Utopia

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Utopia is a conspiracy thriller that follows a group of young fans who come together when they discover that the conspiracy in an elusive comic, Utopia, is real. The comic foretells the demise of humanity and the world as we know it, thrusting this group of underdogs to embark on a high-stakes twisted adventure to use what they uncover to save themselves, each other and ultimately humanity.
Starring
John CusackRainn WilsonSasha Lane
Genres
SuspenseDrama
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English [CC]العربيةDanskDeutschEspañol (Latinoamérica)Español (España)SuomiFilipinoFrançaisעבריתहिन्दीItaliano日本語한국어Bahasa MelayuNorsk BokmålNederlandsPolskiPortuguês (Brasil)Português (Portugal)РусскийSvenskaதமிழ்తెలుగుไทยTürkçe中文(简体)中文(繁體)
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EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]DeutschEspañol (España)Español (Latinoamérica)FrançaisItalianoPolskiPortuguês日本語

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  1. 1. Life Begins
    September 24, 2020
    51min
    16+
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    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    When an elusive comic appears, a group of fans cannot wait to get their hands on it, and unknowingly put themselves in mortal danger.
  2. 2. Just A Fanboy
    September 24, 2020
    52min
    16+
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    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    A huge discovery by our young fans is interrupted when they are thrust into the dangerous world of Jessica Hyde. Meanwhile, two doctors with very different career trajectories are both pulled into the path of a deadly flu.
  3. 3. Tuesday's Child
    September 24, 2020
    56min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
    Audio languages
    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    Jessica continues to hunt for answers while our underdogs must make a crucial decision. Michael is done being pushed around.
  4. 4. not slow not bad
    September 24, 2020
    48min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    A clue in Utopia leads Jessica and the crew to a mysterious new ally. Thomas plots a unique way to handle Michael, while Christie makes a decision.
  5. 5. Order 2472
    September 24, 2020
    49min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    Inside the St. Louis Hotzone, Michael must make a life-or-death choice. As things grow increasingly dangerous, Jessica comes face to face with someone from her past.
  6. 6. Respect Your Purpose
    September 24, 2020
    50min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    Jessica must reckon with a shocking revelation as Arby questions his own past. Michael unravels as he searches for answers.
  7. 7. Talking Hurts
    September 24, 2020
    44min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Indonesia, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    Arby finds a new purpose while Becky makes a decision that tears the group apart. Michael is about to have the worst day of his life.
  8. 8. Stay Alive, Jessica Hyde
    September 24, 2020
    56min
    16+
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    English [CC], العربية, Dansk, Deutsch, Español (Latinoamérica), Español (España), Suomi, Filipino, Français, עברית, हिन्दी, Italiano, 日本語, 한국어, Bahasa Melayu, Norsk Bokmål, Nederlands, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português (Portugal), Русский, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Türkçe, 中文(简体), 中文(繁體)
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    English, English [Audio Description], Deutsch, Español (España), Español (Latinoamérica), Français, Italiano, Polski, Português, 日本語
    In the season finale, as the world eagerly awaits Christie's vaccine, Jessica and the group must race to stop the Undoing.

