It provided some entertainment while hoping and praying that HBO gets better this year before I give up all together. Divorce was a total flop season 1, season 2 first episode a flop. The second one finally provided some hope. Loved The Young Pope and also praying they bring back another season. All other shows now are absolute junk - violence, crime, or an attempt at some urban shows that provide cliched portraits and it is a tragedy. Now for Mosaic - the first two episodes that featured Sharon Stone were interesting - it was good to see her again. The backdrop was Wintery, Snowy, Lodge Style, and pretty. It was, of course, a murder mystery where they do the setup in the first two episodes, spend three episodes (without Sharon Stone utter than small flashbacks) running around chasing potential suspects. While doing this it was kind of a scattered mess - flashing forward, backwards, and all over the place. Then the final "rushed wrap up" during the final 6th episode was predictable, silly, and unsatisfying as you get the sense they did not arrest the right person. Then they spent 10 minutes of the final episode cutting over to the news, where suspects and others involved where all interviews after the crime was all wrapped up - this technique of a narrative and entertainment is really cheesy. I give it 3 for optics, some of the actors where nice to see again (pewee herman in a serous role and he was great), beau bridges...the acting was good it's just that the script was kind of silly, the whole thing super formulaic, and Sharon Stone was basically a teaser that was not on air very much - like they do in Netflix Braeburn with Sissy Spacec. This is seems to be the new style of trying to entice viewers and save money which is absolute BS where you feel gipped in about the 3rd episode and quite watching the rest all together. I only remained because I did like the main character Joel, could have done without most of the rest, especially the annoying sister of first guy arrested - soooooooo annoying the way they did that. And so predictable.