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When she left Stonehaven - 'for good this time' - Elena Michaels thought she had left the world of supernatural behind. Until the night she got a mysterious call from her pack leader asking... See full summary »
I really liked the first season and i immediately watched season two when it was released. Unfortunately the second season turned out to be very unlike the first and very poorly directed.
All the new characters have very little depth, and often do things that make no sense in order for it to fit into the plot. The character Miranda is a victim of this, she continually changes her mind when it fits the plot. The further you go into the season the more obvious it is that Miranda is not actually meant to be a meaningful character but just a plot device
But even overlooking the fact that all the new characters in the show are very poorly written, the show has no consistency and doesn't expand or explain many of the mysterious things going on. Everything appears to happen randomly, in fact so random that the only meaning that can be applied to the events is that it fits the plot, which is still nonexistent.
The show also does many things that makes it hard to immerse yourself into the universe. For example at one point in the movie the characters need help from an old woman. They need her to help identify someone so they bring her a paper with suspects and numbers below. Instead of merely pointing, or telling them the number she writes it with her own feces on the wall.
Instances like these ruins the universe and makes it hard to take anything in the series at anything but face value.
And don't even get me started on the ending....
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