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Eight strangers are thrown together by mysterious forces and must help each other survive in a violent world that defies explanation.
The episode was rated from 415 votes.
Last updated: sep 20, 2021
What a SHAME this was never picked up. I really enjoyed it.
from the creator of x files. was canceled after one episode.
Great pilot shame they not carry on with it could had been better than most popular shows currently running atm giving something different
such a cliche, but i liked. watched in 2014 and still waiting
b-movie style crap. terrible stereotypical acting. wish i hadn´t watched this.
I hope Amazon soon anounces if they continue the show. I felt really entertained due to the "not knowing what is going on" and then in the end the creep. It is Chris Carter... so come on Amazon. I will also buy the DVD Boxes
@Saibaten It's about time a tv series like that come to life! I am bored of series giving up the whole story and plot in the first episode... You said it yourself it's genre is mystery! And it does exactly that!!! I hope the amazon to continue the show with that exact mystery element!!! I felt the feeling when I watched Twin Peaks and LOST for the first time...
It's too soon to tell what the show will be like. The pilot episode was both, good'n'bad. I watched the 60 minutes pilot and I've no idea what's going on- 60 minutes are more than enought to picture the story. The first episode didn't tell me anything about the protagonists and their fate. You don't know who they are, because nobody tells you anything about their character and traits. I expected much more from the pilot; the scene( no spoiler) in the car park was !long!, like really long. You've a group of unnamed people trapped inside a car park, wasting precious TV air-time! You have off topic settings, which do NOT help the story go on. In fact you don't get to know anything about who the protagonists are, how/who they were before, very important, the dawn/apocalypse and what's their life story... we get nothing. One might say, that we don't need to know that. Well, tell it to Chris! He came up with the glorious idea of an apocalyptic setting. The show starts a few minutes before the apocalypse where- metaphorically speaking- the sun is still shining. The protagonists, actually one protagonist, lives her life and... nope, i don't want anyone to scream: spoiler alarm! It's only her! What about the others? Deco? I don't think so! Let's just wait for episode 1. The plot- We know there's an apocalypse and that's basically it! Yep! That's it! Nothing less and nothing more. I expected an introduction into the series, something more than running, yelling and pointless conversations( off-topic settings). The show's worth watching. Chris Carter's a known name; yea, it's true, you shouldn't judge the book by its cover-, but I still think the story has potential. After all it's a pilot and the ending was... Huh!? I didn't see that coming! The show is drawing me in for its mystery! Again, the pilot could have been better without the long-long-long car park scene. I'm definitely gonna keep watching "The After"! I sense a great or at least a double-good show! Some fresh air and that's what the TV industry needs. The apocalyptic setting is nothing new, but I love the idea of having a bunch of people tied together- especially the old lady draws my attention. Nowadays, most shows are all about sexy, juicy and young actors/actresses. A mix of young and old creates a nice & realistic atmosphere.
Great show, hope it gets made!
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