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  1. Bonus: Utopia - Season 1: Red Band Trailer
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    September 24, 2020
    2min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English, Deutsch, Español (España), Español (México), Français, Italiano, 日本語, Nederlands, Polski, Português
    Audio languages
    English (UK), English (US), Deutsch, Español, Français, Italiano, Nederlands
    WARNING: This redband trailer is uncensored and contains graphic violence, so don’t watch in front of any kids. Watch the twisted adventure in Utopia now!
  2. Bonus: Utopia Season 1 - Official Trailer
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    August 17, 2020
    2min
    16+
    Subtitles
    English, Deutsch, Español (España), Español (México), Français, Italiano, 日本語, Nederlands, Polski, Português
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    English, Deutsch, Español, Français, Italiano
    Watch the official trailer for Utopia now! When the conspiracy in the elusive comic Utopia is real, a group of young fans come together to embark on a high-stakes twisted adventure to use what they uncover to save themselves, each other and ultimately humanity. Starring John Cusack, Rainn Wilson, and Sasha Lane.
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Utopia Official Trailer
The Red Band trailer takes you on a wild expletive-filled ride into the deepest darkest places in the rabbit hole that is UTOPIA.
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A feral loner on the run, who believes the answers to her perplexing life story are hidden in the graphic novel, Utopia.
A bright and kind-hearted young woman who secretly suffers from a terminal illness, and hopes the key to saving her life can be found in the pages of Utopia.
A lonely guy with a soul-robbing job, dreaming of a more exciting life and driven partly by his crush on Becky to learn the secrets of Utopia.
A brilliant and eccentric conspiracy theorist, obsessed with Utopia and convinced that it hides dark secrets about the future of our world.
An idealistic natural-born leader who embarks on a mission to uncover the secrets of her favorite graphic novel, Utopia.
A fearless, crafty and streetwise kid who roams the streets alone on a dangerous mission to uncover the secrets of Utopia while evading capture.
A child of the foster care system, who may have found an unlikely family in the group of comic book fans who take her in as they hunt for clues to unravel the mysteries of Utopia.
A once-promising virologist, left forgotten in a basement lab, who tries to help end a nationwide flu outbreak but finds himself in the middle of something much bigger.
A charismatic and media-savvy biotech billionaire who altruistically wants to change the world through science.
The bright and ambitious son of Dr. Kevin Christie, who lives in his father’s shadow but is determined to prove himself in this crowded world.
An emotionally stunted social outcast with a mysterious past, surprisingly agile and efficient despite his personality quirks and asthma.

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Gillian Flynn
GILLIAN FLYNN is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Gone Girl, Dark Places,and Sharp Objects, and was nominated for a Golden Globe for her screenplay for GONE GIRL. Flynn also adapted and executive produced the Emmy-nominated SHARP OBJECTS, cowrote the heist thriller WIDOWS, and wrote and serves as showrunner for UTOPIA on Amazon Prime Video.

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Gillian FlynnJessica RhoadesSharon HallSharon LevyKaren WilsonMartin HainesToby HaynesRaghav TandonRobin SweetScott BrownAlex MetcalfHuey M. ParkNicholas Fuentes
Season year
2020
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Amazon Studios
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3.7 out of 5 stars

