Critic Consensus: Humans continues to quietly distinguish itself in the sci-fi drama category -- and prove better than most of its flashier AI competition.
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Humans offers so much future-horror as subtle remarks or background details it's worth paying close attention.
The series' willingness to dig deeper into the singularity and attempt to demonstrate the slow blow by blow account of humankind being surpassed and replaced by its own novel creation is ultimately what sets Humans apart from the other contenders.
Humans can be intriguing, even enthralling. But it's always held back by its title.
Underneath the clean labs, modern homes, and cold, verdant landscapes is an assured wisdom and a riot of radical concepts about behavior and desire, a sprawling petri dish teeming with actions and thoughts that feel at once convincing and unreal.
Humans, which is plate-spinning a number of compelling character-development stories in addition to the big-picture themes, is a series that is primed for a larger audience as it improves on its already impressively complex and nuanced story.
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