Netflix’s 1899 fails where Dark succeeded

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[Ed. note: The following contains spoilers for the entirety of 1899 season 1 and Dark.]

I love Dark, the German sci-fi show that nearly broke my brain as I worked overtime (literally) keeping track of its multiple timelines and complicated family tree. While many puzzle-box series lose their luster once everything’s been uncovered, after repeated viewings of the series, my appreciation for Dark never waned. Understandably, my hopes were high for 1899, the follow-up from Dark creators…

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