Released in 2005 television series "Weeds" immediately became a revelation for many viewers. It is astonishing that the creators turned the genre rules (films about drugs and their distribution), depriving it of its edification and morality. Instead, the audience offered a number of very interesting characters, brilliantly incarnated on screen by very good actors.
The first season is indicative that we are acquainted with the main actors watching their relationship. In the future, it's just nowhere. The drama series tells the story of a suburban town Agrestik, where the main character Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker), widowed, decided to sell marijuana. Nice that the creators of the first season balance interfamily disassembly Nancy and her work (so-called dealing), because to watch her in various incarnations (a single mother and aspiring dealer) is equally interesting.
In general, the series is good with an excellent black humor, in principle, it is a business card of studio. The plot develops quickly in different directions, especially successfully obtained the ending of the series. Well, the season finale is amazing!
In second season creators skillfully combine the problems and successes of business woman Miss Botwin with turmoil in the family. Children grow up, Shane and Silas became teenagers.
Jinja Cohen can do almost everything: a brilliant actor (I note, Mary-Louise Parker and Justin Kirk), a strong and interesting plot, likeable black humor-all this makes Weeds one of the most beloved and esteemed by the American TV series. Ideally stored in a rigid line of Showtime, "Weeds" - brilliant worldly comedy about modern American life.
In the third season the main character, probably the first time serious faced "class" persons. Thus, she realized the hard way that not only the DEA - the main enemy, but also in your own environment you should keep your ears open.
Family problems are beginning to depend directly on the business - this forced relocation, and the Shane, Silas, and Andy problems (he tried himself in role of pornographic actor). Other residents of Agrestik also were tied up on grass - this is particularly surprising in regard to Celia - in the end she played a fateful role for Nancy.
The 4-th season is a definite benefit of all the secondary characters. I have not seen such amazing Kevin Nealon, Justin Kirk is so inspired, but says nothing about the children - this is their best season. Situations in which they fall - gloss, which is difficult to repeat.
Screenwriters, led by Jinja Cohen - almost a full-fledged character in the series. First, carefully twisted as this jamb, intriguing as always nice unraveled in the final.
Weeds are still being good. After a series of transformation, rebirth, gulping fresh air, "Weeds" left "Weeds". That is an elegant black comedy drama.
Season 5 was created perfectly. This year for the studio was rather fruitful, just look only at "Dexter" and "Californication".
Of course, we can re-commend the cast, re-allocate Mary-Louise, again praise Justin Kirk, young performers - but is it worth repeating? Cast from the show is excellent, played well believable.
I think the main thing of this season - its ending, forcing us to wait for the summer in order to observe continuation! It will be interesting. As always and with no doubts!