If you missed my article on The Bureau Of Magical Things, you can find it here.
~Spoiler Alert~ For people who have not seen this, I cover some things you may consider spoilers.
V-Wars is way different than The Bureau. The premise of the show is a war between vampires (known as the Bloods in the show) and humans. It came out in 2019 on Netflix and is only one season long so far. At this point, I doubt there will be any following seasons. The two main characters are Dr. Luther Swann, played by Ian Somerhalder, and Michael Fayne, played by Adrian Holmes.
The show uses ice in one of the poles as a start to this show. Swann and Fayne go to check out why the scientist there is not communicating, only to find it empty of humans and get infected by an unknown organic contamination in the air. Something from the ice is a terrible thing. Both men are infected. One heals and is normal (Swann), and one barely gets sick and is changed (Fayne). Fayne didn’t know it at first until the hunger kicked in.
Fayne is patient zero and was not bitten by a vampire to be made a vampire. It was the contamination in the ice known as prions. Swann calls this a disease and wants to cure them. Fayne decides they are the next in the evolution process. As Michael accidentally infects others with prions, people start changing before he realizes what is happening. Not everyone, just some. As you can imagine, the government gets involved.
Like I said, the show is only one season, but my hubby and I are hooked. We are on episode six and are eager to get to the end. Since it is on Netflix, it is only ten episodes long. The episode range from thirty-six minutes to fifty-six. They aren’t consistent in length but pack a whole lot of drama and excitement into each episode. Then, of course, you want to know what happens next.
So the answer to the question, “Would Andie watch it?” is a yes, I would. Have you watched it? What are your thoughts on it? I hope I have enticed you to try it. You won’t regret it. Until next time, have fun storming the castle!