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Lenina tests the limits of her emotional self-regulation. Bernard seizes an opportunity. John observes New London conditioning.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Brave New World from 485 votes.
John takes integration to the next level as monogamy poses new problems. Bernard realizes his potential. Lenina questions assumptions.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Brave New World from 441 votes.
Lenina has an unexpected collision. John becomes the center of attention as he embraces his surroundings.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Brave New World from 471 votes.
Danger awaits Bernard and Lenina in the Savage Lands, where the world is flipped on its head. John grapples with staying true to himself as paths entwine.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Brave New World from 582 votes.
Bernard Marx is preoccupied with recent events in New London as he and Lenina Crowne take a trip together. John struggles with a dilemma.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Brave New World from 629 votes.
Bernard introduces John to New London. Lenina struggles with reintegration after their visit to the Savage Lands.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Brave New World from 538 votes.
Lenina juggles separate lives as fantasy and reality converge. Mustafa Mond makes a terrifying discovery.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Brave New World from 445 votes.
Bernard copes with an unexpected tragedy. Lenina draws ire at the Hatchery. John’s exile pushes New London to the brink.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Brave New World from 423 votes.
Welcome to New London, a utopia governed by three rules: no privacy, no family, and no monogamy, where everyone belongs to everyone else.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Brave New World from 747 votes.
Last updated: mar 06, 2021
Feels like the future of todays pc culture. If anything "feels" troubling you, pop some happy pills and walk to the nearest safe space. That's a horrifying thought. Over all, pretty boring.
very watchable, sci-fi that has good cgi + good acting with what so far is a click the next episode to see what happens next story. thumbs up.
Interesting cast so far. The main actress isn't well known to me but I spotted a few familiar faces. Harry Loyd from Doctor Who (Family of Blood). The stunningly beautiful Kylie Bunbury from Pitch but I first remember her in Twisted. Klaus (Joseph Morgan) from The Originals. Dutch from Killjoys. A weird blonde G.I. Jane.
This show is definitely binge worthy!
I'm surprised people find this concept interesting. A lot of nudity, people taking antidepressants and some outsiders are angry so they're gonna attack the others. IMO it's even worse than Snowpiercer (2020) which I already dropped. It'd be nice if we had more good scifi than just The Expanse. Though Tales from the Loop was great.
I loved this show. Honestly wasn’t sure during first episode but it totally hooked me in. I thought the acting was great.
Worth a watch. Some concepts are explored better than others but I think that the overall message at least is updated well enough. On the downside, I'm not sure if that was intended but some parts resemble a version of conservatives' nightmares - not that the mockery is unjustified, but when you put the whole thing together with the fact that **that society is actually very bad,** it gives off propaganda vibes not too far from _intentionally_ bad satire like "God's Not Dead", and that's a bigger problem than any other fault they might have had.
It was ok until the last 3 episodes where the plot went downhill as well as the characters. It is funny that Huxley predicted the dumbed down of art, and they made a dumbed down version of his work. What an irony. It was so rushed I was thinking I had taken a soma pill. The ending was basically a copy and paste of Westworld. I think they should've be more faithful to the original story of the book, it would have been a great series. Instead, they simply dumbed down the story, and the character actions in the last couple of episodes happen only for the sake of the plot.
Not quite like the book but the essence was there. Not sure of there will be a second season but if there is, I hope that they get on with it and not wait so long that we get bored and forget about it and ultimately pan the second season because it felt "disjointed."
For me it was a bit boring, but I know who would really love it :) So even if my rating isn't nowhere near high, I can easily recommend it :)
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