I think I had heard of it offhand a few times, and apparently I watched the first two episodes, but I've been bingeing it like crazy and think a lot
of members would love it last few nights and think many members would enjoy it.
So there was a war that made Earth unlivable, there were space stations that all banded together and formed "The Ark". The penalty for criminals is
getting jettisoned into space, but criminals can only be killed after they turn 18. 100 inmates (kids) are instead sent to the surface to see if it's
Story is good, suspenseful and has decent action. The character development is pretty good too, so your usual cookie cutter characters actually have
Fair amount of twists and turns so far and it's worth not knowing them. I haven't straight up WTFed yet, but I've been surprised a few times and let
down a few times when I figured the plot was going a certain way).
I have three books I want to compare it to, but that would make the plot far more predictable. Hope you give it a try and like it!
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The first season was great, the second season was so so, and the third season was f-ing terrible.
I just think they ran out of ideas already and are pulling s*** out of their ass. The season was cringe worthy at best and every moment was
predictable. Hopefully season 4 will redeem the quality of the show but i doubt it.
Well it was not just another teen drama show like i first though of it and certainly not boring show, scenarios are pretty, ppl are good looking and
some very talented and the plot does keep making crazy twists.
it's a good show, love it, have been watching on cw since it first started.
unforunantely, with so many just starting on season one, I can't actually say much as far as what my favorite insight so far in the show has been..
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