Murphy is a flawed blind young woman stumbling through life with help from her two close friends - Jess, her roommate, and Tyson, a young man who once saved her from being mugged.
Murphy's life takes an unexpected turn when she comes across a lifeless body that she believes to be Tyson's while walking with her guide dog. But when the body disappears before the police arrive, they are reluctant to believe her story. Now Murphy sets out to find the truth about what really happened to her friend.
Characters are real, not sugar sweet or nasty rotten -- they're all a bit of both...
I want to hate it, but I can't. Like an illegal painkiller, I'm addicted. Where will this disgusting character land?
Pleased to see my network-sponsored-mind/curiosity-drug survive for at least one more season.
The lead is amazing. Love how much she loves Tyson.
I bought the series on iTunes — & am in heaven. ❤️❤️❤️
Love the cast too. Murphy’s roommate is so sweet & obviously sees something good in Murphy. Plus —
The chemistry between Murphy & Max is amazing.
A deliberately unlikable character but I suspect with some redemption coming, if the series survives.
Her slutty, overall bad behavior does spawn some humour.
Some early critics/reporters and screenings viewers have been left with the belief that little to no research on the subject was carried out which, having watched the pilot, I wholeheartedly agree with.
There is quite literally nothing to like about this show, most notably the main crux of the story being based around a thoroughly unlikable character (not to mention a really bad representation of a blind person) investigating the murder of another thoroughly unlikable character.
I also must say that I think Perry Mattfeld was miscast in the lead role and I'm very surprised she decided to take the part, given her theatrical background. She deserves a better vehicle to break into TV (as a lead anyway) but saying that I would have thought she would have passed on this particular show.
She most likely wanted to do something edgy/gritty to make a name for herself as a 'serious actor' but even if she had 'the chops' for the part (sadly, I don't think she does) the production would ultimately let her down.
Hard pass for me!