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Tales from the Loop on Amazon Prime

Inspired by the wondrous paintings of Simon Stålenhag, Tales from the Loop explores the mind-bending adventures of the people who live above the Loop, a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of the universe – making things previously relegated to science fiction, possible.

Premieres April 3, 2020.

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Amazon Orders Matt Reeves-Produced Sci-Fi Series ‘Tales From the Loop’
By Tim Baysinger, TheWrap.com - Jul. 17, 2018

Amazon Studios has greenlit, “Tales from the Loop,” an hour-long science-fiction series executive produced by “War for Planet of the Apes” director Matt Reeves.

The genre series is based on the famous artwork of Simon Stålenhag. A co-production with Fox 21 Television Studios, the eight-episode series will be helmed by executive producer Nathaniel Halpern, with Mark Romanek directing the pilot episode.

“Tales from the Loop” explores the town and people who live above “The Loop,” a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of the universe — making things possible that were previously relegated only to science fiction. In this fantastical, mysterious town, poignant human tales are told that bare universal emotional experiences while drawing on the intrigue of genre storytelling.

“I was immediately intrigued by the idea of bringing Stålenhag’s incredible paintings to life, but it’s Nathaniel’s deeply inspired vision for this world, and the stories he has created from an incredibly passionate and emotional place, that will drive this series and its storytelling. Together with Mark’s brilliant visual sensibility and unique point of view, it makes this a truly exceptional project and the perfect one to partner with Amazon in our studio’s first direct-to-series order at the streamer,” commented Jane Francis, EVP of Fox 21 Television Studios.

Reeves will executive produce “Tales from the Loop” under his Sixth & Idaho company with Adam Kassan and Rafi Crohn also on board as executive producers. Reeves is set to direct Warner Bros.’ upcoming “The Batman” standalone feature (that may or not star Ben Affleck as the Caped Crusader. Earlier this year, he set a first-look deal with Netflix, but was based at Fox before that.

“Simon Stålenhag’s paintings are renowned for their vision of a not-too-distant, futuristic landscape. We are looking forward to bringing that to life and sharing it with our Prime Video audience,” said Albert Cheng, Co-Head of Television, Amazon Studios.

https://www.thewrap.com/amazon-serie...from-the-loop/

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story synopsis sounds good...visuals are impressive...sci-fi aspects...I'm in...so it's an original story based on a series of paintings/art book and they turned it into a story?...should be a visual showcase much like Alex Garland movies
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Now, that looks interesting. I'm in.
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Amazon really needs to start supporting Dolby Vision again...a show like this deserves the best HDR showcase...HDR10+ is not as good as DV...end these format wars and make HDR10 the standard and Dolby Vision the premium version
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I am going to temper my excitement. While I love good sci-fi this might turn out to be to much of is it real or isn't it kind of thing. Might be hard for them to hold that line between quality sci-fi and art for art sake. Trailer looks intriguing though.

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Eric Heisserer, the guy who adapted Ted Chiang's Story of Your Life into Arrival, said this on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HIGHzurrer/statu...18904836403200
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Looking at the episode list in a PC browser, I happened to notice the recommended age rating varies for each episode, from 7 years to 18. It doesn't really affect me, but I wonder how many families will think it's okay to start watching the first episode (rated age 13+) with their pre-teen kids, and then happen onto content they'd rather not have their children see with episodes rated 16+ and 18+. Five of the eight episodes are rated 7+ or 13+. I'm sure there's a rating/content advisory before each episode, but still. It's a bit confusing as the vast majority of shows have a consistent rating across all episodes.
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Tales From the Loop is a little like Twin Peaks: The Return. Which isn’t to say the new Jonathan Pryce and Rebecca Hall–led series from Amazon, premiering April 3, is quite as experimental as David Lynch’s confounding masterpiece—but it is definitely the “I don’t quite exactly understand what is happening, but I am going to keep watching” show of the season...

https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood...azon-interview

I'll definitely be checking this out eventually...sounds a bit like that new FX/Hulu series, Devs- a slow burn, intelligent story with sci-fi undertones not meant for a mainstream audience...
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I liked the first episode. It's a little different from "Stranger Things" which is what it has been compared to and maybe even stranger.


