– “You’re just like, ‘All right, take me, Jesus. This is my time’”
While “Underground” has been criticized by some — including Snoop Dogg — for its depiction of slavery in America, series star Aldis Hodge says that the WGN America show is about much more than that.
“It’s an amazing show that is really about the foundation of America; the foundation of American superheroes, the foundation of what it takes to persevere and really find your strength and your potential,” Hodge told TheWrap.
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Wow! That was some finale! It was exciting and so nice to see Rosalee and Noah have some time to themselves. I was sad that Noah didn’t make it but it was so great that he sacrificed himself and the women worked together to get Rosalee and Boo to freedom. Plus Ernestine finally had some justice for the murder of her son. But at the same time, both her anad Noah are in a bad place now. Hopefully Season 2 will show them continuing their attempts for freedom.
How great is it that the city of Memphis, TN had day to honor “Underground”. This show has really touched a lot of people.