I got the competing schedules a little bit mixed up for Park Chan-wook's The Little Drummer Girl series since it was airing on UK television separately from American TV and I'd started by watching it via the former and ended, I think, via the latter - point being I'm pretty sure the show has run all of its episodes for everybody now on both sides of the pond, all the sides of the pond, but I'm not one hundred percent on that so I'll refrain from getting into spoilers here. Broadly, I thought it was good! It looked fabulous - if you like vintage lamps and concrete buildings and half-naked Alexander Skarsgard, and I do like all of those things, this thing was a goldmine. And Florence Pugh proved Lady Macbeth was no fluke. If anybody's got deeper thoughts (not hard) share in the comments!