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Kinda feel deflated? Well following Ray Donovan will do this.

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Originally Posted by gwsat View Post
I loved the Berlin locations and it was nice to see the wonderful Sebastian Koch as a regular this season. He does good work.

The relatively slow start was probably caused by the need to introduce some new players. I suspect it will pick up as we go on, I hope so anyway..

While slower, the ending ramped things up. I agree, that they needed to start slow and may still have some slowness yet so that they can introduce the new players. Looking forward seeing how this plays out. I guess leaving the CIA isn't as easy as it sounds

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