Yeah, I watched that as well. If I recall, it was around the same level for me. I enjoyed Hugh Laurie and Tom Hollander the most.
Is there any word on if it’s intended to be one and done or potentially multiple seasons? I enjoyed the novel, but I’m skeptical about if it would translate to tv - especially across multiple seasons.They need to, like, tell us what the future drama is on Dare Me already. Enough with the foreboding "We were but children in those halcyon days...until our lives changed forever by the events wrought by our hubris" intros and outros and just tell us wtf happens. Like does someone die or what.
I actually have no idea. I also didn't know it was based on a novel!
It kind of seems like the show has been spinning its wheels a bit, so maybe that's them trying to stretch out a short novel into multiple seasons?
Not sure if you watched the preview, but next week does seem to finally provide answers. C/S on the voice over narrations from Addy being bad though. I do hope whatever happens and the fallout from it, is worth the teasing.They need to, like, tell us what the future drama is on Dare Me already. Enough with the foreboding "We were but children in those halcyon days...until our lives changed forever by the events wrought by our hubris" intros and outros and just tell us wtf happens. Like does someone die or what.
Created by Dennis Kelly and Felix Barrett, limited series THE THIRD DAY debuts MONDAY, MAY 11, exclusively on HBO. The show’s six episodes are divided into “Summer” and “Winter.”
The limited series will also be available on HBO On Demand, HBO NOW, HBO GO and partners’ streaming platforms.
Told over the first three episodes, “Summer” stars Jude Law (HBO’s “The New Pope”) as Sam, a man who is drawn to a mysterious Island off the British coast where he encounters a group of islanders set on preserving their traditions at any cost. “Summer” is written by Dennis Kelly and directed by Marc Munden.
“Winter” unfolds over the latter three episodes and stars Naomie Harris (Academy Award nominee for “Moonlight”) as Helen, a strong-willed outsider who comes to the island seeking answers, but whose arrival precipitates a fractious battle to decide its fate. “Winter” is written by Kit de Waal, Dean O’Loughlin and Dennis Kelly and directed by Philippa Lowthorpe.
Along with Jude Law and Naomie Harris, THE THIRD DAY also stars Katherine Waterston (“Fantastic Beasts” franchise), Emily Watson (Emmy® and Golden Globe nominee for HBO’s “Chernobyl”), and Paddy Considine (HBO’s “The Outsider”).
BEFOREIGNERS, a six-part genre-crossing drama from HBO Europe, will be available to U.S. subscribers starting on TUESDAY, FEB 18 on HBO NOW®, HBO GO®, and partner streaming platforms. Produced by Norwegian production company Rubicon, the series is the latest programming made available to U.S. subscribers from HBO’s international partners, and joins “The Teenage Psychic” and “Folklore” from HBO Asia, “The Pioneer” from Spain, and “Hackerville” from Romania and Germany, which are available to stream now.
The six-part genre-crossing series will be available on HBO NOW®, HBO GO®, and partner streaming platforms.
A new phenomenon starts happening all over the world. Powerful flashes of light occur in the ocean, and people from the past appear from three time periods; the stone age, the Viking age, and the late 1800s. No one understands how this is possible, and the people from the past, called “beforeigners”, have no memory of what’s transpired.
A couple of years later, Alfhildr, who comes from the Viking Age, is teamed up with burned-out police officer Lars Haaland as part of the police department’s integration program. While investigating the murder of a woman with Stone Age tattoos, Lars and Alfhildr make unexpected discoveries.
It doesn't compute to me that someone hasn't seen High Fidelity (the movie). Wow.