1899 Review: Is This Series Give the Same Thrill as “Dark” Series!

Do you know, the Creator(Jantje Friese)  of 1899 is the same person who created the Dark series? After knowing this you must think that 1899 has the same concept of time travel but the story is different here. In this article, we will discuss the positive and negative reviews of the series. Please read this article for all information. In addition, if this article was useful, please offer feedback. Your feedback is precious to us.

The epic period mystery-horror streaming television series 1899 was developed by Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar in German and other languages. On November 17, 2022, Netflix announced its debut.

What is the Storyline of 1899?

It is set in 1899, shortly before the turn of the century, and centers on a group of European immigrants sailing from London to New York City on the steamer Kerberos to begin new lives.

Up until they come across another migrant ship lost at sea, all of the passengers are upbeat about what the future may bring. A formerly simple trek to the promised land devolves into a terrifying nightmare of unimaginable proportions.

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 Top Critics Review on 1899!

  • While the essentials are present, Dark lacks the lightning in a bottle that made it so compelling (at least not yet). And without that, every shortcoming of this subgenre is blatantly obvious.
  • The show succeeds in creating a spooky atmosphere, but at the sacrifice of interesting conversation and character development.
  • Despite 1899’s painfully slow beginning, there are enough plotlines present for us to hope that things quicken up as the mystery surrounding Prometheus becomes more complex.
  • The problem is that they arrive and depart quickly with little to say as some of the mysteries are solved, leaving only the characters’ humanity.
  • We dare you not to keep pressing play thanks to its captivating cast of international characters and their developing personal stories, the eerie production design, and the brilliant cliffhangers.
  • The secrets and mysteries of 1899 might seem a little predictable to fans of Dark.
  • Although [the series] still leaves many mysteries unexplained, it should be far simpler for laypeople to grasp the story than Dark was.

1899 Review: Watch it or Ignore it

An overview of the “1899’s” plot would be like to describe what a glob of paint looks like when it’s millimeters from your face. It is difficult to argue for something in an exhibit without being able to see it as its whole. You can explain the color, the texture, and perhaps even something about the way the light hits it as part of a portrait.

In other words, “1899” is a tale that occurs on the Kerberos, a ship cruising the Atlantic in the final year of the 19th century. I could discuss Maura, the exiled doctor escaping the demons of her past (Emily Beecham). I could argue that the captain of the Kerberos, Eyk (Andreas Pietschmann), and a large number of other passengers, from plush suites to the cargo hold, are all acting in unison.

However, “1899” is organized in a way by its authors Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar which makes the series more of an experience, making such facts less significant on their own. “1899,” like their earlier program “Dark,” virtually solely deals in grandiose ideals.

More than a name on a list, every person on board the Kerberos is a potential. Watching each new episode flip a new card and see what precise type of drama is waiting on the other side is one of the appeals of the show. A quick glance at “1899” will reveal to anyone observing that all of these motorcyclists are running away from something.

One thing to keep in mind is that “Dark” worked best as a whole. The full value of “1899” is in its story arc, which is thought to span several seasons and still feels unfinished on purpose.

Season 1 is like a prologue in that it sets up the pieces before showing the room, the table, and the board on which those pieces sit. So “1899” has a lot of ideas but not many answers, setting up a situation where success or failure depends on who sets sail. Watch the trailer below:

Ratings of 1899

When judging a show, everyone looks at its rating. Most of the time, the best way to know if a show will continue to air is to look at how well it does in the ratings. As your rank goes up, your chances of making it are better. The show has a good IMDb rating of 8.2/10 and a good audience rating of 75% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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