Created by David Weil. With Uzo Aduba, Nicole Beharie, Morgan Freeman, Dan Stevens. Seven unique character-driven stories. Each character will set off on a thrilling adventure in an uncertain future and they’ll come to reckon that even during our most isolated moments, we are all connected through the human experience.
Big Names doing little stories with big impact:
episode one; time traveling with anne hathaway
> I’m always happy to see her act in new and weird ways and this is one of them.
episode two: new dad
> Anthony Mackie is everywhere now days and justifiably so, this is a fantastic performance on a topic that’s easily recognizable.
episode three helen miren in space
> What happens after you decide to just end it all by shooting yourself into outer space with no destination in mind?
episode four 20 years inside a house
> I felt personally attacked by this episode, still do, but I’m working through my fears of leaving the house and re-entering a society that simply does not give a fuck.
episode five lady that can’t have kids gets drunk and kills kids
> my description is a spoiler, but fuck this episode. it’s well done and well made, but I hated it anyways.
episode six lady gives birth to a super aging son that may or may not be a danger
> what if your kid has super aging abilities? or what if you programmed them to be something other than a baby? this story is super unclear on what they’re trying to say, like maybe all the weird shit is normal and they just need to reboot the programmable baby?
episode seven morgan freeman an dan stevens who are you if you cannot remember
> the question of memory and personality is one that I love seeing explored. Can you hold someone responsible for their crimes if they don’t remember doing the crimes and have no way to commit more offenses? This is the basic argument here and I believe it’s the basic argument for the death penalty as well.