After last night’s episode, I realized one thing: if Kingdom had an episode in which all the characters would said just “blah, blah, blah” ( literally saying just blah, blah, blah), I would still enjoy it as much as I enjoyed each episode so far. Kingdom’s strength lies in the way it’s filmed, how it’s acted, the poetry of it all. It’s such a good show that I can feel the taste of drama in my mouth. Even when it’s not happening much.
“Is it weird being a flower in a business of brutes?“No, I can be a pretty hard bitch.”
“Even ugly things can be pretty …”
Summing up episode three of Kingdom: High Quality Drama.
Self-destruction is self-obsession.
When a TV show starts asking the big questions, you know you must remain to hear the answers. And Kingdom is all about the ballsy questions.
Kingdom. Definitely a MUST SEE of this fall. It has everything you wish for in a great drama series: an excellent cast (five stars for Matt Lauria and Jonathan Tucker), a beautifully crafted script and great dialogues. DO NOT miss it, guys! If you still doubt it, you can find out more about Matt Lauria’s role and the Kindgom series in this interesting interview from Variety.com
The Mixed Martial Arts series fought for the first time on DIRECTV’s Audience last night and at first sight, people were quite impressed. Continue reading Direct TV’s Kingdom premieres
Finally, there’s new material about Kingdom, the MMA drama that will air on October, 8 on Direct TV. There’s a new trailer, behind the scenes and a lot more…