Lucky’s Story Comes to Life with Deborah Ayorinde – THEM | Prime Video

Series regular Deborah Ayorinde shares her experience in creating difficult and pivotal moments from Season 1, Episode 5.

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THEM is a limited anthology series that explores terror in America. The first season, 1950s-set COVENANT centers around a Black family who move from North Carolina to an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood during the period known as The Great Migration. The family’s idyllic home becomes ground zero where malevolent forces, next door and otherworldly, threaten to taunt, ravage and destroy them.

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20 replies
  1. John G.
    John G. says:

    The guy working for the military subcontractor should have started going through all the files (or as many as he could get access to) and start selling classified or important technical information to the Russians and Chinese.

    I mean they're going to artificially limit how far he can get and harass his family, might as well get a couple of bucks for it. Every time his family suffers harassment that's another secret sold to America's enemies.

    I would go in there smiling all the while selling as many secrets as I could, they could harass me all they want and I would just laugh.

  2. Michaela Caleb
    Michaela Caleb says:

    This was probably the most disturbing show I’ve ever watched. Like I couldn’t even finish it to the end , it just progressively got more traumatizing as the episodes went on. It’s just too dark.

  3. Henry Miner
    Henry Miner says:

    Where was the redemption from this hell? When I see a black narrative with this much darkness I want redemption. I’m still traumatize form seeing this. Some people compare it to Love Craft County but I feel that there was a positive message over all in that series. This needed a light at the end of the tunnel. One that reflects that you can overcome great obstacles. Obviously in life there are wrongs that never see justice. As fare as the narrative goes they definitely dropped the ball. The actors where amazing. The production and characters where exceptional. Give it purpose. I don’t know one person who ever lived who doesn’t know trauma.

  4. Leah Carr
    Leah Carr says:

    I just don't understand why they make movies like this soo evil… so disgusting about baby dying like that I never seen this movie I can't because of short films I see on TicTok , it's so sad Evil


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