Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Happy Series Season readers!!!!!!!!! My review of Madam Secretary and The Good Wife

Fall is here again and we all know what that means, it means we get to see the comeback of our favorites, mourning of the shows we lost and introduction of new shows. I for one I'm looking forward to everything they have to offer me. 

And to kick off my wishlist, I started by watching a few of them yesterday and let me tell you this, I really hope there are more ahead because I like what I've seen so far.

Honestly, I was hoping this show will be similar to West Wing and I was right. This show has the potential to be great with all the right components such as the conspiracy, the white house drama, the rescue mission and above all, The head strong woman that doesn't take no for an answer. This show will give you the view of what it's like to be the secretary of state. The only problem I have with the show is her family's portrayal. There is possibility that as the show goes on, the importance of the family will be emphasized but presently, this show shows the same handicap Tyrant had. The strength of each episode will depend on how well the actors and actresses can portray their characters. They need to let us feel what they feel and see what they see. But I like it eitherway so it gets a yay from me.

The Good Wife

This season started with a crime or business as usual as I will call it but the twist is that this time, Cary is the scapegoat. Cary was picked up for something he might or might not have done *still not so sure of that* but the difference is that he was charged with a different crime so that he can turn on a client and said client just happens to be the most feared drug-lord in the county *duhn duhn duhn*. His bail was raised so high that it is almost impossible to get him out of jail and to top it up, his useless father didn't want to donate and said he only had $8,000 out of $1.3 million.
This Episode like every other one before it was left at a cliffhanger and I can't wait for the next one. 

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