This week, Kale Ingram is hailed as one of the best characters on television. Also, fans in the media are invoking all the reasons why Rubicon deserves a second season.
– TV Squad lists six good reasons to keep Rubicon on the air. Among them: “It’s one of the most distinctive-looking shows on TV,” and Kale Ingram (Arliss Howard) “is one of the best TV characters of all time.”
– CliqueClack sings Kale’s praises, as well, calling him “one of my favorite characters on television right now. He’s slick, smarter than everyone else, and… he’s a complete bad ass.” The site also declares that Rubicon is hitting its stride: “The research and espionage is fascinating.”
– HitFix offers a thoughtful analysis of Episode 10 and commends Rubicon for its unconventional storytelling: “I remain impressed that a story where virtually all the action has taken place off-screen remains as compelling as it has.” For more thoughts on last Sunday’s episode, check out New York Magazine, Time, TV Fanatic, A.V. Club, Daemon’s TV and TV.com.
– Buzz Focus provides an in-depth recap of the entire first season thus far, and urges readers to watch the show: “How many television shows dare the viewer’s mind to keep pace, despite rarely moving faster than the second gear?”
– The Reading Eagle profiles Pennsylvania native Meg Gibson, who plays widow Joan Hadas.Read More