Society and the world as we know it has collapsed. A massive, automatic factory operates according to the principles of consumerism; humans consume to be happy, and in order to consume continuously, ...
In a near future, a policewoman who still blames herself for a past tragedy accepts her loving wife's suggestion to take a vacation in a virtual simulation, but she soon realizes that this might be ...
Some shows deal with mundane topics but, through acting or storytelling or visuals or whatever, leave a impression, and some scenes pop up in your head months or years after you've seen them.
This is more or less the exact opposite. It managed to take future worlds that could've been fascinating, stumble right past the meaningful issues and focus on the fairly trivial problems of immature or outright not-very-bright characters, and do it in an intensely forgettable manner. I really hope it gets better, but I sincerely doubt it.
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