Them: Season 1

Them: Season 1

Them: Season 1

In this 10-episode horror series, a Black American family moves into a seemingly idyllic house in an all-white neighbourhood. But when malevolent forces appear, their new home turns into a living nightmare.

2021USAPrime Video
HorrorHistorical

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
9 April 2021

Episode 1

Welcome to Compton.

EPISODE 1.2
9 April 2021

Episode 2

Henry goes to work. Ruby goes to school. Lucky and Gracie go to the hardware store. Lucky bakes a pie.

EPISODE 1.3
9 April 2021

Episode 3

Henry surprises the girls. Lucky goes to Hazel’s. Betty makes an impression. Lucky takes the bus.

EPISODE 1.4
9 April 2021

Episode 4

Lucky visits Helen. Henry gets good news. Ruby and Doris share a secret. Lucky meets Ella Mae.

EPISODE 1.5
9 April 2021

Episode 5

Helen goes to work. The Emorys leave North Carolina.

EPISODE 1.6
9 April 2021

Episode 6

Lucky does Gracie’s hair. Henry has a beer with a new friend. Ruby tries out. Betty phones a friend.

EPISODE 1.7
9 April 2021

Episode 7

Henry goes for a walk. Betty visits George. Hazel visits Lucky. Henry makes a discovery.

EPISODE 1.8
9 April 2021

Episode 8

Marty and Earl have a chat. George makes chicken dinner. Henry and the girls come home.

EPISODE 1.9
9 April 2021

Episode 9

Welcome to Eidolon.

EPISODE 1.10
9 April 2021

Episode 10

The house on Palmer Drive.

Them: Season 1 / Reviews

IndieWire

IndieWire

The first two episodes of “Them” do a solid job of setting the stage and leaving enough questions unanswered to keep the viewer hooked.

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Decider

Decider

Truly great bit of horror wrapped around a biting commentary about American racism.

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Collider

Collider

While the violence is challenging, it’s not necessarily exploitative in its treatment.

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Bloody Disgusting

Bloody Disgusting

Doesn't waste a second plunging viewers straight into an intense pressure cooker with no release valve.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

A series of beautifully visualised ugliness, which is engaging to watch but only in small doses...

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Financial Times

Financial Times

Fruit pies have never looked so sinister.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Among its many frustrating elements, it brings up larger questions as to when reflective trauma in horror simply becomes a part of the style, despite the grave emotional context.

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Them: Season 1 / Trailers