A disturbed child convinces a complete stranger that she's his mother, embroiling her in a town-wide fantasy with his sociopathic mother as an adversary.
I guess this would be entertaining for little girls. This didn't grab me in the first few episodes. It needs more explosions, or maybe a male role model.
Ok look, I fucking hate fake blonder-than-blonde girl there. You're not fooling anyone. Stop. Just stop.
The evil queen is hot, and I love her expression.
This is a ball-less chick show. It has these awkward flashbacks apparently meant to be some sort of storytelling slight-of-hand to distract the viewers from seeing this as being about some deranged kid's fantasy.
I like fantasy, but this has no spine or soul. I just don't think this show's story arc could have worked properly if too much of its "fantasy is real"-ness was introduced early on. I might have been able to get into this show had I watched MUCH more of it. I'm confident I would have had to watch a lot more before anything good would come out of it. It feels like it would need to be stuck on a lot of talking for years before getting useful.
I've generally got no complaints about anything except for the very overarching story. I don't think I'm anywhere near the target audience.