The Wu-Tang Clan Deserve a Better Show Than This Hot Mess

It would make sense for Wu-Tang: An American Saga to emphasize, in its narrative and on its soundtrack, famed Staten Island crew as a pastiche of every gangster and drug-dealing clich imaginable, Hulus eight-part series (premiering Sept. 4) is both ill-conceived and consistently dull. Created and written by Alex Tse and RZA (who executive-produces Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men to say half as much. Set in the late 80s and early 90s, Wu-Tang: An American Sagas nominal center of attention is Bobby Diggs (Moonlights RZA, the founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan, who brought together a diverse array of local rappers