TV Show Review: Believe
For a show that, at first, I didn’t think had much promise, the second episode of Believe delivered more than I expected. The star actress, Johnny Sequoyah, who plays Bo – I know this girl from somewhere. I don’t know what I saw her in, and nothing about her on the internet checks out for me. Maybe she just reminds me of someone. I don’t know. Regardless, she does a great job and so do the rest of the cast, as they fight against some unforeseen government entity, hellbent on getting this girl for nefarious purposes. We discover that she is a gifted child in telekinesis, more so than any other, and everyone wants her. Of course, she likes to pull Sam Becketts and gives to the poor and the down trodden. I suppose. Unbeknownst to her, though, she is hooked up with her biological dad, who is an escaped death row inmate, who was on his way to his execution when he was busted out by the guy protecting Bo. Should turn out to be a pretty good series (if they don’t screw it up). Enjoy it tonight. This episode is pretty entertaining.