrama of the characters relationships. Like all of their DC shows, it feels like they ebb and flow between brilliant and low budget soap opera.
Post by Batflunkie on May 21, 2020 18:14:37 GMT -5
Watched the first episode via Netflix. Really liked it, reminded me a little bit of CW's The Flash in terms of the monologue and overall feeling of hope
"I trust that a certain knowledge of popular culture will provide a reassuring familiarity in an otherwise strange and hostile environment."~ Charlie, The Last American #1 "Only by studying the past will I learn why the present is, to me, so totally unendurable."~ Norrin Radd, Silver Surfer, V1, #1
The upcoming 6th season will be the last. I am not surprised for several reasons. It feels redundant with the new Superman & Lois show. I feel the show fell apart in the 3rd season. It became too "preachy". Seasons that should have been 13-16 episodes padded to fit a 22-23 episode season. And the Crisis crossover "hurt" this show the most with changes that negated past stories.