On another matter I'm wondering when Amazon is going to get around to dropping it's remake of the UK series "Utopia" (probably one of the best sci-fi TV series you may have never seen)? They wrapped filming back in August and unless they went effects crazy will which the original didn't call for it should be emerging soon. Unless given our current situation they're balking a bit given the topic of the series.
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I liked the first episode. It's a little different from "Stranger Things" which is what it has been compared to and maybe even stranger.


On another matter I'm wondering when Amazon is going to get around to dropping it's remake of the UK series "Utopia" (probably one of the best sci-fi TV series you may have never seen)? They wrapped filming back in August and unless they went effects crazy will which the original didn't call for it should be emerging soon. Unless given our current situation they're balking a bit given the topic of the series.
Watched the first episode as well, and it's not bad. Although I'll reserve judgement on the show until I watch the rest of the series.

And not sure when Utopia is going to be released, but I'm not expecting much from it. When Fincher was on-board I thought he could do justice to the material, but now I'm kind of blase about the whole remake thing.

Amazon should have just bought the original series and continued it with Dennis Kelly. Curious how they'll approach the cinematography and score, as the original show did a great (and unique) job with that.
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I watched the first ep and was a little underwhelmed. I guess I was expecting, I dunno, more. Don't know if this is a pure anthology, with no real connection between episodes, or if there is some through-arc that will tie everything together.
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I watched the first ep and was a little underwhelmed. I guess I was expecting, I dunno, more. Don't know if this is a pure anthology, with no real connection between episodes, or if there is some through-arc that will tie everything together.

The episodes are connected but I'm two episodes away from finishing and this is definitely not upbeat feel-good sci-fi. It's still interesting though.

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Watched the first episode as well, and it's not bad. Although I'll reserve judgement on the show until I watch the rest of the series.
Episode 3 was especially a hoot.
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And not sure when Utopia is going to be released, but I'm not expecting much from it. When Fincher was on-board I thought he could do justice to the material, but now I'm kind of blase about the whole remake thing.

Amazon should have just bought the original series and continued it with Dennis Kelly. Curious how they'll approach the cinematography and score, as the original show did a great (and unique) job with that.
If Utopia had played two years later Netflix or Amazon would probably have picked it up and shown it. The original has never played in the US as obviously blocking it was part of the HBO deal. I think in 2013 no one was sure a UK show would be popular in the US unless on PBS. They learned later it didn't matter. Did you see the second season? It dealt with the backstory of the father.
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Episode 3 was especially a hoot.

If Utopia had played two years later Netflix or Amazon would probably have picked it up and shown it. The original has never played in the US as obviously blocking it was part of the HBO deal. I think in 2013 no one was sure a UK show would be popular in the US unless on PBS. They learned later it didn't matter. Did you see the second season? It dealt with the backstory of the father.
Yeah, I watched both seasons. The second season was okay, but I felt it wasn't nearly as good as the first season. But I'm also one of those people who sometimes prefers not knowing every specific detail in regard to a mystery or backstory ... sometimes vagueness is a plus. I kind of preferred not knowing everything about the father ... I like vague hints.

I'm in the US, so it was a bit tricky finding the show (watched it years ago), but I think some youtube-like streaming site had it at the time. Took some hunting to find it all.
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Tales from the Loop on Amazon Prime

2 episodes in so far. It’s ok, and has a bit of a Leftovers feel to it, or something(the score and pacing at least). Quite odd, but somewhat interesting so far.

Edit: I liked episode 3 quite a bit.

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I watched the first ep and was a little underwhelmed. I guess I was expecting, I dunno, more. Don't know if this is a pure anthology, with no real connection between episodes, or if there is some through-arc that will tie everything together.
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Only one episode in and I am not all that thrilled with this. I didn't find it engaging or all that interesting. Seems to of thrown disjointed bizarre things in for no reason, like to be odd just for the sake of being odd. Was wondering if anyone who has seen more things the quality improves in later episodes or is the first one pretty much the same as the others?

