From Thomas Francis of the New Times Broward-Palm Beach:
- Can a Serial Killer Save a West Palm-Based Television Network?
“Durham County has a sneaky way of getting under your skin. Maybe it’s the familiar anytown where it’s set. Or the way the characters line up along a moral spectrum that gets so blurry that even the serial killer seems human. Or at least not the monster that serial killers are in other movies and TV shows.” Read more.
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