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A.D. The Bible Continues: Season 1 (2015)
Critic Consensus: Attempts to offer a fresh look at a traditional tale notwithstanding, A.D.: The Bible Continues doesn't do enough to set itself apart from its many predecessors.
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A.D. for the most part has a fairly solid script, although Pilate tends to go 20th century at times.
Handsomely produced (on what appears to be a considerably larger budget than The Bible), diversely cast-with nary a "name" actor in sight-and fresh in its approach to the texts, A.D. deserves more than most of its ilk to be called inspired.
The series gets points for sticking closely to its source material and promoting positive messages that, while steeped in Christian tradition, have widespread appeal -- among them faith, hope, love, and loyalty.
It's an old narrative that hasn't been modernized as much as it has been repackaged in a snappy manner. It mostly works.
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