Now that the 2nd episode of "VEGAS" has aired, what is your opinion?
"Vegas" had a stellar launch but some critics took umbrage with the title and character development. Now that the second episode has aired we are seeing a lot more development of characters and story lines. Since this is loosely based on the real life story of Sheriff Ralph Lamb, do you think this show is headed in the right direction and will it last?
After thoroughly enjoying the two shows of Vegas that have been on TV I think the characters, the set and the plots are fantastic. I try to never listen to critics because by and large I normally don't agree with their opinions anyway. I hope the show makes it.
I'm not that much of a fan of Vegas myself. I must admit that the second episode was better than the first, but it just doesn't do that much for me. It is so predictable that Savino always has something to do with the case-of-the-week. For me, it's not exciting to find out what happened, because Savino('s men) always did it.
From the ratings it becomes clear that Vegas is more popular with people over 50 years old than with younger people. And since advertisers only care for 18 to 49 year olds, I'm afraid the show won't last very long.
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