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  • Summary: Set a year after the end of the second season, the unsettled peace between synths and humans is further agitated by factions within the synths.
  • Genre(s): Drama, Science Fiction

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  1. Jul 25, 2018
    10
    Humans is a well written interesting story. It was easy to engage in this tale of struggle and adaptation. Characters are complex withHumans is a well written interesting story. It was easy to engage in this tale of struggle and adaptation. Characters are complex with fascinating story arcs acted very well by all of the actors. Some of the story arcs at the end of season three have left room to continue to a season four and I hope to see that Expand
  2. Jul 18, 2018
    9
    Humans just seems to get better with every series and this series only solidifies it's reputation as possibly the best British sci fi seriesHumans just seems to get better with every series and this series only solidifies it's reputation as possibly the best British sci fi series for years. Expand
  3. Jun 7, 2018
    5
    I'm on the fence about the first episode of Season 3. Some scenes were great, others put me to sleep. It's definitely taken a dark turn,I'm on the fence about the first episode of Season 3. Some scenes were great, others put me to sleep. It's definitely taken a dark turn, which I respect as a choice. My problem is with how we got here. The Synths really brought this on themselves by waking up all the synchs in order to save Mia's "life." It's hard for me to sympathize with our main characters at this point because they caused a worldwide catastrophe rather than lose one of their own. While I like the take on current events I have a hard time believing that all they synths wouldn't have been turned off at this point since they have been the cause of so many fatalities. This is different from say WestWorld or Jurassic Park, where the number of deaths is a lot smaller and for a time the repercussions can be put off by controlling the information. I'm willing to give it another episode, but I'm really concerned that the series has jumped the shark at this point. Expand

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