its true, you do find bits of yourself in Dex, but nothing is as sexy and as hot as ye ole ice truck killer. i dropped my birthname which was Deborah and I tell you now I can for the first time say I wish I had it back if I could play the part of his sis....oooooh the fun we could have. May this show go on for years - PLEASE > Showtime(CBS)...you dropped "SMITH" which was another luminous TV series - to many of our dismay...PLEASE, keep this one on for a very very long time
I love smart mysteries. I used to watch Columbo, The Nightstalker, McCloud, Hawaii 5-0, Petrocelli, X-Files, Kojak, Rockford Files. I currently watch the Law & Order franchise, Criminal Intent in particular. Robert Goren (played by Vinnie D'Onofrio), for all his annoying tics, is fascinating as the lead detective.
There are no Bobby Goren's to date on "Dexter". It's amazing that these people have careers in law enforcement, especially the musclebound dunderhead who 'has his eyes on' cute but creepy title character Dex (Michael C Hall). It took me awhile to come around to watching this series. I thought it would be another sloppy gorefest like Showtime's recent horror series. But it's smarter than that and the actors make the show compelling, especially Hall in the lead, James Remar as his wonderful cop dad in flashbacks, and Julie Benz as his traumatized girlfriend.
I recently sat riveted to a marathon of the first four episodes, which in themselves completed a mini-series like dramatic arc similar to Helen Mirren's (superior) "Prime Suspect" series. As Hall satisfies his bloodlust by eliminating the scum of the earth (a preachy child killer, an unrepentant DUI manslaughterer, et al), he's challenged by a competitor, one who dissects prostitutes and leaves their bloodless remains all over Miami. But by following Harry's Rules (Harry being his late pop), he doesn't kill indiscriminately. Although he confesses to being heartless, he can control himself enough not to kill -- say -- an annoying neighbor.
I'm really interested in seeing how far that the producers can take this concept, and am looking forward to my next marathon viewing.
Dexter is a serial killer, a forensics expert, and one of the nicest guys you\'d care to meet. Supporting characters include his vulnerable detective sister, his formerly abused girlfriend, various co-workers, and his father in flashbacks.
Dexter has set the new standard for dramatic television. Unlike anything on the networks, it is directed, written and acted at the level of a first-rate movie. Despite being about a serial killer, it is very funny and warm and all the central characters are surprisingly sympathetic and complex. Michael C. Hall in particular gives a truly virtuosic performance. The story develops from episode to episode seamlessly, and we watch Dexter slowly discover just how human he really is. There is no cynicism in the approach this show takes--it cares completely about the characters and their relationships and situations. The progression of the plot is uniquely finite, where things are forced to progress and the nature of the show is bound to transform. Dexter is simultaneously a crime drama, a character study, a comedy, a horror story and a love story. Spread the word.
A long time ago I deemed serial killers as having "shark medicine". I think they are a natural part of the human race, have been with us in history and prehistory, and they are a form of population control and probably tend to be born during times of overpopulation in a given area. That being said, Dexter is an amazing show, the psychological implications of turning serial killers into heroes notwithstanding. The casting is perfection and the show does not rely on cheesecake to make it's ratings. The scripts are brilliant. The only truly hokey thing in the show would be the portrayal of everyone, yes everyone, except the serial killer as being dullards, but even that works here. This is not the show to watch if you have a weak stomach as it is terribly graphic, but for the properly desensitized person I guarantee this is one of the best crime shows you will ever see.
Leave it to SHOWTIME to come up with a true 'orginal'.
This is the kind of series that baits you....and you can't help but bite on it hook line and sinker. Well written, well casted, well acted...you name it they've have hit it out of the park. I really can't think of another series even close. Hang on...HEROES is a close second...However DEXTER stand alone...and lucky for all of us continues to be more and more gripping. I think it's going to be very interesting to see where they take it in the second season. Look at that...not even the first season and I am talking about the seconds season already....that has to be a very good sign.
Though I have not read the novel 'Darkly Dreaming Dexter' on which this series is based, I can already say it is a brilliantly constructed piece of a TV series.
It's the story about Dexter. Daytime he works as a forensic analyst for blood splatters, but at night time he puts his serial-killing urges to 'a good cause'. He sure is a psychopath for sure, trying to 'redeem' himself by only killing people who somehow slipped through the system. A vigilante, so to say. The common denominator in both his professions is his love and fascination for blood. For the police, he helps to solve new crimes every episode by artistically recreating the story of every single blood splatter, and for himself and his urges he picks out flawed people who think they committed the perfect crime.
