.. casting deserves a huge shout.. as do filming & editing crews..
The show has to sell 'personality-conflict'.. and it has to have 'reality-style' drama. As such you really know all your watching is a huge dose of soap-opera style goings on. Where the production deserves credit, is that they do pick a very reasonable selection of 'unrecognized-performers' to play the parts of the Valor crew. It has to be a most interesting show to produce and film, and on the whole they pull it off to the point that after three seasons, it still has allure. Don't actually know why that is, but the atmosphere & locations have a lot to do with it. The guests are truly secondary performers, as they switch-out after one or the most two shows. Maybe it would be interesting to see what would happen with a longer-term charter, encompassing several episodes. Anyway, it's all make believe, with an ever changing cast of characters. Life doesn't permit that to happen... reality-fantasy, but it's pretty much what our world has morphed into. It can't and won't last, but for another season or two.. it's maybe just like what we've got going in the 'real world.'
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