The first time I talked about FX’s Snowfall was when it first began, and although it was apparent to me even then that this wasn’t just another entry in a succession of cookie-cutter, cocaine-centric crime thrillers flooding the streaming markets, I hadn’t the slightest idea of the epic drama it would become. Two seasons later, Snowfall is still a symphony of orchestrated chaos, and a masterclass in tone management. Much like the title of this current season’s fourth episode, this show’s been an exciting depiction of “The Game That Moves As You Play,” and it’s becoming clear that the players we’ve been watching aren’t exactly who we thought they were, at least not anymore.
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