In this post, you’ll find quotes collected and .gifs made from the HBO series “The Nevers.”
The Nevers Directory
Affiliate Links (If A Purchase Is Made, The Vendor Will Provide Us A Commission)
|Check Out More Shows Covered on Wherever I Look|
|The Nevers: Season 1 (Part 1) – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)||The first half of The Nevers makes you wonder if the second half of the season is needed to appreciate it or if it'll just end up more of the same.|
|The Nevers: Season 1/ Episode 6 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)||In what begins as a rather perplexing season finale, when it all ends, so much makes sense about Amalia True – if that's her real name.|
|The Nevers: Season 1/ Episode 5 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)||It is time for Maladie’s execution, and Penance ends up drawing a line in the sand, which separates those who wish to save Maladie from others who have other plans.|
|The Nevers: Season 1/ Episode 4 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)||Amalia experiences a major betrayal as the search for Mary’s killer begins.|
|The Nevers: Season 1/ Episode 3 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)||In "Ignition," Amalia continues to try and recruit those who can fight and be assets rather than take space – as Inspector Mundi's secret gets revealed.|
|The Nevers: Season 1/ Episode 2 – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)||Secrets are revealed, primarily in terms of past and current relationships you may not have guessed existed.|
|The Nevers: Season 1 Episode 1 "Pilot" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)||After a celestial event in 1896, many people, mainly women, have gained gifts. However, for those without them, especially in positions of power, they are more so threats than anything else.|
[…] “this close” is where we always end up. It’s where we all fold. “This close,” change is too scary, even for the people who fight for it.
Nothing will crack this world harder than one gentle question.
We must keep control, not seem to be grasping for it.
— Lord Massen
Waiting’s only painful when you’re not doing anything else.
We build homes to keep other people out and then build machines to let them all in.
— Lord Massen
Public opinion is a brush fire.
— Ms. Bidlow
Horror and fascination go arm and arm.
Pain despises hope.
More suffer from society’s perception than their own debilitation.