Have you met Midge Maisel? If you haven’t, you should. Kind of almost very nearly not married anymore, Midge is as much of a modern day woman as it’s possible to be in the 1950’s. With parents who live within a tight rule based system, you’d think that she would know how to follow the rules. But Midge takes the rules around her, uses them to bend others to her will, (post roast as a bribe) and when it suits, she tosses them out the window. Everything in Midge Maisel’s world bows to her will at some point or another.
Episode three takes us halfway through National Geographic’s Mars, a blend of science and science fiction that spans two planets and the space between. Challenges are contrasted and compared between the future of the human race here on earth as well as the possibility of relocating to the planet next door.
Mars is where fiction and reality collide. National Geographic takes viewers on a journey tackling our planet’s challenges and the possible necessity to relocate to our red neighbor.
In Mars, National Geographic takes a unique look at our red neighbor, blending science, science fiction, and the difficulties surrounding colonizing the planet. The scientist/explorer crew of the ship Deadalus have mostly acclimated to their life on Mars and have established a colony—Olympus Town—as they study potential life in microbe form.
Well this season certainly isn’t backing down or shying away from anything. Episode one started out with a massive bang and didn’t slow down. Episode two, Do No Harm, followed in those same footsteps.