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February 27, 2018


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I loved X Company. And yes, the characters do develop over time, or rather you see how their experiences change them. Also, the realism continues throughout all three seasons. I swear I was on the point of suffering from PTSD at the end of the series. Check wikipedia for the premise for the episode story lines - you'll get lots more context for each episode that way.

Bellevue was also good. But only one season :(


Looking forward to the realism in X Company. A drama may be hard to watch but also be very good (e.g., Mary Kills People). Thanks for the encouragement.

Maybe I should Bellevue more of a shot. I didn't dislike it but found both cases too much for me.

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