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Inspired by the exciting incidents of the series' The Young Pope' that follows Lenny Belardo, a young man, who becomes the elected Pius XIII, who faces many challenges and conspiracies through his win at the election and join the Vatican, but he manages to overcome all the obstacles, according to his courage. In the first season, when Pius XIII enters in a coma, a new election is going to be held.
The New Pope would be much more enjoyable if it were streamlined into the five or six episodes necessary to effectively tell the story that needs to be told. Instead, we get nine, at least three of which just tread water.
It's a show with so much at its disposal and one that uses all that to do what it's done before, less well. It may have Law and Malkovich as an odd-couple sort of father and son. But this time around, it lacks spirit.