Thirteen years after the fall of modern civilization, five survivors live in relative harmony on an isolated farm, where they rarely discuss their lives Before.
The delicate balance of this household is upturned when a sixth survivor arrives at their doorstep with an empty stomach and a world of possibilities.
The group grapples with the implications of the new arrival – the resurrection of long-lost hopes and the introduction of very real dangers – ultimately embarking on a journey that will force them to confront the lives they lived Before and the question of what it means to live a good life in a post-apocalyptic world.
This is a very different post-apocalyptic show - mysterious, distanced and intimate at the same time. Every character has secrets and their current life seems somehow shallow. It´s interesting how the things, that are NOT said, plays into the s
I would have to spoil the ending to explain why nothing about this show makes sense. You can read my spoiler review on the last episode page. For here, I'll just say, nothing that the Scientist says to the cook about the device, nothing about a
This podcast has always felt Big to me, in a quiet sort of way. I love the way the story unfolds, and unlike a previous reviewer I think the ending makes perfect sense in context of the story. I wish there were more post-apocalypse stories that