The Strain Wasn’t Just Silly, It Was Gloriously Silly
The Strain never quite became the show it was intended to be. On one level it seemed meant to be a Walking Dead killer, the show that would make up for FX passing on the adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s hit comic book series – the one that would go on to become not only critic proof, but also one of the most watched shows on television. On another level, a level that has less to do with ratings and advertisement dollars and the squandered potential of spinoffs, The Strain was also intended to be the kind of series that brought action-horror to long-form storytelling in a way that ...
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