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Netflix getting it done again. I really like that we have Amazon and Netflix competing in this space. Nothing but good for the entertainment industry.
Yep, and I don't mind paying for both. Fuel the competition!
I wish I could be excited by this, but I think Netflix kinda killed AD when they brought it back the last time. The plot and execution was terrible and off-brand.
I highly recommend going back and rewatching it if you get a chance. I initially hated the 4th season of AD at first, but upon a second viewing, after knowing how the story arcs eventually intersect, I was able to appreciate the little details a lot more.
I will say, the "Method One Acting Clinic" storyline made me laugh, a lot.
Then I felt really bad about myself.
There's certainly something to be said for letting a classic stay a classic. I guess the reasoning is probably more that it's a proven moneymaker, which drives more decisions than anything in Hollywood these days.
If they can afford to have all the actors in the same place at the same time, I'll bite.
That's pretty much how I feel.
Yeah, I would much prefer they work with the actors' schedules to keep them together in more scenes. I do give the developers kudos for coming up with a creative solution to that problem during season 4, and I liked it well enough, but I liked seasons 1-3 better.
That said, I'll look forward to a new season regardless, even if I now constantly mix up Lucille Bluth and Mallory Archer. :)
Yeah, the chemistry of the cast was the best part of 1-3.
I'm with elsueco on this one, but hopefully they bring it with the caliber of House of Cards and Marco Polo.
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