Why you've gotta watch 'Black Bird'





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Apple TV+ has another hit on its hands with Black Bird, a jailhouse drama inspired by a true story of serial killings from the 1990s.
It stars Taron Egerton (Rocketman), was developed by top crime writer Dennis Lehane (The Wire, Shutter Island) and features Ray Liotta in his last role.
But the six-part series is getting raves for the tour-de-force performance of Paul Walter Hauser (Richard Jewell), who plays the suspected serial killer.
“Again, it’s Hauser who walks off with the show with his portrayal of Larry,” writes our critic Scout Tafoya in his rave review of the final episode.
The series finale airs Friday, and Tafoya says the series concludes with a “shocking and satisfying ending.”
– Leander Kahney, EIC.

'Black Bird' will break your heart with its riveting conclusion [Apple TV+ recap] ★★★★☆
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One more thing ...
“There’s different things in life you can do. You can become a painter, you can become a sculptor. You can make something by yourself. But that’s not what I do. I do the other thing, which is, you work at things that one person can’t do, and that you need large numbers of people to do. I know people like symbols, but it’s always unsettling when people write stories about me, because they tend to overlook a lot of other people.” – Steve Jobs
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