Since the dawn of time, humans have always wondered: does a perfect world exist? Now, we get the chance to build one. Will it be ultimate happiness or utter chaos? Fifteen pioneering Americans leave their everyday lives and move to an isolated, undeveloped location - for an entire year - where they are challenged to create their own civilization from scratch.
Set inside the offices of the "Nation Building Authority", a newly created government organization responsible for overseeing major infrastructure projects, Utopia explores that moment when... See full summary »
After a group of people, who meet online, discover a bizarre graphic novel which seems to hold mysterious answers, they find themselves being tracked down by a merciless organization known merely as 'The Network'.
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From unscripted mastermind John de Mol, and based on the hit Dutch television series of the same name, comes television's biggest social experiment, "Utopia". Since the dawn of time, humans have always wondered: does a perfect world exist? Now, we get the chance to build one. Will it be ultimate happiness or utter chaos? Fifteen pioneering Americans leave their everyday lives and move to an isolated, undeveloped location - for an entire year - where they are challenged to create their own civilization from scratch. With no existing power structures and limited amenities, these "pioneers" will be faced with rewriting the rules. Will they choose democracy or dictatorship? Fidelity or free love? Will they punish or forgive? Choose religion or rationalism? Share with others or hoard for themselves? What conflicts will emerge, what leaders will arise? What principles will guide their daily lives and inform their deepest decisions? As the Utopians build the new society, every decision ...Written by
Well, it's not too exciting of a show and it has it's ups and downs but I keep watching it. I am attached to the characters and want to see what happens next. I like the characters. Watching how characters change from the first episode and their interactions with each other is interesting. I enjoy seeing how they are forming a society in terms of politically and surviving.
I wish it would focus more on the survival aspects. I don't like how they have to make money somehow. It's a lot less exciting that they can just purchase groceries and comfort items. If they had a very bare minimum amount of money just given to them and if they were forced to grow more food or something, maybe it'd be more interesting.
It's a cross between big brother and survivor but to be honest those are both better shows. I think one problem is that Utopia tries too hard. the host is such a goof and the voice over is so ridiculous it's kind of hilarious.
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