. Station Eleven Is, Hands Down, the Best New Show of the Year « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Vogue – It’s haunting, gorgeously made, heartfelt, an end-of-the-world vision that lifts you up as much as it gives you nightmares. It may also be the year’s hardest show to recommend. Will you watch a 10-episode series in which the globe is decimated by a novel flu strain?

But Station Eleven, which is based on the 2014 best-selling novel by Emily St. John Mandel and made by writer Patrick Somerville, is uncanny television. A dystopian series full of death and menace that threads in so much humanity and optimism that you want to be in its precarious world. I was gripped, cheered, and horrified…

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