Critic Consensus: Guided by an excellent turn from Jessica Biel, Limetown sustains and impressively creeping atmosphere that makes up for its occasionally fuzzy plotting.
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as Lia Haddock
as Warren Chambers
as Deirdre Wells
as Sadia Latifi
as Gina Purri
as Emile Haddock
as Mark Green
as Lenore Dougal
as Max Finlayson
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Gripping, succinct, punchy and thrilling, the spirit of the very best of 1970s paranoia films permeates Limetown, making it essential, captivating viewing.
With a creepy story and a strong lead performance, Limetown is definitely worth checking out, whether you're a fan of the podcast or not.
The mystery is more than engaging enough to keep me watching, and Biel really does a lot of heavy lifting in terms of holding it all together.
The contributions of a commanding lead like Jessica Biel and outstanding support from Stanley Tucci help this version of Limetown feel as engrossing and necessary as the first.
It's spookily quiet but not slow (episodes fly by) and has a real X-Files vibe.
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