- Jan 5, 2014
We have some images for the series, which premieres October 22.
Looks like it could be fun .We have some images for the series, which premieres October 22.
And in a time where more and more people are crazy enough to believe in things like "The Deep State", this is rather problematic. You know what should have been made, instead - if we must diginfy the existence of this otherwise proven fake concept of something among us secretly controlling us all? A show about people working to take said thing down, honestly.
Scoff at that idea all you want - too many jerks on the net when I put it out there already have by now. Whatever to those haters; Still better than watching this show try and FAIL to be funny with overuse of pop culture refs and/or making overdone political social statements to excuse weak writing and characters, overall, like oh way too many shows like and before it, that is.
Dear god, I pity the people who have to translate this series... You cannot phantom how hard that must be. In Dutch we don't have terms for all of these conspiracy theories, so "deep state" would be translated as "een samenzweringstheorie die zegt dat een kleine groep machtige mensen de Amerikaanse verkiezingen bepaalt".
Same in the Dutch subtitles. I don't mind English words in Dutch but nobody hear uses these terms.
Well at least she ain't listening to Alex Jones. Nobody needs to be listening to that old fool ever, honestly. Too bad too many people do, unfortunately. Even when they shouldn't - simply because Jones doesn't believe what he says/preaches like these guys otherwise likely do (which is not just logical, but essential, if you're gonna indulge in such discussion at all.).Oh sure, it loses its cultural context outside of its original language. The Deep State seems to me like a new phrase, only coming into being in 2015. The show runner Shion Takeuchi became interested in conspiracy stuff by listening to a paranormal radio show called "Coast to Coast AM", which is niche in the US and completely unknown everywhere else, except maybe Canada:
'Inside Job' showrunner Shion Takeuchi realized the creative potential of conspiracy theories when the idea of a shadow government became comforting.www.google.com