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The twins meet Jerlamarel and finally discover the truth.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 2223 votes.
Tormada and Sibeth launch a violent attack on Pennsa that puts Maghra and the city’s inhabitants in grave danger.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 509 votes.
The twins struggle to keep a secret from their mother.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 2568 votes.
As Tamacti Jun’s army nears Baba and family, Maghra’s past comes to light.
The episode was rated 7.74 from 2251 votes.
The Witchfinder searches for his queen with Maghra and Boots. Haniwa, Kofun and others are nearing Jerlamarel.
The episode was rated 7.73 from 2177 votes.
Baba and family are betrayed. Queen Kane uses her cunning to face a new conflict.
The episode was rated 7.66 from 2194 votes.
Baba embraces life in the mountains as hatred for the sighted grows in Pennsa. A Trivantian scientist develops a terrifying new weapon.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 871 votes.
An attack on the village leads to sacrifice and new challenges.
The episode was rated 7.64 from 2400 votes.
Baba and his group take a dangerous shortcut through the lowlands to get to Pennsa. Maghra and Tamacti Jun make a horrifying discovery.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 579 votes.
Tormada presents his new weaponry to The Triangle as Baba leads a group to the House of Enlightenment to destroy Tormada’s arsenal.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 649 votes.
A standoff at the House of Enlightenment gives way to a bloody siege between Baba’s party and Tormada’s soldiers.The episode was rated from 622 votes.
Wren arrives in Pennsa and shares information about Tormada’s plans. Tamacti Jun tries once more to quell the Witchfinders’ insurgency.The episode was rated from 677 votes.
After a devastating loss, Baba heads to Pennsa to warn his family. Maghra debates the Witchfinders’ fate. Wren stages a daring escape.The episode was rated from 751 votes.
A special gift for the twins sparks tension in the group.The episode was rated from 2749 votes.
A journey of survival begins when an army of Witchfinders attacks the village of Alkenny.The episode was rated from 3514 votes.
Last updated: nov 26, 2022
It's okay but there are so many mistakes in the storyline, so much stuff that does not make sense at all that it sometimes hurts to watch. The cinematography is on a really high level - indeed. However, the inconsequence this storyline was written with is disturbing and makes this whole thing a bit of a painful experience. I quite skipped trough it to at least get an overview where this is going. Maybe they should have done a deep dive how cultures would really develop under these given circumstances. I find it hard to believe that all those people do not know absolutely anything just because there was a virus. And given the fact, that there is no further explanation I bet Apple itself does not have an explanation how this scenario makes any sense. The only reason I can see why people would give this series a good rating is because of the cinematography, the cast and because it was done by Apple. Because besides those superficial reasons, there is nothing really that justifies a good rating.
There is no noise. You get thrown in a world with a simple explanation on how it came to be and how it works. You know who the enemy is and what he is after. Its that movie night show people want but rarely get. Beyond that the cinematography is top notch the actors are good and the idea is unique.
It’s a strange one, certainly original. I didn’t think it started well, it even seemed a bit silly. But, I’m glad I’ve kept watching, as it’s growing on me and I find the concept interesting. It’s thought provoking in a way, considering the basics of the story and how the world would be in such a situation. It’s something I’ve never given thought too. I don’t particularly understand the sexual scenes or the relevance to why it’s part of the story, it just seems stupid to think they’d use sexual pleasure as a way to pray or communicate to god. It’s weird and unnecessary. I’ve watched 3 and as much as I’ve enjoyed it, I think the storyline maybe predictable. However, I do still love the basic concept and the thought in to how the world would adapt and progress under those circumstances. Looking forward to watching more and hope my initial thoughts of being predictable are proven wrong; it’s still early days.
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