Things move slow in Florida, especially down in the Keys, swampy and tropical and swaddled in salty breezes. But there’s something attractive about that slowness, isn’t there? Something arresting about the creeping way that darkness can invade these balmy backwaters? Well, Netflix hopes so. Because the streaming service’s new series Bloodline, which premieres tomorrow, definitely needs some time to seep into your veins. But once it has, it’s hard to shake.
A few weeks ago I had a conversation with a fellow entertainment-writer type, and she said she hated Bloodline, just thought it was so dull and puffed-up. She’d only seen the first episode, had decided not to watch beyond that, and I totally understand why. The first episode of Bloodline, which was ...
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