Monday, September 28, 2020

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON SOULMATES UNIQUE NEW SF SERIES THAT STARTS NEXT MONTH ON AMC WITH NEW CAST IN EACH EPISODE

SOULMATES TV SERIES
STARTING NEXT MONTH AT AMC
If sometimes you would like to watch a certain show but you do not because the cast gets on your nerves, AMC has a solution for you as their new six part
The series starts October 5th!
series SOULMATES, starting Monday, October 5th, will have a new set of actors in each new episode! This anthology series will wryly examine the nature of romantic love, written by Emmy Award winner Will Bridges (Black Mirror).
 
     Soulmates is set 15 years into the future, when science has made a discovery that changes the lives of everyone on the planet – a test that unequivocally tells you who your soulmate is. In a first-ever format for AMC, each of the six episodes will feature a different cast and explore an entirely new story around discovering (or opting not to discover) the results of this new test and the impact of those results on a myriad of relationships.

WHO WILL PLAY THE SOULMATES?
In one of the episodes, Malin Akerman will play Martha, who has bounced from bad relationship to bad relationship, but is now putting her trust in the test and a church, which helps those whose soulmates have already passed on.
The series will deal with the cost of finding true love
In the same episode, Charlie Heaton will play big hearted Kurt, who is lost after the discovery that his soulmate is dead and finds faith and opportunity in the arms of the same church. Joe Anderson will portray Travis, a
The story of the series is set 15 years into the future
heartbroken, suicidal man, who is isolated from his family and wants to be forgiven; and Steven Mackintosh will play Brother Samson, who is spreading a message of a hopeful future to all his flock, imbuing them with peace and the understanding that they are all worthy of love. In a later
The series comes from Stranger Things author Will Bridges
episode, Betsy Brandt will play Caitlin, a pushover who, after discovering her soulmate, starts to finally stand up for herself. Joining Brandt are JJ Feild as Nathan, who has a dark side and decides to share it when he meets his match Caitlin; and Tom Goodman Hill, as Doug, Caitlin’s dependable
AMC will air the series in six episodes on Monday nights
and dependably unromantic boyfriend. Sarah Snook plays Nikki, a suburbanite mother tortured by the growing suspicion that her life’s happiness lies with her soulmate and not with her husband of 15 years. David Costabile is David, a charming and well-respected Ivy League professor whose world is turned upside down when his soulmate, Allison (Sonya Cassidy) walks into his life unexpectedly.

6 comments:

  1. This is an interesting concept. Would you take the test? I probably would have if it was before my kids were born.

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    1. I would because I don't believe anyone would ever agree to be my partner, let alone my soulmate. I'd like to see who the poor bastard is, probably someone blind and halfdead.

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  2. Aw, Dezzie, that makes me sad.

    But life is what we make of it. Have been married twice (my first husband died when I was 26), I don't like the idea of a soulmate--just one person you can be happy with.

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    1. Sorry to hear about the first husband, dear, that must have been terribly hard.

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  3. I've never even been picked to donate marrow though I've been on the list for over 15 years. I'd probably never find my soul mate if it follows those same odds.

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    1. What? I thought Jason Dearest is your soulmate! He is ever so sweet and dear, the same as you, and you even look good physically together. You is two cute pumpkins :)

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)