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This sci-fi drama series written by Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley is based on the Swedish award-winning drama "Real Humans." The story is set in a parallel universe where technology is highly advanced and lifelike humanoids called Synths are the must-have machines for any household. Joe Hawkins decides to buy a Synth to help out at home, but his wife, Laura, feels uncomfortable around the humanoid. Elsewhere a widower tries to fix his malfunctioning Synth, Odi, who holds some precious memories of his late wife. The all-star cast includes William Hurt, Katherine Parkinson, Colin Morgan, Rebecca Front and Gemma Chan.

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aired 748 days ago
In a dramatic showdown, Mia, Max and the synths go into battle with humans; Laura, Niska and Mattie face monumental and life-changing decisions.
aired 749 days ago
Mattie reveals her secret and spurs Laura back into action; Niska's journey takes an unexpected turn; Leo walks into danger at the Railyard.
aired 756 days ago
Laura discovers a shocking and dangerous truth; as Niska continues on her mysterious journey, she must defy all her instincts to survive.
aired 762 days ago
Sam reels from recent events and Joe struggles to help him through it; truths are revealed and dangerous plans are put into action at the Railyard.
aired 774 days ago
Laura and the Dryden Commission visit the Railyard; Mia comes face to face with someone from her past; an evening out turns to tragedy for Joe.
aired 776 days ago
Laura wants the truth about Operation Basswood; Mattie and Leo confront their feelings; Niska receives a mysterious message.
aired 783 days ago
Max faces the consequences of his decision; Laura discovers she's not being told everything at the Dryden Commission; Joe uncovers Karen's secret.
aired 791 days ago
One year after the release of the consciousness code, a catastrophic event puts the future of human and synth-kind in jeopardy once again.

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