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Amy in DCReviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
Intriguing premise, but gratuitously violent. Couldn't keep watching.
I was intrigued and enjoyed the 1st episode. The show has a strong cast and lots of potential. Had to stop halfway through episode 2 -- what's going on at that point could be conveyed by suggestion and suspense, and be just as terrifying without an explicit, extended scene of torture (and I'd already endured watching repeated people being shot in the head - but the torture stuff is a whole other level of disturbing). I realize this kind of "torture porn" is not unusual these days, but I'm just not up to investing in a show that's so violent so early in the season, and with really no good reason -- the bad guys are SUPER creepy and viewers could grasp that without so much explicit violence. Too bad, as it otherwise seems smartly written and I was looking forward to more of John Cusack's character, and all the others. But I just can't do it. I sometimes wonder if actors / directors / producers have become desensitized to what it is they are filming. And for all the effort that goes into creating such disturbing scenes and making them feel very realistic, it ultimately seems kind of lazy. Seeing someone tortured for minutes on end doesn't, in fact, further the plot or character development. And I wasn't far enough into the season (thankfully) to feel like I needed to power through it. Which is disappointing, in these pandemic times. Thought maybe I'd found a new show to binge. I guess I'll keep looking.
1307 people found this helpful
Brian ButzReviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
I'm the first to review this that actually watched it
In many ways I feel this should be the show for these times. It delves into people's obsession with conspiracy, entitlement, projecting one's values upon others and fanatacism, while facing the fears of a pandemic.. The first episode had me hooked. An unpublished sequel to a prophetic graphic novel has been discovered and is put on the collectors market. Friends from an internet fan group meet to collectively try to obtain this unpublished work, to further their adventure in figuring out what future crisis will be predicted. This is a fascinating concept, but as the series progresses it loses magic along the way. I really enjoyed the concept of a prophetic graphic novel, with clues to future crisis. I like it's puzzle solving aspect and the questioning of sanity that occurs when one metaphorically enters a rabbit hole. The more the series goes on, the manuscript becomes more of a Mcguffin, and less of a puzzle or road map. This should be expected to a degree as the fictional world they're investigating appears to have real world consequences, but the real world consequences quickly ruthlessly dominate and the mysteries become more tedious than enticing. Part of the magic in the first episodes is the chemistry of this group of comic book geeks discovering true friendship among their internet aquaintences, this quickly devolves though as they find themselves wrapped in a real world conspiracy with dangerous consequences. It's hard to talk about much of this without giving things away, but as the group gets to know the real world version of the hero of the graphic novel, it's a real disappointment. This should have intensified the viewers investment, but for me it was a major let down, because she had no more idea what was going on than anyone else, and is utterly unsympathetic, with no more insight into her life than her fans. Her introduction stifles the dynamic of the group and really the group becomes more or less irrelevant to the story as is the fictional graphic novel that brought everyone together in the first place. Once it was clear the "hero" did little more than take the story from likable characters I was already invested in, I just wanted to know what the motives of the bad guys were, and it took several more episodes to get a disappointing answer. I feel the meeting with this character happened way too soon, and there really wasn't time for their group or the viewer to appreciate how their lives as they knew them were over. I think if the entire series lived up to the first episode, this would be a new favorite, but as it goes along it gets less credible, less magical and follows less sympathetic characters more. By the end, I just wanted it over. I realize how negative this sounds, but it is very well done and introduces pretty fascinating ideas. I feel the opening credits are smarter than most documentaries these days. I'm largely just frustrated because this is close to genius, but falls short in very annoying ways. I do recommend it though
544 people found this helpful
YNvenkovicReviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
The British version is better.
Watch the British version. This one is awful.
523 people found this helpful
MviscoReviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
The Boys is more realistic than this show
EDIT: I just finished the show and wow this show is aggressively bad. Just truly awful with I'd say 0 redeeming qualities

Too many unusual things that we're just meant to accept as totally plausible.

I lived in Chicago for over 4 years and there's no way a bunch of white people get shot in a hotel and the police aren't immediately there. Security didn't happen to notice two dudes walking around with guns that have silencers? You can't even own a gun in Chicago unless you know the right palms to grease to get yourself a permit let alone a concealed carry permit. Also people in Chicago, I don't care where in the city they live, aren't gonna let two tall weird dudes put an "oxygen mask" over them just because "there's a gas leak." That's not even how gas leaks work nor how you'd even be told one was happening. Far too many people open the doors for strangers within the first two episodes of the show. Would never happen they'd just tell them to F off and if they're white they'd call the police who would show up quickly so they could mark another one down for their monthly quotas
360 people found this helpful
CReviewed in the United States on September 26, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Jessica Hyde ruins this show
I was hooked during the first two episodes, particularly because the cast was exceptional. Also, I liked the direction where the story was going as it somewhat relates to modern events. The bad guys seemed interestingly weird enough to keep my attention. The group of four that meet up in the first episode have such great chemistry, and were fun to watch. Then, the character Jessica Hyde swoops in, straight-up murders one of the four characters in cold blood for no reason other than the group doesn't need two leaders (or some bs). After their initial short-lived shock, the other characters just kinda go along with it and it's like it never happened. The entire dynamic of the show changes after that moment and takes a hard nosedive. I watched up to the middle of episode four in hopes that it would get better, but had to turn it off because of how bad it got - BECAUSE OF JESSICA HYDE. What a tremendously terrible character. A lot reviewers are complaining about the gratuituous violence, but in Amazon's defense I'm pretty sure the ratings shown before the episodes indicate that this is probably not entertainment suitable for the entire family.

