Meh. I don’t need another police procedural in a fish bowl. Ugh.
I began to suspect something was extremely fishy within the first couple of minutes.
If it was really early 1960s, then the examining doctor would not be wearing blue latex gloves.
Once we the audience ‘knew’ Ascension was a spaceship, my first thought was the microgravity problem. No spinning section yet people are walking around and using elevators like it’s a skyscraper.
And when a prisoner is locked in a cell it included a very modern shiny stainless steel sink and toilet combo.
The ‘Big Reveal’ arrived in the last minute, and sealed my dislike for this show.
Where are the explorers and scientists?
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Update Mid-Afternoon: And this show gets negative marks for the role of women in this ‘society.’ I find it extremely hard to believe that a society would be so locked in time (early to mid 60s) and not change little if any in fifty years. For better or worse, some change would occur. And there would be considerable wear and tear on the physical media: books, magnetic tape, film, vinyl, etc. Most spaceship environments are also quite damp, which would have caused mold and mildew issues. I wonder home many cathode ray tubes had to be provisioned as well as vacuum tubes.