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100% Loving this show!

Discussion in 'Mr. Mercedes' started by DocPain, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. DocPain

    DocPain Member

    Sad that we are coming up on the final few episodes for this season. I'm really hoping they maintain the same quality in the upcoming season(s).
     
  2. Paddy C

    Paddy C Well-Known Member

    We've only got as far as the third episode here but it really is a great series.
     
  3. GNTLGNT

    GNTLGNT The idiot is IN

    ...I truly hope there IS no second season.....wrap it up now...it's a finite story...keep the quality high and call it good....
     
  4. Out of Order

    Out of Order PS I Love You

    A few episodes behind, but loving it too!
     
  5. Paddy C

    Paddy C Well-Known Member

    I can't help thinking of Under The Dome. I persevered with that til the end of season one but didn't even consider it after that. It's one of my favourite books but the adaptation did nothing for me.

    Mr. Mercedes is far better as it seems to be sticking to the source so far but don't want to see it go off on a tangent.
     
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  6. DocPain

    DocPain Member

    Agreed on Under the Dome.

    Another that comes to mind is the Mist, maybe a better story with more likeable characters though.
     
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  7. melindaville

    melindaville Well-Known Member

    I loved the first season of UTD but then I got lost about halfway through the second season and stopped watching. I will always love the book but that's true of all of King's books. There are several movies that I feel didn't do his books justice. Lately, with him as the EP, I think it helps keep his vision in tact.

    As for the rest of the trilogy? I say, bring it on, with the same cast (when possible) and crew.
     
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