The Massive: Ninth Wave is a pretty strong miniseries overall with what it does because a miniseries of standalone stories is pretty rare these days. Everything has to have meaning or be a part of something larger, so getting something like this that digs into six or more stories within the installments expands the narrative in an engaging way. Wood definitely delivers across the board here and in this finale and he made out wonderfully once again with Garry Brown on board. Brown really captures a great look for both auditorium and Africa in this while ensuring that our characters are engaging beyond just the words provided but through posture and expression. I really enjoyed this series overall and the finale delivers what I'd hoped for. Read Full Review
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