Well after struggling through three seasons we couldn't take it any longer. This poorly written movie needed to be put out of it misery so we skipped the last two seasons and watched the last two episodes. Left with that feeling you get when you escape a pushy car salesman on a hot summers day. You know the ones that pull the switch and bait. Its akin to taking a teaspoon of peanut butter and trying to get it to cover a whole loaf of wheat bread. In the end they were just killing time trying to be cute. We are happy Bosch has one more season.....now there is a movie done right.
Great show, love how each episode has it's own gimick, like the team escaping a rural town run by corrupt cops, or the team accidentally getting involved in a school shooting. The camerawork is great, and it adds to the show's overall style. It's a small thing, but I love the gigantic timestamps, like the TWO WEEKS LATER towards the start of 201... combine all that with some mediocre action, a huge overarching plot that still affects every single character in the show, and some excellent acting and you get one of the best procedural FBI drama shows ever produced. If you're like me and don't want to deal with NBC's cesspool they call an app, all the seasons of Blindspot are on Hulu right now, and depending where you are, Netflix as well.
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This show is amazing. A lot of really good characters, action, drama, mystery. But the male lead is very difficult to watch and listen to. And I'm worried that this show is going to end up being another generic case of the week show, instead of moving forward with its storyline and realizing its immense potential to become something truly phenomenal. I love this show. But come on it could be a hell of a lot better than it is right now. Starting with recasting Kurt Weller. And getting further development on the characters and central mystery
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