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Submitted by kariyanine 899d ago | review

Vagary TV Review: The Following “Mad Love”

Vagary writes: "This week saw a lot of lateral movement; the plot wasn’t racing forward, but we sure did dig a little deeper into Ryan Hardy and Jacob’s past. And finally, finally we saw Weston come in as more than information buffer. Usually, a slowing pace shouts “filler” to everyone with ears to hear, but this week, what we got was a shot of depth that certain elements of the show really needed." (The Following, TV) 4/5

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