Has anyone else been watching this show. It's actually pretty good. It has a bunch of cool ideas to it, but it obviously doesn't have the budget to show all the cool stuff, but it does answers some of the cool ideas. It's also more post-apoc with conspiracies and there's no supernatural or paranormal aliens or zombies so at least the theories can be a whole lot less crazy. The acting is only okay for the most parts. Most of the series plays out kind of like the comic The Walking Dead
So to run down the story....
multiple nuclear bombs within the USA. Many cities were destroyed, and the central government crumbles. The story follows the lives of the people of the city of Jericho as they live in this world. Recently after a war with a town that neighbors it, a new government force(based in Cheyenne) has taken over Most of the USA minus Texas and the East Coast and are calling themselves the Allied States of America. It seems that this new government may not be all that they seem be and there's one character(I call him the true badass mofo) who's entire thing is to just find out who really caused the attacks.
I recommend that people check it out. For some strange reason even though I love Lost I am much more excited to watch the next episode in this series than Lost. Anyone else watches it or am I alone in liking this show here?
Jericho season 2
Ziffy88 at 8:06PM, Feb. 22, 2008
timelike01 at 7:46AM, March 20, 2008
Why, yes, I'm a Jericho freak too. I've been watching the show from the beginning. Though I'm glad they answered most of the questions from the first season, there are still some msteries that remain. For example, where were those ICBMs just outside Jericho targeted to? On another web community,I heard speculation that at least one of those missiles carried the (genetically engineered?) Hudson River virus.
fern at 1:19PM, March 22, 2008
It's been cancelled again... otherwise known as, The Arrested Development Effect.
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Ziffy88 at 3:04PM, March 22, 2008
Actually I kind of want the series to actually end, and hopefully it does have a good ending.
timelike01 at 8:14AM, March 24, 2008
And that's why broadcast TV is the suckiest. The audience seems to only want to watch TV shows that have been done to death. Of course if you think done-to-death TV programming is fine, then broadcast TV is not the suckiest.
Ziffy88 at 5:32PM, March 24, 2008
I think a show like Jericho and other serialized series like Lost and Heroes needed closure, and hopefully from what I've seen they might actually have some closure...hopefully...
timelike01 at 10:28AM, March 26, 2008
And considering the fact that they may have helped start a war between the Allied States of America and the Texas Republic, Jake and Hawkins are probably better off staying in Texas.
Ziffy88 at 9:01AM, March 28, 2008
The ending was okay, I liked how it gives like their adventure was only beginning. There's a sense of security and hope after such a depressing series.
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