TV Series - they start off so well, and they pull in the viewers, and then the makers spoil it. Instead of rounding off with a great conclusion, they introduce a twist, and then another, and then another, and that's when it begins to make no sense at all. Viewers abandon it.
'The Dome.' What an intriguing premise - an impermeable dome that suddenly envelops a whole town, isolating it from the rest of the world. I did start watching that, and enjoyed the first season, though quite annoyed when the 'finale' was no finale at all.
I decided not to bother with it any more, and so I'm not at all sure what happened - was there a second season that started, and then was chopped because its ratings were too poor?
What particularly provoked this complaint is an advertisement for a show that I've never actually watched - 'The Good Wife.' It seems it's to have 'a shocking twist that nobody will see coming.' I've come to know that when a TV series says there's to be a twist, it means something like an attempt to breathe new life into the dying.
Maybe the twist is that they're all going to turn into zombies?
'I've Been Deader,' by Adam Sifre.
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