Watching Utopia in the midst of a pandemic is a surreal experience. That’s because the series was filmed in 2019, before the emergence of COVID-19. Despite this fact, Utopia is mind-bogglingly timely (or untimely according to some) in 2020 as its story revolves around a pandemic, a rush for a vaccine, and a massive conspiracy by a big pharma company.
The nefarious plans of the villains are however thwarted by a ragtag group of nerds who discovered that an underground graphic novel has been predicting the emergence of several viruses through enigmatic symbols. What’s mind-boggling about this story is that the series itself appears to have predicted the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, Utopia depicts a system of mind-controlled slaves carrying out murders and false flag events to advance the villain’s agenda, combined with a whole lot of mass media manipulation and cover-ups.
The series is so close to our reality in 2020 that one cannot help but think: Is Utopia some kind of warning?
Amazon’s Utopia is based on a 2013 UK series of the same name. However, its new iteration was “updated” with a heavy dose of occult elite madness.
However, most mass media critics did not appreciate the plot of this series where “conspiracy theorists” are the heroes.