A bit better tonight without the Brody girl.
Feeling equally...well, equally unsure. Loved the previous ones, as a telly snob who rarely finds anything that holds my attention.
I am uptodate with America and I too was getting a bit frustrated but Brody was actually in the last one I watched and it seems to be finally moving along, though I am still baffled as to how the story will develop.
I feel that this is the problem that a lot of these series suffer from; the first series had a clearly defined premise ("is he a traitor or is he not?") but once that was dealt with, they had to stretch the story out or take it in a new direction, series 2 stretched it out and managed it pretty well, thought it wasn't as good as the first series in my opinion. It'll be interesting to see where this one goes, and Homeland has always been a bit of a slow-burner rather than in-your-face instant plotlines, but I just hope it doesn't end up just going over the same ground again. It has done so far with re-visiting Carrie's mental illness.
I have just watched E4 and believe me, the tempo has just picked up!
Just watched 4th episode, WOW! The sneaky buggers!
Just run out of stuff to watch so might give this a go
Thanks for the that! I've watched the first 3 episodes and was about to give up on it.
Bloody hell this is slow
I won't spoil, tune in tonight. I think it might gain a pit of pace now.
You call this exciting? It's got more tedious each episode imho. Not helped by Carrie being one of the most annoying characters I've seen in a while. There was at least something slightly creative in the first series, what with the all-American soldier boy turned terrorist. But the moment he couldn't press the button when with the president it all got a bit predictable.
cheers mate for the spoiler might as well not watch the rest of the first season
Sorry, but I've probably done you a favour. Invest too much time in it and you're obliged to watch the whole thing.
Problem is now I have watched the first half of season 1 its gonna iritate me if I don't finish the first season
Def thought it was going way downhill until the end of tonights episode. Brilliant twist!
Hurrah told you so, its been a good show and I think it will deliver
Cynical at best. Credit to them for the twist....but you have to sit through 58 minutes of dross (and adverts) to get to the revealed masterplan. Pause for a moment and think of all the utterly improbable events that needed to occur to get to that point and Thunderbirds was more believable.
> You call this exciting? It's got more tedious each episode imho. Not helped by Carrie being one of the most annoying characters I've seen in a while. There was at least something slightly creative in the first series, what with the all-American soldier boy turned terrorist. But the moment he couldn't press the button when with the president it all got a bit predictable.
I enjoyed the first series, but if they'd have finished it with Brodie hitting the button it would have been much, much better.
Elsewhere on the site
WINTERFEST 2014 at Outside in Hathersage 6th and 7th December 2014 Outside's ever popular Winterfest event is back... Read more
If asked to name a British female climber who stood out at a time when British women's climbing wasn't... Read more
Nick Livesey discovered the mountains of Snowdonia over a decade ago and finally moved there a year and a half ago, quitting a... Read more
A product review by James Turnbull. James Turnbull at Outside recently took the new Osprey Mutant 38 on a rigorous test in the... Read more
2014 has been a bumper year for climbing publications. Here's a few of the ones that we have either read, or ones that we... Read more