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This had such potential, and I was really looking forward to it. Good actors, better than usual production, multi-layered back story. Then they ruin it with cliché and lazy story telling. To make a good series you can't use plot links from movies, such as the bad guys being in total control and the good guys making all the mistakes as it gets boring very quickly. Although suspension of disbelief is a given in science fiction, not when it comes to the behaviour of characters, as it just makes them seem exceedingly stupid and the viewer will stop empathising. The first couple of times I gave the benefit of the doubt as this series had such potential, but then I just got frustrated and irritated by the crap script... It makes me wonder whether those managing such a project simply think the viewer is as stupid as the characters they present us with... underestimating the viewer will only lead to failure... a damn shame!
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