BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: THE FINAL SEASON REVIEWED
“Beauty and the Beast” finally ended after four years on the CW. Having reviewed most of the series, I have to say that I’m stunned it got this far. While the series worked hard to break out of the original’s shadow, it never quite found a point. Even the finale of the series feels more like it’s setting up a series change rather than a conclusion. So, what is the big takeaway?
The takeaway is thankfully that this is the last of the cheap CW series. The downside being that unless you’re a DC on TV show, your innovative CW show isn’t pulling down a quality audience. Not every CW series can run to Netflix to polish itself off after a few years. But, I’ll leave Rory and Lorelai out of this. The show is still terrible, but this mess has fans. They can pick it up.
- Gag Reel
- Deleted Scenes
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 12/6/16
The Plot Thus Far
A beautiful detective falls in love with an ex-soldier who goes into hiding from the secret government organization that turned him into a mechanically charged beast.
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