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About Infinity Train
Various people find themselves on a mysterious train with an endless number of cars, each one being its own universe, and they must find a way to get home in this animated anthology series.
The series is set on a seemingly endless train traveling through a barren landscape; the cars of the train contain a variety of bizarre and fantastical environments. The train picks up passengers who have unresolved emotional issues or trauma. As they travel through the train’s cars, passengers’ adventures give them the opportunity to confront and resolve their problems, represented by a glowing number on their hand that goes down as each personal issue is confronted. Once they have resolved their issues and their number reaches zero, a portal opens and they are able to leave the train and return home.
The first season focuses on Tulip Olsen, a girl struggling with her parents’ recent divorce. She is accompanied by a small, confused robot named “One-One”, and Atticus, the ruler of a kingdom of talking corgis. She eventually uncovers many of the train’s secrets and confronts Amelia, a passenger who, instead of resolving her trauma from her husband’s death, has usurped the role of Conductor from One-One and tried to take control of the train. Before leaving the train, Tulip persuades Amelia to try to adapt to the changes in her life.
In one first-season episode, Tulip frees her own reflection from the mirror world, and the two part ways. The second season focuses on the emancipated Mirror Tulip (“MT”), now on the run from enforcers attempting to kill her as punishment for abandoning her role as Tulip’s reflection. She teams up with Jesse, a new train passenger, as well as Alan Dracula, a silent deer with a variety of powers. She helps Jesse leave the train by learning to stand up for himself, and he returns to the train to help her escape to the outside world as well.
The third season centers on Grace and Simon, the leaders of a gang of rogue passengers who vandalize the train and attack its denizens to keep their numbers high. Traveling with a young girl named Hazel and her gorilla friend Tuba makes Grace more sympathetic to the train’s denizens. After Simon kills Tuba, it is revealed that Hazel herself is one of Amelia’s creations, and Grace realizes what she thought she knew about the train is wrong. In the end, after fighting off Simon’s attempt to usurp control, Grace tries to face up to and mend her mistakes.