I had to watch this episode on a different website because all links kept buffering!!! I liked this first episode and it is interesting to say the least. But, I fear NBC won't give it a chance if the ratings aren't good. I want to think maybe time travel of some sort or they're in another dimension., alternate universe? This drama kind of has the "Lost" vibe about it and I liked the drama "Lost" even though I really didn't understand the last episode at all!
TMLTBJ…..watch what your sayin……none of them worked for me and if you tell me to SHUT THE FUCK UP….again you will feel the consequences come to bear. First and Last warning. Without swearing at you , see how peaceful that is. And without me pointing out that depending where you live on this planet will DEPEND IF THEY WORK.! SO SHUT UP….POLITELY.
At first I thought surely that can't be Sean Penn! He is a very good actor but my goodness he looks older than Mick Jagger and Mick is 75 and Sean is 58! I was really looking forward to seeing how or what happens on the way to Mars. Big disappointment! This is all about Tom and his relationship with his daughter.........I've watched 3 episodes and I think I've seen enough. And it's not Sean's fault either, his acting is great in this drama!
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The eight-part drama, filmed in Snowdonia, tells the story of detective DI Cadi John (Siân Reese-Williams) who returns to North Wales to care for her ailing father. However, when the body of a young woman is found in a local river, it becomes obvious that sinister secrets lie within the stunning North Wales scenery. Cadi's world - and the world around her - is changed forever. Other cast members include Rhodri Meilir (Byw Celwydd, Pride), Gwyneth Keyworth (Game of Thrones, Wasted, Bang) and Siôn Alun Davies (Endeavour, Y Gwyll/Hinterland). A Severn Screen production that brings together series creators Mark Andrew and Ed Talfan and director, Gareth Bryn, all of whom worked on the award-winning drama series Y Gwyll/Hinterland. The producer is Hannah Thomas. Serias writers include award-winning Welsh novelist Caryl Lewis and BAFTA Cymru-winning writer Jeff Murphy and James Rourke.