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Survivors - S01E03

Sci-Fi & Fantasy . Sci-Fi . Drama
 

Abby stumbles across a community that could hold the key to everyone's future. The last surviving member of the government, Samantha Willis, has set up a community that still boasts light, hot water, food, and power. Abby and Samantha hit it off immediately, but Abby's illusions are shattered when she sees the lengths Samantha will go to in order to maintain control of her fledgling community. Meanwhile, Greg and Tom are out searching for supplies when they encounter a family who have successfully sheltered from the virus. When the daughter of the family reaches out to Tom and Greg, they are faced with a terrible dilemma, as any contact with them could kill the family.

 
Episode Title: Episode 3
Airs: 2008-12-02 at 21:00
  • Matt Roush

    Darwinians, take note. Even the fittest don’t have it easy on this show, which is down-to-earth sci-fi at its gritty best.

    TV Guide Magazine Full Review
  • Aubry O'Arminio

    It works—maybe because the group is so likeable, or because writer Adrian Hodges puts so much faith in his main characters (it's nice, for once, to see a work that doesn't fault us for our reliance on technology, but rather shows how easily people can persist without it).

    Slant Magazine Full Review
  • Rob Owen

    The first episode runs two hours and sets up all the characters, their relationships and backgrounds. It presents a serialized show with a lot of potential for growth and interesting plot possibilities, especially considering a scene at the end of the premiere that raises a whole host of questions.

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
  • Brian Lowry

    Survivors isn't great or groundbreaking, but it's a whole lot more than nothing.

    Variety Full Review
  • Ellen Gray

    I found the first episode of "Survivors" incredibly depressing and began to think longingly of rewards challenges and hidden immunity idols. But a subsequent episode, though devoid of tribal councils, did provide enough heart and even occasional flashes of humor to make survival - and the continuation of "Survivors" - seem like a fate considerably better than death.

    Philadelphia Daily News Full Review
  • Keith Staskiewicz

    Imagine the early parts of 28 Days Later stretched out to a feature-length pilot. It's the end for the world as we know it, and I feel bored.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review
  • Aaron Barnhart

    I think “Survivors” is going to have a hard time getting noticed, not just because BBC America is way up there on digital cable, but because the hoopla surrounding the end of “Lost” is unrelenting, and “Survivors” just hasn’t done anything to break through.

    Kansas City Star Full Review
  • Mary McNamara

    Survivors is torn between the desire to go big--it's the literal end of civilization--and small--how would an ordinary person react to the death of everyone he knows? Regrettably Survivors succeeds at neither, getting stuck instead in a blurry bog of middle ground.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review