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Tales from the Loop. Nathaniel Halpern, creator. Simon Stålenhag, scripts. Ellen Rutter, producer. Daniel Zolghadri, Paul Schneider, Rebecca Hall, featured players. Various directors, including Jodie Foster. Philip Glass and Paul Leonard-Morgan, music. Michael Wylie, main production designer. 8 episodes, 50 minutes. USA: 6th & Idaho Productions, Amazon Studios, Fox 21 Television Studios (production) / Amazon Prime Video (distribution), 2020.
TV series, one season, eight episodes so far.
The townspeople who live above "The Loop," a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of the universe, experience things previously consigned to the realm of science fiction.
Storyline on IMDb:
Beneath a small town exists The Loop, a scientific research facility. The townspeople end up experiencing an altered version of reality, where impossible things become possible. Each episode follows one townsperson, or a particular group of townspeople, and their experiences with The Loop. Written by grantss [sic].
Most of the fictional technology and architecture seen in the series is based directly on the artwork from Simon Stalenhag's book. However the scripts called for a few new devices that were not seen in the book. Writer and producer Nathaniel Halpern wanted all of the new technology to match the visual aesthetic of the book, so he asked Stalenhag to consult on all of the production design. Stalenhag even designed some of the props, like George's prosthetic arm, himself.
RDE, Initial compiler, with thanks to IC-R, 25June20 f.