Host Exerts Herself Too Much
This series is generally very well-done. However, I feel like the host exerts herself too much it feels like the Amory Show, instead of the stories surrounding the Sophia’s case. As a journalist, it’s fine that she starts off with a hypothesis, but she should be adaptable to what’s uncovered along the way. You feel like Amory’s tone turned to almost that of anger when she found out that Sophia might not be a completely trustworthy person. The enthusiasm also waned. But isn’t that what journalists do, to try to stay objective in the face of discoveries. Even if she’s frustrated that things don’t match her expectations, it’s more professional to not sound too affected by it. And while it’s always interesting to hear about a host’s personal feelings and anecdotes, hearing about the spiel about how upset she got and how nervous she was before interviewing Sophia again after learning about her testimony… it’s a little too much. And while I appreciate to know about her verdict, I guess, again for great journalism, it’s better to summarize and lay out facts and theories so that we can form our own informed opinions.
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