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Another Life - Season 1 (2019)

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Show title: Another Life

IMDb score: 5,3 (38.598)

Episodes: 10

Playing time: 7 hour and 31 minutes

Developed by: Aaron Martin and Aaron Martin

Stars: Selma Blair, Samuel Anderson and Blu Hunt

Origin: United States

Releasedate: Thursday 25 July 2019

First aired on: Netflix (Nederland)


Another Life plot

Another Life focuses on astronaut Niko Breckinridge who does everything in his power to search for extraterrestrial intelligence. She leads a team on a mission to explore the origins of an alien artifact that mysteriously ended up on Earth. As Niko and her young crew investigate, they face unimaginable dangers for what could be their final mission.

Episodes Season 1 (2019)

  1. 1. Across the Universe

    25 July 2019 (1 hour and 01 minute)

  2. 2. Through the Valley of Shadows

    25 July 2019 (45 minutes)

  3. 3. Nervous Breakdown

    25 July 2019 (47 minutes)

  4. 4. Guilt Trip

    25 July 2019 (44 minutes)

  5. 5. A Mind of Its Own

    25 July 2019 (40 minutes)

  6. 6. I Think We're Alone Now

    25 July 2019 (44 minutes)

  7. 7. Living the Dream

    25 July 2019 (44 minutes)

  8. 8. How the Light Gets Lost

    25 July 2019 (44 minutes)

  9. 9. Heart and Soul

    25 July 2019 (37 minutes)

  10. 10. Hello

    25 July 2019 (45 minutes)

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Actors and Actresses

Niko Breckinridge

Harper Glass

Erik Wallace

Richard Ncube

Javier Almanzar

Sasha Harrison

Oliver Sokolov

Bernie Martinez

Jana Breckinridge-Wallace

Zayn Petrossian

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SolidKevin

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Just watched the last episode and my goodness this is all incredibly bad and unbelievable. Who would send such a group of horny suckers into space for the most important mission ever undertaken by mankind? These are truly the most unprofessional astronauts you will ever see in your life. Not to mention the lousy world construction.

For example, you can hear between nose and lips that Korea has apparently united and that large parts of the world have been submerged or something like that. So in every episode you hear something of the era in which Another Life should take place. The problem is that you never hear exactly what year we are in.

Then there is the technology. In one of the first images you see a kind of holographic TV, but behind it is a coffee machine from the year zero. What also annoyed me was the soma-system. "Hey, I have an idea: Let's go into space with untested technology that we have no idea what effect it could have on the human brain! BRILLIANT!"

My advice? As a science fiction fan, stay far away from this. The only 'saving' factor may be Katee Sackhoff. She manages to convince somewhat in this steaming turd. In addition, the events on Earth are also nice, but also show that the part in space is rather jerky. After two episodes, you hope the whole ship just flies into a black hole.

0.5* for Katee Sackhoff + 0.5* for the scenes on Earth + 0.5* for the laughing muscles that I sometimes couldn't control, so: 1.5*

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3 2 1 cut

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I do recognize what zowie and blokhut1 write. It's a bad soap opera from Star Trek. This somewhat socially frustrated crew doesn't really show any intelligence or any insight of professionalism that might show they need to save the Earth's inhabitants (and there's only one chance!).

If I had to put together this crew, I would never have chosen this composition. A hopeless mission. But yes, of course diversity has to be pushed down the throat (and I really tried to see through it and not pay attention to it) so that's what the actors are guided by. Also a kind of profiling of themselves as actors: 'We are strong LGBTI people, women, Transgenders and African Americans'! And it is precisely this frustrated attempt at equal profiling that only weakens these characterizations. Unfortunately ! I also realized how clever Star Trek this from the 60s in a casual way brought diversity to the viewers.

It's a shame about the entire SF story and the series therefore completely fails for me.

Katee Sackhoff still acts reasonably well, but her facial expression doesn't appeal to me (she can't help it and neither can I) so I didn't get a 'bond' with the lead actress.

So I dropped out after episode 4. There was a threat of a kind of threesome that I don't have much with in SF. By the way, I think it would be great to do it weightless, only you end up together quite quickly at a wall or something. Add to that the visual images of the weightless floating sweat and other human wetness and I... Well, no, never mind.

Ah. On to Casa del Papa. That's a bit more realistic

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