Tuesday, January 24, 2012

10,000 Days



Some of you know that I don't have a television. I watch all my TV online. In addition to what broadcast TV, I have become addicted to various web series. A new one started last Friday. It's called 10,000 Days. Here's the official description:
10,000 days ago Comet 23 struck the Pacific Ocean with the magnitude of all the nuclear weapons in the world. The Beck Family was among the lucky few who survived the heat blast and fire storms. And then the freezing began. The comet had knocked Earth away from the sun; encasing the planet in snow and ice. For those who survived, life was violent and dangerous. The daily battle wasn’t just against the punishing climate but against each other for the basic necessities that meant life or death. Still, the weather was growing colder and the ice was expanding. Villages were being crushed by violent tremors. And then the Becks found an object from the past, buried deep in the ice. And with it came a choice. A choice that could either save them or destroy them.
Normally I would stay away from anything that takes place in ice and snow. I had to check this out because one of my favorite actors, Peter Wingfield, is in it. I've been waiting a long time for this series to get online. I think it has the makings of a good series. Hopefully they'll be releasing new episodes each week.


The first trailer:

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