A mysterious object crashes on earth and a group of unconnected strangers die from an energy pulse it emits, but then re-awaken to find out that they have been deemed responsible for preventing the impending Apocalypse.


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Series cast summary:
...  Vera Buckley 13 episodes, 2015
...  The Man 13 episodes, 2015
...  Raul Garcia 13 episodes, 2015
...  Peter Moore 13 episodes, 2015
...  Joshua Silburn, Jr 13 episodes, 2015
...  Erin Calder 13 episodes, 2015
...  Rose Arvale 13 episodes, 2015
...  Alan Harris 13 episodes, 2015
...  Amy Calder 12 episodes, 2015
...  Nadia / ... 11 episodes, 2015
...  Sen. Cindy Richards 10 episodes, 2015
...  Koa Lin 9 episodes, 2015
...  Leland Schiller 9 episodes, 2015
...  Eliza / ... 7 episodes, 2015
...  Joshua Silburn, Snr / ... 6 episodes, 2015
...  Mark Plowman 6 episodes, 2015


In the New Mexico desert, scientist Vera Ivanov (Shantel VanSanten) watches in fascination as a mysterious object plummets to Earth and explodes, sending out a shock wave that briefly stops her heart. But Vera isn't the only one affected: she's instantly connected to four other strangers, who also collapse only to miraculously come back to life hours later. Then a mysterious figure known only as "The Man" (Diogo Morgado) comes and offers Vera the chance to be reunited with her kidnapped son, if she helps him with one morally complicated task. Now, this group of strangers might be the only hope for preventing the impending Rapture... or causing it. Written by Soumik Ghosh

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17 April 2015 (USA)  »

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A hírnökök  »

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Cancelled after three low rated episodes on The CW, despite the good reviews. See more »

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Lazy Plot Writing Masquerading as Divine Purpose
26 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

First, I wanted to like this. CW's "I, Zombie" has been a truly clever new series, and "The Flash" understands the fine line between Super Hero Fantasy versus Super Hero Science Fiction, favoring the latter. Both series have likable characters who you grow to care about, and they become deeper and more nuanced as the series progresses.

This delivers none of that. Instead you are immediately confronted as to why Lucifer needs to show up via a Meteor Impact, or why God has chosen the actions of these six people to stop the Apocalypse. He's VERY unhappy with us, but what's really mysterious is why He chooses any of these characters to give us one last chance!?!. Trust me, none of them are Noah nor Lot.

The series suffers from trying to bring too many main players too quickly onto the screen for you to develop that much attachment to them. What is supremely annoying though is that instead of cleverly weaving the characters to ending up at the same place, evidently God is heavy handed and just pushes them all to the same locations with the subtlety of a Political Attack Ad. This happens both at the beginning, sort of, and then at the end of the second episode. Since nothing terribly significant come from this it's not even a plot spoiler. THAT'S an even bigger problem.

The acting ranges from decent to more than a bit over the top, though I don't know if the latter is due to the script, director, or the actors involved. It's not a good sign when the viewers ask themselves that question. Plus the series cannot make up it's mind about Science versus Divine and Infernal meddling, with an unhealthy does of conspiracy theory thrown in for either paranoia or simple stupidity.

So you have heavy-handed, disjointed, and lazy script writing combined with multiple weakly acted/scripted/directed characters who appear more or less central to the series, and whom you don't care about particularly. I figure I'm only out less than two hours of my life, and I'll forgive CW after their other good series debuting this year. Everyone gets to screw up occasionally. If Apocalyptic is your preference, "Sleepy Hollow" is a much better alternative.

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