More Stupid TV Shows Based on Stupid Interpretations of Scripture and History

In a nutshell: Carter (Max Thierot) is an astrophysicist whose estranged father dies while trying to assassinate a U.S. senator who’s probably our next President. And then Carter finds out that he’s the only person on Earth who can stop the rise of the Antichrist. He meets a secret Council, led by Mr. Arnim (Space: 1999’s Martin Landau), who have a copy of the Devil’s Bible (or Codex Gigas.) And Carter discovers that his father led a double life, including a secret apartment that’s full of religious artifacts and conspiracy crap, and his dad may have lied about what happened to his mom. But sinister federal agents are harassing Carter, because of his dad’s attempted assassination. Meanwhile, Carter’s rugby coach is mad that he’s giving up rugby, in a subplot that will probably dropped pretty fast….

…..They all sit around and talk about the rise of the third Antichrist — and show off proof that Hitler was the second Antichrist. But the most compelling character is probably the villain, Senator Teras, who’s folksy and cute and full of lovable sayings… and totally evil.

via What’s Next on TV? The Lowdown on 6 Pilots Now Filming.

Oh good…

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