Life After People
|Life After People|
|Gumawa||Louis Tarantino at Doug Cohen|
|Isinalaysay ni/nina||James Lurie (Ingles)|
|Bansang pinagmulan||Estados Unidos|
|Bilang ng mga panahon||2 (+ 1 natatangi)|
|Bilang ng mga kabanata||20 (+ 1 natatangi) (#Mga kabanata)|
|Oras ng pagpapalabas||45 minuto|
|Production company(s)||Flight 33 Productions|
|Orihinal na himpilan||History|
|Orihinal na pagtakbo||21 Enero 2008– Marso 16, 2010|
Ang Life After People ay isang serye sa telebisyon ng History Channel na kung saan ang mga siyentipiko, inhinyero sa estraktura, at iba pang mga dalubhasa ay nagbubulaybulay tungkol sa kung ano ang mangyayari sa Daigdig kapag biglang nawala ang sangkatauhan. Pinag-uusapan ng mga tinampok na dalubhasa ang tungkol sa magiging bunga ng kawalan ng tao sa kalikasan at mga bakas ng kabihasnan na naiwan. Ang mga serye ay inunahan ng isang dalawang oras na espesyal na isinahimpapawid noong Enero 21, 2008 sa History Channel na nagsilbing totohanang pilot para sa mga serye na unang ipinalabas noong Abril 21, 2009. Ang dokumentaryo at mga sumunod na serye ay kapuwang isinalaysay ni James Lurie.
Batayan[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Hindi nagbibigay ang palabas ng ispekulasyon kung paanong maglaho ang sangkatauhan, at tinutukoy nito na nangyari o naganap na ito nang biglaan, kung kaya naiwan ang lahat ng mga bagay kabilang na ang mga alagang hayop at domestikadong hayop na kinakailangang mangalaga at magsustento sa kani-kanilang mga sarili. Ang eksperimentong isip ay nakabatay sa mga naitalang bunga ng biglang pagtanggal ng mga tao mula sa isang lugar at ang mga bunga na naganap kapag hindi tinuloy ng tao ang pagpapanatili ng mga gusali at imprastrakturang urban. Nagsisimula ang pagsasalaysay sa katanungang:
|“||What would happen if every human on Earth disappeared? This isn't the story of how we might vanish...it's the story of what will happen to the world we leave behind||”|
Ang mga kabanata ng serye ay nagbibigay ng mga halimbawa ng pagkabulok sa imprastrakutrang urbano at biyolohiya. Ang pagtuon ay sa mga tiyak na lokasyon tulad ng mga tukudlangit, istrakturang panrelihiyon tulad ng mga simbahan, tulay, saplad at mga gusaling pampamahalaan, at ang magiging tadhana ng mga kaugnay na bagay tulad, ng mga artipakto, dokumento at katawan ng tao. Nakalakip din ang kapalaran ng ilang uri ng mga halaman at hayop. Bawat kabanata ay may isang bahagi na kung saang sinusuri ng mga dalubhasa ang mga tunay na lokasyong iniwan na ng tao, kabilang na ang mga ghost town at ibang mga sityo ng pagkasira, kung saan ang pagkasira ay dulot ng mga pangyayaring kahalintulad ng mga inilalahad sa kabanata. Bagaman pinag-uusapan ng serye ang mga magiging kalaparan ng mga kilalang pook-palatandaan (landmarks) sa mundo, ang pangunahing tuon ay sa mga sitwasyon na maaaring maganap sa mga lokasyon sa Estados Unidos.
Ang maraming mga kaganapan maaaring maganap pagkaraang maglaho nang biglaan ang mga tao ay ipinapakita gamit ang mga dramatisasyong CGI (computer-generated imagery). Ang timeline ng mga hinulaang kaganapan ay nagsisimula sa mga isang araw pagkaraan ng paglaho ng sangkatauhan at magtutuloy hanggang sa sandaan-milyong taon sa hinaharap (isang araw, isang linggo, isang taon, 10 taon, 15 taon, 25 taon, 50 taon, 100 taon, 200 taon, atbp.).
