Cleverman Reviews & Ratings

Wednesdays, 10:00 PM ET on Sundance

60 minutes

In the near future, a group of non-humans battle for survival in a world where humans feel increasingly inferior to them and want to silence, exploit, and kill them.
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Jun 10, 2018 11:58AM EDT
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Cleverman started out in the first season to O.K., but started getting a little weird and ridiculous. Wasn't the show for me anymore. Stopped watching

Cleverman started out in the first season to O.K., but started getting a little weird and ridiculous. Wasn't the show for me anymore. Stopped watching

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Feb 6, 2017 1:21PM EST
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S1E4: Just not intriguing me enough to continue.

S1E4: Just not intriguing me enough to continue.

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Jul 8, 2016 7:15PM EDT
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MORE. I WANT MORE. And so should any viewer of today's boring TV. Unique concept with compelling characters, spiritual and moral questions, and mystical/metaphysical truth are delivered via CLEVERMAN. Amidst waaay too many dystopian-apocalyptic-zombies, stupid sitcoms, and reality shows, comes a little gem from Aussie/New Zealand origins. Short season's finale leaves you craving to see what's next. It isn't beyond cliché Hollywood good vs evil formula, but having several Aboriginal and Maury friends myself... I'd rather observe their cultural myths over our Kanye /Kardasian idiocy.

MORE. I WANT MORE. And so should any viewer of today's boring TV. Unique concept with compelling characters, spiritual and moral questions, and mystical/metaphysical truth are delivered via CLEVERMAN. Amidst waaay too many dystopian-apocalyptic-zombies, stupid sitcoms, and reality shows, comes a little gem from Aussie/New Zealand origins. Short season's finale leaves you craving to see what's next. It isn't beyond cliché Hollywood good vs evil formula, but having several Aboriginal and Maury friends myself... I'd rather observe their cultural myths over our Kanye /Kardasian idiocy.