Two new sequels to well-known tv drama series are available for your enjoyment and/or displeasure.
Better Call Saul, which has over 30 Emmy nominations and is, in my honest opinion, one of the best tv series ever created took a dive to an unpleasant dark side during its new season. It did a Lucifer play in that it went black and white, the characters became fiction of fiction, whatever that is, and the rouge series lost its soul in the process. By the time they got back to their theme, which made them great, it was impossible to rescue them. I felt sad as if a friend had passed away during a long and tedious illness. Watch it at your own peril.
The Last Kingdom is a series that I cherish and have watched many times. I like everything about it—the animated black and white drawing at the beginning. The music is memorable. Everything. The story is tight and commands your attention. The acting is superb. “Destiny is everything” is a message that looms in our minds. I could not tire of it. Eight Kings Must Die is the new two-hour movie that finishes The Last Kingdoms tale. It’s wonderful. Enjoy. Watchable.