32 replies
  1. LD51
    LD51 says:

    I just discovered this show randomly on Starz On Dmnd. This has become my favorite show, by far. With this and Spartacus, I don't know what Starz is doing (I HATE television) but keep it up, we need more!

  2. paiges38
    paiges38 says:

    @kRypt1Kz that is exactly how I felt when I finished the book. I was in a sort of depressed state and I felt as if one of my closest friends had just passed away. I have yet to re-read it because I know it just won't be the same as the first time I read it. The stories won't be fresh and there won't be that sense of anticipation from not knowing what is going to happen next. The Pillars of the Earth is a true literary masterpiece and even though I finished it some months ago I still miss it.

  3. cbradley1391
    cbradley1391 says:

    i watched one of the episodes last night and it was pretty good. im gona catch the next one tonight. but i cant help but feel the director was trying to make it too much like Rome.

  4. Braden626
    Braden626 says:

    I loved the series, but I watched it with my parents. That made for a very awkward situation. The funny thing is, of all of the sex scenes, only two of them were between married people. One of which was between the villains (the Hanleys). And you could argue that by the end, Alfred was a bad guy.

  5. clearles
    clearles says:

    I only read a bit of the book, but William's not really evil – he feels only sadness when Aliena casts him off, not desire for revenge. But his mother encourages the bad side of him. So, you are absolutely right.

  6. MeatloafGreaserFilms
    MeatloafGreaserFilms says:

    You're kidding me? William is a despicable bastard, and he, Waleran, maybe Stephen, and Regan are the true villains. Even Alfred redeems himself in the books! Whoever believes that William is not a child of pure evil surely knows absolutely nothing of the book. All the rage of Alien's rejection led him to a life full of want and greed. Definitely one of the characters I hate the most.

  7. Devon Moeller
    Devon Moeller says:

    Totally agreed. There is no part of William that i empathize with. I mean even from the beginning he almost ran over Tom's daughter. And then thinks it's ok to do whatever he wants as long as he confesses to the bishop!

  8. Jorge
    Jorge says:

    Man i remember coming home at 2 am from work high as a kite a d watching this on starz. Good times wished they would have made a second season


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