Utopia (2013–2014)
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Episode #1.1 

When five strangers from an online comic book forum agree to meet after gaining possession of the original manuscript for the cult graphic novel 'The Utopia Experiments', they find ... See full summary »

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Jessica Hyde
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When five strangers from an online comic book forum agree to meet after gaining possession of the original manuscript for the cult graphic novel 'The Utopia Experiments', they find themselves pursued by a shadowy organisation known as The Network who are in pursuit of the manuscript - and they are prepared to kill to track it down. Written by Anonymous

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One character is using a calculator and the number 58008 is on the screen. If you turn the calculator upside down the display would read BOOBS. See more »

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Arby: Where is Jessica Hyde ?
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References Doctor Who (1963) See more »

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Something different, something good...
16 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

It's nice to see Channel 4 do something different other than controversial documentaries and reruns, a professional and niche programme that appears to be a larger than what we expect. I can happily say that I wasn't disappointed, this start to the series was a great window into the minds and construct of the Utopia universe. The beginning was very good in particular, showing a rather unusual comical but critical twist to a somewhat exhausted television genre of apeshit thrillers and crime. This new and inviting show makes underground British society look like Shameless-cum-No Country For Old Men. A dark and ambiguous atmosphere that, if I'm not mistaking, has many connotations to colour in this graphic novel-based thriller drama as if a British 'Unbreakable' but without the pseudo-superhumans. Overall, it was brilliant and subtly mastered - but I have yet to see it in its entirety.


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