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Station Eleven

Station Eleven

2021
Drama
Sci-fi
TV Mini-Series
A post apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines, telling the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what's been lost. (imdb)
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Station Eleven

2021
Drama
Sci-fi
TV Mini-Series
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Avg Percentile 64.69% from 214 total ratings

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Rated 18 Jan 2022
90
91st
i brought my own baggage and wanted it to be 'the road', but instead i got something that stubbornly, gloriously insisted on being about people, love, art, and connection--the only things that can truly save us. a masterpiece.
Rated 13 Jan 2022
9
95th
There's something beautiful about taking an overused bleak setting but making art the main focus of the story instead of the usual tropes. It's a sad but beautiful story, well written and suspenseful until the very end. The first and last episodes can not leave anyone indifferent. They know how to pull heartstrings, it's all so… human, character driven, emotional, this show is an obvious labor of love and passion. All my expectations were subverted. I'm glad I stumbled upon it.
Rated 28 Jan 2022
82
93rd
Intrigued at first, completely fell in it after two episodes, very original TV Show !
Rated 18 Jan 2022
100
99th
Based on an amazing book, this manages to be an amazing show, the joyful post-apocalypse I needed to see, because it is about art, kindness, caring for one another, it is about catharsis and also is cathartic. The writing is so well structured, it looks gorgeous, the casting is perfect. It is a show that says survival is not enough, we must live.
Rated 19 Jan 2022
90
94th
It is rare that a 10 episode TV series feels perfectly formed and complete, and yet feels like it breathes and lives beyond its short frame. Absolutely loved it!
Rated 31 Jan 2022
88
90th
Although it's an apocalyptic setting which has its lows, they're balanced with strong highs. There is real growth and positive character development. It doesn't have a modern cliched downer ending. It tears down but then builds back up.
Rated 31 Jan 2022
92
94th
Not what I was expecting at all, not mired in the tropes of post apocalyptic fiction. Great characters, even the "villains" get character development
Rated 27 Nov 2023
78
48th
Original storyline, but a bit empty execution. It starts very slow and messy, but starts getting interesting after a few episodes. Nevertheless, something felt missing the whole time. Nice time killer, but nothing more. It still manages to deliver the message about community and recovering very well.
Rated 13 Feb 2022
75
76th
Slow to ramp up for me, but at around episode 4 I got drawn in. What I really liked about this show is that it left out the dystopian trope of rival gangs of people trying to hurt or kill each other. Everyone (well, almost everyone) just tries to get along and survive.
Rated 09 Jul 2023
60
69th
Great mysterious atmosphere and acting. However, the show ends up not having much of a point -- once the mysteries are revealed, it reducessolely to being a character drama. Never end up caring that much about the characters.
Rated 15 Mar 2023
80
87th
The first episode is the most compelling opening to an apocalypse series I've seen yet, all thanks to Jeevan's awkward, yet dogmatic sense of morality. The Shakespeare dynamic was entertaining to a point. The ending conflict had some parts I could do without. Art, morality, dreams and desires. Through its characters this series explores what it means to be human, even after an apocalypse.
Rated 22 Feb 2023
90
97th
Cleverly baits its audience with the excitement of a dystopian catastrophe. But it turns the tables to reveal a very profound, sophisticated and simply beautiful musing on the power of art and representatin, its importance in today's utilitarian and materialistic society....and an incredibly powerful modern adaptation of Hamlet. Actually , it explains Hamlet to a modern audience. Masterful.
Rated 12 Feb 2023
80
78th
Riesce a mantenere i pregi del romanzo da cui è tratto (l'ambientazione originale e le atmosfere tra il poetico e l'onirico) aggiungendoci un po' di dinamismo e concretezza; qui rispetto al libro i personaggi sono molto più connessi tra loro e le storylines arrivano ad una conclusione. Qualche lungaggine di troppo ma nel complesso niente male.
Rated 23 Jan 2023
77
21st
Disappointed by this show. People seemed to love it, and there were definitely some great elements (e.g., loved all the scenes between young kirsten & jeevan). But most of it was just a bit off in execution. The actress that played adult kirsten really annoyed me. Also, the shakespeare of it all was rather extra. Ultimately I get that the show is about trauma, people & whatever, but the whole graphic novel/space person thing was a poorly deployed device for communicating a real point in my onion
Rated 16 Jul 2022
65
30th
I had high expectations for this show as it didn’t seem dysphoric, like one could expect as it is about the few people surviving an extremely deadly virus. But more and more I lost interest and gave up in the middle of the third episode. I must confess that I hate films that keep jumping back and forth, as one never gets really captured - especially when you have to follow eight characters back and forth through 4 time periods. So if you like that kind of series, you might enjoy this one.
Rated 19 May 2022
20
12th
This is the worst TV show I've ever seen. The critics said it was "GREAT!" and that it starts as a slow burn but will reward you if you stick with it. They are LIARS! It starts out with loooong sloooow booooring episodes and ends with looooong sloooow boooring episodes. If you think the most important thing in the post-apocalypse would be live theatre, this is the show for you! It's a 10-hour Bill Shakespeare reach around.
Rated 02 Feb 2022
80
77th
good
Rated 04 Jan 2022
70
79th
OK, so far I can't say this is great, it's bordering on good, but I can say, there aren't a lot of post apocalyptic stories doing things this differently (or getting to familiar places in such strange manners). For me, that's kept me going. EDIT - the final episodes raised the score up. Good Storytelling overpowers a bit of meandering.
Rated 01 Jul 2022
43
38th
Thematically, seems to be about the importance of community and culture to mourning and recovery. But the execution seems empty. Characters have connections they aren't aware of until they finally come together, but why? I think simply to play out genre convention. What exactly is supposed to be compelling about the titular comic book, even to a child in trauma? Not a single line or image from the book seems meaningful in any way. Why the constant Shakespeare, and *only* Shakespeare?
Rated 29 Nov 2023
33
25th
Smacks of what a writers' workshop in some fucking New England farmhouse or something would think is amazing. I didn't buy almost any of the characters' motivations, reactions or dialogue, and the plot is basically "art & literature are super important and hope in a post-apocalyptic/uncertain future must be tied up in them" which yeah, sure, but that message gets so bluntly beaten over your head it's absurd. Most of my points go to the sheer effort involved in doing so.

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