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Only one episode in and I am not all that thrilled with this. I didn't find it engaging or all that interesting. Seems to of thrown disjointed bizarre things in for no reason, like to be odd just for the sake of being odd. Was wondering if anyone who has seen more things the quality improves in later episodes or is the first one pretty much the same as the others?


5 episodes in now. I find it hard to characterize actually. It’s still quirky and disjointed a bit. I don’t hate it though. But I also don’t love it. It’s interesting enough (intermittently) for me to keep watching, for now. I can also understand those who don’t like it.
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5 episodes in now. I find it hard to characterize actually. It’s still quirky and disjointed a bit. I don’t hate it though. But I also don’t love it. It’s interesting enough (intermittently) for me to keep watching, for now. I can also understand those who don’t like it.
Like a PG-rated version of "Dark" in some ways. After two episodes though, I too am a little underwhelmed.

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I've watched the first two so far. The melancholy tone is very unusual for a TV series. It's working for me. I like it.

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I'm usually all about the dark stuff, but not sure if I want to add any more shows like that to my binge list right now. Is there any humor or moments of levity at all in this show?
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I'm usually all about the dark stuff, but not sure if I want to add any more shows like that to my binge list right now. Is there any humor or moments of levity at all in this show?
No, next to zero humor. It's not exactly a dark show, but there is no levity and it has a particular mood/cadence for sure, and there are few happy endings. I guess overall, it probably is an emotionally dark series in all honestly. It's a different kind of dark I suppose. There's no terrible people doing bad things, but there's a profound lack of happiness throughout.

I didn't find this very satisfying, though it had it's moments. I found the endings of most of the episodes profoundly unsatisfying in the end.
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I just finished episode 4, and it hit me hard. The episode revolved around Pryce and his grandson. I won’t go into details, but it may be the most simple and universal episode yet. Directed by Andrew Stanton, and cinematography by Ole Brat Birkeland (who also shot Utopia season 1 coincidentally). This was just a lovely hour of television. I can understand why some people aren’t into this. I’d call it contemplative sci-fi. But it’s hitting all the right notes for me. It might be because I grew up in the 80’s. And this somehow has a more realistic feel to its depiction of the era than other recent shows set around the same time, despite the sci-fi extras. It seems more reminiscent than nostalgic. It’s almost as if it’s truer to my memories of the era than other shows that idolize the pop culture that came from it. No, I didn’t live near a magic sci-fi factory. But the potential of finding something life changing in the patch of trees near my house was very real.
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Interesting reactions here, given what the exec producer was hoping to achieve:

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Executive Producer Nathaniel Halpern was never exposed to the RPG, only Stålenhag's art, although he was aware that the game existed. "So often science fiction can be somewhat cynical or serve to induce anxiety or fear or anger. With Simon's work, I saw a chance to tell poignant human stories with a bit of hope in them, and maybe provide a bit of comfort, which I think we could use a little bit of right now."
Those watching might find the story of how this series came to be quite interesting: https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2020/...from-the-loop/
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I watched the first two. Hasn't done anything for me so far.
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I'm 2 episodes in. Will continue watching.

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The episodes are connected but I'm two episodes away from finishing and this is definitely not upbeat feel-good sci-fi. It's still interesting though.
Yeah, definitely NOT upbeat - and I don't see the hope that the EP is talking about - pretty sad show actual

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5 episodes in now. I find it hard to characterize actually. It’s still quirky and disjointed a bit. I don’t hate it though. But I also don’t love it. It’s interesting enough (intermittently) for me to keep watching, for now. I can also understand those who don’t like it.
Also, sort-of felt mild about this - I was told it all connected in the end - which it sort of does - but nothing really explained

Don't think I'll watch Season 2...I wanted to finish it since I watched half...

I honestly wouldn't complete this if you were luke-warm on Episode 1 and 2 - it doesn't go anywhere
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Watched the first episode; was going to drop it. I should watch episode 4?


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