Welcome to Eden Season 1 of the Spanish drama series Netflix Welcome to Eden begins with Parker Pyne. Zoa (Amaia Aberasturi) receives a message on her phone from an unknown number asking her if she is happy. Curious right away, she responds and learns about the Blue Eden beverage launch party. It is to be held on a paradise island. Although the invitation is hers, Zoa decides to go with her best friend Judith (Ana Mena).
However, Zoa and the other newcomers soon discovered that everything in the garden of Eden was not what it seemed to be, and they were likely now trapped by a dangerous sect. Meanwhile, family members of the young men and women, including Zoa’s sister Gab, began searching for them in Spain.
Welcome to Eden Season 1: Synopsis
After arriving on a remote island, Zoa and the other newcomers spent the day having a party. Visitors are provided with wrist straps that illuminate only certain people. Later, these people drank Blue Eden, which appears to contain some form of hallucinogen. When Zoa wakes up the next morning, she finds that she and four others — Aldo (Albert Baró), África (Belinda Peregrín), Ibón (Diego Garisa), and Charly (Tomy Aguilera) —are newcomers to the rest of the road. island.
Others, including Judith and David, the boy she was with at the beginning of the party, are no more. None of them have a vivid memory of what really happened. Astrid (Amaia Salamanca), head of what appears to be a community, greets her and her colleague Erick (Guillermo Pfening). Zoa and others are said to have missed the boat. Astrid assures them that the boat will return the next day. Until then, it gives them a sense of community hospitality.
They evidently called the community Eden. They say they provide shelter for men and women who have nowhere else to go. But their evil intentions soon become apparent. The promised boat does not return, and the newcomers gradually realize that they are being manipulated to force them to associate with the community. Aldo is the only one who blames the inhabitants of Eden from the beginning. He tries to get out of the island and is killed during the process. Zoa later discovers that Judith has not left the island. She was killed the day after the incident.
Meanwhile, in Barcelona, Gabi is worried about her sister. She receives a text message from her sister’s phone, telling her not to worry. Almost all the calls of these newcomers were taken as they boarded the boat and headed for Eden. The message was sent by Mayka, a trusted technical expert at Astrid.
Gabi receives messages David left on her sister’s social media site by logging into Zoa’s account via one of his old phones. She travels to San Sebastián to meet David and learn about Eden. Elsewhere, Ibón’s wealthy and abusive father hires an independent investigator to look after his son.
In the final season of season 1, Zoa and Charly made a serious effort to leave the island, receiving help from Bel, the leader of Zoa’s lover. Gabi confirms that she will be on the next boat to the island. We read of Isaac, a mysterious young man with special abilities.
Welcome to Eden Season 1 Ending: Ulises is Alive or Dead?
One night, just after drinking Blue Eden, Zoa thinks she sees a little boy. Try to follow the child but lose him. She tries to find out who the boy is but is told that no child lives on the island. In an earlier episode, after Erick was badly injured during the attack, Astrid took him to a remote part of the island, and it was officially introduced to Isaac for the first time. Isaac apparently has the power to heal, which he does to heal Erick’s injuries. The show does not offer a glimpse of Isaac’s power and that of his contemporaries.
In Isaac’s cell, however, there is a drawing of him, Erick, and Astrid together. The religion of Eden seems to have centered on Isaac, although not one of them is known. When Isaac is mentioned for the first time, the show makes it seem as if he is superior to Astrid and Erick to the show’s executives. But things appear to be more complex than previously thought.
There is a significant chance that Isaac is the son of Erick and Astrid. Even if he is not, it ultimately does not matter. They plan to visit the real Eden, which means that their religion thinks that there is a real paradise somewhere.
For the newcomers, Aldo dies while trying to get out of the island. Others are forced to live with the community in order to survive. Eventually, they realize that the interior of the island is hollow, and they can use it to escape from the island when the next group of unconscious young men arrives. Ibón, who does not want to face his father again, is reluctant to leave, as is the case with Africa, who has had feelings for Erick.
In the end, Zoa and Charly are two people who are trying to use the arrivals of the newcomers to escape the island. Zoa is attacked by Ulises, the head of security in Eden, but Ibón intervenes and kills him. Charly successfully reaches the boat, and Mayka lets her go. As Zoa approached the boat, she saw Gabi disembark. Her sister has arrived to rescue her and has successfully postponed her plans. Even though the season ends there, we know Zoa can’t walk. Charly can still be, but he doesn’t look like someone who will leave his friends behind. Both may return to hell, which they do not know as Eden.
Africa and any other member of the public are unaware of the attack on Astrid and Erick. Evildoers use the Lilith symbol. in Mesopotamian and Jewish mythology, Lilith is Adam’s first wife. She was created with him but was removed from Eden because she refused to obey Adam. The rebels evidently used her symbol as a powerful tool in their struggle against Eden.
As Erick is taken to Isaac’s module, Africa does not find him. Instead, she ends up opening a secret door with a picture of Landscape and Charon Crossing the Styx, a painting by Flemish artist Joachim Patinier. There is a lot of space on the other side, which seems to include the CPU of the supercomputer. Almost immediately, Africa presses the “Open” button on the screen. The alarm starts ringing suddenly, and the satellite next to Isaac’s module begins to move. A.I. the voice then repeatedly said, “sending a signal into space, waiting for a response.”
And that’s where the real mystery of the show lies. Whose answer is waiting here? Until the last episode, ‘Welcome to Eden’ was a typical cult drama. But with the introduction of Isaac’s healing ability, the show has opened up a whole new world of possibilities, including science-fiction, mythology, and horror. Any organization that should be on the other side of the sign is the Eden that is worshiped as a society. The realm it resides is in is the real Eden that Astrid mentions.
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