10 episodes

When a night watchman finishes his shift at work, he is terrified to discover that everyone in the world who went to sleep the previous night has died. Now he and a band of survivors must stay awake and uncover the secret of this global epidemic, before they fall asleep.

The Edge of Sleep Premieres September 24th, 2019! New Episodes Every Tuesday through November 5th.

Starring and produced by Markiplier. Created by Jake Emanuel & Willie Block.

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    • Fiction
    • 4.9, 9.7K Ratings

When a night watchman finishes his shift at work, he is terrified to discover that everyone in the world who went to sleep the previous night has died. Now he and a band of survivors must stay awake and uncover the secret of this global epidemic, before they fall asleep.

The Edge of Sleep Premieres September 24th, 2019! New Episodes Every Tuesday through November 5th.

Starring and produced by Markiplier. Created by Jake Emanuel & Willie Block.

Subscribe Today.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9.7K Ratings

9.7K Ratings

DailySupboi ,

High IQ Theorom

Ok, this is what I think happened: the whole thing is a metaphor. I think Dave can’t fall asleep because of his scars, or his past. He can’t forget or let go of stuff, like breaking up with Katie, or his trip to Oregon, or the nightmares and fears or insecurities that haunted him. I think the end scene where he looses the scars on his chest resembles him finally letting go of what once was, and when he saw Katie in the pit, letting go of her(when he rejected to go with her through the door, the door obviously meaning death, meaning if he held onto Katie he would drive himself to death, or in other words being on deaths “door”step), and all of his nightmares that stayed with him throughout his life(when they come in with the flood). And only after he finally chose to let go of his regrets, he could find peace and sleep. If this is true, I think it is a beautiful story. I think you guys did an amazing job with it. Sorry I am a little late to the last episode, but nevertheless I still am glad I finally got the time to hear it. Congrats Mark, but also to the really talented people who helped make this possible. Have five stars!

32145556789 ,

👍

Great story are there going to be more episodes

Quinn Flanagan ,

Is it over?

I’m sorely disappointed that anybody even has to ask that. The ending, if that’s what it was, was very abrupt and didn’t close off everything. I was hoping for something better out of this.

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