An intriguing premise. One day, all around the world, as women fall asleep, their bodies are quickly encased with cocoons. They don’t wake up, although they continue to breathe. And you’ll regret trying to break them out of the cocoon. For the women now exist in a place apart from men, full of peace and cooperation, and they are not eager to return.
One woman, “Eve Black,” who appears in a small Appalachian town, is immune to the disease. The town’s major employer is a woman’s prison, and the action revolves around its employees and prisoners, the residents of the town, and how they come to grips with the disease and the presence of Eve among them.
The Kings mix the supernatural with characters and locations so real you feel you know them. A solid entertainment.