But I'll say it again, Jessica Hyde ruins this show. Don't waste your time, as you will only be disappointed.
274 people found this helpful
Ernie WhartonReviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
They fanboyed it.
If the intro to the UK got you into it this; the new US version takes out back and beats with a 2 by 4 why you cry for it to stop.

non of that primal music or mysterious into that the UK one gets you hooked into and holds on through the first few minutes of the intro that continues on through the season.

First few minutes is literally OMG GUYS they brought it back won't it be great to as a sequel to the dystopia comics that some couple found in their grandpa's hoarders house. OMG.

I may try and finish the first episode later but it just isn't even close to the same spark as the UK version and Kills the mood.
263 people found this helpful
Anonymous Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
This show is an underdog I'm rooting for and if it doesn't get a 2nd season we'll be missing out
It's a mystery, thriller, action show with a dash of contagion thrown in. If that's the jam that butters your toast give it a chance. I won't lie, there's a lot of violence but mostly in the beginning. (it's not meaningless though, I explain that later) Also you have to suspend your disbelief but if you can do that it's a lot of fun and has surprising depth. It's rewarding to get to the end, some things makes sense now but there's more story unfolding. This is the most important part of the review so you don't have to read on unless you're interested.

The good:
This show keeps you on your toes. There are a lot of flipped expectations. Some are very on the nose but they still managed to be surprising. Also, some of the action scenes are fun to watch. I also think it's pretty different from other shows out there. The whole thing reminds me of a comic book. Also, I was really invested in seeing what came next.

The bad:
The plot can feel unrealistic but if you think about the world they're living in, it's not our world. It's the kind of world where conspiracy theorists that think a comic is predicting diseases is reality. It's a heightened comic book version of the world. The character relationships are not particularly well constructed. There should be more time for character moments and arcs. Honestly, it's not a character driven show. I mean, I like some of the characters and a few are super interesting but the mysteries and motivations are what's really intriguing. It all feels much bigger than the characters and I like that aspect of it. Just like in life where there's shadowy uncontrollable people and plots that run our society. We don't get to choose what happens on an individual basis, we're just along for the ride.

The ugly:
Also yes, it does have a lot of violence but so do many other shows people like, The Boys and Game of Thrones. That's right, I'm talking to you Amy. I agree that the violence is gratuitous but it does serve a narrative purpose, and if you didn't feel uncomfortable that would be bad. Anyone that likes watching torture should hopefully get some help.

Decaf spoilers:
The eye thing is to show you the true nature of the show. It's gritty and shocking. It tells the viewer the show you are watching isn't actually what you thought you were watching. When Jessica shoots that unexpected character it was confusing and made me question my attachment to Jessica and I think that's exciting. The character that died was what the audience thought the main character should be like, smart, compassionate, beautiful, instantly charismatic, the ideal leader, and they totally flip that. Even the characters in the show get a flipped expectation of Jessica. She isn't anything like the comic book hero version. She is very hardened and has to have a large character arc to become likable. If she is going to carry the show in the future she needs a lot of development. All the other violence and death is to show you the lengths the villain will go to to serve his purpose. He's a contradiction, based on the age old question does the end justify the means? He may not be super well portrayed by Cusack but his persona and motivations are so interesting. The scariest type of villain is one you realize makes a lot of sense. This is an underrated aspect of the show. Also the story has you constantly questioning the truth and I really like that.

Hot take:
I think many viewers have become hardened and hypercritical and that's preventing some people from simply enjoying certain shows. We're so used to getting high quality entertainment on streaming sites now, our expectations have gotten really high. Everyone is on the hunt for the next Stranger Things or Fleabag. It's understandable if you genuinely don't like the show. This is not a perfect show, it actually has a lot of flaws, but it might not get a chance to get better if it keeps getting bombed by people that watched less than 2 episodes. Helpful criticism is great but no one profits from 2 sentence 1 star reviews. There are so many amazing shows that got cancelled before their time and we're the ones missing out because of this. Please watch it for yourself and make up your own mind about the show.

