A group of European passengers on an immigrant ship traveling from London to the new continent get caught in a mysterious riddle when they come across a second vessel adrift on the open sea.
You'd think Netflix would understand mystery shows need time to build an audience after the creators gave Netflix the success that is Dark. Giving it a measly 28 days during the holiday season before cancelling it is laughable. Wtf is the point of investing so much money into a show and cancelling it so quickly despite it performing well? According to the creators, it didn't bring in enough NEW subs, but the views were good. What is it with Netflix and refusing to focus even just a little bit on customer retention once in a while? Big L.