Looking for Something New to Watch? Try Guidestones!

Guidestones


I don’t know about you, but the finale of the second season of Game of Thrones left me all out of sorts. On one hand, I do not like the fact that there is nothing more to watch for now. (Who doesn’t?) On the other hand, I thought that the last few episodes of the second season felt like a let down – just a little bit. It’s probably just me expecting so much more, but the effect is that I need something new to pay attention to.

If you feel the same and are on the lookout for a new TV show, web series, or whatever you want, here’s something that may make your ears go up in the air as if you were a dog ready to go hunting.

Guidestones.

It’s an interactive web series which was launched earlier this year and is based on a real-life mystery, the Georgia Guidestones. The Georgia Guidestones have been dubbed as the Stonehenge of the United States and are basically gigantic slabs of granite. Their mystery lies in the fact that they contain instructions which are supposed to be followed to rebuild civilization after the apocalypse.

While Guidestones draws upon this real-life structure, it is a work of fiction. The story is spread throughout 50 episodes and is shot in various locations around the world.

What sets the web series apart from the rest is its interactive features which allow viewers to find clues and solve mysteries along the way. In a nutshell:

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In Guidestones, clues such as names, serial numbers, codes or phone numbers are hidden throughout the series. When searched online, these clues will lead you to vital information, bonus videos and solutions to the episodic cliffhangers. Each new episode of Guidestones will be sent to you in real time so that you can experience events as they unfold.

Here is a trailer of the show, which will surely catch your attention.

Learn more about Guidestones from their web site.

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