Outcast (2016– ) – TV Series Review Season 1
The Review –
The TV Series Outcast (2016) created by The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman is by far yet another beautiful creation. When the comic started hitting the shelves, people at the shops started telling us that we needed to check out the comics as a show would be coming to Cinemax. Of course we started checking out what we could find, collect the comics and wait for the show.
We started watching the show because so far other than Fear the Walking Dead, everything revolving around The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, etc have turned out to be awesome. Outcast episodes 1-6 of Season 1 are put together nicely and yes you’ll notice the intro does sort of follow the layout of The Walking Dead as if it were duplicated to change imaging and music; but it’s awesome. I love the cast, the story is eerie which is beautiful to me, and the effects are perfectly set. We highly suggest you to check this show out if you’re not already doing so.
Our Rating based on 1-5 Stars: 4.5 stars
Another Great TV Series
Writers: Robert Kirkman
Actors: Philip Glenister, Wrenn Schmidt, David Denman, Patrick Fugit
Release Date: 2016-05-23
IMDB Info –
A young man searches for answers as to why he’s been suffering from supernatural possessions his entire life.
Plot or Story Line –
Kyle Barnes has had a series of misfortunes in his life; his mother would beat him as a child and he was accused of attacking his own daughter. After attending an exorcism in his native town, he is convinced his mother and his wife were possessed and he was not the source of them going bad. He therefore teams up with Reverend Anderson to try and save people that are possessed by demons while putting up with the residents of his town who think he’s bad news and would deserve to be in jail.
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