The most recent addition to the growing stable of supernatural television shows, Pagalworld is a spin off from the popular Italian TV show, The Pagani. The premise behind Pagalworld is that the planet of Paglia was once a thriving society ruled by the gods, but because of their lack of attention and divine intervention, these deities were transformed into demons. With the help of an occultist, an ordinary person on earth can now transform into a demon and start his or her own business in the world of Paglia. Although this show may sound like it’s out of the ordinary, it actually blends perfectly with other supernatural genres such as Supernatural and Glee.
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The story follows four friends who decide to buy an apartment in Paglia after being told that it is an ideal place for newlyweds to begin their journey in becoming demons. The four main characters – Cori, Bebek, Florian bandanna – manage to get themselves hired as room-rentals, with the understanding that they will be responsible for the well-being of each other and the local neighborhood. However, when a rash of strange incidents begins to take place, the group finds itself at the center of a complex, decades-old conspiracy that may have deadly consequences for those involved.
One of the things I love about Pagalworld is its focus on family dynamics, particularly between its three main characters. Cori, the mother of the four children, tries to maintain order and faith in everyone around her, while her husband tries to support her. Bebek, the father, tries to support his wife, while Florian bandanna, her two closest friends, try to convince her to go on with her relationship with the resident priest. The conflict within the group almost comes to a head when Cori realizes that she cannot follow her heart anymore and must change her path and live her life according to what is right and proper…
Unlike many supernatural television shows, Pagalworld maintains a clear plot line throughout each episode, yet manages to keep the momentum going throughout. The pace is steady and consistent, despite the fact that each of the main characters has several episodes to build up before they can begin another. The constant build-up of tension between the parents and their daughter adds much to the overall atmosphere of the show. I especially enjoyed how Bebek and Cori argue, both in regards to the marriage, but also when it comes to their own personal relationships. Both parents clearly fall far short of how they should act towards each other, leading to endless arguments that at times seem to reach a boiling point.
What makes Pagalworld so successful as a supernatural soap opera is how committed the actors and actresses are to playing out these conflicts, which are primarily thrust upon them by the director. None of the actors’ characters, and especially the parents, ever resort to violence, and yet the overall tone of the show are far from melodramatic. It never feels like the show is taking over the characters’ stories for no reason, and the actors never resort to over-the-top acting. In fact, the acting in this series is so good, that I sometimes found myself forgetting that the lead characters in this story exist in the real world. There is a subtlety to the way that this soap opera is written, and that helps it remain true to its subject matter.
What I also appreciated about the show was how realistic it was. Although there are supernatural elements, the show never resorts to beating around the bush or implausibility. The writers never try to make the reader believe that things simply couldn’t possibly be true. The show never leaves you hoping that the end is imminent, and it deals with the teenage characters in such a way that you know something is going to happen, even if you have no idea what.
Another thing I enjoyed was how open-minded the show is. Sure, there are people who will be horrified by some of the content, but that’s to be expected. The writers go out of their way to make sure that the audience is not left in any doubt regarding the events that occur. They are easy to follow, and are generally entertaining and exciting. Plus, the musical elements, which take place in the beginning of each episode, help give the show a nice polish.
This vampire series, Pagalworld, comes with a very dark subplot involving the main character, Eric Northman. Although his attitude toward his vampiric past is more than a little mawkish, he does seem to harbor some resentment toward his own vampiric past as well. In the end, it becomes clear that he has a difficult time dealing with the guilt that accompanies his vampire status. This show is far from perfect, but for the most part, it is worth your time. Like most of Garth Ennis’s work, it is entertaining and well worth your time. You should definitely check it out.