Vindication- a series review.

 I had surgery in the past week and when browsing for a show to binge because what else is there to do when you are on bed rest and I came across Vindication.  I wasnt sure if I was going to like it as I am not a fan of crime drama but after the first episode I found myself wanting more, my daughter watched it with me and we love it.  

Vindication is a crime show unlike any other I’ve seen. The stories are told in an artsy style with flashbacks seamlessly interspersed. The writing is top notch, pulling you into each episode and literally keeping you on the edge of your seat the entire time. You can’t look away for a moment or you’ll miss something. Vindication takes very seriously the rule that everything in a movie is there for a reason and nothing is there unless it adds to the story. There’s no fluff.  This is also an family friendly series. 

We watch a lot of detective shows and we are usually  pretty good at predicting the end, but not with  #VindicationMIN While I might have suspicions, I’m always pleasantly surprised by the final outcome. In fact, after an intense climax that usually has me bawling, in the end, I know that something will catch me by surprise, and I’ll laugh before it’s over. For me, that’s the ultimate test of entertainment – something that brings me to both tears and laughter. To do that in a 30 minute segment is incomprehensible, and yet they do it each time.

I watched it on Pureflix because that is one of my fav streaming service.  

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