And so ends the first season of Low Winter Sun . In the two part finale “Ann Arbor; Surrender,” the investigation into McCann’s murder finally came to a close, as did Damon’s battle with Skelos. Unfortunately, while there were few plot threads left dangl more
Anyone who has a television knows that Breaking Bad ended its five season run last week. Just because Breaking Bad ended, that does not mean the sun has set for Low Winter Sun just yet. With two more episodes to air, AMC decided to broadcast both more
The real life failings of Detroit have been fodder for the news recently, from its initial bankruptcy filing in July (about a month before the Low Winter Sun pilot aired) and, more recently, the former mayor preparing for his sentencing for 24 corruptio more
Low Winter Sun’s final two episodes aired as two-hour finale event, so we’re reviewing it as such. As suspected, there was a great deal of payoff for things that had been seeded earlier on in the series. Some of it was worth the wait and some of it was st more
This episode of Low Winter Sun is a strange beast. At first glance, it’s completely irrelevant to the ongoing story of the death of McCann and Agnew and Geddes’ cover-up, as it follows Agnew’s testimony on a case that he and Geddes closed some time ago. A more
Low Winter Sun has been struggling. AMC's positioning of the series right after Breaking Bad hasn't worked so well, because, well, after Breaking Bad, no one's much in the mood for a noir cop dram...
While a good portion of this Low Winter Sun episode involved court room drama about a past case, " Revelations " placed Katia at the forefront of the story while propelling Frank Agnew and Joe Geddes onto opposite sides.
It's not like these two have more
There was a feeling that Low Winter Sun was spinning its wheels this week. For an episode called “Revelations,” there really wasn’t a whole lot of new information this week. Add on top of that several courtroom scenes that added little to the story and more