Mini-Series Review: CHILDHOOD’S END

by T. Mack


I gave this show three nights and six hours. At the end, I had some serious feels over what I’d just sat through. It’s my great desire to share those feelings with you, but it’s hard to do so without giving away some possible spoils. So, here’s what I’m going to do. This review will be in two parts. The first part will be completely spoiler-free. The second will be less so. I promise not to tell you the ending outright, but there’s a (very) good chance you’ll have it figured out by the time I’ve finished my rant. Continue reading