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Terrible soundtrack of mismatched and odd sounds that would be too cheesy for star trek even (love campy star trek, but in western genre, it is like eating an onion salad while having a cup of coffee).
I get that film technology limited the budgets and knowing what they had in the film can until hours later, but the acting is terrible. Typical perfectly clean clothes on cowboys and housewives set error, but that's not rare for westerns.
I sat through only one episode.
A "4" is generous.
What the other 123 reviews saw I have no clue but I suspect someone who has a connection to the show are trying hard for some royalties or something lol.
Sitting on the toilet is an upgrade over this show, truly. Not trying to be mean, but you have to wonder how they kept shooting after seeing their own horrible effort.
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