3 thoughts on “Roy”

  1. A great series–I can’t wait for Season 2. What happens when you take one part “Twin Peaks”, add another of “The X-Files”, and then finish off with another part “The Killing”, and place it in stunningly beautiful Tasmania? You get the Kettering Incident.This show is loaded with mysteries, only some of which will be answered by the end of Season one. This might irk some (read the reviews) but if you intend on having more than one season, you can’t give it all away, can you?The writing in this is much…

  2. Slow burn, excellent acting, wonderful scenery, engaging mystery… Great show. Its a slow burn so it might not be to everyone’s tastes. The acting was excellent. Some of the actors especially those who played the mothers came off as very natural. I don’t know if it was the actors or the casting or a little of both, but they made many of these characters feel real and not a role that was being acted. They all had clear personalities, I didn’t feel that it was the same voice that wrote them. Filmed in Tasmania, the scenery was awesome and is a great…

  3. Where has this been hiding? I am three hours into this and I just had to say, WOW. I want to make a comment without knowing how this ends, because if you’re someone who reads the reviews before watching you’d want to know a little bit but no spoilers. Here’s what I think: this is the best slow-burn mystery I’ve seen in a long, long time. It is so unusual for several reasons!First, it’s set in Tasmania–I know, right? It’s downright woolly and moody, with some amazing scenery.Second, it plays off a real-life…

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