14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2006
In this season, there is more conflict, growth and turmoil for the Fischer family. This is the finest most realistic heartwarming show ever made. The characters are haunting and true to life and this final season offers one of the most beautiful endings ever seen. If you are a fan of the Fischer family, do not miss this season.
If you are wondering what the show is about, start at the beginning (Season 1) and enjoy the ride! It is a very addictive show about living and dying which takes place in a funeral home. It is dark and humourous and each episode stays with you longafter and always makes you think. The characters make you angry, happy and sad all at the same time. When the season ends, you can't help but feel like you have lost some friends. That is acting at its finest!
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on February 8, 2006
When you watch a series from the beginning, it is hard not to be let down or disappointed when it ends. Alan Ball is the amazing exception to that disappointment. I loved "Six Feet Under", and all I had wanted was not to be left wanting more, or wondering "whatever happened?" From the shocking developement in the eighth episode of season five, to the gorgeous final scene from the finale episode, this is by far the best television has ever offered. I only hope that future series will come along and stand up to the bar that "Six Feet Under" brilliantly raised.