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La Brea

When a massive sinkhole mysteriously opens in Los Angeles, it tears a family in half, separating mother and son from father and daughter. When part of the family find themselves in an unexplainable primeval world, alongside a disparate group of strangers, they must work to survive and uncover the mystery of where they are and if there is a way back home.

Show Info

Aired on:

NBC, US

Runtime:

42 min.

Status:

Canceled/Ended

Created by:

Rating:

3.57/5 (123 ratings)

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Forum | Official | IMDb | TheTVDB

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Premiered:

2021

Ended:

2024

Episodes:

30

Watchlists:

5,623

Episodes Guide and Summaries

Cast

as Gavin Harris
as Izzy Harris
as Ty Coleman
as Scott Israni
as Dr. Sam Velez
as Lucas Hayes
as Riley Velez
as Veronica Castillo
as Eve Harris

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I only just now finished the final episode, and yes, I enjoyed it. I liked the conclusions.
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BingeWatcher415 said:


Anybody else watching and enjoying the show despite it ending too soon?


Yes I'm watching, no I'm not enjoying, and no it's not ending too soon :)
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Just watched S03E05 - really well done! The story line picked up the pace and got very interesting!

Went to https://www.nbc.com/nbc-insider/show/la-brea and found out that sadly, this is 3rd and final season. Next week is S03E06 and the series finale. I really don't want the show to end.

I wish it would continue for a few more seasons so we could see the time travel technology exploited instead of the show being tied up neatly in the final episode. Think of the fun they would have using time travel to create chaos and havoc to the timeline and history as we know it. The premise of building fighter jets with time travel tech to go back in time and win wars that were lost would be a game changer. Even more interesting is the fact that Maya plans to sell the tech to the highest bidder opens up a myriad of sinister scenarios that will now not be esplored.

Anybody else watching and enjoying the show despite it ending too soon?
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During the 2'nd season I started to get the feeling like it's some soap opera with touch of sci-fi and now half way into 3rd it only deepens.
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I am loving Season 2. I watch for entertainment value.
Killing, drama, suspense, sinister plot, romance, time jumps, the 80s.
What's not to love? ;) :P ;)

I watch for entertainment value and I am very entertained. Considering they had to film during Covid-19 challenges and restrictions, I am impressed by the show.
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g371 said:
I think one guy in IMDB review summed up perfectly: "Sometimes, I'm in the mood for some NBC trash."

:D

These days, I prefer to watch nothing instead of trash. :)
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I think one guy in IMDB review summed up perfectly: "Sometimes, I'm in the mood for some NBC trash.". Great for a background noise, not that you will lose anything if you will miss a half of it. Love the Fear the Walking Dead approach of explaining things: "it does not matter" - don't think about it, we know as well it's a massive plot hole :D
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Phenjamin said:


Thanks. Now this is going to bug me too ;)


Ha! Welcome to my, focusing on minute unimportant details, brain.
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Phenjamin said:
EDIT: I thought about this for a bit and I see what you were saying. Even if the buildings and roads were broken up, there would still be a literal mountain of debris.

THIS! It has bothered me from the beginning... tons of sand/ dirt should be visible, but not one bit is. Ah well, it's a cheap show after all. :)
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imadsani said:
*sigh* while the latest episode was gripping, I started to focus on the set in 10kBC, who decided how much of the landmass would make it through the phenomena? why did portions of the land masses(buildings, roads, cars etc) but the humans made it through in full, no half cut humans or limbs?


I'm assuming that roads and buildings just broke apart when falling into the sink hole. Humans, well, they should have just went *splat* when hitting the ground. Maybe a bunch did, and the ones left alive are just the few that somehow survived.

I mean a giant sink hole opened up in LA. You'd think a 10's or even 100's of thousand people would be involved, so the odd 100 or so that we see might be all that's left. Or maybe there are different groups scattered around or that went to another time slightly in the past or future from our group.

Just keep watching to find out I guess. As for myself, I'm enjoying the show. I can overlook bad acting and bad CGI if the story is consistent and well written (for right now I'll give this a "well ENOUGH written story" and just have fun with it.

EDIT: I thought about this for a bit and I see what you were saying. Even if the buildings and roads were broken up, there would still be a literal mountain of debris. Maybe the rift filters out most of the non organic stuff? Or it somehow only lets inorganic stuff (like cars) through if organic material was in close proximity?

Thanks. Now this is going to bug me too ;)