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IGN | 'The Path: What The Fire Throws' Review


The Path starts off with a strong first episode, complete with stellar acting and pacing. The actual cult aspects of the story sort of become secondary at times in favor of over-arching themes of secrecy, doubts, and unhappiness. Which is great because the topic itself, while unique to TV, might work to some drive viewers away. But showing us a story with more universal themes that could almost get plucked out up and out of the show works to open up the series and make everything more relatable.

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