"It's Batman Begins for Wu-Tang, and it's a must-watch for Wu fans, pairing perfectly with Of Mics and Men, which features interviews with the Wu members as they reflect on their beginnings, success and disputes," Patrick Holland says of the eight-episode scripted Wu-Tang Clan TV series and the previously aired Showtime docuseries Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men. "What ties American Saga and Of Mice and Men together is the idea of making music to get to a better life. If you're unfamiliar with the Wu, now is the perfect time to learn about the group and its music." Holland adds: "Rather than use the characters' troubled backgrounds as a springboard toward fame like a regular music biopic, American Saga lets the story marinate in their struggles, and the result feels much deeper and more authentic. It's powerful seeing the world Wu-Tang Clan grew out of and how success was their only salvation. At points, American Saga feels more like The Wire -- the gritty HBO crime drama that famously starred Method Man as a drug dealer -- than a jukebox biopic."