The Feed: Season 1 (2019)


Season 1
The Feed

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Episodes

Air date: Apr 1, 2019

A brain implant that allows people to share thoughts and emotions falls into the wrong hands.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

Concerns about Kate's behavior lead her and Tom to uncover a horrifying invasion of their family's privacy.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

Max, Evelyn, Tom and Kate go on a feed-vacation; Tom and Kate try to protect Bea; Meredith flees from a botched adventure.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

Tom turns to his father for help; while trying to find a doctor that can remove Feeds, Kate runs into the Resisters.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

After making an alarming discovery about Bea, Tom and Kate confront Lawrence and Meredith at a family dinner.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

Lawrence pushes harder to discover the truth about what is happening to The Feed.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

With the Takers coming through in increasing numbers, Tom and Kate take decisive but opposing actions.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

Ben spirals out of control when his actions have fatal consequences; Tom realizes that he needs Ben's help to stop the Takers.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

As Tom and Ben get closer to solving the mystery of the Takers, Kate and Martha are locked in a desperate struggle for survival.

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Air date: Apr 1, 2019

Tom and Ben fight; Tom tries to save his daughter and reunite with Kate before it's too late.

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Cast & Crew

Guy Burnet
Tom Hatfield

Actor
Nina Toussaint-White
Kate Hatfield

Actor
David Thewlis
Lawrence Hatfield

Actor
Michelle Fairley
Meredith Hatfield

Actor
Jing Lusi
Miyu Hatfield

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Chris Reilly
Gil Tomine

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Laura Hickie
Hub Office Worker

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Channing Powell
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Channing Powell
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Susan Hogg
Executive Producer
Stephen Lambert
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Critic Reviews for The Feed: Season 1

Audience Reviews for The Feed: Season 1

  • Nov 14, 2021
    A somewhat interesting story. Overall, just okay. The production quality and acting were okay, but not great. The story seemed a bit too predictable.
  • May 15, 2021
    It might have been a great show if the characters weren't hampered by tired horror/sci fi movie tropes. Lots of hand wringing and spiraling about their families of origin. No national or international response to a massive worldwide crisis of consciousness. And don't get me started on women in peril behaving in the stupidest way possible - getting up to check on their attacker while they have a running CAR and a BABY. When you make me scream at my TV at the absolute stupid...you've lost me.
  • Mar 14, 2021
    The thing I love about good sci-fi is that it explores deep philosophical ideas with thorough intelligence. Science Fiction done right can make you think about the intrinsic nature of our reality, society and humanity. I'm torn with The Feed. It's an obvious desensitization move by Amazon... prepping or testing the waters with us for imbedded tech, but it brings some very big questions to the table and I thoroughly enjoyed its exploration of the questions that it brought up. From a 10,000 foot view, awesome show! From a ground-level view, the writing (dialogue, characters and minute plot-points) is all terrible. Characters that are supposed to be some of the smartest in the world make incredibly stupid decisions, Kate is perhaps the worst of all. It's honestly like watching B-Horror flick characters in a attempt at a sophisticated science fiction movie. I'm also marking this one down substantially for the social engineering attempts with the political rhetoric and social justice slants. VERY obviously socialist dribble,
  • Jan 18, 2021
    Binged in two days. I was worried the show wouldn't be interesting beyond its futuristic tech. Boy was I wrong. The mystery and the compelling characters and the cliffhanger at the end of every single episode—I could not stop watching. I feel like I just had a passionate one-night stand and I'm sitting here wondering if the guy's going to call me back. I heard it's based on just the first chapter of a book, so there's lots more story to tell. Watch it so they renew for season 2! 4.5 stars because a few not-stupid characters made some stupid, cliche decisions.
  • Oct 23, 2020
    A good show, were we can see a futuristic path for humanity were we all are connected together by a social AI system integrated to our body who allow us to make call, install apps and see all of this thing in augmented reality. The show addresses themes like privacy of network users and how companies can abuse from user data without they permissions and how this information can be use to manipulate the society and be use to favor people in power and the government, is a must show for this century. The show struggles to develop some fundamental points of the drama, dragging itself through some episodes, but in general it is a good show, with a good start, middle and end, it is worth a second season
  • Sep 10, 2020
    Interesting concept and handled well. Wish there was a Season 2 to see where they were going with it but not bad ending if they leave it a cliff-hanger too. Enjoyable.
  • Aug 29, 2020
    Gripping dystopian thriller. Credible enough to be frightening, this could so easily happen. Explores the ethical and moral dimension of technology and our increasing reliance on it.
  • Jul 13, 2020
    This show doesn't live up to everything it is copying. For the first few episodes it feels like a bad copy of previous attempts at this premise. However, I was pleasantly surprised when the true premise emerged, but it was too late. The show leans too hard on it's premise, and it's just not good enough. Premises rarely are. It's 2020 and nothing in this show is even plausible in the way it's depicted. It's insulting to see how humans act in this. How many times can we hear, "social media addiction is bad"? Come on.
  • Jul 10, 2020
    Started off strong, with an interesting premise, but by episode 5 there are loose ends that get forgotten, storylines and characters that are forgotten without any explanation, and the tension is lost. I really wanted to care about the characters, but in the end I just left wanting more. Sad.
  • Jun 06, 2020
    A great sci-fi idea, but poor acting and terrible screenplay turned this potential in a waste of time. Don't make my mistake.

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