This season follows our 'hero' through his encounter with a like-minded individual, called 'The Ice Truck Killer', playing a morbid game of catch and tag with chopped up bodies.
The series also follows many other characters closely related to Dexter. His foul-mouthed foster-sister Debra is closely involved in the Ice Truck Killer case and the only thing he has close to a family. Rita is Dexter's girl-friend, damaged by her prior marriage and quite a match for him. Many other characters work together with Dexter and his sister at the police office and are always good for a laugh.
The morbid style and humor of this series is closely related to 'Six Feet Under' where Michael C. Hall, who plays our Dexter, starred as Nathaniels gay brother. Like SFU took a step beyond your usual forensic crime series by showing the fuctions and disfunctions of a family of morticians, 'Dexter' takes it a little bit further by presenting us the other side of the story. Where every serial-killer was eventually to be caught in other series, this story switches sides and gives us a new perspective.
The series itself is brilliantly executed. Dexter's voice as the narrator gives us insight into his inner workings and lets us identify with the character very quickly. Much attention is paid to details in terms of camera operations and directing. Colors and post-production do a great job at creating immersion. Acting is well done, especially by Michael C. Hall and his girl-friend Rita. The synchronization between him and his off-voice as the narrator works really great and is very well executed by the director.
As with most series on Showtime, there's lot's of swearing and dirty language here, too. It's used in a very funny way and even satirical (hope that words fits in english) creative over-use is common. If you don't mind this, watch it; swearing really adds to the atmosphere and the distinction between Dexter and all others here.
I've only given one other show full 10 points, Firefly, so for me this really means, it's great. :)
To think I wasn't going to watch this show, now I cant wait. I tell everyone about it but they keep missing it. I just catch it on demand each week gets better and better. Every character is molded perfectly every week you get something from the plot that you don't expect. If you are not watching this show you are missing out one one of the best shows on TV. You can have that shark jumping sopranos or house, I'll take Dexter. Take your heroes and those housewives give me Dexter. I don't know where the show will go in the next couple of seasons but for there first year it has been great.
When puzzle shows like "Lost" and "Prison Break" begin to faint, the classic murder mystery show returns in new, luxurious packaging! "Dexter" is a really different kind of police thriller. Instead of using the intense pressure of "24" it has gripping dramatic moments and acting and one of the most complex protagonists ever in television.
For is really Dexter a hero? He could as well be a antagonist of sorts, as his behaviour wakes questions in our minds of what is right and wrong in our world. Is he a nice guy, or in fact as cold-blooded as the people he hunt.
I like it that the novel "Darkly Dreaming Dexter" was made into a series, for a movie adaptation would have been far to short to let the characters and the story evolve accordingly.
I have to say that I was not quite sure of this show at first. I have to admit I skipped the first few episodes. I could not see that this show could be good. a serial killer that works for the law enforcement? It did not seem to me that I would be comfortable watching it. My boyfriend loved it so much he went out and bought the book. So I thought myabe i couold give it a chance. It so happened to have a marathon on showtime. So I watched the entire season up to know. I loved it. This show goes into a whole new world of right and wrong. I also didnt think I could think of Dexter as anyone but, the gay guy in Six feet under. No way he is HOT and plays his role perfectly
Well, definitely the biggest hit of 2006, and one of the best shows. EVER created.
This is no joke. I recommend EVERYONE to watch... just the pilot. You'll get hooked. You say you dislike this show? Well, then I suggest you watch American Idol.
This show is... original. It's not another CSI rip off. The hero of the show isn't neccesserely 'good'. And, the episodes may not end the way you'd except that. Dexter is about a serial killer, called Dexter. He kills, because he NEEDS to do that. If he didn't kill, then he would be better off by commiting suicide. Why? Because he's empty. Empty inside. No feelings. No emotions. He's just pretending. And that's where the story begins... tons of subplots, and one big mystery for the whole season. That's great, I tell you.
I've never enjoyed a show much like this since 'LOST'. Actually, Dexter is quite similiar to Lost in many aspects. The main mystery is getting more and more complicated as we advance, and we only get little pieces of puzzle per episode. But that is why it's so great! Not to mention the occasional flashbacks we get. They're brill. They help us to understand the character of Dexter.
