I didn't find it all that bad at all.
Yes, more evidence would have been nice, but as mentioned in the first episode " the noises were not unexplainable",hence.. editing.
Why go into detail (30 minute show) about possible evidence that they may have already examined off camera and found as they say, not unexplainable.
Its a good 'time-killer' if your trying to fill the time slot, but if its not needed then why bog down the show.
The 'highlighting' of the host would seem appropriate. If I was the founder and director of show being aired on a mainstream television
station...hell yeah I would want my mug on the screen.
The 'holy water' incident was based on an experience the host had as a child, it made him feel better with his ordeal, so inturn hoped it would have
the same effect for this child.
The 'unknown demon' issue, well... that I tend to agree with you somewhat. Although it seemed like a an intentional 'cliff-hanger'. One assumption
would be that within his field of investigations, this same entity has come up before and as in any TV show trying to make a start... 'Leave em'
I personally liked the idea of introducing demons into the premise of the show right away. I was expecting just the typical 'ghost' haunting /
investigations, so to add the Demon element is a bonus.
The show is obviously about the host, NOT the families, or people in need of help
I have to disagree. To me, it seemed as though they or him, conveyed ample amounts of consideration and hope for the families involved.
Follow ups with both the families featured, as well as planned visits in the future seemed to be showing genuine concern for those involved.
My view, the show has potential. It is in fact 'Entertainment', but it does seem to offer something to the viewer in regards to what these guys do
for an investigation and how things transpire.
Not to discount your reactions to the show, I can agree with some of them. It just seems like a very opinionated stand on only two 30 mins
I myself, will be tuning in next week to follow their next investigations