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A group of high schoolers struggles against predatory mutants who have taken over their town after a chemical plant meltdown.
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Series cast summary:
Leo Howard ...  Grover Jones 20 episodes, 2016-2017
Liza Koshy ...  Violet Adams 20 episodes, 2016-2017
Adam Hicks ...  Diesel 20 episodes, 2016-2017
Meghan Rienks ...  Zoe Parker 20 episodes, 2016-2017
Tyler Chase ...  Barrett McIntyre 20 episodes, 2016-2017
Melvin Gregg ...  LaShawn Devereux 12 episodes, 2016-2017
Aislinn Paul ...  Natalie 10 episodes, 2016
Niki DeMartino ...  Sadie 9 episodes, 2017
Saxon Sharbino ...  Anka 9 episodes, 2017
Jordan Calloway ...  Zane 9 episodes, 2017


A group of high schoolers struggles against predatory mutants who have taken over their town after a chemical plant meltdown.

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10 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Hátborzongató See more »

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Leo Howard is one year younger than his on screen younger sister, Mary Mouser. See more »

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It's like watching a car wreck...it's awful, but you look anyway to see the blankets covering the bodies
22 October 2017 | by firebird7478-223-619790See all my reviews

The premise was decent enough to get me to watch, but for crying out loud, who at Hulu green lighted this mess? So many continuity problems. The writing is awful. It's bad enough that it is stiff and unrealistic but they actually insult the intelligence of the audience by reminding us through dialogue of the subplots, IE. "I hate you!" "Oh, because I like your girlfriend, right?" Please!

The story is only suppose to be over the course of 2-3 days but in some instances, the characters mention they've been locked up for 11. This brings me to the next point...continuity. Girls with hair that looks perfect, made up, looking like they got a good night's sleep. Boys, teens though they may be, clean shaven, not a speck of beard growth. No showers. Nothing to brush their teeth, and the lovers make out with each other. Even after 2 days -- nobody appears gamey?

This is a dangerous chemical event yet we're expected to believe that none of the chemicals get into the school through cracks in the doors, windows, ventilation system? Even when kids make it to cars, they take their masks off in the cars as if they'd be perfectly sealed? There is nothing realistic about this!

It's a shame because you have good actors with nice resumes who were given poor dialogue and were poorly directed. It reminds me of "Dragnet" where accomplished actors were just wooden and awful on that show but you'd see them elsewhere and they'd be brilliant.

It's a sad commentary that so many writers and producers with strong, original ideas cannot get so much as a pitch meeting while crap like this turns up.

If you can -- miss it.

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