Tagline[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Ang tagline ng palabas ay ang sumusunod na nagbabantang pagbati (sa Ingles):
|“||Welcome to Earth...Population: Zero.||”|
Habang ang lahat ng mga kabanata ay nagtatapos sa pamagat na umaangkop sa huling pangungusap:
|“||...in a life after people.||”|
Latinoamérica sin humanos[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
May isang bersyong Latinong Amerika ng palabas na ipinalabas sa History Latinoamerica, na may pamagat na Latinoamérica sin humanos. Pinag-uusapan ng palabas ang mangyayari sa Latinong Amerika, lalo na sa Arhentina, Brasil, Tsile, Kolombya, Mehiko at Benesuwela, kapag naglaho nang biglaan ang sangkatauhan.
Mga kabanata[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Panahon||Kabanata||Orihinal na pagsasahimpapawid|
|Unang isinahimpapawid||Huling isinahimpapawid|
|Espesyal||21 Enero 2008|
|1||10||21 Abril 2009||Hunyo 23, 2009|
|2||10||5 Enero 2010||Marso 16, 2010|
Espesyal (2008)[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Unang panahon (2009)[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Pamagat||Petsa ng unang pagsasahimpapawid|
|1||1||"The Bodies Left Behind"||21 Abril 2009|
|This episode looks at the future of cities like Boston and Houston and their static structures after the disappearance of man and what will happen to the human bodies that are buried, embalmed, and mummified, as well as the fate of the Immortality Drive inside the International Space Station, cryonically frozen bodies and human embryos, and parrots. This episode also examines the fate of the Astrodome, the Bunker Hill Bridge, the John Hancock Tower, the JPMorgan Chase Tower, the Sistine Chapel and the Statue of Liberty. The episode also explores Hashima Island in Japan, which was abandoned by people in 1974.|
|2||2||"Outbreak"||28 Abril 2009|
|This episode predicts the uncontrolled encroachment of nature upon the abandoned cities of Chicago, Atlanta and London, and how deadly viruses, like rabies, could spawn out of control as the populations of escaped pets and other animals, like wild hogs and the corgis belonging to Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, could explode without the interference of man. This episode also examines the fate of Big Ben, the John Hancock Center, the L train, the Sears Tower, Wrigley Field and the Confederate Memorial Carving, the latter of which may last for more than 5000 years. The episode also explores Gary, Indiana, portions of which were abandoned by people in the late 1970s.|
|3||3||"The Capital Threat"||5 Mayo 2009|
|In a life after people, the forces of nature could consume Washington, D.C. and America's national treasures as they fall into ruin, zoo animals could escape their enclosures, and Los Angeles could burn in an inferno, suffer a massive earthquake, and eventually return to its original state before it became civilized by humans. The episode also explores Angkor Wat in Cambodia, which was abandoned by people in the 15th century.|
|4||4||"Heavy Metal"||12 Mayo 2009|
|This episode projects how long the nation's buildings and bridges will stand before the elements consume the steel and concrete, from the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Brooklyn Bridge and the Roosevelt Island Tramway in New York City to the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, and how once domesticated animals, like horses, will return to wild herds that roam America's grasslands. The episode also examines the ghost town of Rhyolite, Nevada, a town its designers wanted to rival Chicago, which was abandoned by people around 1910.|
|5||5||"The Invaders"||20 Mayo 2009|
|After the disappearance of man, sandstorms could sweep through Phoenix, Miami and Shanghai might disappear into the ocean, and invasive plants and animals such as Burmese pythons will spread uncontrolled. Also included is the fate of the Taj Mahal in India, the Kennedy Space Center, the Grand Canyon Skywalk, and the Seven Mile Bridge in the Florida Keys. The episode also explores Tyneham, England, which was requisitioned by the War Office in 1943 during World War II in preparation for the D-Day landings.|
|6||6||"Bound and Buried"||26 Mayo 2009|
|In a post-apocalyptic future, even sealed artifacts such as the Liberty Bell and the United States Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway will not survive indefinitely. Wolves and feral dogs struggle to survive. In San Francisco cables snap on the Golden Gate Bridge and the cable cars are sent careening through the streets, while the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur survive longer than most other modern towers. In Paris, the fate of the Mona Lisa, the prehistoric Lascaux caves, the modern Lascaux II replica, the Venus de Milo and the Notre Dame de Paris is shown. The episode also examines Centralia, Pennsylvania, which was largely abandoned in 1984 because of a coal seam fire burning beneath the town.|
