On a reality show set in a deactivated maximum security prison in the Amazon Forest, twelve participants fight for a million dollar prize. The game suddenly changes when the team loses all contact with the production staff. Facing their own criminal pasts and testing their physical and psychological limits, participants must unite to survive and find a way out. However, with a deadly virus on the loose and an ominous presence lurking among them, confinement might just be their lesser challenge. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.
Supermax Ep. 1
The game begins in the Supermax prison. With edgy competitors and mysterious airs, tensions already escalate high.
Supermax Ep. 2
The team loses contact with the show’s producers. The disappearance of one of the competitors, leads to mysterious findings in the prison’s underground tunnels.
Supermax Ep. 3
Dante returns with ominous warnings to the group. The team struggles to survive and find a way out of the prison.
Supermax Ep. 4
Tensions swell with the growing certainty that the team has been abandoned. Cecília makes a mysterious recovery, but Sabrina is wounded in a hunting trap.
Supermax Ep. 5
When Cecília grows worse and becomes a risk to the team, the competitors agree the only way to survive is to kill her.
Supermax Ep. 6
Artur finds the control room. Bruna goes missing. Sérgio makes an eerie discovery: the show has been cancelled.
Supermax Ep. 7
The participants discover the mysterious B Area. Bruna is made prisoner and raped by a strange cult.
Supermax Ep. 9
When Sérgio manages to rescue Bruna, Dante returns with a suspicious attitude. The team devises an escape plan that goes awry when Baal intercepts them.
I wish more US network shows were this visceral & exciting! It’s the perfect balance of mystery, occult horror and satire. They acting is very emotive and spot-on, kudos to the cast! Good story, claustrophobic sets and production values. Too bad it only lasted one season.😿
I rarely watch a movie or show if I have to read the subtitles, but this show was worth it. I liked the diversity in the characters. It featured a lot of elements of a good sci-fi. I think where this show went wrong was putting too many different elements, (spreading virus, reality game show, demonic personas, government conspiracy, etc.), into one season. The writers should of spread out each element and the challenges relating to each, and added more personal dynamics to pull in the relatable situations and characters for the audience. I would of liked to of seen more seasons.