Do you prefer all-season arcs or 1-2 episode stories? All-season arcs have advantages and disadvantages. SOME ADVANTAGES: - potential for in-depth stories that don't need to be totally resolved within 45-60 minutes - a more cinematic feel - more room for twists & turns & cliffhangers - more continuity from one episode to the next SOME DISADVANTAGES: - if you're not fond of the main story arc, it's hard to get around it - if the viewer doesn't buy into the ending, the whole season might be viewed as having bombed - possibly less rewatchability for individual episodes in the future It's been pointed out that all-season story arcs might be easier for some viewers to digest if they were able to binge the episodes rather than take them a week at a time, because the lack of info can be frustrating (for some folks), and they give up after coming to wrong conclusions before the loose ends are allowed to come together. Suspense is a tricky thing, and there's not even a guarantee that they will completely resolve the Red Angel arc this season. If it goes into season 3, I fear a revolt. But I'm in it for all arcs, big and small.