A still from Netflix series Japan Sinks: People of Hope, an adaptation of Sakyo Komatsu’s 1973 disaster novel Japan Sinks. Photo: Netflix
A still from Netflix series Japan Sinks: People of Hope, an adaptation of Sakyo Komatsu’s 1973 disaster novel Japan Sinks. Photo: Netflix
Stephen McCarty
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Netflix disaster series Japan Sinks: People of Hope and Apple TV+ show Invasion examine our impending doom

  • Human activity and global warming threaten to submerge part of the country in Netflix’s Japan Sinks: People of Hope, an adaptation of a 1973 disaster novel
  • An alien race threatens our planet in Apple TV+’s Invasion, while Netflix series The Billion Dollar Code tells how a duo sued Google in 2014 over software

A still from Netflix series Japan Sinks: People of Hope, an adaptation of Sakyo Komatsu’s 1973 disaster novel Japan Sinks. Photo: Netflix
A still from Netflix series Japan Sinks: People of Hope, an adaptation of Sakyo Komatsu’s 1973 disaster novel Japan Sinks. Photo: Netflix
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