Week of crossover in which, between all sets of Shondaland, Grey's Anatomy is the one that has benefited less storyline and characters from crossing worlds usually separated.
It seems strange and yet it's been three years since Justin Keating appeared on our screens; the first season of HTGAWM was a great revelation, the second confirmation, the third was the trait-d'union between early college-style drama and what we see now in season four, that is an adult legal drama for all purposes. At least the intent.
Everything had worked perfectly in recent episodes is largely forgotten and forgiven in the light of this season finale: unexpected plot plain, all concentrated in a few minutes, report immediately Murder to his initial glory.
With Annalise finally free (più o meno) reflect the power games and intrigues to see who can get away with it, and I must say that the last few minutes of the episode have found that pace and suspense that lately in short supply.
Finally back a little’ of pace in episodes of Murder: After the destructive spiral of Annalise in prison and the failure of all attempts to repair the situation, you begin to glimpse a ray.
Annalise's arrest was only the beginning of his fall: After two seasons in which we have seen handle it with impunity at every opportunity, This time is going to bottom, more and more.
After the great winter finale, We revealed the identity of the dead during the fire (HI HI Wes), Murder returns with an episode less shocking for content but not for the surrender of its actors.
The 2016 It was a rich year for tv series, as always we offer lots of products of excellent quality; to sum up the year going to end, We offer you our personal ranking of the flagships of television.
L ’ I mentioned several times in the course of ’ last year, Yet it is worth pointing out once again the enviable ability to Murder to find continual inspiration from a single texture, even when it looked exhausted, holding standing entire seasons on the same storyline without ever falling into repetitiveness.