We’ve known since last fall about the planned TV show based on The Purge, the series of films that imagine an America that allows, encourages, and delights in one night per year of lawless anarchy and violence. We now have an even better idea of how that concept will translate to the small screen. Long story short: it…
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You know how, in the universe of The Purge movies, all laws are suspended for one day a year as some sort of insane plan to fix the country? Well, a Purge TV show is in the works that will turn this yearly event into a weekly one.
The success of The Purge movies has only reinforced the message of The Purge: that we are all terrible people who enjoy watching terrible things happen to other humans. Congratulations!
Hit flick The Purge asked what U.S. citizens might do during a 12-hour span in which all actions are legal. But a similar – albeit illegal – event occurs annually in cities across the world. Detroit plays home to the largest concentration of chaos on the night before Halloween, an evening known as Devil's Night.
In The Purge, a suburban family is put through hell because right wingers came up with a plan to eliminate the poor and the sick. And we all come face to face with how broken the American dream really is. Yadda yadda. Basically, it's like this year's Atlas Shrugged or Now: a clunky and implausible political screed in…
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