The townspeople who live above "The Loop," a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of the universe, experience things previously consigned to the realm of science fiction.
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Series cast summary:
Daniel Zolghadri ...  Jakob 7 episodes, 2020
Paul Schneider ...  George 6 episodes, 2020
Rebecca Hall ...  Loretta 6 episodes, 2020
Robert Nahum Allen Robert Nahum Allen ...  Logan the Bartender 6 episodes, 2020
Ato Essandoh ...  Gaddis 5 episodes, 2020
Duncan Joiner ...  Cole 5 episodes, 2020
Jonathan Pryce ...  Russ 4 episodes, 2020
Nicole Law ...  May 3 episodes, 2020
Dan Bakkedahl ...  Ed 3 episodes, 2020
Lauren Weedman ...  Kate 3 episodes, 2020
Dominic Rains ...  Lucas 3 episodes, 2020
Jane Alexander ...  Klara 3 episodes, 2020
Alessandra de Sa Pereira ...  Beth 3 episodes, 2020
Tatiana Latreille ...  Lauren 3 episodes, 2020
Christin Park ...  Stacey 3 episodes, 2020
Stefanie Estes ...  Sarah the Teacher / ... 3 episodes, 2020
Tyler Barnhardt ...  Danny Jansson / ... 3 episodes, 2020
Sierra Alexis Sierra Alexis ...  Zoe 3 episodes, 2020
Roger Clown Roger Clown ...  Lenny 3 episodes, 2020
Abby Ryder Fortson ...  Young Girl 2 episodes, 2020
Victor J. Ho ...  Zhi 2 episodes, 2020
Danny Kang ...  Ethan 2 episodes, 2020
Shane Carruth ...  Cole (40's) / ... 2 episodes, 2020
Alec Carlos ...  Mark 2 episodes, 2020
Carter Heintz Carter Heintz ...  Nate 2 episodes, 2020
Kassianni Austin Kassianni Austin ...  Molly / ... 2 episodes, 2020


Beneath a small town exists The Loop, a scientific research facility. The townspeople end up experiencing an altered version of reality, where impossible things become possible. Each episode follows one townsperson, or a particular group of townspeople, and their experiences with The Loop. Written by grantss

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The theatre marquee in town (Ep1) advertises an actual move titled SUMMER WITH MONIKA. Released in 1953 and directed by Ingmar Bergman. See more »

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Heavy Going!
5 April 2020 | by purple-mugSee all my reviews

This, I'm sure, is the stuff of dreams to the "serious" sci-fi buff. The kind of thing they've been waiting their whole lives for. But be warned. The art house approach, the ponderous wringing of every drop of darkness from the tales, the dolorous minimalist soundtrack courtesy of Philip Glass, and the doom laden plots all contribute to weighty, even burdensome viewing at times. This is not the sort of thing you put on at the end of a riotous evening. Nor to be binge watched - it will spill your marbles and spark depressive spirals. And don't gift it to your significant other for a birthday or the like if you don't want weeks of angst as they try to work out what exactly you're trying to say. It's intelligent, meaningful and dark - maybe a little too so - well worth watching but make sure you're in the right mood, at the right time, and preferably in easy reach of your support structure!

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Release Date:

3 April 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Tales from the Loop See more »

Filming Locations:

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada See more »

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16:9 HD
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