All in all, this is a must watch. Trust me. Oh, and it's not gory. Well, not *that* gory. So that shouldn't be a problem.
Dexter Morgan is a Miami-based blood splatter expert who doesn't just solve murders; he commits them too. In fact, he's a serial killer -- but he only murders the guilty, so he feels quite justified with his lifestyle choices. His girlfriend, his policewoman sister and his cop co-workers have no idea Dexter lives a double life; however, adoptive father Harry knows his secret, and has in fact helped Dexter hone his "skills." It's a unique brand of justice that charming, seemingly-mundane Dexter feels a psychological hunger for.
Dexter is a wonderful show, it is well written and has a great cast. I love Michael C. Hall and he is perfect for this show he has a creepy look to him but you can’t help but to like him. Dexter is a blood splatter analyst who works for the police department, but he is also a serial killer dedicated to murdering criminals the cops can’t catch. This show has become one of my all-time favorites in just a few weeks. I never miss an episode and I can’t wait for more of this show. I am really looking forward to the second season.
Dexter Morgan, blood spatter expert for the Miami Police and a serial killer. It's a very interesting concept although I feel a bit wierd in that I love Dexter's character even though he's completely deranged. Beneath his seemingly mild-mannered exterior is a much more psychotic interior. He brutally murders the scum of society, the people who undeservingly have beaten the justice system. It's hard to not side with Dexter even while watching him put his victim's blood on a slide as a souvenir for himself.
The show itself is gory, dark, twisted and, yet, entirely watchable. It helps that Michael C. Hall is a fantastic actor; he was great on 'Six Feet Under' and now he's great on this show.
It's a little creepy, yes. It's also rather funny and quirky, to say the least.
Meet Dexter Morgan, blood spatter analyst and serial killer. What has made him this way, we have yet to know, but as a very small child, some very traumatic, and i daresay tragic, but unremembered event has left Dexter emotionally DOA, and orphaned. Since the age of 3 or 4, Dexter has been the adopted son of Harry and Mrs Morgan and brother to Deb. Harry, a rather famed police detective in his day, caught on fairly early that Dex was not the norm, but instead of sending him back to foster care to become the anti-social monster he was destined to become, Harry took Dex under his wing, essentially giving him a blue-print of how he could survive in this emotionally-drenched world that he understands so little. He eventually gives him the tools and wisdom to become an "upstanding citizen," even if it's only in quote marks.
It's been heavily debated on the boards whether Dexter could be a trustworthy person to become friends with, etc. I would say, emphatically, yes. <GASP!!> Yep, i said it, and you can believe it. It's been said that he is basically soulless, without ANY emotions or emotional attachments at all, and yet in the very first set of childhood flashbacks, we hear Dexter tell his father the reason he hasn\'t put his murderous urges into action is because he "thought you and mom wouldn't like it." This does not strike me as the reasoning of a person utterly unattached, even if Dex is the one who believes it. Emotionally damaged, yes, but not unattached.
I do believe that Dex is also rather attached to his sis, Deb. He constantly advises her to be more confident in her own abilities, and when things come up that would be considered suspicious if he were to bring them to light, he throws them (anonymously) in her direction so she can get the credit and the acclaim. If there were no attachment to Deb there, he could just call in tips and let them go where ever they may land. It's also been theorized that Dex could at any moment just decide to start killing innocent folks as well as the guilty. He has no morals, so why not, right? Well, theoretically speaking, we could ALL snap at any moment. We are all so emotionally bogged down, it's amazing that more of us don't!
But Dexter has been taught the fundamentals of "right" and "wrong" by Harry, NOT by society as the rest of us have, and I believe that this one-on-one teaching was not taken lightly. Dex struggles with his "learned" morality when he thinks to himself how he could make things easier for Rita, regarding the neighbor's dog, but knowing it would be wrong, he forgoes his deadly impulses, and we eventually see Rita solving her problem with her own morally ambiguous solution.
The whole "Code of Harry" thing, in general, actually even emphasizes the attachment Dexter feels towards his family. Otherwise, why would he adhere so strongly to Harry's teachings at all?
Harry taught him to be 100% positive that any person he planned to remove from society, ie murder, was 100% guilty of the crimes he/she would be killed for. And Dexter does that every time.
