‘Colony,’ Season One: Pilot (2016) – Dystopian Romance (and Adventure!) For Adults

January 19, 2016 2 Comments

USA Network has long been one of my must watch networks for TV shows. I’ve seen several from them, loved 99% and detested one in particular. This year, one of their new shows revolves around a dystopian principle. Only this time it’s the adults this one aims for rather than the YA genre.

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‘Colony,’ Season One: Pilot (2016) - Dystopian Romance (and Adventure!) For Adults. Review of Colony Season One Pilot with Josh Holloway. Text © Rissi JC

Last week, I reviewed the pilot over on Silver Petticoat and intended to share it here, only to forget. Tonight I thought I’d remedy that by sharing it here with you. If you’re curious about the show, let me know what is inspiring you to tune in or if you’ve seen it, share what you thought of the pilot. It does intrigue enough to tune into another episode before deciding to stick with it; or as Elsa would sing, “let it go.”

*begins singing*

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You can find Colony season one pilot digitally on Amazon Video.

What’s your thoughts on this USA Network pilot? Are you curious or its it a no-go? Add your comments below or click the link and chat with us on Silver Petticoat!

Colony Season One Pilot – USA’s Intriguing and Romantic Dystopia for Adults

‘Colony,’ Season One: Pilot (2016) - Dystopian Romance (and Adventure!) For Adults. Review of Colony Season One Pilot with Josh Holloway. Text © Rissi JC

Typically, when I think dystopian, I associate the world with that of the young adult books genre and their film adaptations. This is why watching something that has a definite adult angle, yet is set in that type of world was curious. Casting familiar TV face, Josh Holloway, USA Network premiered a new show for the 2016 midseason called Colony. Stepping inside its world is exhilarating yet terrifying. Continue Reading on Silver Petticoat ➔

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amateur photog. #bookblogger. downton abbey. inspys. internet-photo-shy. writer. the aspiration is to someday write professionally. a girl can dream, right?

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  • D Johnson January 19, 2016 at 6:46 pm

    Yes! I love this one too!

    • Rissi January 21, 2016 at 12:51 am

      It's likely to become a new TV addiction. :D

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