852 votes
Into the Night

Into the Night

Netflix 2020

When the sun suddenly starts killing everything in its path, passengers on an overnight flight from Brussels attempt to survive by any means necessary.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Into the Night

Into the Night - S1E6

#1 - Terenzio


Season 1 - Episode 6

Emotions run high as the group makes one last desperate bid to reach safety before dawn breaks.

The episode was rated from 342 votes.

Into the Night - S1E4

#2 - Ayaz


Season 1 - Episode 4

Rik organizes a hasty trial to decide Ayaz's fate, Terenzio reveals rumors of a NATO refuge, and Sylvie begins to worry about Mathieu's state of mind.

The episode was rated from 351 votes.

Into the Night - S1E1

#3 - Sylvie


Season 1 - Episode 1

When an armed man storms her late-night flight to Moscow, former military pilot Sylvie finds herself pulled into the cockpit to help.

The episode was rated from 426 votes.

Into the Night - S1E2

#4 - Jakub


Season 1 - Episode 2

Mechanic Jakub clashes with the others about what to do next. A Wi-Fi signal brings troubling new intel on the disaster β€” and on some of the passengers.

The episode was rated from 378 votes.

Into the Night - S1E5

#5 - Rik


Season 1 - Episode 5

The mission to NATO headquarters takes a dramatic turn. Laura and Horst tend to a medical emergency. Jakub and Osman race to solve the fuel problem.

The episode was rated from 338 votes.

Into the Night - S1E3
#6 - Mathieu
Season 1 - Episode 3

As the group deals with a series of mechanical crises, Terenzio challenges Mathieu's authority, and Horst makes contact with another plane.

The episode was rated from 363 votes.
#7 - None
Season 2 - Episode 1

The episode was rated from 0 votes.
#8 - None
Season 2 - Episode 2

The episode was rated from 0 votes.
#9 - None
Season 2 - Episode 3

The episode was rated from 0 votes.
#10 - None
Season 2 - Episode 4

The episode was rated from 0 votes.

Last updated: jun 14, 2021



incredibly interesting concept for an absurdly tension packed series as of now only 6 episodes are available, and I'm literally craving for more I hope it will get continued because the story has so much potential.


Not without flaws, but if you find the premise intriguing, the series is really very binge-worthy. The acting is decent, the direction pretty good. I'll be excepting the second season with excitement


Thought this might be an anthology series - glad it's not. I really liked this show - the characters are developed well along the way, and the entire premise of the show is intriguing. I hope it lasts (and gets renewed) for 3 seasons - I can see where this story would unfold very well in 3 acts (maybe 4). But anything beyond that would be jumping the shark.


Surprisingly interesting! The moment I saw the title and poster of this series, I thought it's just another show that features experiences of people when in turbulence or plane hijacking. But it's not. Maybe a little of those but it is more exciting than I thought. I thought it would be boring since the plot looks like could just fit into 1 episode or just like a movie. But every episode is thrilling. It's not dragging. What's good with this show is how this was written. Every character has its own skill set. Skills that are essential for their survival, what they can offer to each other to survive. The journey of the characters, what they need to do and how they do these are the things you'll definitely look for in the entire series.


Absolutely riveting. Would be interested in reading the short story this is based on 'The Old Axlotl', but would prefer to see where the series takes things first! Full of tension, and worth a watch.


Ayaz maybe is my favorite character among them all. He still has a kind heart although he did some bad stuff before. This kind of topic is very similar to the movie "snow piercer" which directed by a korean director and that come to my mind in the first second. but you call see more humanity inside this series, so I like this one more. how people act when they need to face such situation and work together to solve the problem. Looking forward to seeing the second season.


1253/5000 I didn't expect much when I accidentally stumbled across this new series on Netflix. Apocalyptic scenarios are not necessarily new; not even in the series segment. But the premise "the survivors have to flee ever further from the sun with an airplane" seems so absurd when reading that one cannot do anything else than to think beforehand "Okay, then I can at least do something else on the side". The series starts off a bit confusing and rushed, just like the situation for the characters must be. At the end of the second episode I realized that I really wanted to keep looking. Right now. And until the end, I watched the twists and turns that the small group of survivors had to face again and again. I attribute a large part of this tension to the music. Not even concise or pushy, but with a steadily fast beat she is able to convey this typical feeling of "what's lurking around the next corner". At the end of the 6 episode series, I would like to know if there is a sequel. Apparently my first impression was wrong and I'm glad I tried it anyway. 7/10


It's an interesting premise that could give birth to many awesome ideas (I kept thinking of what would happen if they had to be living this way for decades, that would be great). What this show did was pretty good in my opinion, even though I expected them to run from the sun for a little bit longer. But what brings this show down is the acting of some characters. Maybe I was more aware of bad acting because it is in my native tongue, but some actors really did an awful job. In particular, the black caregiver (Babetida Sadjo) 's acting pulled me out of it often, if not always. Some actors did a good job though, Ines, Sylvie and Rik especially. The deaths did not carry near enough weigh as well. A detail is given to you about someone, so you begin to feel or care a little about this character, and they just disappear from the show. Overall : good premise, good enough story, mediocre characterisation and some bad acting. Will watch season 2 for [spoiler] Sylvie and Ines [/spoiler] (characters still alive) and the tiny cliffhanger.


Have really enjoyed this. Tense all the way and not so sci-fi to be ridiculous either. Not sure if it can sustain the enjoyment level after episode 6 but I'll defo be checking out season 2 if it comes. This is really fun and no I didn't look for plot flaws or inaccuracies. Just watched this as a popcorn flick and it's been highly enjoyable. Recommended.


Little predictable main story line, you can guess what is going to happen. Minor twists that dont alter main story. But definitely exciting to watch and two cute actresses from The Bureau (highly recommended).

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