Episode 4 is a shift from the preceding episodes due to the events that have taken place. I again have to say that I don’t understand why the critics hate this show.
There is certainly more action to be had this time around. I can only conclude that expectations didn’t expect the slow burn of this show.
Each episode is proving better than the last. We get some pre-show descriptions that were quite welcome.
We get some good action sequences that would’ve been better served by less slow-mo. Most of the corporate stuff takes a backseat this time around. It’s a good change of pace.
I’m getting excited. Every episode is an improvement. Some of the choreography still needs work though.
All in all, things are looking up.