It’s a small astray for a first-time array creator to be hold to any arrange of high standard, though when your name is on one of a best hours of radio in a story of a middle (“Ozymandias” from Breaking Bad, of course), that’s only what happens. Sorry, Moira Walley-Beckett. Or maybe a problem was only in awaiting or anticipating that Starz’s eight-hour miniseries would be some-more than Showgirls en Pointe, with a c-story about a heroic, homeless schizophrenic man borrowed, sans attribution, from The Fisher King. When stars like Sarah Hay, Raychel Diane Weiner, Sascha Radetsky and Irina Dvorovenko were indeed dancing, Flesh and Bone achieved some of the musical goals, though too mostly it staid for campy, pompous drama, extraneous and confusing characterizations and all-too-predictable storytelling. – D.F.