THEM – Official Teaser | Prime Video

A new series coming to Prime Video on April 9. The Emorys move to Compton, but Palmer Drive isn’t what it seems. From Executive Producers Lena Waithe and Little Marvin – THEM.

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About THEM:
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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36 replies
  1. D Scott
    D Scott says:

    So the neighborhood they chose for the show was little, all-white area in the 50s and 60s, you may have heard of it- COMPTON. I wonder how that turned out…

  2. Demian B
    Demian B says:

    Another person PUSHING a current divide amongst whites and blacks and furthering hate instead of pointing out the past and showing more love and excepting between us

  3. Huney Hwang
    Huney Hwang says:

    Please don’t play those bullsh!t like the end of season 1. As you want us to want them more , I do understand that. So please please please make us want to see more THEM, of how they would deal with the neighbours, how things would go after all those things , how real lives happened to all those people , and how they connect and make a real change nowadays….

  4. Ronald Williams
    Ronald Williams says:

    I just discovered this s*** show not too long ago and I find it to be completely s*** I don't know why in the hell would Amazon put out some mess like this all this is doing is adding fuel to the fire complete shitshow just to stir s*** up even more shaking my head I'm so sick of these people

  5. deadaccount
    deadaccount says:

    Why y’all keep comparing this to “Us” ? They’re nothing alike besides being horror and having a similar title and having the same actress Shahadi Wright Joseph. Other than that they’re not alike??

  6. Michael Joseph
    Michael Joseph says:

    The show was ok., though dark, Overdramatized, and slow paced. It could have been wrapped up to a 6 episodes if it was stitched properly.
    Good acting and cinematography was on point..

  7. BaskenmannZwei
    BaskenmannZwei says:

    Is the intention of this series to hate white people? Because (and I have to say SPOILER here) this black family suffers a fate what can only be described as kafkaesque, without any hope. And the problem always seem to be white people who (almost everyone at least) are so blatantly racist, that it's not subtle in the slightest. All black people in this series are good in their hearts, even if they did bad things, they did it because of racist, white possession. On the other hand almost all white people (with exception of a teacher, who is appearantly subliminal racist, a (supposedly) gay and cowardly man, who is discriminated, and a woman, who is being discrimanted as well (but also part of the problem)). The only controversial "black" man comes out as white, to exaggerate the point, that the skin color is the ultimate problem. I really want to see hard truths on racism, but I'm missing the differentiated view here.
    This is on par with "Passion of the Christ", and I really have to say: Wow.
    Apart from the screenwriting, the actors are great, the atmosphere and the camera work is wonderful (mostly shot anamorphic).

  8. yupperdude1
    yupperdude1 says:

    This show truly messed me up. I don’t think a show has ever brung so much emotion out of me…. It was disturbing as hell but incredible. In the 5 of all time for me, up there with Breaking Bad.

  9. Sierra Mutou
    Sierra Mutou says:

    Was not expecting this show to be as vile and disturbing as it is. Worth the watch if you can handle it. I personally had to turn away from the screen too many times to count.

  10. God
    God says:

    Felt like it could’ve been better without the horror and paranormal non-sense. Tell black people’s story without an unnecessary gimmick. maybe show the psychological toll racism had through hallucinations or nightmares? Great show regardless.


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