Westworld creators’ new show The Peripheral called everything from “dazzling” to “a slog” in first reviews

Critics can’t decide on new Prime Video series The Peripheral, the latest sci-fi offering from Westworld creators Christopher Nolan and Lisa Joy. In its early reviews, the show was called “dazzling” to “a slog” – so if you’re intrigued by this one, this might be the one you’ll need to check out for yourself to really find out what you are going to do it.

Based on the 2014 novel of the same name by William Gibson, The Peripheral was adapted for the screen by Scott B. Smith, while Nolan and Joy served as executive producers. Releasing on the streaming platform today (October 21), it centers on Flynne Fisher (Chloë Grace Moretz), a young woman who stumbles upon a secret connection to an alternate reality – and a dark future all its own too. Katie Leung, JJ Feild, Gary Carr, Julian Moore-Cook, Louis Herthum, T’Nia Miller and Jack Reynor also star.

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