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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 83 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.
aired 86 days ago
Joe and Ryan face the consequences of Joe's decision; Gordon experiences a crisis of conscience; Donna and Cameron fight about the future.
aired 86 days ago
An offer to purchase Mutiny creates tension; Gordon and Cam bond over video games while Donna has a weekend to herself; Joe faces off against the board.
aired 87 days ago
Donna and Gordon treat themselves to a vacation at home instead of camping; Joe and Ryan have a revelation; Cameron and Bos return to Texas.
aired 87 days ago
A game of laser tag teaches Gordon the importance of teamwork; Donna and Cameron disagree on their acquisition.
aired 91 days ago
Gordon and Donna's personal life bleeds into work, causing tension at the office; Joe meets with the MacMillan board.
aired 93 days ago
Cameron and Donna have a hard time finding venture capital; Joe hires a key coder and leaves the rest of the team at a loss.
aired 93 days ago
While Joe launches his latest product, Gordon settles in at Mutiny; Donna and Cameron work to expand beyond chat.
aired 142 days ago
When the Clark family descends into crisis, Gordon helps Joe; Cameron envisions a new future for Mutiny.
aired 142 days ago
Reeling after a rival's launch, Mutiny takes measures to ensure survival; Gordon pays a price to quell his paranoia.
aired 142 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 143 days ago
Gordon and Donna keep secrets from each other; Gordon launches a new venture; Cameron's principles are tested.
aired 143 days ago
Gordon returns to California, in hopes of reconnecting with his brother; Joe uses his leverage to change Wheeler's thinking.
aired 143 days ago
Cameron and Joe cross paths, sending Cameron into a tailspin; Gordon searches for connection as he absorbs difficult news.
aired 143 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 144 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 144 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 144 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 304 days ago
Donna celebrates a milestone with her closest allies; Cameron contemplates saying goodbye; Joe confronts an uncertain future.
aired 310 days ago
Cameron helps Donna pack up; Bos makes his famous chili; Joe helps Haley recover a memorable keepsake; Gordon and Donna fight.
aired 318 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.

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