TV Series Like Glitch
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The Danish post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama is set to end early in August 2020. It’s been a good run for the thrilling series that seems to have earned a global following on Netflix. If you’re not familiar with the premise of the show, it’s about a virus that’s transported by rainfall and caused the near extinction of the human population.
Having gone missing seven years ago, the previously blind Prairie returns home, now in her twenties with her sight restored. While many believe she is a miracle, others worry that she could be dangerous.
A thriller set in a world sharply divided between progress and devastation, where people are given the chance to make it to the "better side" but only 3% of the candidates succeed.
A family on the brink of splitting up become the owners of a cutting-edge robot being sought by a corporation, homicide investigators and terrorists. Better Than Us (Russian: Лучше, чем люди, romanized: Luchshe, chem lyudi, literally Better Than Humans) is a Russian science fiction television series created by Andrey Junkovsky.
Five moms in a competitive grade school community keep their enemies close, and one another closer, as envy and secrets tangle and unravel their lives. The friendship, motherhood, and growth of five mothers. Each of them have their own issues that they could not overcome. They who had come to think of themselves only as "mother," will reveal hidden secrets. After they meet in the elementary school community, they learn to heal and grow by interacting and comforting each other.
The show opens showing a hole in the ground from inside the hole. It then cuts to a radio interview with Emma Larsimon about the final chapter of her Lizzie Larck series shown from the radio of Caroline’s house. Caroline, calling for her mother, walks into the kitchen to see her mother, Madame Daugeron, putting a knife in her mouth and taking out a tooth. Her mother then holds up the tooth and says it’s “for Emma”. The scene then cuts to Emma doing a reading of her latest book. At the reading she tells everyone that she is done writing Marianne. After the reading, moderated by her fiancee/boyfriend Pere, Emma spends the signing drinking, and then Caroline, who is shown to be a friend of Emma’s from childhood, shows up. She tells Emma that her mother believes she is Marianne and that Emma must go to her. Emma denies that Marianne is real and Caroline then gives Emma the witch charm her mother gave her for Emma and shows Emma her stomach, on which her mother has carved on her in a strange language. Caroline is then escorted out by security saying she doesn’t want to be next but she is. Emma, frightened, goes out with Camile and gets drunk, causing her to miss her dinner with Pere. Emma tells Camile that as a child she had nightmares about Marianne, which caused her to write about Marianne as it made the nightmares stop. Emma returns to her flat to find a note from Pere about her standing him up and being drunk. That night Emma once again has a nightmare about Marianne. In the morning she finds that Pere has left her. That morning at work Caroline shows up and hangs herself after telling Emma that her mother wants her to write more or that she’ll take Emma’s parents next, giving Emma her cross to return to her mother, and referencing an event when they were kids at the lighthouse. After being unable to reach her parents, Emma, with Camile, returns to Elden. On the way Emma describes Marianne to Camile, telling her that the one thing Marianne cannot lie about is her name, noting that she can evade the question but cannot lie about who she is. They stop once in Elden by the lighthouse and Emma hears Marianne calling her back and hears children singing a rhyme about Marianne. Then Father Xavier shows up with his dog and yells at Emma that she needs to leave as no one wants her there. They then stop at Madame Daugeron’s, who seems disinterested in the death of her daughter. They have tea with Madame Daugeron, who acts insane and seems to know information about Emma that she shouldn’t. As they flee Madame Daugeron, she screams that Emma must write or her parents will be next. They continue on her to parents house, where Emma finds a witch charm on the door. Once she enters she finds her parents having sex on the stairs. That night Camile wakes up and is attacked by Emma’s father. Emma then runs out and finds Camile, then sees her parents running out into the woods naked with strange writing on them. She tries to follow but her father attacks her.
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