If you haven’t watched Warning Signs yet, you probably shouldn’t read this. Cause I’m gonna be spoiling all sorts of things. You’ve been warned. This review is going to be a lot of me fangirling and squealing, so if that doesn’t appeal to you, feel free to skip this one.
There seems to be a trend happening in television the last few years and it’s starting to get to me. Reboots. They’re everywhere! First was Hawaii 5-0 which made its reappearance in 2010 and it’s just gotten worse. Networks are now even looking at past failed projects to see if they can be revived.
Beware: there be spoilers ahead. With the spoiler warning out of the way, let me dive right in. This season is starting out in a slow burn, but it doesn’t feel like it’s moving slowly. I’m honestly loving everything about it so far.
There were a lot of things about this season that I was a little nervous about (time jump, knowing we’re losing that one person and new showrunners) but…