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It's the early 1980s, and the spirit of innovation in personal computing is about to catch fire. Hot on the trail is a renegade trio -- a visionary, an engineer and a prodigy -- who risk everything to realize their vision of building a computer that can change the future. Not long after IBM corners the market with its flagship PC, a flaw is discovered in its operation, opening the door for competition. In steps Joe MacMillan, a former IBM executive who now works for Cardiff Electric. MacMillan plans to reverse-engineer IBM's technology, putting Cardiff in the thick of the personal computer race. He enlists the help of engineer Gordon Clark, who dreams of creating a revolutionary computer, and Cameron Howe, a volatile prodigy who puts her future on the line to join MacMillan's rogue project.

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aired 26 days ago
When the Clark family descends into crisis, Gordon helps Joe; Cameron envisions a new future for Mutiny.
aired 26 days ago
Reeling after a rival's launch, Mutiny takes measures to ensure survival; Gordon pays a price to quell his paranoia.
aired 26 days ago
Cameron and Tom try to come to terms at Mutiny's user picnic; Gordon searches for answers; Joe and Sara leave Dallas.
aired 27 days ago
Gordon and Donna keep secrets from each other; Gordon launches a new venture; Cameron's principles are tested.
aired 27 days ago
Gordon returns to California, in hopes of reconnecting with his brother; Joe uses his leverage to change Wheeler's thinking.
aired 27 days ago
Cameron and Joe cross paths, sending Cameron into a tailspin; Gordon searches for connection as he absorbs difficult news.
aired 27 days ago
Joe and Gordon reunite to turn Joe's vision into a reality; tensions run high between Cameron and Donna in the aftermath of Sonaris.
aired 28 days ago
John tries to reconnect with his former life; Gordon and Donna receive a surprising invitation; a problem arises at Mutiny that threatens its survival.
aired 28 days ago
Joe begins a new job after meeting Sara's father; Gordon grapples with his newfound freedom; Donna is jolted by Cameron's surprising hire at Mutiny.
aired 28 days ago
Cameron and Donna's fledgling gaming company, Mutiny, reaches a critical stage; Joe and Gordon are reunited in the wake of Cardiff's sale.
aired 188 days ago
Donna celebrates a milestone with her closest allies; Cameron contemplates saying goodbye; Joe confronts an uncertain future.
aired 194 days ago
Cameron helps Donna pack up; Bos makes his famous chili; Joe helps Haley recover a memorable keepsake; Gordon and Donna fight.
aired 202 days ago
Joe and Gordon discuss Comet's future; Donna takes a vacation; a new collaborator challenges Cameron; Bos and Diane make a life-altering choice.
aired 208 days ago
Donna makes a play for a heavy-hitter; Gordon confronts his daughter about an issue at school; Cameron finds a new fan; Joe sees a new side of Haley.
aired 215 days ago
Donna struggles with suspicion; Bosworth hits a breaking point; Joe confesses to Gordon while Cameron faces past mistakes.
aired 222 days ago
Cameron buys a plot of land to recenter; Joe and Gordon hire a team of websurfers to map the web; Donna focuses her team on the mission ahead.
aired 238 days ago
Cameron promotes her game at an industry conference; Donna squares off against old rivals; Gordon struggles to support Joe's newest idea.
aired 242 days ago
Gordon enjoys success while Joe works to keep their web project afloat; Cameron extends a business trip; Donna launches a new venture and promotes her assistant; Joe and Cameron talk on the phone.
aired 250 days ago
While Donna's vision inspires a spirited discussion about the next big thing, the end result may not make everyone happy.
aired 250 days ago
Donna tries to bring everyone together at Comdex with her vision of the internet's future; Gordon faces a strong-willed Joanie.
aired 251 days ago
Diane, Bos and Donna hit the road in hopes of building support for Mutiny; everyone else awaits the big day; Joe approaches Cam for a favor.

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