LIMITLESS: SEASON ONE REVIEWED
“Limitless” was one of a handful of recent Film to TV adaptations. While seeking to expand upon the world of the initial film, there are a few hard stumbles. There were too many weird ties to Dexter that weren’t intentional. CBS wanted to overly promote Bradley Cooper’s involvement in the show. Then, there was the fact that 13 episodes could’ve done a lot more than 22.
If there was ever a case for traditional TV programming killing momentum, it belongs here. CBS actually had real gold by expanding upon such a huge concept. It’s just that they undercut themselves by being unwilling to see the project as being special. It’s sad that fans of the series weren’t able to get it moved to another outlet. But, be glad for the time you had with the series. It wasn’t bad. That’s more than most people can say.
- Gag Reel
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 9/6/16
The Plot Thus Far
An average 28-year old man who gains the ability to use the full extent of his brain’s capabilities is hired by the FBI as a consultant.
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