– As we always try to mention, you can watch these shows the legal way by having El Rey Network or UniMás. The El Rey website says streaming episodes are “coming soon.” Go to the site and type in your info, they’ll tell you where to watch it. If you don’t have any other option, it’s worth it to find them wherever you can find them, but you didn’t get that from me.
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Please click through for the Over/Under on Lucha Underground episode 13 from February 4, 2015.
Over/Under: Son Of Havoc’s Story … For Now
I think it’s important to note a specific tone in criticism for Lucha Underground, because it’s different from what you might be used to. If you read my criticisms of Raw they come from a place of pessimism and exhaustion. We’re what, almost 1200 episodes into the show? By that point you know the creative ebb and flow of the show and what it’s capable of, and have a solid estimate of how often you can expect it to succeed. If I say “this story isn’t going to work,” it’s because they’ve probably done 200 stories exactly like it, and 198 of them farted out.