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I was looking forward to catching this show due to the high-caliber cast, but I have been disappointed with the series itself. As much as I love the veteran actors within this show, it seems violently over-the-top. There's too many villains, lacking in hero/heroines. The main story line feels like a stretch, & the side story lines are not compelling. How many serial killers & stabbings can you fit into 45-minutes?...The violence seems more for shock value rather than genuine to the plot. How many super models can join a murderous cult? Great-looking actors, however, unbelievable roles. I just can't "follow it", sorry Kevin Bacon!
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