The Midnight Gospel: Season 1

The Midnight Gospel: Season 1

The Midnight Gospel: Season 1

Comedian Duncan Trussell and the creator of Adventure Time combine for this buzzy Netflix animated fantasy series for adults, following a "space-caster" who uses a multiverse simulator to visit incomprehensible realms and answer questions about life, death, and everything in between.

2020USANetflix
AnimatedComedyFantasyScience Fiction
Creator:
Pendleton Ward ('Adventure Time', 'Bravest Warriors')Duncan Trussell
Cast:
Duncan TrussellPhil HendrieDrew Pinsky
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Collider

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While the combination of creative talent behind the scenes is a winner, this new series is likely only going to appeal to the Adult Swim crowd. Your mile(high)age may vary.

2.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

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If Ram Dass had made the Simpsons, this is probably what it would have looked like.

4.0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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Like “Adventure Time,” but more explicitly, it takes an interest in matters of birth, death, rebirth, transfiguration. Death especially, though this provides for some of the series’ most peaceful sequences.

IndieWire

IndieWire

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“The Midnight Gospel” brings that same notion to ambitious new heights, shedding the pretense of a “children’s show” that sometimes hindered the reach of “Adventure Time” and chases big ideas right out of the gate. It’s mind-blowing in the best possible way.

Collider

Collider

press

While the combination of creative talent behind the scenes is a winner, this new series is likely only going to appeal to the Adult Swim crowd. Your mile(high)age may vary.

2.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

If Ram Dass had made the Simpsons, this is probably what it would have looked like.

4.0
Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

Like “Adventure Time,” but more explicitly, it takes an interest in matters of birth, death, rebirth, transfiguration. Death especially, though this provides for some of the series’ most peaceful sequences.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

“The Midnight Gospel” brings that same notion to ambitious new heights, shedding the pretense of a “children’s show” that sometimes hindered the reach of “Adventure Time” and chases big ideas right out of the gate. It’s mind-blowing in the best possible way.

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