The End of 1899 Explained: Netflix Viewers Praise New Mystery Series — But Have One Complaint

Netflix viewers have praised the new mystery series 1899.

Set in 1899, the series tells the story of a group of migrants traveling by steamship Kerberos who stumble upon a dark and puzzling secret.

The Independent‘s Jacob Stolworthy described the series as “by far the most complex series out there right now” and “a show destined to confound … for those with a taste for mystery layered on mystery, it will seduce you.” lure with hook, line and sinker”.

However, during 1899 has become a real word-of-mouth success for the streaming service, many viewers have complained on social media that the series is “too confusing.”

“1899 is the worst series I hated every second. I was so angry it was so confusing it never made sense you should actually check it out,” one person joked.

Another wrote: “1899 it might not look that complicated Dark, [the previous series from the same creators]but doesn’t mean it’s any less confusing than Dark with tons of references and puzzle pieces strewn about the show; Symbols, names, mythology, neuroscience, computational physics, philosophy, numerology… it’s just wild.”

1899 had to be the most confusing series I’ve seen in a long time,” wrote another.

1899 is now available to stream on Netflix

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“The show 1899 on Netflix is ​​maybe the most confusing mindf*** show I’ve ever seen… and it’s so good I can’t stop watching it,” gushed another viewer.

While many people simply had trouble following the series’ various twists and turns, others may have a more technical reason for their confusion. fans of 1899 have advised others to ensure that a specific Netflix feature is turned off for best enjoyment of the series.

Viewers have also questioned the connection between the show and Dark.

1899 is now available to stream on Netflix.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/1899-netflix-what-happened-ending-explained-b2234129.html The End of 1899 Explained: Netflix Viewers Praise New Mystery Series — But Have One Complaint

JOE HERNANDEZ

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