“‘Room 104’ Ends Its Intriguing Storytelling Experiment With A Genre-Bending Final Season”

Honestly, it’s for the best that Room 104 ends. Even anthology shows, which have a greater built-in shelf life than most other TV show formats, have to wrap it up eventually, especially ones as gimmick-driven as Room 104. How many stories can you really tell in the same space?

The answer is “a lot,” but maybe telling “even more” would have brought the series down “to a bad level.” As is, it’s super inconsistent, but I respect the effort put into making the conceit feel cohesive across countless story modes and genres.

You can read my full review up at The Playlist.

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