In fact, twice now (that we know of), he has had the chance to follow through with murders (Jeremy Downs, who it turned out had been raped by the boy he murdered, and Tony Tucci, left so that Dex could finish him off) from which he backed off, instead. (It could be argued that he should have continued with Downs, as he did make an attempt to kill another boy who did NOT deserve it, but Dexter did put his point across that he would be keeping tabs, so who knows, we may see Jeremy again somewhere down the line.)
In the end, Dex is what he is. He has no control over his deadly urges, but he DOES have control over whom he punishes with those urges. He's ridding the world of monsters, the way his father only wished he could, and feeding his needs at the same time. For Dex, it IS a win-win situation.
The comedic aspect of the show only makes me like it more. I find the juxtaposition of funny versus gruesome strongly reminicent of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, which balanced comedy and horror with a razor's edge. I think the only thing that could make DEXTER better is if Joss Whedon and Rob Thomas (of Veronica Mars fame) were to join the writing team! Anyone want to start a petiion?
I also think the casting is superb. I love Michael C Hall's portayal without reserve! I did have issue with James Remar as Harry Morgan, since in the books I envisioned someone like Corben Bernsen in the role, but Mr Remar is growing in my estimation.
I don't know how popular this show is, or is going to be. It's a Showtime series, and I don't know many people has that channel. It's for that reason that I don't say anything about this show. But Dexter is truely captivating. Is it wrong to like Dexter? Maybe. The main character, Dexter is a serial killer who's MO is murdering killers and dumping their bodies to the bottom of the ocean somewhere off the coast of Florida. At the same time he's a floensic expert, and is obviously very good at what he does. The intriguing part is his personality though. For someone who is so emotionless as he is, it's amazing how interesting he is. The rest of the cast is great as well, like Dexter's foul mouth sister Debra. Great show, now I have to get the book.
Maybe Michael C Hall needed to do a project this drastic in order to cast off his image as David from Six Feet Under. Maybe he\'s just that good of an actor. After watching the first episode of Dexter, you\'ll believe the latter. Hall is brilliant as Dexter: an avenging serial killer who preys upon criminals in Miami.
OMG this is groundbreaking stuff very dark but i love it, Dexter is a class character who you instantly bond with i feel drawn towards championing his course of removing the bad from the world, i know he goes about it in a bit of a sadistic manner but his justice is one you will have trouble escaping, all this said tho the cast is full of suprising characters who you want to find out moe about.
I am looking forward to seeing the season unfold and finding out who the know famouse Ice Truck killer is and if its going to be Dexter that takes his own brand of justice out on him, I shall wait and see.........
THE show of the year(with PB of course).You've got everything really good on a serie gathered in Dexter: humour,psychology of the characters, stron willed principal character, crime, love stories.This show is so complete and Michael C. Hall's so a great actor.The "can hear Dex thoughts" thing is the cherry on the cake.The presentation is majestuous,all the closes-up are so good the bacon,the shaving part...How can you don't like this serie?I mean it's revolutionnary,of course other series had one or two episodes on a "good killer" who kill "bad" serial killer but not that elaborated.
Quite disturbingly brilliant actually, and yet somehow it is also very intriguing and interesting to watch. Very well written and thus believable, and scary. Seeing / getting to know Dexter you start to wonder how well you know the people around you... which is quite frightening and unsettling.
This series is very well cast, not only Dexter, but the other characters (cops/sister/girlfriend) as well.
A lot of possible ways to go.
I've seen 4 episodes ( in a row.. while eating dinner.. not the best move ever ) and this might just be one of those shows that will get better and better, and bigger and bigger. As far as I know it's the first time this has ever been done, or at least like this. A young boy who is adopted and can't remember his past, so when he and his dad find he has certain urges to kill they don't know what happened to him that made him this way. Following the classic pattern he starts with small animals at a pretty young age. His dad know it will only get worse, and does the only 'good' thing he can think off. He teaches/trains his son to blend in, to adjust, to appear normal. And he gives him an outlet for when he 'has to' - find people who 'deserve' it.
Obsessed with blood as Dex is ( after seeing 2 episodes the intro really started to gross me out, knowing how it fascinates him in such a sick way) he is one of the best blood analysts in the country, working with the FBI.
In an office full of experts, there only is 1 person who is creeped out by him - but he does not know he rightly is so.
