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The Order - Series Premiere Discussion

The Order

Premise: Out to avenge his mother's death, a college student pledges a secret order and lands in a war between werewolves and practitioners of dark magic.

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level 1

im just at the 2nd episode and im wondering if does the acting gets better? how about the story? cause its really really bad right now

level 2

Don't know if you finished it or not but it did get better.

level 2

It's meant to be campy so I'd say not really.

level 1

Dialogue isn't great and the writing isn't either. I'd be surprised to see a season 2, but if we do get one I'm definitely watching. It's just so bad it's good. Plus I really like the Randall and Lillith dynamic.

level 2

wtf you talking about, how is the writing bad? Are you a writer? What makes you such an expert, I personally thought it was great minus that fucking odd ending.

level 1

Imagine of this show doesn't get a second season and that's the end.. Fack me.

level 1

How do i get Hamish's drink list????

Best part of the show!!

level 1

I seem to be the only one that likes endings like this? It was atleast different to 90% of all stupid show endings, its a great cliffhanger that connects everything in the show. Kinda gives me the chill and I want more of it.

level 2

All it is really is a setup to spend 3-4 episodes next season getting back to where we already were. In that regard it's a bit frustrating. It's like marvel killing off half their supers, you just know it's not gonna stay that way.

level 3

Yes yes, but compared to other series I actually think they Can make an interesting twist to it, idk they'll probably fuck it up but I have high hopes

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level 3

I agree with it being merited, I just don't feel like it fits. It's easily reversed by a few non-magical people. It's a barking dog without any bite.

level 2

I like it - very vampire diaries /the originals - esque

level 2

I felt like that was less a cliffhanger and more a big middle finger to the audience.

level 1

After I caught the first buddah (buddy), I started looking up where it was filmed. That "buddah" pretty much finished off the show for me. I mean, seeing Riley had me in stitches. But that was the end for me.

Nice to see an almost all Canadian cast though.

level 2

Nice to see an almost all Canadian cast though.

This might explain why I did not relate to anything or anyone haha

level 1

I loved the show! I just watched the entire show twice in one sitting. I still can't believe the ending. Like wtf... this show better have a second season or I'm cancelling my Netflix. You cant just do that to a person. How is he even supposed to function not knowing his name? They better remove those hides from them. Just saying.

level 2

Gotta say, that ending completely gutted me. I dont need that kind of shit. They better resolve this and correct it season 2!

level 3

Honestly it just feels so cheap to pull garbage like that in the last 5 minutes of a show's season.

like jesus christ things can end on a good note. people will want to come back and see their next adventures cause they enjoyed the story not because of some last 5 second asspull they include to literally piss people off.

level 4

Yea no plans to watch season 2 after that trash ending.

level 2

It goes on to show werewolves really can't trust those scheming witches/wizards.

level 1

Yet another show where underage kids can drink at bars.

level 2

This bothered me at first, but it's clear the show isn't taking itself seriously so why should we

level 2

If it's in Canada, the drinking age is 19.

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