Giancarlo Esposito dazzles in new crime drama ‘Parish’

Never seeing Breaking Bad has many benefits. 

For one, I can ignore those “best television shows of all time” debates at parties when they come to Walter White and think about whether I'm responsible enough to buy a big plant. 

I sometimes have the luxury of not caring about Aaron Paul's career. 

But the best thing of not caring about the meth show or Better Call Saul is that I have avoided inadvertently pigeonholing Giancarlo Esposito. 

I don't know what I'd do without seeing one of America's best character actors as Gus Fring from Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. 

Given Esposito's recent popularity, that would be frustrating. Esposito is back to the network that made him famous after The Mandalorian, two Netflix series (of different quality), and superb voice work on Max's animated Harley Quinn. 

On Mar. 31, AMC will screen his latest drama, Parish, a mildly intriguing thriller that succeeds best when it focuses on its hero. 

The six-episode season moves quickly when Esposito is on screen, but it slows down when he's not. Esposito provides Breaking Bad-level excitement, but Parish's unbalanced action disappoints crime narrative fans. 

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