Just something to think about:
Creating an entertaining show is a very long arduous process that rarely works out. It involves treatments, scripts, production, hundreds of people, millions of dollars, and even then may not turn out the way it was intended. But it starts with an idea that someone loves and wants to bring to life. There's a lot of hard working people on productions like this and maybe keep that in mind when watching any show. Also, no I didn't work on this show or anything, I'm just saying. Entertainment doesn't have to be technically good to be entertaining. Some people really love cheesy horror flicks, or cringy Christmas romance movies, or the Kardashians. You can find a lot of enjoyment in things you wouldn't expect if you're willing to get out of your comfort zone.

British/American version
I watched the original right after I watched this one and thought it was also very good. The American version's pacing was too fast in some areas and needed more calm bonding moments between the characters. This is just personal preference but I liked the costume and set design in the American version more while the soundtrack for the original is exceptional and fits very well with the story. I think the cinematography also fits very well with the feelings of paranoia. Some story beats are the same but the characters, general plot, and other important details are very different. The American version is certainly more extravagant but I think it's part of the charm. Another underrated aspect is the comic art. It was gorgeous in the American version. I could see why people would be interested in the symbolism and collection of the comic. The writing in the British version was very smart and the American version occasionally way less so but it has the potential to get better. The character Jessica Hyde is generally more likable in the British version but I think it's okay to not have a likable main character. She's learning to be likable and will be I think, if she's continues her character arc. Arby in the American version is my favorite character. He has a great arc and I love his soft voice and childlike demeanor. He was chilling but ultimately appealing. The characters in general felt more down to earth in the British version, more realistically portrayed. Personally, I like the American version more but I'm not going to say the British version wasn't excellent and it just boils down to my personal preference. I like the British office and the US office but they're like oil and water. It's the same with this show. Take it all with a grain of salt, these are just opinions. The unfortunate reality is that the original premiered in 2013, it'd be very difficult for them to continue the series with the same actors and producers. It's sad they didn't get another season but I wish people wouldn't take it out on this show. They are trying to go in a different direction and that doesn't automatically make it unwatchable. It'll be a shame if it doesn't get picked up for another season. I think people will have missed out, just like with Dirk Gently and Man Seeking Woman.

If you made it to the end of this insanely long review, thanks for sticking with me. I hope you had as much fun watching the show as I did. :)
213 people found this helpful
DanchiReviewed in the United States on September 25, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Where does one start?
I asked the question where does one start because to really assess and review this series would be giving away dozens of spoilers. So, I'll just hit upon a few points and than people can decide if this is worth watching.

I managed to watch all 8 episodes and I kept thinking this has to get better-it didn't.
1. The gratuitous violence in EACH episode is stunning. There are at least a dozen murders in the first episode.
2. By the 2nd episode I figured out who the BAD GUY was and what the agenda was. Never a good sign in a series.
3. If you understand anything about cult mentality you'll figure this out real fast. BIG RED FLAG who the Bad Guy is.
4. People who are suppose to be in hiding but are willing to make it easy for them to found-are not hiding. They are baiting.
5. There is so much violence occurring, even among law enforcement yet not 1 investigation is started. Bodies all over the place. News reports but no investigations.
6. The last episode, even if you suspend disbelief is so unbelievable I fast forwarded thru it.
7. There was a sex scene I guess just for the purpose of having one.
8. Timing for this sort of series is inappropriate. I personally don't like series that use children like in this one. If you are a parent with young children you may want to give this a pass. It can be the stuff of nightmares.
9. Big clue that the directors missed in editing is the photo of the Asylum patients and the dialogue of the doctor's wife. I stopped the video and got a good look at it the first time it appeared. 2 + 2 = 4.

If violence doesn't bother you, lack of consistency in a story and plot holes you can walk through that are annoying, give this a look. Otherwise-pass.
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