Flack Series One Review


Good Morning Lovelies,
Anna Paquin is no longer Sookie Stackhouse. Gone are the days of True Blood, for now she is a PR with a lot of customer problems. New to the W Channel, Flack introduces us to a world of figures. Some likeable, some not so much. But all who provide interesting episodes at every turn.
Paquin plays Robyn, a publicist who has to help prevent her clients from having the careers ruined by their antics. Deaths, sex, drugs, you name it they are all involved in some way. And Robyn gets a lot of flack from it.
Some may find the show ridiculous; others will love it from the start. It is a mixture of both madness and pain to view, but ultimate it becomes a joy after the first episode. The opening sequence featuring a potential character death draws you in and once you’re in, you’re in.
Not much about the story or the plot is new and much of it has been seen before. Yet sometimes this is what makes a show work. The female powerhouses bring the house down and give a fresh look to some of the storylines. They show that while we may have seen it all before, we still love the stories and I guarantee you that you will not be able to stop watching.
Easily bingeable, the show is one to watch on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Paquin is at her best again and giving audiences a whole new look to what we know and love her for. All of which make it a perfect recipe for this…
3 Stars

Joey X

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