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The Nevers

The Nevers

HBO 2021

In the last years of Victoria's reign, London is beset by the "Touched": people — mostly women — who suddenly manifest abnormal abilities, some charming, some very disturbing. Among them are Amalia True, a mysterious, quick-fisted widow, and Penance Adair, a brilliant young inventor. They are the champions of this new underclass, making a home for the Touched, while fighting the forces of… well, pretty much all the forces — to make room for those whom history as we know it has no place.

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The 10 Best Episodes of The Nevers

The Nevers - S1E3

#1 - Ignition


Season 1 - Episode 3

Penance creates an amplifier to spread Mary's hope-inspiring song across the city – but first, Mary must find her elusive voice. As danger mounts against her group, Amalia propositions an unlikely ally and sets out to expand the Orphanage's reach. Swann further entangles Augie and Mundi in his business affairs.

The episode was rated from 981 votes.

The Nevers - S1E5

#2 - Hanged


Season 1 - Episode 5

As the city buzzes with anticipation over a pending execution, Penance grapples with a moral calling at odds with Amalia's plan. With the two women at a crossroads, the Orphans must decide whom to follow.

The episode was rated from 862 votes.

The Nevers - S1E6

#3 - True


Season 1 - Episode 6

After Amalia's origin story is revealed, a long-awaited reunion crystallizes the Orphans' mission.

The episode was rated from 857 votes.

The Nevers - S1E4

#4 - Undertaking


Season 1 - Episode 4

While Mundi seeks justice, Amalia and her most trusted advisors make a list of potential enemies. Harriet, Primrose, and the other Orphans attempt to decipher a message. Later, Amalia exposes an unexpected threat.

The episode was rated from 916 votes.

The Nevers - S1E2

#5 - Exposure


Season 1 - Episode 2

With the city reeling from Maladie's opera debut, Mundi takes a personal stake in tracking her down, while Amalia launches an investigation of her own. Meanwhile, the charitable Lavinia Bidlow seeks to destigmatize the Touched at a society event, Hugo Swann enlists Lavinia’s younger brother Augie to help monetize his illicit enterprise, and a deranged doctor conducts a series of experiments.

The episode was rated from 1042 votes.

The Nevers - S1E1
#6 - Pilot
Season 1 - Episode 1

London, 1899. Three years after an inexplicable event suddenly equips them with extraordinary abilities, Amalia True and Penance Adair work to protect their kind from widespread, deepening antipathy. Meanwhile, police inspector Frank Mundi investigates a string of murders at the hands of a reportedly Touched and highly dangerous serial killer named Maladie.

The episode was rated from 1339 votes.

Last updated: jan 28, 2022



I like it but and we'll keep watching but why so much 2021 dogma. Gives away the villain . I bet it is a man who did it it whatever it may be and I bet he is white man. sad and spoils what is a good story.


I just loved it. Brilliant story telling. Wasn't expecting that I would end loving this as much as I did, especially after I was so disappointed with The Irregulars from Netflix. Felt like an epoch X-Men type of tale. If you like sci fi mixed with mutants and epoch scenario, then don't miss this.


This series absolutely fantastic, characters have so much charm and likeability. Great story, great action, great comedy, great women!


Appalling language and so woke I want to be sick. Shame the concept and costumes are great.


Two comments, three woke refs. Bout time some 'woke' up to the fact that short of trying to sound ever so hip, the word has become so over used and misused that it's lost any meaning whatsoever apart from labeling it's user as a tool.....


This is Joss Whedon’s brilliant storytelling and HBO’s crudeness colliding. (The HBO playbook seems to think that if they don’t seed a series with nudity, explicit sexuality and vulgarity, you can’t hold an audience. I believe they underestimate their audience). This is a brilliant, multilayered and fantastic premise rooted in the human condition. A flawed protagonist, characters with depth and brokenness, irony, humour, and hard held hope all knit together the narrative. Solid cast (with a surprise fan choice for episode 6) giving full performances. Action galore. I wish it had kept all that and none of the salacious content. I give this series a 9 (superb) out of 10. [SciFi, Fantasy, pseudo-historical drama]


I've watched the four episodes available so far and even though Joss Whedon is steering this (I hope he treats the actors better in this than his other projects), and at first I thought uh-oh more woke dribble, but I always give new shows four episodes before I come to a conclusion whether to keep watching or not. I must say it 'may' come across as Woke, but it is set in a women's orphanage and the premise was only women were Touched (but later reveals suggest not). There are some really good sfx and unique moments along with shock moments. Overall there is some solid acting (and some not), and the writing isn't bad. My suggestion, watch the first four episodes before deciding on whether to delete a show from your list. Give it a shot. I'll continue to watch this season to completion before making my mind up.


I was hooked already after 10 min of the 1 ep. I wasn't expecting the futuristic plot and I was wary of it but it went amazing. This show has so many things but excluding the 1st ep i wasnt overwhelmed. It should have more episodes! I need s2 now!


I'm sorry I don't know but I can't watch this. I watched first episode and nothing wants me to see more. And thats pretty much never happend before.


i've to say that this serie surprised me well on the last episode congrats for the writers this looks to have good stuff for 2 more seasons at least! exactly the Science Fiction i need

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