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60 minutes

In near-future London, a man invents a brain implant that allows people to instantly share thoughts and emotions. However, when the technology falls into the wrong hands, users start to become murderous and the inventor's family are driven apart.
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Dec 15, 2019 3:28PM EST
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I didn't like it

I didn't like it

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by EHutch
Dec 9, 2019 6:51PM EST
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Not a bad show at all. Interesting complex ideas. I'll be tuning in for season 2

Not a bad show at all. Interesting complex ideas. I'll be tuning in for season 2

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Dec 8, 2019 6:01PM EST
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It's got some flaws, but I did enjoy it. It makes you wonder about the future of tech and how we're going to use it to better ourselves as a species. Who will make those decisions?

The biggest flaw that was driving me crazy was the 2 leads separating and having trouble getting back together. Using the feed to communicate would give their locations away to those they don't want to have that information. That's always a stupid behavior in thrillers. They just kept doing it over and over again. Even after she tells him they're staying together from now on. They turn around and get separated again.

Would have liked the big reveal about where the "takers" were coming from a lot earlier. Guess they're keeping that part of the advancement of the story line for season 2. And I do hope they give us a season 2 with the cliff-hanger they left us with.

It's got some flaws, but I did enjoy it. It makes you wonder about the future of tech and how we're going to use it to better ourselves as a species. Who will make those decisions?

The biggest flaw that was driving me crazy was the 2 leads separating and having trouble getting back together. Using the feed to communicate would give their locations away to those they don't want to have that information. That's always a stupid behavior in thrillers. They just kept doing it over and over again. Even after she tells him they're staying together from now on. They turn around and get separated again.

Would have liked the big reveal about where the "takers" were coming from a lot earlier. Guess they're keeping that part of the advancement of the story line for season 2. And I do hope they give us a season 2 with the cliff-hanger they left us with.

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Nov 25, 2019 2:22PM EST
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Its decent sci-fi. Good graphics for the virtual reality aspects. The actors are not the greatest, especially the main brother who often appears to be simply yelling at the camera. The plot is slow and the reveal for the turning point and finding out about where the 'others' are coming from is very late in the series.

They try to play it off like a modern distributed version of Frankenstein, but that really only comes through in the last two episodes. Before the last couple episodes, its confusing about why the people are acting the way they are. The plot timing needed another rewrite.

If you like sci-fi, you will probably like this show.

Its decent sci-fi. Good graphics for the virtual reality aspects. The actors are not the greatest, especially the main brother who often appears to be simply yelling at the camera. The plot is slow and the reveal for the turning point and finding out about where the 'others' are coming from is very late in the series.

They try to play it off like a modern distributed version of Frankenstein, but that really only comes through in the last two episodes. Before the last couple episodes, its confusing about why the people are acting the way they are. The plot timing needed another rewrite.

If you like sci-fi, you will probably like this show.

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