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A young man wakes up from a 12 year coma to discover new abilities that come to propel him into the middle of a dangerous conspiracy.


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Series cast summary:
Burkely Duffield ...  Holden Matthews / ... 21 episodes, 2016-2018
Dilan Gwyn ...  Willa / ... 21 episodes, 2016-2018
Jonathan Whitesell ...  Luke Matthews / ... 21 episodes, 2016-2018
Michael McGrady ...  Tom Matthews / ... 21 episodes, 2016-2018
Romy Rosemont ...  Diane Matthews / ... 21 episodes, 2016-2018
Jeff Pierre ...  Jeff McArdle / ... 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Peter Kelamis ...  The Man in the Yellow Jacket / ... 18 episodes, 2016-2018
Alex Diakun ...  Arthur 17 episodes, 2016-2018
Eden Brolin ...  Charlie / ... 16 episodes, 2017-2018
Chad Willett ...  Pastor Ian 14 episodes, 2017-2018
Erika Alexander ...  Tess Shoemacher 13 episodes, 2017-2018
Patrick Sabongui ...  Daniel 11 episodes, 2017-2018
Toby Levins ...  Sheriff Dayton 9 episodes, 2016-2018
Parveen Kaur Parveen Kaur ...  Christine 9 episodes, 2016-2018


A young man wakes up from a 12 year coma to discover new abilities that come to propel him into the middle of a dangerous conspiracy.

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Actors Dylan Schmid and Dean Petriw, who play the younger brothers (Holden and Luke) in the series, both played a younger version of Baelfire (Rumpelstiltskin's son) from Once Upon A Time. See more »

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Enjoyable nonsense
3 January 2017 | by jaonealSee all my reviews

I found this show enjoyable and it pulled me in. It has some good actors and some very well done scenes (I was particularly impressed by Eden Brolin- -it seems the Brolins may be getting better with each generation.) However, you must suspend disbelief almost entirely, as the show's plot really doesn't stand up to any sort of analysis.

Like many of the other early reviews here, I binge watched this series over the New Years holiday.

I went into 'Beyond' thinking it was likely campy, breezy, sci-fi with an eye toward a YA demographic (similar to Freeform's 'Shadowhunters', a guilty pleasure if you're in the right mood).

However, this show takes itself more seriously-the violence in the early episodes is much more realistic. As is the bickering that goes on in the lead character's family. Additionally, there are more serious background themes present here concerning the exploitation of grief by religion and commerce, as well as the common experience of PTSD by former soldiers. Heady stuff, for this kind of show. That this show takes itself more seriously, however, is not really a good reason to watch it. The early episode violence is gratuitous, to the point that it doesn't even make sense by the end of the series; and the background issues remain firmly in the background.

The central conceit of the show is that after recovering from a 12-year coma, the lead character Holden is plagued by mysterious visions, supernatural experiences, recruitment attempts by bizarre cultists, as well as the attention of a beautiful and mysterious woman who wants to help protect him from all of these other things.

With each episode, more memories from Holden's time in his coma are revealed. Whether these memories are dreams, near-death experiences, or actual memories of time spent in purely spiritual world slowly becomes clearer over the course of the episodes. The way in which Holden's memories are revealed, and their relation to the cult and his mysterious guardian are what pulls you into the story. Along the way, there are also some really well done bits concerning Holden's romance with another coma victim, as well the appearance of random characters, such as a movie obsessed pharmacist, that make the unfolding of Holden's story rather more enjoyable than it probably ought to be.

By the end, frankly, none of it makes a damn bit of sense, making a scene from Holden's middle episodes romance all the more foretelling. In that scene, after catching a fish with his paramour, he lets it go, much to her amazement-the moral being that it is about the effort/journey, not the result/destination. As long as you keep that in mind, and don't bother trying to make sense of the series as a whole, 'Beyond' is an enjoyable ride.

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