This is the half way point of the first season of For Life. We’re following Aaron Wallace as he’s been currently incarcerated for the past nine years. He recently has received a breakthrough with him now being in possession of his confidential police file.
The last episode Marie, was my favorite episode of the series so far.The way they handled time and the acting performance from Joy Bryant as Marie was Emmy worthy.This week we are back in present day and the story is continuing. I’m glad we get to see more of Henry Roswell.He is the former state … Continue reading For Life S1E5 Review: Witness
I’ve recently gotten back into writing reviews for this show and since the world has essentially stopped waiting out this pandemic I feel there’s no time like the present to continue what I’ve started. Aaron Wallace was plucked from his friends and family accused of a crime he hasn’t committed. He has been sentenced to serve life in prison and being ever resourceful he becomes a lawyer while incarcerated and is now serving as prison rep for his fellow inmates.
Life is complicated. I really enjoy this show and all the webs it weaves. There's connections from both minor and major characters that are intriguing moving forward.
I love that their take wasn't classic Boy Meets World.
Even though I thought they wanted Lucas and Riley to be the next Cory and Topanga they took the Frozen angle and highlighted that Riley's greatest relationship was her friendship with Maya. This was seen in the ending conversation of this episode but also in Girl Meets Sixteen where Riles is unsure of what will happen with her and Lucas but they both are definite in how their relationship with be even stronger.