This show makes you realize Nicole Kidman is a terrible actress.
This show started as a murder mystery and now it's more of a commentary on race,class.
The whole family are a bunch of sociopaths. I wouldn't be surprised if they all did it.
Who knew Hugh Grant could play such a royal bastard with such conviction! He truly is the star of this show! Brilliant acting!
What did we learn? Nicole has had so much work done, it's impossible for us to read her face. Good job she's not an actress... Hugh Grant is unable to resurrect a crap script. And we lost an hour of our lives as a poor scriptwriter realised he needed to introduce some completely out of character changes in the suspects in order to make his predictable plot seem less predictable.
This show airs at 9 p.m. ETon Sundays
The lawyer just answered the question that’s been bothering me! Why is Grace so defensive? Cause she is withholding to protect her place in society! Also I don’t know about you guys but I would never pay for my cheating husband’s bail, maybe I would help him out with the lawyer just for my kid but 2 MILLION?!?? Especially when the husband was supposed to be rich on his own, then he drained their joint account and also asked her dad for 500k!!! I’m very shocked at the principal being so ugly to Henry, like I said I do feel bad for Henry but he’s gonna be alright no matter what, but what shocks me is that the board is taking this position when henry’s grandpa is the one who pays the tuition and donates to the school, so yeah it’s a messy trial but it’s gonna end in a couple of months and everyone is gonna forget about the school and henry/grace, so it’s two months of publicity vs a few more years of donations! I’ve never been more disgusted and infuriated by any scene in a show/movie than when Jonathan went into the Alves home and then dared to touch Miguel and even go into their bedrooms, it really made me feel sick! The entitlement he feels over them!!
I still suspect Papa Sutherland, but now that they're actually making him seem more than capable of it, it's starting to make me think that it's NOT him. For now, let's just say that I wouldn't put it past him. And given the nature of the killing, it strongly suggests a male culprit, so if it wasn't Franklin and it wasn't Jonathan or Fernando (who apparently had an alibi), then we're down to one of the detectives...or the school's dean. Now THAT would be interesting. "Gee, I'd love to give you a tuition break, Mrs. Alvarez, but..."