Chloe [Series Review]

Still living with her mother and working as a temp, Becky compares herself to the picture-perfect lives on Instagram, compulsively returning to one account: Chloe’s (Gilbert). Becky obsessively watches her seemingly flawless life through social media. But when Chloe dies suddenly, Becky’s need to find out how and why leads her to assume a new identity and engineer a “chance” meeting with Chloe’s best friend, Livia (Bennett-Warner), and infiltrate Chloe’s group of close-knit friends. Through her alter-ego Sasha, Becky becomes a powerful, transgressive heroine; a popular, well-connected “someone” with a life, and loves, that are far more exciting and addictive than the “no one” she is as Becky. However, the pretense soon obscures and conflates reality, and Becky risks losing herself completely in the game she is playing.

Chloe is the type of series where you have a combination of many genres and it feels like it. As well this series brings a lot to the table where you as the viewer have to pay attention to every detail like that you can notice things in future episodes.

Chloe is a mixture of Drama with Psychological thrillers and a dash of Horror. I say this because throughout the series the tone changes little by little makes the series a slow burn but with many interesting twist and turns.

The way the scenes were executed gave a very interesting take on the series. In some scenes, you will notice or feel that chill of fear and suspense and really engage with the main character and what she is going through.

The cast in this series gave their all and I can say that each one brings good to the series. The major highlight is Erin Doherty bringing an amazing performance to her character and maintaining the ante in each episode.

The feel of this series was great from seeing Becky Green and a sort of paranoia in her thoughts and how they presented her thoughts. As well as how they present the plot-line into all these different themes.

The reason that I have mentioned the different themes in the series is dying to that you start with a Drama and then to a Phycological Thriller. It gives the audience a chance to go more into the story and its characters.

Chloe did something that not all series can get to do and it has a full complete story with an ending due to being a limited series. Still having the ending that it had you can just say that there could be more or it is just the end.

This series is an amazing Jaw-dropping experience with amazing talent and a great story to tell. Chloe goes from Drama to Thriller in a matter of seconds this series is a must-watch.

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