I have been watching the first season of high seas netflix ever since season 1 premiered. I am a huge fan of the new series and am so sad to see it end.
You can’t help but feel that this show has been dragging on for too long. I don’t want to say more, but we would certainly recommend it, and you all should too.
After watching the first season, I was ready to write off it as the first season, but I recently watched season 2 and it wasn’t that bad. I still think that this show is a good show, so I can’t say I like the end of season 2. But if you really want to see the worst, you can always just watch season 1 again.
Well, I must say that I loved the show and the cast. The whole thing was so incredibly weird and hilarious, and I was so invested in the characters’ journey that I feel a bit like I was watching the show for several years. I loved the fact that I could have the same exact feelings as them, and that I could relate to them so much because I had felt exactly what they were feeling.
Well, I’m glad it’s back for season 3. Season 2 got just a bit too weird for me too. I just couldn’t get into it, and I think this season is going to be a much more mature one. The show is definitely much more serious, and that’s what makes it so entertaining.
What I found interesting about season 2 is that it was the first season to introduce us to the main character, but it was also the season to introduce the main theme for the season.
Basically, the show is about how the party goes crazy when one of the Visionaries (or maybe it was two of them because they got mad at each other) gets an important “tidbit”, or something they thought was important to them, and they decide to murder it. The murder is a way of making sure they don’t forget about it and can’t be reminded of it. This is the main theme of season 2.
The thing I love about the show is that its extremely well written. From the way it looks to the way it sounds, the show has a strong, real, and natural rhythm to it. That being said, the show has some pretty serious problems, and it was a real shame that the third season was cut short.
There’s always been a debate about whether or not the third season was worth cutting because the show never really recovered from the loss of its two lead actors. So I’m glad the third season is here and I hope the show gets better. As for the season 2, I’m more concerned with its potential than with its execution.
To be honest, I’m not a big fan of the third season, but I can’t help but feel that the show is in a better place now that it had a lead cast. That being said, I’m also not a fan of the show’s direction at all. On one hand, the show is funny, but on the other, its serious tone can be a bit… over-the-top.