I admit, I have been hard on #CountryComfort, but with the last two episodes, the Netflix show finally found its footing.
We have finally found some emotional investment in ‘Country Comfort’ which has made these last few episodes not so bad.
I mean it wasn’t great, but it wasn’t bad. Country Comfort’s seventh episode was better than all the other ones combined.
We’re back with another episode of Country Comfort and I am still wondering who I am going to invoice for the next 27 minutes of my life that can not be returned to me, but I stupidly volunteered to give…
Even Leann Rimes can’t save the waste of space and time that is Country Comfort. LORD, this show needs to go.
Country Comfort delivers an OK episode, but still reminds us that it’s disjointed, ill paced, and everything is out of place.
Episode 3 of Country Comfort felt like a filler episode, one that hadn’t needed to be there if they would stop trying to rush everything.
Country Comfort again offers no comfort at all. It offers a headache and a wonder how a third grader got a job writing TV.
We talked to Country Comfort star Ricardo Hurtado about the show, going back to his roots and balancing acting and music.
You know when a TV show is bad how you hope a TV show is so bad that it’s good? This show is just BAD.