Monday, January 14, 2019

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON NEW FANTASY SERIES THE PASSAGE WITH MARK PAUL GOSSELAAR BASED ON FAMOUS SF NOVEL TRILOGY

'THE PASSAGE'
 CAN ONE GIRL SAVE HUMANITY?
The new series starts tomorrow evening on Fox
Here is something for you that is starting as soon as next week: new sf series THE PASSAGE will start airing tomorrow, Monday January 14th on Fox loosely based on the famous trilogy of novels by Justin Cronin spanning 1,000 years in the life of Amy Bellafonte, as she moves from being manipulated in a government conspiracy through to protecting mankind in a dystopian vampire future. With the cast led by our favourite Mark Paul Gosselaar, the series will air in ten hourlong episodes.

THE PASSAGE FOCUSES ON 
The series is based on Justin Cronin's novels
Project Noah, a secret medical facility where scientists are experimenting with a dangerous virus that could lead to the cure for all disease, but also carries the potential to wipe out the human race. When a young girl, Amy Bellafonte (Saniyya Sidney), is chosen to be a test subject, Federal Agent Brad Wolgast (Mark Paul Gosselaar) is the man who is tasked with bringing her to Project Noah. Ultimately, however, Wolgast becomes her surrogate father, as he tries to protect her at any cost. Brad and Amy's journey will force them to confront
The book 'The Passage' by Justin Cronin is a 766 page long weighing over 2lbs.
Project Noah's lead scientist, Major Nichole Skyes (Caroline Chikezie), and the hardened ex-CIA operative in charge of operations, Clark Richards (Vincent Piazza), whom Brad trained. It likewise brings them face-to-face
The character of Amy Bellafonte is actually white and not black in the books
with a dangerous new race of beings confined within the walls of Project Noah, including former scientist Tim Fanning (Jamie McShane) and death-row inmate Shauna Babcock (Brianne Howey). In seeking out any allies he can
Vincent Piazza and McKinley Belcher are part of the supporting cast
find, Brad also turns to his former wife, Dr. Lila Kyle (Emmanuelle Chriqui), for help. But as Project Noah's scientists home in on a cure that could save humanity, these new beings begin to test their own powers, inching one step closer to an escape that could lead to an unimaginable apocalypse.

10 comments:

  1. Ugh. I'm getting sick of science fiction.

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    1. that is why you won't be prepared when the vampires come, missy

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  2. I have the books but haven't started them yet!

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  3. The title 'the Passage' reminds me of a well-known saying 'Life is a journey (passage)not a destination'.
    The journey here is the experiments with the dangerous virus that will perhaps lead to a cure to all diseases (the desired destination).

    Love the girl's outfit.

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    1. sad they met the vampires along that passage....

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  4. As much as we love Mark Paul, I think this one will be a pass for me. I'm with Debra on being so sick of all of this Sci Fi popping up lately.

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    1. I will avoid this one too, it is too procedural for me, but I do ever so adore Mark Paul. I also do not appreciate the blackwashing of the little girl. Those things should work both ways.

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    2. Those things should work both ways, but we are living in times where it's offensive to be white, so this isn't the last of it. It's like when people were up in arms with Target because their ad ran a white girl wearing "Annie" clothes when the movie came out. I guess people forgot that the original Annie was a little red headed white girl. As long as we keep letting liberals get away with their ridiculousness, it will just continue.

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    3. it will get worse and worse! Yesterday they saw Trump in a Kinder Surprise Egg! Evil minds see evil where they want to.

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