DAISY JONES AND THE SIX gifted viewers with a devastating and uplifting journey to witness. Watching the crumbling of such an extraordinary band and their moment was not easy. The original book and the series are different enough to allow for a total picture of each character created.
These final episodes wanted fans to enjoy the band’s final performance together. It tore at your heartstrings to see all of them in such pain. Drugs and rock and roll may not always be the answer to mend broken lives. The writers showcased the concert at Soldier Field, Chicago, in 1977. There was nowhere to hide when the lights were focused amid the thousands of screaming fans.
DJATS is about the incredible musical moments. Billy (Sam Claflin) and Daisy (Riley Keough) were born to sing and create music together. Those two can perform and create magic on stage. Any woman would love to be on the receiving end of those intriguing, beguiling looks. It was written in the stars how far they would go thanks to a push from Billy’s wife, Camila (Camila Morrone). Love truly had no boundaries. In the finale, viewers are privy to who was the person interviewing each member of the band for the imaginary documentary. I did not see that coming. I thoroughly enjoyed that twist in the story and where it led.
DAISY JONES AND THE SIX explored the drug-infested, rock-and-sexy scene of the ’70s. It was a fun look back to a time most of us were glad we matured. But it doesn’t mean we can’t get up and still dance the night away one more time.
It is available to stream on AMAZON PRIME.