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A writer is touched by the story of a former Black Panther who seams to have been wrongfully convicted to life imprisonment 20 years ago. The writer decides to try to help the now middle-aged convict get exonerated.
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Follows a group of students at Upper Redwood High who have a radio show called Radio Active. Chaos follows as the group try to work together and watching out for the sneaky Ms. Noelle Atoll... See full summary »
While the pilot was not the most defining episode to begin a series, it set the tone for a mix of mystery, suspense, and chills. This show delivers on a much deeper level that outright scares you would find in some other shows on television right now. This is a far different show than anything I ever seen on tv. The closest thing I would compare it to, as far as atmosphere and mood would be The Shining. The concept is a much different one than I am used to. It incorporates themes that hardcore science fiction shows use. It has what I call an apocalyptic tone to it, where "one man will come and he will lead us to salvation or damnation." While maintaining a grounding rod in reality. It is still early on in the show, but from my standpoint All Souls delivers the chills and the right dose of action and suspense to make it successful. Don't listen to my opinion, give the show a chance and formulate your own you might be surprised...
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