A fascinating show -- something that may very well be entirely new, as it rewrites the antiheroism trope. After all, this is an antihero we can't identify with, even if we like him. He's not just a killer -- he's the closest thing we have to an alien.
There are some rocky points within this show, some things which flat out strain credulity, but overall we have something original, blackly comedic, superbly acted, and marvelously written. The main character of Dexter, as portrayed by Hall, owns the screen every time he's on -- *not* by "scenery-chewing," but by the subtlety and thoughtfulness of his portrayal of Dexter. He is exactly as he should be, and thus imbues the rest of the show with a believability it may not actually deserve. The flat reality of Dexter tends to make the rest of the show real-by-association, leading to a truly compelling drama with touches of everything from horror to the absurd.
Dexter was an abused and neglected child and that he
Really has become a successful CSI like person as Michael
C Reilley, late of Six Feet Under, plays him to the hilt but deep down inside of that success, he is like a Ted Bundy killer like with the urge to get back at society for what they did to him. Very scary but well written and well acted IMO!
The most original, dark, funny, sad, ironic and twisted new show since \'Twin Peaks\'. Willing to challenge an audience with complex morality and ideas. I can only hope it continues to grow and push the edges. Beautifully shot, wonderfully acted. It reminds me of the film \'Clockwork Orange\' in it\'s ability to draw the viewer into liking and identifying with an amoral and terrifying lead character. It\'s shows like this (and Sopranos and Weeds and The Wire, etc.) that make me think the future of intelligent, challenging adult stories may be more on TV than in the movie theaters. I hope it will find an audience to support it\'s audacity.
I chose “Guilty Pleasure” to categorize Dexter for two reasons. Firstly, because when I’d read about this new show, I was already intrigued. It is disconcerting to me that we (fans of t.v crime drama) are able to tune in weekly to watch shows whose primary plot line is murder. So I was already feeling some of the guilt before I chose to watch the first episode of Dexter recently. Then the “pleasure” factor kicked in when as the show’s format, details of the storyline, and character portrayal were revealed in this morbid black humoresque crime drama. Secondly, there is a certain, albeit “safe”, vicariousness in the murders Dexter commits. We/I “secretly” cheer him on as he rids the city of the scum, but desire to distance ourselves at the same time for his bizarre admiration of the elusive serial killer currently being sought by the very police department for which Dexter works. The main reason I chose to rate this show, or pilot episode really, at 9.5, was for the not-so-subtle advances Dexter’s boss makes towards him. I don’t find this part of this character is believable & the interaction does not seem to really fit in with the rest of the writing in the show somehow for me. Additionally, I am not “buying” the hapless foster sister’s character too much either. But I have an open mind & am more than willing to continue to watch & see how the writing & acting evolves for these characters.
Dexter is gritty, unapologetic, raw, base, sardonic and truly fresh! It tackles subject matter that if done with less tact and intelligence would be merely sensationalistic. Instead the viewer is treated to complex situations done brilliantly.
Dexter, starring Michael C. Hall, is one of the freshest shows to hit television in quite some time. Having been a big fan of "Six Feet Under" I tuned in at first because of its star. They have Michael in common, they have the theme of death in common, they have their intellect and dark humor in common, but they are completely different.
I cannot remember a time when a pilot for a show had me so hooked in the first 5 minutes!
Lets face it, doing a show about a serial killer could quickly gravitate toward the base, and sensationalistic. Dexter could (if written, produced, directed and acted by less talented and visionary people) easily decend into the absurd.
Instead, we have a very fresh new show to enjoy that tackles complex social relationships and the ideas of true justice and our own comfort zone with death. Although enough people who have read the books (on which the show is based) have weighed in to say that the jump from the page to the small screen has been done correctly, I have yet to get or read them. I am content to "go along for the ride" discovering Dexter for the first time through this show.
I am sure that I will eventually get a hold of the "Darkly Dreaming Dexter" book series and enjoy the stories all over again. The narration (done in the first-person by Dexter) is insightful and, at times, absolutely hilarious!
The flashbacks (that show how Dexter evolved into who/what he is) are informative, but are the only thing I sometimes find could use some "punching up."
