Y: The Last Man: Season 1 (2021)


Season 1
Y: The Last Man

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Y: The Last Man makes a few key updates to its source material and boasts a number of incredible performances, but this highly anticipated adaptation can't help but feel like a bit of a letdown in a world full of dystopian realities.

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Air date: Sep 13, 2021

On the eve of the worst crisis in human history, Congresswoman Jennifer Brown clashes with the President.

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Air date: Sep 13, 2021

After a mass casualty event wipes out every creature with a Y chromosome, President Jennifer Brown responds to the crisis; Yorick fears he may be the only survivor; Hero attempts to right a wrong.

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Air date: Sep 13, 2021

The president's daughter, Kimberly, circles Jennifer's secret; Nora Brady and her daughter Mack say goodbye to home.

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Air date: Sep 20, 2021

On Jennifer's orders, Yorick and Agent 355 search for a geneticist who can unravel the mystery of how he survived; Hero and Sam encounter a dangerous group of women.

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Air date: Sep 27, 2021

Yorick and Agent 355 search for Dr. Allison Mann in war-torn Boston; back in Washington, D.C., Jennifer hides the truth about Yorick from her political rivals.

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Air date: Oct 4, 2021

Yorick, Agent 355 and Dr. Mann hit a snag on their way to San Francisco. As the search for 355 heats up, Jennifer clashes with former cabinet secretary Regina Oliver, who has her eyes on the presidency.

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Air date: Oct 11, 2021

Kimberly uncovers a secret; 355 and Allison reach an understanding; Yorick stumbles upon a mysterious town where things are not what they seem.

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Cast & Crew

Diane Lane
Sen. Jennifer Brown

Actor
Juliana Canfield
Beth Deville

Actor
Marin Ireland
Nora Brady

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Amber Tamblyn
Kimberly Cunningham

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Ashley Romans
Agent 355

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Ben Schnetzer
Yorick Brown

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Diana Bang
Allison Mann

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Elliot Fletcher
Sam Jordan

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Olivia Thirlby
Hero Brown

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Michael Green
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Aïda Mashaka Croal
Executive Producer
Nina Jacobson
Executive Producer, English Version
Brad Simpson
Executive Producer, English Version
Brian K. Vaughan
Executive Producer
Melina Matsoukas
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Y: The Last Man: Season 1

Audience Reviews for Y: The Last Man: Season 1

  • 18h ago
    I think this show has promise, but how many times can we watch Y chase that damn monkey?!
  • 1d ago
    Stereotypical characters, same old end of the world script seen many times before. With misandry thrown in on top.
  • 1d ago
    Glacial compared to the original comic. Enjoyable to see, as a fan, but not sure how many episodes they can afford to burn. Some scenes just seemed to be killing time.
  • 2d ago
    Diane Lane is the only reason I even started watching. (one of the greatest american actress IMO) +1 Anyhoo - I delayed in watching it bc I thought it would be some feminst utopian show about they finally get rid of all the annoying males. We don't need men because we are strong indepedent women!! I was surprised it showed the reality that men are human and are loved by women and men +2 it is wokey due to the fact is protrays liberals as good guys and republicans as villians. -1 However to elimnate all woke from any show is impossible now and this show at least didn't make me throw up. Plus #1
  • 2d ago
    More doom and gloom. If You want to feel even more shitty then real life watch this. The writing sucks but that makes sense cause their is no talent left in Hollywood. The acting is meh. Pass!
  • 2d ago
    The first episode is a bit uneven but it's just been getting better and better after that. Casting was really well done. The source material is just brilliant, and I'm excited to see what they do with it going forward. Fantastic casting especially for Agent 355.
  • 2d ago
    This could have been an amazing series if they stuck to the source material instead of jumping on the 'woke' bandwagon. The comic book version of Yorick was basically Peter Parker without the super powers (unless 'magic' counts as a super power); He was a wise-cracking, good-natured adventurer. The TV version? A sniveling, effeminate, over-emotional douche bag. And his sister, Hero? In the comics she was basically the female version of that, a girl with no care in the world who would bang whoever she wanted to. On TV? A morose 'other woman' who's now a victim, I guess, with a plot device that didn't need to exist. I knew, I just knew that they'd find a way to politicize a comic book that originally covered such a topical subject without politicizing it. In the comics the biggest political event was isolated to one page where a Democrat was arguing about abortion with another Democrat; No one would get upset about that, someone's representing either team! Not so much on TV. Before my wife walked out of the room half way through the first episode she asked why I made her watch such a negative show. I tried to convince her that the comic book wasn't like this, that everyone was happy and living their lives, that all of the characters were engaging and likeable. If they weren't living their happy little lives they were shooting their way through victory. Not on TV, no, everyone seems miserable. ... but why? Perhaps it's because the show decided to go with 7 female directors and a female showrunner who felt it was more important to give us this 'the world is miserable with men in it' narrative rather than quality characters we could invest in. Y : The Last Man, comic - 5 / 5 stars. Y : The Last Man, TV show - 1 / 5 stars.
  • 3d ago
    Horrible adaptation from the tone to the characters to the awful watered down script you can see why they went through hell getting this made and it shows right down to obvious incomplete shots. Just an awful disservice to its source material which is actually amazing !!!!!! Please skip the show!!! Read the comic book you will thank me later!!!!!
  • 3d ago
    First 3 episodes and the only interesting, likeable and intelligent character is the black-ops agent, everyone else appears narcissistic, thick and useless. That, and two hours of viewing later, nothing of any substance has transpired. I really wanted to like this show and see it be successful, but without story or characters that entice, there's better things to spend your time on. Ignore all reviews that label this 'woke' and biased. The premise is good, the acting is great, the concept is intriguing. The issue isn't gender here, it's simply that it's a tad dull.
  • 3d ago
    Watching a dystopian show usually cheers me up, but most characters bring nothing to the plot and I simply am wishing for another calamity to claim the remaining characters.

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