Whenever a book is turned into a movie or television series people will always compare it to the original work. Although the two mediums are very different in what they offer and the restrictions they have, there will be two camps: fans and critics.

I must admit that when you have become the lover of a book series and it is put on screen, it is hard not to be nit-picky about the details that you have imagined. Rather than the thousands of imagined Harry Dresden characters the directors have characterized him in a single way. Some viewers love him, some hate him.

A large portion of the television series audience were deterred from criticizing the protagonist because of Paul Blackthorne’s good looks. While some were appalled that he had short hair and carried around a magical hockey stick rather than his staff, as described in the books.

Others thought the chemistry between Harry and his counterpart, Murphy, was there but was not given any attention. Also the lack of continuity throughout the episodes was seen with the more standalone stories in each episode rather than the season having a common thread.

This may have been why the show only lasted for one season. Are these difference forgivable or not? Should the show have been given a chance at anoth