Empire rules, bigger and badder than ever. If anyone thought Fox's breakout hit was over the top last season, the second-season premiere on Wednesday, Sept. 23, has so much murder and intrigue that it makes what's come before look as tame as C-SPAN.
Well acted for a show on FOX... intense storyline and decent music. I know a lot of people probably don't like the music, but for a show that gets this little production time, they nailed. Terrence Howard continues to impress me, and I can't wait to see what crazy stuff he initiates next.
This is one amazing show. The writing is absolutely superb! They subtly tackle worldwide issues but also look into the little everyday issues that can affect a family, especially once money is involved. While I am not a big Terrance Howard fan, the rest of the acting crew is absolutely amazing. the musical original scores are definitely the best of any show on tv.
The first season of the wildly popular Fox dramarama was soapy in all the right ways, but, like the best soaps, teetered between being, like, the greatest and a big mess. This season walks the same precarious path.
Simultaneously refined and deliciously pulpy, Fox's mega-hit Empire roars back to life in its second year, with all the brand-specific viciousness and gasp-earning twists fans have come to expect from the Lyons.
That quest to crown a new king at Lyon’s Empire Music gave the show a goal to drive toward, something that’s lacking through the first three episodes of season two now that Lucious’ condition turned out to be a misdiagnosis.
Empire is back for Season 2, and it's just as good as it was in Season 1. So ... it's not particularly good at all. Just because it's a soap opera doesn't excuse bad writing. And 13 episodes into Empire, the plots are already repetitive and--quite frankly--boring.
absolutely adored the first 3 /4's of series one , then it slowly went downhill. The second series is just ridiculous. ranging from ridiculous scenes to poor acting. needless to say i wont be watching it.
moving right along.. nothing to see here folks. just your stereotypical black tv series with an endless supply of product placements and of course the usual racism constantly being spat upon the viewer. awesome. just what the world needs in 2015... more corporate materialism and segregative race hating. NEXT.