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Life - Season 2

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Miss this TV Series

    LIFE is an engaging, short-lived TV series. I found it both quirky and profound. I actually enjoyed it more the second time around, which surprised me. The series has a slight dip in season 2, but rebounds very well with an exceptional final episode. My favorite episodes of the entire series are the first and last episodes of the series. Enjoy.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    TV's Best Show, reviewed by a detective show lover

    I don't usually watch much TV, but, because I'm a fan of Damian Lewis's previous work, I decided to check out this new show. I've been a diehard follower of Life since the pilot episode. Sadly, the show has been cancelled, with season 2 being its final season. The show's quirky characters, witty lines, dramatic case lines, and frequent comedic incidents makes it interesting from beginning to end. The conspiracy theory of Charlie Crews's jail sentence is a recurring theme throughout the show and helps put the viewer right into Charlie's shoes as he fights to find who killed his friends and who put him in jail for fifteen years. Life is an amazing series that did not receive enough credit. Season two was much better developed than the previous season, but still kept the originality and basic style of season one. Overall, Life is a series that definetely deserves recognition as one of the best TV shows ever created.

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    Posted July 23, 2010

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