Whilst this show didn't always make sense, it had a great atmosphere and was very watchable. Watching this show always gave me that nice, warm, comfortable feeling. The plot feels a little rushed in places and the characters don't always seem to stay true to themselves (and some just disappear completely with loose ends everywhere). But despite its flaws, I still love this series.
American Gothic - Series 1
(1995) Starring:Gary Cole, Paige Turco, Jake Weber Certificate:
All 22 episodes of the dark, supernatural small-town television drama. In Trinity, South Carolina, no one is quite who or what they seem. Everyone seems willing to follow the orders of the sinister Sheriff Lucas Buck (Gary Cole), who is becoming increasingly interested in young Caleb Temple (Lucas ..read more »
Carnivale - Series Two
(2005) Starring:Michael J. Anderson, Clancy Brown, Clea DuVall Certificate:
All 12 episodes from the second season of HBO's surreal, sepia-toned drama series, which follows a travelling carnival troupe around the American Dust Bowl in the 1930s. Episodes comprise: 'Los Moscos', 'Alamogordo, NM', 'Ingram, TX', 'Old Cherry Blossom Road', 'Creed, OK', 'The Road To Damascus', '..read more »
A series I loved as a child; a great concept which kept the episodes varied and interesting.
Quantum Leap - Season 1
(1989) Starring:Scott Bakula, Dean Stockwell, Dean Stockwell Certificate:
All nine episodes from the first season of the time-travel series starring Scott Bakula as scientist Dr Sam Beckett. Episodes are: 'Genesis: September 13 1956' (Parts 1 and 2), 'Star-Crossed: June 15 1972', 'The Right Hand of God: October 24 1974', 'How the Tess Was Won: August 5 1956', 'Double ..read more »
I couldn't stop watching this show, the main good vs evil theme really keeps you eager to watch the next episode to see how it progresses. The atmosphere is again fantastic, the colour palette used really reflects the mood of the Dustbowl - desperation and poverty being rife.