Scottsdale, Arizona – It seems like yesterday that global reality show “Covid” was launched and was immediately met with global success. The plot had all the features to be the sensation of XXI Century entertainment: A global threat, mysterious dictatorships hiding the truth, and the hope for a cure that would save all.
The second season looked as if the world had finally found a solution: get a vaccine and go happy. Still, them scriptwriter folks decided that we needed some new heel and they came up with “anti-vaxxers”. These guys oppose vaccination because “their cousin told them so” or they heard it from some bearded man on a Twitch live from a basement in the suburbs of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
“What do you have against beareded men talking live on Twitch from basement in the suburbs of Chattanooga, Tennessee?” asks Curtis Dalton, a beareded men talking live on Twitch from basement in the suburbs of Chattanooga, Tennessee. “We beareded men talking live on Twitch from basement in the suburbs of Chattanooga, Tennessee, actually know the truth”.
It seems nevertheless that “Covid” is running out of imagination, as the third season appears to be nothing more than a revamp of old ideas. You have to stay home, you get depressed working at your desk, you start believing that your life is miserable (it’s not, trust The Serpopard!) and then you end up divorcing. We’ve seen it all.
“Possibly, this is going to be the last season” claims Martina Little, series critic at the Hollywood reporter. “This show had started as if it wanted to match the success of Lost and it ended up like Cats. It would have taken much less effort – see stupid series Squid Game. Plus, that Omnicrom title is rock stupid and no one understands what it means”.
“Covid season III – Omnicrom” runs all the time in all the world and requires an irregular subscription that can be paid in the form of tests.