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Finished watching the first season of Disenchantment. I liked it. If I were to describe this series to someone interested or curious, I'd say, "It's a fantasy-adventure comedy, made by the people who created The Simpsons and Futurama.". The thing is, I feel like a lot of people came in expecting one of those two shows with I guess the writing of Futurama, but with swords. Like Game of Thrones meets Futurama. It's not that. If one begins viewing any new show with high expectations, you're probably going to be disappointed, especially when there's only one season by which to judge it. First seasons are usually very awkward. Think of them as your own very first steps! You might fall and break your legs and never be able to walk again, you might travel at average speeds your entire life...or you might become Jesse Owens. Be patient.

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  • Finished watching the first season of Disenchantment.

    I liked it. If I were to describe this series to someone interested or curious, I'd say, "It's a fantasy-adventure comedy, made by the people who created The Simpsons and Futurama.".

    The thing is, I feel like a lot of people came in expecting one of those two shows with I guess the writing of Futurama, but with swords. Like Game of Thrones meets Futurama. It's not that. If one begins viewing any new show with high expectations, you're probably going to be disappointed, especially when there's only one season by which to judge it. First seasons are usually very awkward. Think of them as your own very first steps! You might fall and break your legs and never be able to walk again, you might travel at average speeds your entire life...or you might become Jesse Owens. Be patient.
    August 19
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      Good to hear. :) It's in my list.