Dispatches from Elsewhere

- Cancelled -
2.8  Avg User Rating
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Air Dates

Mar 01, 2020 - Apr 27, 2020








Peter - Jason SegelFredwynne - Andre BenjaminSimone - Eve LindleyOctavio - Richard E. GrantJanice - Sally Field

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An anthology series following a group of people who stumble upon a puzzle hiding just behind the veil of everyday life.

A diverse group of four regular people who feel there is something missing in their lives are seemingly brought together by chance – or possibly by design – when they stumble across a puzzle hiding just behind the veil of everyday life.

As they begin to accept the peculiar challenges, they learn that the mystery is actually deeper than they thought, which opens their eyes to a new world of possibility and magic.

Comments (4)

07/26/20 at 07:34am

This is one of those series that has been a waste of my time. It had a lot of interesting scenic designs and the characters were interesting at times. But, the sum is less than the parts. The ending made it feel like it was all just some film school project without a defined and satisfying ending. Shows like this make me less likely to take a chance on shows that look and feel different. As much as it tries to make you want to take a plunge into something new, instead it makes you yearn for scripted shows that feel more familiar and deliver expected results.
Mustang Girl
03/22/20 at 08:30am

Love this show. Took me a couple of episodes to figure out that the girl is a tranny but who cares she/he is still hot.
03/02/20 at 09:09pm

Much like "Towelie" - I have NO IDEA what is going on. Unlike Towelie, I was sober watching this... maybe that was the problem? Seems like a bunch of confusion trying to add up to intrigue? I usually try to give shows a few chances to get their footing, but I am not buying. If you do, Happy Viewing!
Steve S.
03/01/20 at 01:01am

It’s an anthology series created by jason segel based on The Institute, a 2013 documentary film reconstructing the story of the "Jejune Institute", an alternate reality game set in San Francisco, through interviews with the participants and the creators.

No thanks. It would be magic if this is any good.

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