Whatever Remains, However Improbable

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Holmes and Watson face their greatest challenge to date when a murder investigation threatens to destroy their partnership.

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Je viens de lire quelques articles et je comprends mieux pourquoi cette saison m'a semblé étrange et moins qualitative que les précédentes. > This season was initially ordered at 13 episodes; about six months later the order was extended to 21, a significant chunk of story to backfill. Early episodes of this season, believing they would be Elementary’s last, pulled out all the stops trying to bring the story to a close. The later episodes, which pushed the original two-part ending back, tried to match the subtly elegiac tone of the character beats in the season’s first half, and more or less succeeded. Source : https://tv.avclub.com/elementary-tries-out-an-ending-with-hope-for-whatever-1829128698 > "You're talking about a scene that killed me to write because it was my goodbye, too," showrunner Rob Doherty told TVLine. "I had to assume this was the end for the series. > > Doherty also admitted that he would have explored Michael further had he known they were getting more episodes, and teased what we can expect from the next season. Source : http://www.digitalspy.com/tv/elementary/news/a866470/elementary-season-6-finale-final-episode-sherlock-joan-love/ Ceci explique donc pourquoi la storyline de Michael est décousue et soudainement bâclée, pourquoi la saison manque de cohérence, pourquoi de nombreux épisodes donnent l'impression de n'être que du remplissage. C'est exactement ce qu'ils étaient. Et je me dis que CBS aurait mieux fait de s'abstenir.


Plutot pas mal comme final