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May 05, 2023 - Present


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Drama / Sci-fi


Juliette - Rebecca Ferguson

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A sci-fi drama set in a future where the last people on earth live in an underground silo.

In a dystopian future, the last ten thousand people on earth live in a mile-deep home that protects them from the toxic and deadly world outside. Nobody knows when or why the silo was built, and anyone who tries to find out will face deadly consequences.

Juliette is an engineer looking for answers about a loved one's murder who tumbles upon a mystery that goes deeper than she could have ever imagined.

Based on Hugh Howey's bestselling trilogy of dystopian novels.

Comments (10)

02/02/24 at 06:21pm

It reminds me of lost a little . I watched the first season in only a few days . I hope there will be a season
Vance B
09/07/23 at 01:33am

This show is so intriguing! My sister and I watched the entire season in 1 sitting.

I'm so glad that there will be a season 2. Fingers crossed that the strikes won't affect this show
08/11/23 at 07:55pm

Oh boy, so many people comment here that never even watched. Pathetic.
This is a great show that keeps you guessing. There are weird things going on but in fact, from our perspective, we know more than the protagonist. And yet we know nothing. I am in episode 6 now and want to bet season 1 ends with Rebecca Ferguson going outside :-)
07/05/23 at 07:05pm

I do love this show, but sometimes it seems like the episodes drag on. But, that is not enough to make me stop watching!!
06/26/23 at 08:48am

I'm enjoying it but it's really leaving some huge plot holes that are covered by nothing more than "because Pact".
No elevators ... because Pact. No magnifiers...because Pact. I've seen one disabled person being carried upstairs - are ramps also forbidden? Tech to have databases accessible all over but they can't do email. Paper is a luxury (no trees) but folders of paper all over - no digital copies?

How do they have the tech to doctor the image on the big screens but they're using green-text CRT monitors? Where are they getting the metals for batteries/etc.?

The show really needs one good expository moment to fill in some of these gaps.
05/14/23 at 02:58pm

Absolutely intriguing we're loving it.
Steve S.
05/05/23 at 06:30pm

You nailed it. And it's also a socialist lockdown. There have been a multitude of sci-fi movies that have a lot in common (fortunately no Common) with this series so there may be nothing original about it. This story has a good record of success..
05/05/23 at 11:05am

Too bad it has the Common denominator in the cast. I may check it out someday but it's not going to the top of my list.
Just Keith
05/05/23 at 07:46am

Hmmm... a show about minions waking up to how they're kept as mushrooms in the (D) plantation.
How'd they ever let that one slip by?
Steve S.
05/05/23 at 00:33am

Looks worth checking out but I would never watch it because Common has a big role and I can't stand him even though I once thought I liked him. He's a far better actor than musician though as his rap is blander than cardboard.

From wikipedia:

In a toxic dystopian future where a community exists in a giant silo hundreds of stories deep underground, men and women live in a society full of regulations they believe are meant to protect them.

Cast and characters

Rashida Jones as Allison
David Oyelowo as Holston
Common as Sims
Tim Robbins as Bernard
Rebecca Ferguson as Juliette
Harriet Walter as Martha Walker

Will Patton as Deputy Marnes
Geraldine James as Mayor Ruth Jahns
Sophie Thompson
Ferdinand Kingsley as George Wilkins
Shane McRae as Knox
Billy Postlethwaite as Hank
Chipo Chung as Sandy
Iain Glen as Pete Nichols
Chinaza Uche as Paul Billings
Avi Nash as Lukas Kyle
Matt Gomez Hidaka as Cooper
Rick Gomez as Patrick Kennedy
Lee Drage as Franky Brown
Henry Garrett as Douglas Trumbull
Will Merrick as Danny
Paul Herzberg as Kilroy

Rebecca Ferguson is also executive producer

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