Polygon: I love how “Survivors” is a show that, as a whole, has a lot of themes and stories.
There are characters like Jeff Probst, played by the brilliant and likable Jimmi Simpson, who is an extremely well-rounded person who is on the path to a more fulfilling life.
He’s got a great love of his wife and children, he’s trying to find a way to make sure they have a better future, and he’s got his wife, Kimmi, in his life who is a really, really good mother and great sister.
There’s this really good thing that he’s going to find out about that’s going on in his wife’s life, and the idea of him not being able to be in the relationship that he has with his wife because of this thing called the apocalypse.
There is this big, overarching theme of that.
So there’s a lot to take in.
But I was really impressed with how it played out.
I was very much drawn to it as a person who would watch it and I think I would love it as someone who would follow it.
I really, truly love the idea that this is something that can be explored through these characters, and there’s just so much to take into.
It really feels like a story that could be explored.
And it’s one that has this really cool story to tell and this great story that we could be exploring together.
You get a chance to watch the show, I mean, there’s no reason that you wouldn’t, but there are other people that are going to be watching it and seeing the same thing.
And they’re going to have different things to say about it, and they’re probably going to see things that they didn’t think about.
I think that’s a really cool thing.
There was a lot that was new for me, but I thought it was really well done.