Usually when a show changes its main characters frequently everyone calls it out for being a sell out and ruining the franchise, Doctor Who seems to be totally void of these criticisms. We are in the eighth series of the reboot and we are already on our fourth Doctor (fifth companion) normally this would be a disaster for a series but Doctor Who is a pretty unique show (and seeing as Matt Smith was the last Doctor and was a pretty hopeless David Tennant wannabe clone) seemingly avoiding standard TV idioms.
Falling Skies has been running for four years now and humanity is still struggling along against the might of the Espheni invaders. However after the introduction of the Volm and the apparent turnaround of season 3 things were looking up for the 2nd Mass, so how did season 4 go? Only one way to find out by reading on. Spoilers are included.
I’m not sure that Marvel’s Agents of Shield was ever going to be able to be successful, unless it was one of the best shows on TV, because the natural hype for Marvel’s jump into the TV ranks was humungous. If you’ve watched the show (and if you’re reading this you should have because there will be spoilers) then you already know that it failed to live up to those expectations and was a massive disappointment.