TV Show Reviews
"Capital" review by Suzanne
four nights starting Monday July 11
I enjoyed this series. It's set in a British neighborhood
where everyone starts getting these strange postcards.
They all interpret them differently, and they keep getting
them, driving everyone crazy with worry. Just like a
disaster movie, we learn about all of the relevant people in
the neighborhood who get the cards. We learn about their
lives and why they think the way they do. Then things
start to really happen.
One is a businessman and his family. One is a family of
immigrants who own a store. One is an elderly dying lady.
And so on. It's a good mystery, but it really shows you
about people and how they act. There is some comedy
here and there as well. I would have liked to have seen more
than the four episodes because it's just so well done.
If you miss it on TV, watch it on their website!
4 Night Series Event
“We Want What You Have.”
These five puzzling
words change the community of Pepys Road forever. After
each of the quiet south London street’s residents
receives an anonymous postcard with that ominous
message, nothing is the same. While some initially
dismiss the postcards as junk mail, their lives quickly
begin to unravel as the postcards keep coming at an
alarming rate. The residents come from a variety of
backgrounds, but they all share something in common:
each of them is deeply plagued by the mystery of these
The events that unfold
examine one simple question: What are we all really
a four-night series event, premieres Monday,
July 11th at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT on Pivot,
the television network from Participant Media.
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