The series starts with a comic book bidding, and an extravagant comic con turns out to be a deadly conspiracy when the fans of Dystopia and Utopia find out that Jessica Hyde is real and not just a character. Things start to go out of control as they try to find Mr. Rabbit, the villain.
"Utopia" was released on Amazon Prime on 25th September. Well, I binged this show with no idea what the show is all about. The entire plot of the story is very unique, energetic, and interesting.
It takes us to a bunch of nerds and fans of a comic book trying to decode stuff from the comics, it turns out to be a deadly riot of everything being real. So many things happen right in the first few episodes of the show that you are in shock that so many people died, just like that.
So, I won’t deny that they amazed me a lot all the time. Now I am sure this show will be liked by the younger audience more although it has some deadly and gut-wrenching scenes – should I say, young adults.
Another Interesting thing about this show is that it is to the point. There are only eight episodes, each almost 45 minutes to an hour-long.
Riann Wilson from the Office plays the lead role here of Dr. Michael Sterns, and I liked him in the series.
This show gave me a lot of Umbrella Academy and Daybreak vibes with everything considered, and it was kind of cool to see this superhero stuff from an entirely new perspective.
The primary conflict in the show is interesting. By the end, I kind of agree with the villain as they pick up an important issue of everything wrong with this world – overpopulation.
Some character development and fight scenes are too clichés and heroic, but, I enjoy it.
I am a big nerd for such shows, and this show was cool, I am sure the way it ended, it is going to come for many more seasons, and I am excited to watch it!
You can also watch my review video for this @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHzkWdff4Cc
In case you are interested in watching this series, Here is the trailer for the same:
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