I don't think critics claim to have a pulse on what people want to see. They are just offering their own opinions.For instance, most critics HATE the CBS show Stalker, while also admitting it will do very well. However, take note of one point in this article: the last show to rate this well for its premiere plummeted thereafter and was canceled after one very low-rated season
Except Sookie chose to remain Fae and Bill STILL wanted to die. So this all comes down to her conceiving a child? Really???
And how much of Bill's decision was based on her being fae? He still wanted to die even after she chose to remain fae.What happened to all those vampires who would keep coming after her as long as she was part fae?
Right?!? That goes along with my third point. This used to be a crazy, nutty show that played by its own rules... and served as an example of tolerance for all kinds of "normal" in the past. The finale was nothing like that.
Hi - Do you mean you reside in Portugal? We would need writers to be on a U.S. viewing schedule, yes.
I have correct the mistake and apologize: it is September 9.
Comment modified at July 28, 2014 20:13
It's already been renewed and is the only true breakout hit among all broadcast networks. It will be around for a LONG time.
How can something that has already aired be a spoiler? We can't post things based on individual viewing habits/schedules. How could that ever work?
Stefan is not dead. He's very much alive. He came back through Bonnie just like everyone else except Damon.
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