After watching the finale of NBC’s The Player, I’m left questioning whether Alex Kane wasn’t the only one who was played.
It seems the viewers were also cheated.
Sticking with the series for nine episodes no one was still any closer to learning who had taken Ginny and, most importantly, why.
Locker full of weapons aside, The Player clearly left viewers with more questions than answers.
Was Ginny a spy? Involved in some dirty dealings?
And who was after Johnson and why?
Questions and cliffhangers aside, the series proved to be the only show I regretted watching for 2015.
A waste of viewing time, The Player danced around the central plot without ever getting to it.
The relationships and loyalties in this series? Just as hard to put your finger on as the point of The Player.
One moment Cassandra was siding with Alex, Mr Johnson the root of all evil, and the next she was committed to saving Johnson’s skin, facing-off against the big bad wolf who wanted to take him down, whoever that was.
If viewers were looking for revelations after all of the drawn-out suspense, they were left, once again, disappointed.
The only revelation the series seemed to afford viewers was Mr Johnson and Cassandra were clearly always meant to be a duo, ‘The Player’ a convenient muscle readily disposed of.
What a bombshell!
If you like a show who’s quality is just as questionable as the characters’ loyalties, then I highly recommend The Player.