|7||7||"Sin City Meltdown"||2 Hunyo 2009|
|This episode predicts how the gambling meccas of mankind will deteriorate without people; rats invade Las Vegas, Nevada, the famous hotels such as the Stratosphere Tower and the Luxor Las Vegas crumble to dust, the Las Vegas sign falls from its location, and the wax statues of celebrities at the Madame Tussaud's museum melt away. Atlantic City is destroyed as ocean waves and hurricanes smash through casinos, break up the boardwalk and piers and tarnishes the fate of Lucy the Elephant. Camels go wild in North America, like their ancestors, and are transformed after the next ice age. Over thousands of years, the Voyager space probes are battered by impacts from dust and debris, leaving few recognizable remnants of humanity behind. The episode also examines the Americana Amusement Park in Monroe, Ohio, showing how degraded it has become after only recently having been abandoned in 2002.|
|8||8||"Armed & Defenseless"||9 Hunyo 2009|
|In a future without people, the machines of war deteriorate; nuclear submarines lie on the ocean floor, and the USS Missouri is the target of a renewed "attack" on Pearl Harbor, as the ship transforms into a plant-covered island. Most dairy cows die, but a few survive and adapt to life on America's plains alongside thriving herds of bison. This episode also examines Aloha Tower in Honolulu, the Wells Fargo Center in Denver and North Brother Island off of New York City, which was abandoned around 1960.|
|9||9||"Roads to Nowhere"||16 Hunyo 2009|
|This episode looks at how vehicles will deteriorate without people, how America's automobile plants and transportation symbols such as the Renaissance Center and the Ambassador Bridge will shatter in Detroit's harsh winters, and how unattended oil refineries will explode. In San Antonio the Alamo falls to a new invader, and the Tower Life Building meets its demise. Also, animals adapt, armadillos spread, some dogs rekindle their hunting instincts, and longhorn cattle flourish once again. This episode also examines the Packard plant and the 60 milyang kuwadrado (160 km2) of Detroit which were abandoned in 1960s.|
|10||10||"Waters of Death"||23 Hunyo 2009|
|In a world devoid of humans, water floods cities like New Orleans and Seattle. The marine animals housed inside the former city's aquarium die off. Head lice become extinct without human hosts. The fate of Seattle's symbolic Space Needle is shown as the city reverts to a saltwater marsh, and humidity in the Middle East wrecks the space-age structures of Dubai, including the Burj Al Arab Hotel and the Burj Khalifa. The fate of St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow is shown and Louisiana's tallest building, One Shell Square, collapses. The episode examines the areas of New Orleans that were damaged by Hurricane Katrina and were subsequently abandoned soon after.|
Pangalawang panahon (2009)[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
|Pamagat||Petsa ng unang pagsasahimpapawid|
|11||1||"Wrath of God"||5 Enero 2010|
|This episode predicts the fate of humanity's religious symbols and artifacts after the disappearance of man – such as the Christ the Redeemer statue which stands over Rio de Janeiro, the Crystal Cathedral and the Memorial Coliseum in Southern California, the Colosseum, the Jubilee Church and St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, and the Shroud of Turin. Rattlesnakes thrive in the American Southwest, and shepherd dogs continue to protect sheep for several generations. The episode also examines Kolmanskop, a desert town in Namibia established by the Germans during a diamond rush, and abandoned in the 1960s.|
|12||2||"Toxic Revenge"||12 Enero 2010|
|In a life after people, toxic materials leak into the environment without human intervention: spent nuclear fuel rods spontaneously burst into flame, chlorine gas spills out of tanks and turns lakes into deadly acid, and in New York City underground methane gas originates from Grand Central Terminal and leaks into the adjacent MetLife Building, which eventually ignites an explosion. Cargo ships from the Great Lakes drift past the fallen International Railway Bridge and tumble over the edge of Niagara Falls. Raccoons use homes as a temporary paradise. The episode also features Picher, Oklahoma, a toxic former lead mining town which has been slowly abandoned ever since the 1970s.|
|13||3||"Crypt of Civilization"||19 Enero 2010|
