Thomas Melville is the creator of Osmosis, an Internet dating site that uses an algorithm to guarantee that clients find their soul mates. His shining example is his brother Paul, who's ... See full summary »
Nicolas Van Beveren,
Having gone missing seven years ago, the previously blind Prairie returns home, now in her twenties with her sight restored. While many believe she is a miracle, others worry that she could be dangerous.
I will admit the show is intriguing at first. Even though the premise is based on scifi, it lacks technical and credibility on the science front. The protagonists are flawed, however some of their shortcomings make it hard to believe how they got into the 'prominent' job they have.
The show is predominantly more drama driven, a study of different flawed characters, their interactions and how they deal with their situation. Numerous subplots are crumbled along the show, but none are really that clear making it feel overall messy.
If you can get past the lack of credibility of the setting and the plot, then this might be a show you enjoy if you're into slow burning messy dramas. As for me personally it was a pick out of curiosity for a chill tv night on Netflix but find it lacks anything of interest for me to come back and finis the complete season.
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