Season one was decidedly a series for those who were either predisposed toward religiosity or those who had been raised with a heavy religious element in their backgrounds. It was a show that seemed to take place in a world where some sort of god had made his or her presence known, suddenly and violently. And if you were agnostic or atheist, it could be hard to hop on board that train (though, of course, not impossible).Kevin and John might have more in common than they think they do.
For (), there were seemingly four people who couldn&apost stand it, who found its mood of ultra-despair over the top and laughable. Yeah, these detractors argued, 2 percent of the world&aposs population had disappeared, but did the show need to be about how everybody was all the time? And there were just as many who respected what the show was doing but simply couldn&apost watch it, since it was .In its first season, HBO&aposs supernatural family drama was an acquired taste, to put it mildly.
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