Critic Consensus: Humans gains new sociopolitical dimensions in its third season, mining deeper insight from its sci-fi premise without diluting the potency of its well-drawn characters.
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as Anita Hawkins
as Laura Hawkins
as Joe Hawkins
as Mattie Hawkins
as Toby Hawkins
as Sophie Hawkins
as Dr. George Millican
as Professor Edwin Hobb
as Detective Sergeant Pete Drummond
as Detective Inspector Karen Voss
as Dr. Athena Morrow
as Milo Khoury
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This is going to be an intense season. Much different from the last two seasons. The Elsters must chose a side, but whichever side they chose will be the wrong side.
It's heartening to see that as the show takes a step further into fantasy, it remains emotional, thoughtful and relevant, never compromising what made it so special in the first place.
It's a promising sign for a drama that's so much more than just the UK version of Westworld. Fingers crossed the rest of the series can live up to this episode's momentum.
Pulsing under Humans' skin now is the blood of Brexit and immigration debates, intolerance, terrorism and radicalisation. Inevitably, the personal has become political.
What makes season three so exciting, aside from great performances across the board, is the implications. Despite knowing what synths are capable of, humans are still using them as appliances (at least, the ones that have been deemed safe for use).
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