Humans Season 2
1.) Description (Editorial Review)
Months after saying goodbye to sentient synth Mia (Gemma Chan,
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) and her family, the
Hawkinses search for some semblance of normalcy. Laura (Katherine
Parkinson, The IT Crowd) and Joe (Tom Goodman-Hill, Mr. Selfridge)
attend marriage counseling, even as they grow concerned over their
daughter’s (Pixie Davies, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar
Children) strange behavior. But when Niska (Emily Berrington, 24:
Live Another Day) arrives at their home unannounced, the family is
pulled back into the dangerous lives of the synths.
- Making Humans 2.0 (10 min.) – Go behind the scenes with cast and
crew members to find out what to expect from the new episodes of
- A Look at the Series (3 min.) – Cast and crew members give a
behind-the-scenes look at the new series of Humans, previewing what
to expect from new and favorite characters as they learn the
ramifications of synth consciousness.
New Characters (4 min.) – Crew and cast members share a bit about
the new characters in Series 2.
- Actors: Gemma Chan, Katherine Parksinson, Tom Goodman-Hill, Emily
Berrington, Ivanno Jeremiah
- Directors: Lewis Arnold, Carl Tibbetts, Francesca Gregorini, Mark Brozel
- Format: Box set, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 2
- Rated:Not Rated
- Studio: ACORN MEDIA
- DVD Release Date: October 31, 2017
- Run Time: 378 minutes
:Top Customer Review :
1.)I really enjoy this well made British series. Even my husband, who
doesn't usually like science fiction, looks forward to watching it.
It's hard not to like. The cast of actors is talented and
captivating, and there's a good balance between plot, action and
character relationship development. I really appreciate that it's
intelligently written, exploring human psychology and raising
intriguing ideas about the nature of consciousness.
2.)This is an amazing sci fi series and I'm not even a big sci fi
fan. Such great plot twists and story lines. The story is really
brought home, literally, because much of the action revolves around
a (human) family. Artificial intelligence as represented by the
"synths," and the pros and cons of AI come right into the family's
home. So well put together. I can hardly wait for the next season!