The first season of NBC’s new show Emerald City was interesting, to say the least. The fantasy drama had the support and financial backing from the network to make a visually beautiful and stimulating show. Advertisements
I can’t say the finale of Emerald City was much anticipated, but I was still interested in seeing how this bold (and very inconsistent) NBC fantasy-drama wrapped up its first season. A lot happened but unfortunately, very few questions were answered, which makes the finale that much more disappointing.
With only one episode left, Emerald City has set up an interesting power struggle between three parties who have yet to convince viewers why they deserve to rule the world of Oz. One of my biggest complaints about the show is it hasn’t really given us someone to root for. Yes, there are a few characters that a pretty cool but there is no one we are truly invested in and would like to see...
I have said it before, but I have been pleasantly surprised with the first season of Emerald City. After a poor start, the show has steadily gained momentum and has set itself up well for an exciting finish. That being said, this week’s episode was the first in a while to fall flat and not grab my attention. It’s not that it was terrible either, just nothing really happened.