I can speak only for myself. I don’t know what the appeal of Sons of Anarchy was for anyone else, although I could extrapolate that knowledge from my own thoughts on the subject. Is it wrong to assume that fans of a certain thing share some traits in common? SOA covered seven seasons and 92 […]Read more "Mayans M.C.: Season 2 — a review"
Elsewhere, I have often repeated the bit of stolen wisdom that purports that happiness is having something to look forward to. I still believe this to be true. We’ve all heard of the sophomore slump. It refers to an instance in which a second effort doesn’t meet the relatively high standards set by the first. […]Read more "The Sophomore Slump: Second Seasons I’m Looking Forward To"
I awaited the premiere of Mayans MC with anticipation because I was a huge fan of Kurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy. I also enjoyed his work on The Shield. I looked forward to The Bastard Executioner for the same reasons, and it lasted only a season. Since Mayans was a return to that outlaw […]Read more "Mayans M.C.: Season One — a review"
I loved Sons of Anarchy. When I heard that Kurt Sutter was creating a new television show in the SOA universe, this time centered around the Hispanic motorcycle club, the Mayans, I knew that I would watch it. Having Edward James Olmos on board was a bonus. I was a fan of Olmos even before […]Read more "Mayans M.C.: Premiere Episode 1.1 “Perro/Oc” — a review"