Syfy has released a sneak peek for Aftermath episode 7 “What the Thunder Said” and things just got a whole lot weirder for the Copeland family.
This post contains spoilers for Aftermath episode 7 “What the Thunder Said”
As soon as I got to know about Aftermath I started reviewing it. The premise sounded interesting to me. However, what I wasn’t expecting was how entertaining I would find it to be. It isn’t the greatest show out there but it sure makes for an awesome ride and I don’t want to get off.
Episode 6 titled “Madame Sosostris” revealed a bit about why Earth was going through the apocalypse. Even though we still don’t have answers to a lot of things, the show decided to make things weirder by introducing a monk. Apparently, this new character has the power of reincarnation and can blow things up through sheer willpower (spiritual energy?). Check out the sneak peek!
In a preview released for the upcoming episode, the Copeland family has to deal with an unstable volcano. Judging by the sneak peek’s content, the monk will definitely be playing an important role in the story. The preview also has Karen (Anne Heche) mention walking up an exploding volcano!
— Aftermath (@AftermathTV) November 2, 2016
Episode 7 “What the Thunder Said” will air at 10/9c on both Syfy and Space. It stars Anne Heche, James Tupper, Levi Meaden, Julia Sarah Stone, and Taylor Hickson.
If you haven’t started watching this series I urge that you do. It is a mash-up of different genres. You’ll get to see dragons, man-eating vines, skinwalkers, shapeshifters, falling meteors, water goblins, earthquakes, and much more. I’m not even sure how large the reality of the world the Copelands live in actually is. So, in a sense Aftermath can keep on expanding the scope of the series and due to its overall weird nature it won’t feel out of place.
Are you excited for Aftermath episode 7? What are your thoughts about the monk? Let us know.
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