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Station Eleven

Station Eleven

HBO Max 2021

A post apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines telling the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what's been lost.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Station Eleven

Station Eleven - S1E10

#1 - Unbroken Circle


Season 1 - Episode 10

Kirsten sets in motion her plan to free the Traveling Symphony, while Miranda tries to live the right life.

The episode was rated from 60 votes.

Station Eleven - S1E9

#2 - Dr. Chaudhary


Season 1 - Episode 9

Jeevan and Kirsten survive their first winter alone until an argument sends Jeevan on an unexpected path.

The episode was rated from 107 votes.

Station Eleven - S1E7

#3 - Goodbye My Damaged Home


Season 1 - Episode 7

On a journey to unravel her deepest trauma, Kirsten goes back to the apartment she once shared with Jeevan and Frank.

The episode was rated from 155 votes.

Station Eleven - S1E5

#4 - The Severn City Airport


Season 1 - Episode 5

After an unexpected landing in Severn City, Arthur’s ex-wife Elizabeth, son Tyler, and friend Clark confront an even more uncertain future.

The episode was rated from 185 votes.

Station Eleven - S1E8

#5 - Who’s There?


Season 1 - Episode 8

Kirsten arrives in Severn City to rescue the Traveling Symphony - only to find herself trapped in a family conflict that began twenty years ago.

The episode was rated from 121 votes.

Station Eleven - S1E1
#6 - Wheel of Fire
Season 1 - Episode 1

After renowned actor Arthur Leander tragically collapses onstage, Jeevan Chaudhary and young Kirsten Raymonde have a chance meeting – and soon face an important decision that could save their lives.

The episode was rated from 450 votes.
Station Eleven - S1E6
#7 - Survival is Insufficient
Season 1 - Episode 6

While Kirsten leaves the Traveling Symphony behind to track down the Prophet, the Conductor accepts an invitation for the rest of the grieving troupe that breaks her heart.

The episode was rated from 155 votes.
Station Eleven - S1E3
#8 - Hurricane
Season 1 - Episode 3

While fighting for her only chance at survival, Miranda Carroll reflects on the cost of her relationships with Arthur and Dr. Eleven.

The episode was rated from 278 votes.
Station Eleven - S1E4
#9 - Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Aren’t Dead
Season 1 - Episode 4

After Kirsten nudges the Traveling Symphony off-course to help unravel the mystery of the Prophet, a much grimmer truth is revealed.

The episode was rated from 212 votes.
Station Eleven - S1E2
#10 - A Hawk from a Handsaw
Season 1 - Episode 2

Twenty years later, Kirsten and her Shakespearean troupe, the Traveling Symphony, meet a mysterious man on their way to perform at St. Deborah-by-the-Water.

The episode was rated from 334 votes.

Last updated: may 16, 2022



This is after watching the first two episodes: This show is definitely in the running for most boring show 2021. It is amazing though, post-apocalyptic scenes are hard to screw up with anything other than bad acting. They managed to get decent actors, but the script is so bad, that it doesn't matter. Its not even that the characters are bad, but honestly - all the stuff that could be interesting ([spoiler] like crossing lake michigan [/spoiler] )we only get told about. I'll give it one more episode, but if the tune doesn't change hard, I guess that will be it for me.


I love the concept of the story and loving the characters. I like how the story is developing, but the constant jumps are trying. I understand it was a success in a movie and then in a show and now everyone does the same, it's really annoying imo. all in all it kept me wanting to see more, so I hope it keeps getting better.


This show is scheduled to come out on 12/16 and was just changed from "In production" to "ended"


Very the leftovers-esque after the first three episodes


Shit like all new shows... starting with a heart attack hmmmmm.... and plane crash hmmmm and a little girl with a stanger xD


Well I watched it.... still trying to understand it. I'm not hooked, as I can see myself becoming frustrated! If you liked/loved LOST the TV show, you will probably enjoy this. Each episode reveals another a small piece of jigsaw storyline. Not for me, as I can find faster pace TV shows to enjoy. I guess it will either be cancelled or become a cult TV show (Like LOST).


Across multiple timelines... Yep, sounds already exhausting. A lot of shows do that lately.


I really liked the book, I hope this holds up to it. Don't have high hopes though


Station Eleven rewards patience, but that's a big ask for the cellphone / social media generation. Story progression within an episode is sluggish and it requires an alert mind to notice the important little things you'll probably miss if you're feeling bored. Throw Lost and The Leftovers in a blender, add a very mild hallucinogen, mix well, and pour out a nice glass of Station Eleven. Enjoy, but drink slowly. The taste is subtle, but the kick will be stronger than you think.


Someone compared this show to _The Leftovers_ in another comment and I will do the same. I remember _The Leftovers_ had slow start as well but ended up being a masterpiece by the series finale, I hope this show does the same. I didn't realize the creator, Patrick Somerville (https://trakt.tv/people/patrick-somerville?sort=released,asc), also wrote for _The Leftovers_. I am 5 epidoes in and looking forward to seeing how this plays out.


How does an unpublished comic book have such a profound impact on the lives of those who created and read it? At its heart Station Eleven is a study in characters, how they were shaped and in turn how they shaped others. It is slow going, and jumps around a lot but if you are patient it is a great experiment in storytelling. Awesome dramatic moments and some great psychology but it is a slow burn for sure. I'm really enjoying the show, as the character's lives continue to overlap and more and more is revealed.


If only the rest of the show was like the first episode. But no. What a waste of money doing this.


Bit slow to start and seems disjointed, but around e05 its moved and explained so much. I recommend it as a great series with a welcome difference to the zombies.


Nope not liking this. Far too slow and the shakespeare stuff in this just made me switch it off. For a first episode... nope. Maybe if you stick with it it'll get better. I have no issue with shakespeare but I'm not looking for it in a post apocalyptic show nor the slow pace.


This is a very beautiful miniseries. We're still suffering from COVID, so doing a series about a virus that creates a post apocalyptic world seems too soon, but this is the show I think a lot of us need right now. It reminds us how people try to create art in a world that no longer makes sense. Amazing visuals from Hiro Murai and his team, but also kudos the maestro behind it all, Patrick Somerville who has once again given us an amazing and wild limited series (he did Maniac too!). Performance wise, I think Matilda Lawler deserves some recognition for playing a kid who's confronted with a mature situation and just speaking volumes with the most minor of facial expressions. And of course Himesh Patel in one astounding supporting performance (his whole arc with Lawler are some of the most warm moments I've seen on TV). And Danielle Deadwyler deserves some recognition too for her small but powerful bits as the creator of the world these characters become obsessed with. Oh and get Mackenzie Davis some Emmy love since she was ignored for all those great years on Halt and Catch Fire.


Well that was dissapointing. I found it way way way to slow, drawn out and quite uninteresting. Hmm how to spot this another time. Always seems impossible because we're all so different. Ohh well, nothing to about it now.

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