Inhumans
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A right royal mess

Dave Golder

There hasn’t been a show like Inhumans for a very long time. In the old days there was always one show on that everybody loved to loathe: Crime Traveller, Syfy’s Flash Gordon, Demons… But more recently, even the least-loved shows haven’t been all bad.

Inhumans, however, is all bad. No journalistic hyperbole. It’s a turkey. Marvel’s lunar-dwelling superpowered race, with their austere royal family, have been turned into a TV dog’s dinner – and considering the show’s teleporting pooch is the size of a smart car, that’s some dog’s dinner.

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