|This episode looks at how crypts, safes, vaults and time capsules survive in a post-apocalyptic world, including a visit to the mysterious "Crypt of Civilization" at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia, the Gherkin in London, the Marine Corps War Memorial and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. Military-trained German Shepherds battle coyotes in the wild and the remains of naval hero John Paul Jones are entombed by rising sea levels in Annapolis, Maryland. The proposed KEO satellite, Rosetta disks (focusing on one at the Smithsonian Institution), and the prototype 10,000-year clock meet their fates in the far future. The episode also examines Norwich State Hospital in Connecticut, sections of which were abandoned between 1970 and 1995.|
|14||4||"Last Supper"||26 Enero 2010|
|In a world without people, man's food supplies decay as supermarkets turn into breeding grounds for insects and vermin, humidity causes Leonardo da Vinci's mural The Last Supper in the Santa Maria delle Grazie to crumble, and both the landmark Randy's Donuts restaurant in Los Angeles and the restaurant atop Taipei 101 in Taiwan succumb to the force of gravity. Snack cakes survive 25 years, but jars of honey might remain edible for millennia. The episode also includes video from a Fort Worth, Texas grocery store which was abandoned for three months—with all the food still inside. This episode also examines the Tranquille Farms in the British Columbia Interior, which were abandoned and closed in 1985.|
|15||5||"Home Wrecked Home"||2 Pebrero 2010|
|This episode predicts the apocalyptic fate of homes—from the Stahl House outside Los Angeles to the San Remo in New York City. Co-op City sinks beneath the tide and Dubai's Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world) corrodes and collapses. Gas leaks turn suburban homes such as Levittown into infernos, a hidden flaw topples Hearst Castle, linseed oil in paint-soaked rags causes some high-end homes, including the San Remo apartments, to explode in flames, and the contents of the Bettman/Corbis Archive in Pennsylvania meet a tragic fate. Bobcats use abandoned houses as dens, and zebras from the Hearst Castle private zoo escape and survive for generations. The episode also visits the Italian town of Balestrino, which was abandoned during the 1950s due to geologic instability.|
|16||6||"Holiday Hell"||9 Pebrero 2010|
|Vacation destinations and holiday treasures are featured in this episode; fireworks factories explode with no people to see the event, sand inside Knott's Berry Farm's Silver Bullet roller coaster is the key to its destruction, while fruitcake lasts for over 130 years. Domesticated reindeer join herds of wild caribou, only to be devoured by wolves. Lions escape the San Diego Wild Animal Park and fill the ecological role American lions once had. Nearby Palm Springs is consumed by the desert, its aerial tramway suffers catastrophic failure, and its wind turbines shatter. In Detroit, Aldrige's Always Christmas store witnesses a not-so-jolly scene as power goes out and domesticated turkeys die off while their wild relatives live on. This episode also examines the Salton Sea, where parts of a former resort town were abandoned since 1970s.|
|17||7||"Waves of Devastation"||16 Pebrero 2010|
|This episode examines the effects of water on man's structures. Rotterdam and Amsterdam flood as levees fail; washing away the treasures of the Boijmans Museum, while Sacramento is first swamped, then destroyed when Folsom Dam ruptures. Non-native Asian carp slip through man-made barriers to invade the Great Lakes, but must compete with another invasive species: the sea lamprey. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline spills its hazardous contents, the Santa Monica Pier sinks into the ocean, the Sydney Opera House caves in, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge tears apart. The episode also explores the Russian coal mining town of Pyramiden, abandoned in 1998. Preserved by Arctic temperatures, Pyramiden may survive as one of the last towns standing on Earth.|
|18||8||"Sky's the Limit"||2 Marso 2010|
|Human neglect affects the world's skies and aeronautic icons, including Air Force One, the Theme Building and a control tower at Los Angeles International Airport, the Spirit of St. Louis in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., and the KVLY-TV mast in North Dakota. Elsewhere, Rocky Mountain locusts invade the cities in the Midwest, Mount Everest's ice preserves artifacts left by climbers and even the bodies of climbers who died on its summit, and the migratory patterns of birds and even the weather are affected by the absence of mankind patrolling the skies. Solar-powered radio station KTAO continues broadcasting long after humans are gone. The Cassini space probe crashes into Saturn's moon Enceladus, leading to extremophile bacteria from Earth colonizing its possible water ocean and possibly causing life to evolve on it. The episode also visits Edgar, Ontario, a Cold War radar site which was abandoned in 1999, and the aging Berlin Tempelhof Airport in Germany which was abandoned in 2008.|
