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It's wonderful! So funny! Each episode is taught a new leson to us, that we can take to our lifes! The actors and actresses are really specials! They do them work so good, nobody could replace them, principally the protagonist Selena Gomez, she's really one of the best actresses in her generation! I really think this is the best program from this channel… Full Review »
Entertaining. There's a lot to tap in to during this time period. Love how open the possibilities felt at the time.
It does feel like they stretched some of the episodes for content. I'd expect them to do that during a later season, but they should really try to get the density up even more during the next season.
Could be an extremely exciting series.… Full Review »
Many viewers may take the show as an interesting political satire of U.S.'s foreign policies in the Middle East. The first few episodes may have received criticism for appearing shallow: Bassam Al-Fayeed the prodigal son of the country's ruler, returns home from his self-exile in the U.S., waving the freedom flag, and things more or less move in his favor. The perceived shallowness there may have been intended, to mirror Bassam's own biased perception of his home country. As the first season closes, the show starts to reveal the flaws in Bassam's naivete and self-righteousness; and that things are much more complex than he had originally anticipated. Definitely recommend sticking around for at least the whole first season.… Full Review »