Whereas I binge-listened to season 1, every episode a cliffhanger, I am still only halfway through season 2. This is a reboot deluxe, Sarah Koenig now delving into a 100% different case : An American soldier posted in Afghanistan having abandoned his post, then spent five years in captivity before being released to an American public experiencing, to say the least, mixed feelings about his homecoming.
The case is interesting, and there is nothing wrong with the treatment; quite the contrary.
I'm not sure why I lost interest... I seriously doubt I will get back to it, though.