John is the mature brother working in the Sheriff’s department. He’s the glue that keeps the family together.
Next is Meg, the lawyer in the family. She looks up to John and is always willing to cater to her parents’ needs.
Kevin is the youngest Rayburn. His life is seemingly falling apart, but remains loyal to his siblings and family name.
What I loved: Netflix has done it again. Bloodline is an incredible show, absolutely binge-worthy and will most definitely become your newest obsession.
The show has flashbacks and flash-forwards woven into almost every episode which helps viewers paint the total picture of the Rayburn’s past, present and future.
The show does start off a bit slow, but once it ramps up, the intensity is palpable. You will spend the entire season rooting for Danny to turn his life around, hating him for his decisions, sympathizing for what has happened to him, and then hating him all over again.
I spent countless minutes holding my breath and clenching the couch cushions. There are surprises around every corner and your heart will pound up until the very shocking season finale.
I was also beyond thrilled to see Kyle Chandler (John Rayburn) on my television screen again. While he may not be guiding the troubled youth and teaching QB sneaks as he did in Friday Night Lights, he does an excellent job bringing raw emotion and validity to his character.
What I didn’t: There were very, very few things I didn’t like about this show. In fact, there is only one aspect that sticks out in mind that I wish could have been stronger. As previously mentioned, the show has many flashbacks. However, I wish there would have been more flashbacks showing how close the siblings were growing up. We see how some relationships unraveled in the past, but I would have liked to see more instances of how at one time, they were strong and unwavering.