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The Mysterious Island only Continues to Grow Evermore Secretive...
Just about when you think you're about to get an answer, two more questions come. It skews off to be one of the most interesting, complicated, mysterious, T'v' shows out there. Season 1 starts off slowly, being a classic "where are we?" situation. From there, J.J. Abrams creates one of the greatest programs in T'v' history. Each character was interesting in their own way, and the answers to the secrets had me satisfied - despite the Arminian implausibilities. Highly recommend you watch this show.
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