Orson Welles presented the realistic adaptation of 'The War of the Worlds' as a Halloween episode of the radio series 'The Mercury Theatre on the Air'
By Tamkeenat Rose
At this point, the series feels like it packs on multiple storylines where the key protagonists are trying to avert one crisis by multiple means.
By Aharon Abhishek
The EPIX thriller already confirmed the death of Daisy Edgar-Jones's Emily Grisham in the Season 2 finale, and follows it up by killing Sophia
Like its predecessors, the new season is focused. cleverly made and is thoroughly full of suspense.
IMDb lists Edgar-Jones's name only for the first two seasons throwing a question mark on her role in Season 3
'I genuinely have no idea how they can do a third season after the way the second ended,' one of the comments read
The latest season will some of the key characters from Seasons 1 and 2 reprise their roles with some new faces appearing as well
The reimagined version of HG Wells' classic promises more more horror as humanity scrambles for survival
While the movie does stay true to HG Wells's book ending, the series just may deviate to give it a rather somber end
Bristol, Newport and Belgium serve as some of the locations where the hit series was filmed.
It will be the second major show to go into production in the UK in the pandemic era following 'War Of The Worlds' earlier this month
By Pooja Salvi
The show's first season has completed its run on EPIX and the fans are eagerly looking forward to the next season of the series
By Remus Noronha
A number of fans have taken to Twitter to talk about the show after the finale. While in the past there were quite a few who criticized the show, it seems opinion on it is starting to turn
The grim and gritty Epix drama has been a slow-burner, and minus the odd-action, all it focussed on was the survivors when they realize they're up against something they have no idea about
By Aharon Abhishek
Season 1's ending establishes there's a lot left to explain and we can expect the series to drop in sometime around 2021
Sacha and Emily may be in two different countries but they do share the same uncanny ability to understand the aliens and for some reason, the killer cyborgs don't seem to want to harm either of them
With Catherine's theory, humans are now one step closer to fighting off the alien invaders
For now, Episode 6 is like the calm before the storm and the series gets unpredictable with each episode
An exclusive sneak peek released to MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) by EPIX shows Sarah confess to Helen that she has been contemplating suicide because of the constant despair caused by the alien invasion
The episode pays up on all the things set up in the last episode and further intensifies the mystery of the aliens while also allowing for some interesting character moments
We have not seen any evidence that the cyborgs are killing these children and so we have to assume they have a plan that involves using the infants
An illegal immigrant in England, Kariem would probably have been feared and hated back when things were still normal but after the aliens attack, he has become the only hope the Gresham family has for survival
The main character in focus is Stephen Campbell Moore as Jonathan Gresham, while Chloe's backstory as a rape victim forms another storyline
The Anglo-French series doesn't hold back when it comes to depicting violence and cruelty and even in the quieter moments, it manages to find a way to inject some unsettling tension
Unlike most episodes of the show, 'On the Wings of Keeradaks' was less plot-heavy and more focused on the action and sheer visual brilliance. That might not make for a great story but boy, were those visuals amazing.
While most shows would shy away from this kind of graphic violence, 'War of the Worlds' boldly goes forward
The gritty tonality never changes despite the focus moving to different characters on the show
It is an interesting twist that someone who might be disadvantaged in the normal world now has an edge over everyone else
Horrifying and hair-raising, the second episode is a deliberate slow burner but it does get the horror levels a notch higher while explaining the survivors' psyche
Does it have aliens? Yes. Are they hostile? Almost certainly. But if you were expecting Michael Bay explosions and cheesy animation, these are not the aliens you're looking for
The slick episode makes sure it's past all the man vs aliens plotline
Some of the early viewers of Episode 1 have taken to Twitter to talk about the show and the reactions are generally positive
Ahead of EPIX's re-imagination of the timeless classic by HG Wells, we revisit Orson Welles' 1938 radio hoax that sent Americans onto the streets fleeing from an apparent Martian attack
Set in 1890s' Edwardian England, the new adaptation of Wells' 'The War of the Worlds' follows George and Amy as they attempt to defy society and start a life together in the wake of an alien invasion
By Mangala Dilip