Cash Dome - Netflix

For a quarter century, Cash Dome Jewelry and Pawn has been a lifeline for some of the most outrageous characters in Miami. But now, as 75-year-old founder Mickey Gallander prepares to step down as manager, the pressure on his family to perform is heating up. Mickey's Son, Joshua "White Boy" Gallander was raised in the pawn shop, hardened on the streets of Miami, and ready to take on the world. Along with his combative, ex-con brother Josh, White Boy must convince his father that he's ready to take the reins of the Cash Dome and make it the biggest and best pawn shop in Florida.

Cash Dome - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2013-08-13

Cash Dome - Under the Dome (TV series) - Netflix

Under the Dome is an American science-fiction mystery drama television series. It premiered on CBS on June 24, 2013, and concluded on September 10, 2015. The series was developed by Brian K. Vaughan and based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. Under the Dome tells the story of the residents of the fictional small town of Chester's Mill, when a massive, transparent, indestructible dome suddenly cuts them off from the rest of the world. Military forces, the government, and the media positioned outside the barrier attempt to break it down, while the residents trapped inside must find their own ways to survive with diminishing resources and rising tensions. A small group of people inside the dome must also unravel complicated mysteries to figure out what the dome is, where it came from, and when (and if) it will go away. Under the Dome was an instant success for the network; the premiere in June 2013 broke the record as the most-watched summer drama premiere on any television network since 1992. The show continued to enjoy high viewership ratings throughout its first season, but the second and third seasons of the series had significant declines in live viewership. Initially, Under the Dome had a positive critical reception, which changed into mixed reviews as the series progressed. Under the Dome came to a conclusion in September 2015. Over three seasons, 39 episodes were produced. Executive producer and showrunner Neal Baer stated in an interview after the finale aired: “I'm very happy with this ending. I feel very satisfied. We made it so there could be another [season]… but it wasn't necessary.”

Cash Dome - Season 2 - Netflix

The second season has a score of 52/100, based on nine reviews, indicating “mixed or average reviews”, on review aggregator website Metacritic. The season has a score of 57/100, based on 14 reviews, on film and TV review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes; the site's critical consensus for the season reads: “Though it reins in some of the first season's absurdity and shows potential for improvement, Under the Dome's second season still feels like a ride with no closure.” Negative reviews included Hank Stuever of The Washington Post, who wrote that “I just don’t buy Under the Dome, on any level. I think the story is a shambles and the concept is dumb”, and Verne Gay of Newsday, who wrote “Under the dumb”. However, other critics were more positive; Mark Dawidziak of The Plain Dealer wrote that “If not top-tier TV terror fare, Under the Dome certainly is solid second-level stuff. And given the state of horror on television these days, that's a bloody good compliment. Even while acknowledging the occasional misstep, give Under the Dome credit for getting a lot of things right”, while Sarah Rodman of The Boston Globe wrote that “there are glimmers of hope for season two”.

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