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2 items from 2010


[TV] Life After People: The Complete Season Two

29 July 2010 5:01 PM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

There is a good reason why this speculative piece of post-apocalyptic fiction from the History Channel started out as a two-hour documentary special - it's not actually a very expansive subject, really. Once you've dissected the intricate detail by which one man-made structure will gradually deteriorate before ultimately collapsing into rubble, you've pretty much covered them all. But, seeing as how the original Life After People garnered an audience of almost six million (twice the number as tuned into last week's Mad Men season premiere) and was the most watched program in the channel's history (pardon the pun) commercial pressures naturally necessitated that the idea be dragged out into an ongoing series.

Narrated somewhat dryly by James Lurie, Life After People imagines exactly that; speculating what would become of the world if human beings suddenly blinked out of existence, leaving no one to contain and/or maintain that which is left behind. »

- Neil Pedley

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[DVD Review] Life After People: The Complete Season Two

29 July 2010 5:01 PM, PDT | JustPressPlay.net | See recent JustPressPlay news »

There is a good reason why this speculative piece of post-apocalyptic fiction from the History Channel started out as a two-hour documentary special - it's not actually a very expansive subject, really. Once you've dissected the intricate detail by which one man-made structure will gradually deteriorate before ultimately collapsing into rubble, you've pretty much covered them all. But, seeing as how the original Life After People garnered an audience of almost six million (twice the number as tuned into last week's Mad Men season premiere) and was the most watched program in the channel's history (pardon the pun) commercial pressures naturally necessitated that the idea be dragged out into an ongoing series.

Narrated somewhat dryly by James Lurie, Life After People imagines exactly that; speculating what would become of the world if human beings suddenly blinked out of existence, leaving no one to contain and/or maintain that which is left behind. »

- Neil Pedley

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2 items from 2010


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