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Michelle Dockery's Good Behavior is a fun, tension-building ride

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Fans of Downton Abbey are used to seeing Michelle Dockery on her best behavior, and though her new TNT show may be called Good Behavior, her antics are anything but.

In this clip from Bingeworthy, hosts Jessica Shaw and Touré discuss the drama, and both agree that while the show is interesting and fun to watch, the pilot’s ending leaves a big question mark.

“She’s a super con artist, and she’s really smart about the way she does it,” Touré explains.

“But then she overhears a hit,” Shaw says. “I love the part of the pilot where she’s hiding in the closet, she’s hearing the plan for the hit, and she’s like, ‘Who’s the husband who’s paying this man to kill his wife?’ I thought that was so exciting. But then at the end of the show, all of a sudden, she’s teaming up with the hitman?”

Though Touré explains she’s forced to join forces with evil, it still leaves the ending a bit too up in the air for him. “I really like this premise,” he says. “They have this great way of sliding into these moments… and you’re like, ‘Oh my god, the tension.’ So that’s exciting. But I’m totally like, ‘Where do we go from here?’”

Shaw also found fault in Dockery’s character’s flaws, such as her meth problem. “I know this is selfish, but if they’re going to be off doing capers and ripping off rich people, I just didn’t want it to be like, smoking meth out of a lightbulb,” she says.

Will they deem Good Behavior bingeworthy?

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