‘1899’ fans still want answers

1899A science fiction series from Baran bo Oder and Jantje Friese, creators of the hit TV show darkPremieres on Netflix in November 2022. TV producer Ruairi Carroll Enjoyed the show’s mysterious characters and story.

“Whatever way the Netflix algorithm works, it was being pushed on my screen all the time,” Carroll said in episode 562. geeks guide to the galaxy podcast. “And I was watching a lot of trailers on YouTube, because I follow the Netflix channel on YouTube. And I have to say, I really enjoyed it in the beginning and had a great time.”

Despite the fanfare, 1899 It was immediately cancelled, leaving the series ending on a painful cliffhanger that left many of the show’s mysteries completely unresolved. geeks guide to the galaxy host david barr kirtley I was disappointed that Netflix would end the show on such a disappointing note. “It’s been over a year since the show came out, and I’m still constantly seeing people complaining on social media, like, ‘How can Netflix fund this stupid show or this stupid show? Why don’t they give us more? 1899, ”That’s what we really want,” he says.

fictional writer erin lindsay Had fun 1899, but understand why the show was canceled, given the many signs that the story was getting out of control. “There was some serious storytelling entropy going on,” she says. “I think the first few episodes were going pretty well, and after that each episode got increasingly weird, to the point that by the end I had lost patience.”

so is there any hope 1899 Will fans ever find out what this means? tv writer andrea call Hopefully answers will be found in some form or the other. “That’s my proposal to Netflix, or at least the producers,” she says. “Can you please tell me what happened? explain it to me. I don’t care, write it. I just want to know. I just want to know what happens next.

Listen to the full interview with Ruairi Carroll, Erin Lindsay and Andrea Kail in episode 562 geeks guide to the galaxy (Above). And check out some highlights from the discussion below.

Andrea Kail on secrets:

Should there be any meaning to all this? I was having this conversation with my friend recently. He doesn’t like secrets. She wants everything explained to her as soon as you leave, and I said, “Okay, let it go for now. Eventually you’ll probably get an explanation, and sometimes it’s satisfying not to get an explanation.” Maybe it’s just me as a reader/viewer. It doesn’t bother me… I don’t like not getting all the answers. I’m very much a “let it wash over you” kind of person, especially when I’m doing it and my first impression is that it’s great.

Ruairi Carroll on mystery Box Shows:

I don’t mind the mystery box thing. Well, I can take it to some extent. i kind of fell lost, i enjoyed the leftovers from a few years ago, and dark, But then sometimes I go out on the road with it. And I’ll be honest with you, there are days when I was so happy to leave something that was a mystery box and just wear it reacher on Amazon, and just watch a big guy kill people… just keep going with it, that’s all I can say about these mystery box things. just go with it. You’re either going to be banging your head against the wall all night thinking about it, or you’re going to be like, “Okay, I’m firing Jack Reacher.”

david barr kirtley on dark Vs 1899,

what happened to me dark At the end of Season 1, I said, “There’s no way they can possibly end this. This all doesn’t make any sense.” And then at the end of Season 2, I was like, “Okay, they did a surprisingly good job – much better than I expected – of making it all make sense, so I hope And then with Season 3, I was like, “Eh, I still have a list of a hundred things they never answered that were very important. ” So if it had followed the same pattern, I’m sure a lot of things would have been answered in a satisfying way, but I still have the overwhelming impression that at the end of Season 3 there would have been a list of hundreds of things that had no answers. Can’t give.”

Erin Lindsay on Baran bo Oder and Jantje Fries:

I think if anyone is going to do it (mystery box show), it can be these guys. We have separated it. That’s a little bit of our job in this show, but it was an entertaining show. In my opinion, it was flawed, but it was enjoyable, and I think I would have liked it regardless. dark On top of that, I’m impressed by the attention to detail and the pure ambition of what these guys are putting out, and they may very well pull it off one day. If it has any flaws I would recommend this show as enjoyable, and I will watch the next thing they put out, and the next thing after that, because I have a feeling one of these days they are going to knock it out of the park. Are.

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