Critic Consensus: Incorporated's impressive production values, solid performances, and engaging vision of a bleak future outweigh a predictable, clichéd narrative.
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as Elizabeth Krauss
as Julian Morse
as Laura Larson
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While their new show offers a vision of the future that isn't particularly original, its plot is energetic, and its visuals are sleek and appealingly stylized.
Although its super-bleak future is nothing new, Incorporated does an above-average job of bringing it all home.
The production values are high, the acting efficient, the story teems with twists and turns. But nothing like this could ever happen, could it? Could it?
This isn't comfort TV, but there's always time and motivation to watch yet another cautionary tale about the threat of too much corporate power.
Incorporated suggests that those who hold on to their human values can subvert any system that seeks to take their freedom from them. And that's a welcome message anytime.
Even when the central story fails to spark major interest, the world that's been built is enough to keep us engaged. Even if we spend all too often worrying that this fiction could, in some way, eventually become fact.
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