Still, the show is well placed onto anyone's "must see TV" no matter what network you usually watch. Showtime has done themselves proud by chosing to bring this show to television and Michael C. Hall will be one of those rare actors who manages to go from one mega-hit show to another. The best part about watching him in Dexter is how completely different he is from David in Six Feet Under. From an anal, slightly neurotic, control-freak to a calculated, dispassionate, sociopath. Quite the range for any actor!
With all the shows that leave you thinking "well there's an hour of my life I will never get back" Dexter is one that leaves you wanting more. If you haven't caught an episode yet, I urge you to see what you've been missing.
This show tries really hard to update and/or rip off the film American Psycho. A noble pursuit, but one that has failed. The main character is smug, but not in a charming way. The dark humor has too much dark, and not enough humor. The fact that no one who works with this guy (save one) suspects he is mentally ill is not only unbelievable, but downright frustrating. I appreciate the justice he hands down to these distasteful people, but Dexter is a character I don\'t want to spend another moment with, in real life, or TV land. I won\'t be sticking around for any more episodes.
what drew me to this show was its premise; a likeable serial killer. I love antiheroes, and I love complicated characters even more. Dexter definitely fulfills the complicated part, but he's not much of an antihero. He's just too likeable. He only kills people who really deserve it, and I don't blame him for doing that. and although he claims to have no real emotions, he's always nice to everybody in his daily life, like his sister, his girlfriend, and his girlfriend's kids. there's never been a point so far when I've actually disliked Dexter. this is great for most television characters, but the whole point of this show is for the audience to have a love/hate relationship with Dexter, and so far, I've not been feeling the hate.
I only checked this show out because it got such amazingly good reviews. The violence is pretty grisly, but the story somehow overcomes the stomach-churning sensationalism. What I find particularly intriguing is the idea of an anti-hero who is insane and at the same time emotionless. No revenge, no maliciousness, not even a sense of power over his victims. Just a sense of doing what needs to be done, because no one else will.
I'd like to take a stab at where I think the show is headed. I think Dexter is actually two killers in one. I think he is committing both the murders (to get back at his father for "making" him what he is) and the vigilante killings. I think his sister will be the one to figure this out and will have to deal with Dexter's secret.
Dexter is another great crime thriller drama that recently debuted on Showtime. I decided to give the pilot a look, and was pleased with the results. Michael C. Hall once again portrays a creepy and complex character. He thrives on playing interesting characters, and gives them an eerie sense of authenticity. I like the use of flashbacks to show character development. It\'s refreshing to see a crime drama that isn\'t as formulaic or copied as the CSI franchise. The fact that this is a paid television service allows the drama to develop more of its gruesome and sensual tones.
It is great to see Showtime continue in its string of strong quality dramas. Along with Weeds, Dexter has become another weekly must-watch.
This looks like a great show, should be one you can get easily hooked on. This is not your typical crime-drama show. I'm hoping to catch this Sunday, cause I believe it's going to be talked about like the Sopranos were.
This is what I like not a typical crime-drama show. This truely is breaking all the rules. I believe it's a groudbreaker, and it'll be drawing an audience like The Sopranos, it's different, and it looks very captivating. Unlike, shows now on the regular networks, this one looks twisted. It's almost a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde type thing. When I first saw it advertised I was intrigued, hopefully everyone else agrees. I'm glad someone got enough guts and try something different. I'm glad someone decided to break the ground rules for crime-drama shows. Good Luck Dexter!! Keep the curiousity up!!
Sorry, about the previous post about Dexter, my computer was wigging out.
Although this show is only 2 episodes into it's life so far, Dexter has very quickly stamped its mark for great storytelling and visual excellence.
Even with the plot line taken out of it, this show would be worth watching merely for the skill of the direction and acting. There isn't a seen that goes past without something to comment on, whether it be a certain style of camera shot or a specific interaction between two of the characters. The fact that the main storyline is compelling and quirky just adds to the drawing power of this show!
The source of this show is also somewhat unprecedented in mainstream TV. The story originally came from a novel and has been given extra depth in order to make it into this show. Personally i hope to see more of this kind of treatment of the great books that are coming out recently, as most people who use this site will probably agree, the television format is one of the best and most underappreciated of the visual artforms. And this is a true example of that description... this programme is truly art at some of it's highest. I hope to see much more of it in the future and i hope that it compels more people to make such shows as well.
I advise you to watch this show immediately, i assure you you wont be disappointed, or at least i hope you wont... you can't always account for taste.