In its second episode, Believe more or less follows the exact same structure as its pilot: Tate and Bo run from Skouras’ mercenary goon, help a stranger along the way, and Tate showcases how unprepared he is to take care of Bo. This is a huge problem, as it adds nothing new to the characters or their situation that we didn’t get in the pilot.

Tate in particular is still a huge jerk, and every opportunity that’s presented to him to change that, he just becomesmore a jerk. It’s clear they’re playing a long game with Tate’s affection for Bo, but when one half of the show’s leads are despicable, it makes it hard to invest.



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