Jupiter’s Legacy – Netflix Series, Plot, Link, Watch Online, Reviews


About Jupiter’s Legacy

Netflix TitleJupiter’s Legacy
Release DateMay 7, 2021
Production LocationUnited States
Directed bySteven S. DeKnight
Cast1. Josh Duhamel as Sheldon Sampson / The Utopian, Grace’s husband, Walter’s younger brother and the leader of the superhero team known as The Union.
2. Ben Daniels as Walter Sampson / Brainwave, Sheldon’s older brother.
3. Leslie Bibb as Grace Sampson / Lady Liberty, Sheldon’s wife and one of the most powerful heroes on the planet.
4. Elena Kampouris as Chloe Sampson, Grace and Sheldon’s rebellious daughter.
5. Andrew Horton as Brandon Sampson / The Paragon, Grace and Sheldon’s son.
6. Mike Wade as Fitz Small / The Flare, one of the most valued members of The Union.
7. Matt Lanter as George Hutchence / Skyfox, Sheldon’s closest ally.
Science fiction
PlotJupiter’s Legacy follows the story of the world’s first superheroes who received their powers in the 1930s.

A group of travellers find a mysterious island, which somehow bestows them with superhero powers. Fast forward some decades into the future and said superheroes have grown old and a new generation is up and coming.

Thus begins a battle between old fashioned righteousness and big celebrity egos.

Cue family dysfunction, jealousy with a little fascism thrown in and you’ve got a nice little story. The ending was great and I’m a bit sad I won’t see a second volume for some time but the story as a whole is promising and the artwork is good, slightly reminiscent of old fashioned hero comics.

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How/ Where to Watch Jupiter’s Legacy

The TV Series Jupiter’s Legacy will be available on Netflix on 7th May 2021

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Jupiter’s Legacy Episodes

No.TitleDirected byTeleplay byOriginal release date
1“By Dawn’s Early Light”TBASteven DeKnightMay 7, 2021
2“Paper and Stone”TBAHenry G.M. JonesMay 7, 2021
3“Painting the Clouds With Sunshine”TBAMorenike Balogun KochMay 7, 2021
4“All the Devils Are Here”TBAAkela CooperMay 7, 2021
5“What’s the Use?”TBAKate BarnowMay 7, 2021
6“Cover Her Face”TBASang Kyu KimMay 7, 2021
7“Omnes Pro Uno”TBAJulia CoopermanMay 7, 2021
8“How it All Ends”TBASteven DeKnightMay 7, 2021

Jupiter’s Legacy Reviews:

This review based on the real comic as the series is yet be launched.

I thought this was a blast. Maybe because I’m relatively new to comics I didn’t quite pick up on its lack of originality. I mean, sure, it’s a superhero story, but a well-executed and at times exciting superhero story.

I see this as a story that looks at what happens when people have immense power. Like Utopian, they either use that power benevolently and have the foresight to keep that power in its proper place, or like Walter they want to use that power to rule and govern. I do agree with other reviewers that Walter’s turn to dictatorship seems at odds with what we see from him, but he’s a conniving, sneaky character who is clearly unhappy with Utopian’s rigid leadership. As for Utopian, it’s interesting that characters who stick to principle get punished for their strict application of those principles. It seems not that long ago that those sort of heroes were worshiped in Westerns.

The artwork is terrific. There are plenty of great images, and some shocking moments of violence. The book earns its Mature rating from only a small number of violent moments, but the rating is deserved. I thought this was a terrific read, even if Millar’s message is inconsistent and many of his ideas poorly developed. The story is where the enjoyment is.

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