The Affair (TV Series 2014—)

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When Noah reluctantly goes on a family vacation to his in-law’s home in the Hamptons, he unexpectedly meets a solemn young waitress named Alison at the local diner and engages in a passionate and complicated affair.

Both parties are married, Noah struggles as a writer, but finds his writer’s block is lifted after meeting Alison.

Alison, still mourning the death of her young son, struggles to maintain a relationship with her husband because of the constant reminder of the tragedy.

This intertwining, non-linear story hooks you right from the beginning.  Giving insights into the future circumstances of the characters, who seem to be caught in a murder investigation.  However, who was murdered remains a mystery as we continue to follow Noah and Alison’s journey.

8.5/10

 

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Bloodline (TV Series 2015-)

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When Danny Rayburn (played by Ben Mendelsohn) arrives back in town, his family encounters more turmoil than ever.

Danny Rayburn is the black sheep eldest brother of the Rayburn family.  The family runs a successful local inn within the Florida Keys.

John Rayburn (played by Kyle Chandler) is the responsible brother and town sheriff.  Upon Danny’s arrival, John, being the closest to Danny’s age, begins to recall the dark family secrets that Danny is in the middle of.

When their father dies, the Rayburn siblings must sort out the family’s legacy and the fact that their father wrote Danny out of the will before his passing.

However Danny’s hurt feelings is the last thing on everyone’s mind, when Danny discovers the ultimate betrayal from his past and is determined to make his family pay for it.

10/10

 

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