Centers on the adventures of a mother and her two adult daughters, both of whom unknowingly are their family's next generation of witches, who lead seemingly quiet, uneventful modern day ... See full summary »
The Man sets up shop in another diner. Here new clients, and some familiar ones, make deals with The Man. They choose to complete one task and report to The Man about their progress in exchange for one desire being fulfilled.
Everyone wants something. There is a mysterious figure who sits in the booth at the end, who you make a deal with to get what you want. You do the task or you don't - that is up to you, but... See full summary »
Jennifer Del Rosario,
Follows a tribe of Neanderthals as they struggle to survive and hold on to their way of life after coming into contact with a family of Homo Sapiens. At the intersection of evolution and ... See full summary »
In What Lives Inside, a puppeteer's son finds himself magically transported into a strange, beautiful world of balloon trees and magical creatures.
The series, which is really a short film chopped into four pieces, is simply excuse for creating a gorgeous fantasy world. Unfortunately, the only goals for WLI are that it look pretty and prominently feature Dell's tablet. No one was interested in a solid script.
It begins alright, as the protagonist wanders in and out of this world. but once it comes time to explain why, the series hits a whole series of cliches and sappy exposition that telegraphs the finale. Rather than build up its themes slowly and then put them all together into something surprising and meaningful, we just get a bunch of light comedy and special effects for the first half and a bunch of trite nonsense you've seen done better hundreds of times.
My recommendation; watch the first episode or two just to see the pretty scenery and then just stop.
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