|19||9||"Depths of Destruction"||9 Marso 2010|
|The underground and underwater world suffers a destructive destiny in a post human era. The NORAD operations facility comes under assault, the echo chambers below the foundation of the Capitol Records Building in Los Angeles outlasts the structure's downfall. The subterranean Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico is repopulated by bats, the gypsum crystals inside the Naica Mine grow unchecked, and mankind's former geothermal power sites such as the Geysers in northern California relinquish their strength to geologic forces. The Satellite Transit System at Seattle's airport is disabled and the Underwater Sculpture Gardens outside of St. George's, Grenada are taken a hold of by coral reefs. Prairie dogs reclaim their territory in Lubbock. The episode features the Bonne Terre Mine, which was abandoned in 1960 and subsequently flooded, and also the steamboat Arabia in Parkville, Missouri.|
|20||10||"Take Me to Your Leader"||16 Marso 2010|
|This episode analyzes how structures and testaments devoted to world leaders factor adversely without human sustainment, among them include the White House, the Palace of Versailles, Thomas Jefferson's home at Monticello, the Secretariat Building and the General Assembly Chamber of the United Nations Headquarters, and the Hall of Supreme Harmony in China's Forbidden City. The entombed body of Ulysses S. Grant is buried for the first time in history, and Mao Zedong's mysterious body at the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong submits to the quirks of his embalmers. As a result of his owner's disappearance, the dependent life of the United States president's dog, "Bo," is transformed as his wild instincts take effect. The episode also examines the aftermath of the Hiroshima bomb on the San Francisco Naval Shipyard in Hunters Point.|
Antas/Datos[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Ang pandalawang-oras na espesyal na dokumentaryo ay may mga takapakinig na 5.4 na milyong manonood at ang pinakapinapanood na palabas sa History Channel. Isinahimpapawid ang palabas sa Nagkakaisang Kaharian sa Channel 4 at isinalaysay ni Struan Rodger noong Mayo 29, 2008. Isinahimpapawid sa Australya sa Channel Seven ang palabas noong Nobyembre 25, 2008, ibinago upang maipalabas sa loob ng 90 minuto, at isinalaysay ni Simon Reeve. Isinahimpapawid naman ito sa Hong Kong sa Television Broadcast Limited (TVB), at isinalaysay ito ni Kenneth Chan Yan.
Ang tagumpay ng espesyal ay nagbunga ng paggawa ng spin-off na mga serye sa telebisyon na unang ipinalabas sa History Channel noong Abril 21, 2009. Sinimulan ang pagsasahimpapawid ng ikalawang panahon noonh Enero 5, 2010.
Pambahay na midya[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Inilabas ng A&E Home Video ang mga sumusunod na DVD:
Tungkol sa orihinal na dokumentaryo:
- Pamagat: Life After People (History Channel).
- UPC: 733961110906.
- Petsa ng paglabas ng DVD: March 18, 2008.
- Oras ng pagpapalabas: 94 minuto.
Tungkol sa unang panahon ng mga serye:
- Pamagat: Life After People: The Complete Season One.
- UPC: 733961155303.
- Petsa ng paglabas ng DVD: Oktubre 27, 2009.
- Oras ng pagpapalabas: 470 minuto.
Tungkol sa ikalawang panahon ng mga serye:
- Pamagat: Life After People: The Complete Season Two.
- UPC: 733961221626.
- Petsa ng paglabas ng DVD: Hulyo 27, 2010.
- Oras ng pagpapalabas: 425 minuto.
Tingnan din[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]
- "Life After People — History.com TV Episodes, Schedule, & Video". History.com. Sininop mula sa orihinal noong April 29, 2009. Hinango noong August 3, 2010.
- "Wrath of God". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong February 19, 2010.
- "Toxic Revenge". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong February 19, 2010.
- "Crypt of Civilization". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong February 19, 2010.
- "Last Supper". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong January 11, 2010.
- "Home Wrecked Homes". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong January 11, 2010.
- "Holiday Hell". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong January 11, 2010.
- "Waves of Devastation". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong January 11, 2010.
- "Sky's the Limit". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong February 15, 2010.
- "Depths of Destruction". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong February 15, 2010.
- "Take Me to Your Leader". Life After People – Episode Guide. MSN TV. Hinango noong February 15, 2010.
- Tucker, Neely (March 8, 2008). "Depopulation Boom". washingtonpost.com. Hinango noong August 3, 2010.
- "Life After People — History.com TV Episodes, Schedule, & Video". History.com. Hinango noong Agosto 3, 2010.