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Stitchers-Season One Review (Spoiler Free)

I’m just going to go ahead and say that I love this show!

When I first saw a trailer for this show, I watched to watch it the day it was going to air, but I forgot it and never watched it.

But, now, I have watched the whole first season. A very strong first season I must say.

Episodes 1 through 10 are ones that just don’t let up. They give you information in every episode that helps you to understand what has happened in the past of the characters or about what is going on around them. I loved how each episode ends in a way that makes you want to watch more, especially episode 10 when it makes you want to watch season 2. I am in love with how different this show is compared to other shows. It’s like a breath of fresh air.

I’m not one to like short seasons but I’m glad this season had a good amount(10-11) of episodes because things didn’t get dragged out. Also, I didn’t feel like there was any info dumping in any of these episodes. This season was perfect. Just amazing.

If episode 10 doesn’t give you the feels, then why? It gave me the bucket load of feels.

Now I’m going to say something about episode 11. It’s not a spoiler or anything, but it’s something I think sound be said. If you don’t want to know, then stop reading and skip to the bottom of this review.

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Episode 11 is a filler episode and not a continuation of episode 10.  By filler episode I mean it’s an episode that does not continue the story that is happening in the season. Filler episodes will usually take place sometime in the middle of season when nothing big has happened yet. I’m just getting this out there so that you don’t get disappointed like I did when I saw that episode 11 was a filler episode.

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I would give this season a 4.5/5 stars.

I believe this show is worth the watch, and I think it is one of Freeform’s best shows next to Shadowhunters. So sit back and relax and binge the first season of Stitchers. You won’t regret it.

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