Jan 15, 2013 · As a snapshot of current society, Utopia dexterously mitigates the mediagenic compulsion to sensationalize, by employing a sublime cast and writing crew. From apathy and sociopathic detachment, to metaphysical dread and even humor, the show is a vivid mosaic of psychological dissonance and societal decay. Utopia is tailor-made for the cynical.
Utopia creates its own genre. If I come up with A meets B meets C, I have to go on till Z and still not capture what it does. Let me start by describing those little things that are rarely noticed in any TV series.
Utopia (2013–2014) is a British thriller-drama action television series, that aired on Channel 4, about a small group of people who find themselves in possession of the manuscript sequel of a cult graphic novel called The Utopia Experiments, which is rumored to have predicted the worst disasters of the last century.This leads them to be targeted by an organization known as The Network, which
Utopia is a British drama and thriller TV series, produced and broadcast by Channel 4 between 2013 – 2014. Strikingly original and oppressively dark, this series was claimed to be ‘channel defining’ and lived up to the hype, winning numerous international awards and becoming a …