All episodes will be released at once on April 19.
The series revolves around the eccentric residents of a dilapidated former Pennsylvania steel town and the murder of 17-year-old Brooke Bluebell. Through the investigation, the towns seamier side is exposed, revealing that nothing is what it seems.
-- ♬ Dragon of good fortune struggles with the trickster Fox ♬
I guess I am used to being able to at least add something to the Queue whether its available or not. I think it would have made sense to allow us to add it to the queue and add a notice saying not available until April 19th,...(although I now see it was in the OP above),...
Rather then just a cryptic error message from a link that says "Why is this title unavailable to stream".
It should say something like, "because we haven't released it yet,.....dumba$$"
Here is a look at the werewolf transformation. OMG!!! It starts out awesome [along the lines of the howling wolf transformations], but it ends up rather boring. Though what the wolf does right away is interesting. It's only 2 minutes long, but damn looks good. I bet that two minute clip ate up a good chunk of budget. -- Is a person a failure for doing nothing? Or is he a failure for trying, and not succeeding at what he is attempting to do? What did you fail at today?.
Agreed, it looked sweet. This is what it reminded me of, until the end result was a wimpy wolf. The Howling was a goofy werewolf series, but one that I have a fondness for. Just like the Fox Werewolf series, hmm, maybe Netflick could reboot that?
I've only watched the first episode and found it "just ok" as well. The reviews overall have not been kind to the series mostly citing it as slow in some spots. I did find parts of house of cards slow as well but the overall story kept me glued.
Watched 4 episodes... it is a bit slow, but I still found it quite enjoyable. It might not be as good as Netflix' Lilyhammer or House of Cards IMO, but it's still good and way better than the other current horror/urban fantasy stuff of late.
As for Shelley Godfrey, I think it's more of a coincidence with the BSG, as it's based on a book and I doubt he had the BSG's cast in mind at that time. I believe that Shelley's name is more a tribute to Mary Shelley than anything else.