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Ruth Bradley [1] as D. She is rescued from a synth-laboured facility by Leo and co. Pete is dissatisfied with Simon, thinking that he is his replacement. Karen wants to end her life but her programming forbids suicide.

She is skilled in computer programming and hacking. He stays with the Hawkins briefly in series 2. Tudor also portrays V series 3an artificial intelligence developed by Athena Morrow based on her deceased daughter Virginia.

Those around her have not discovered that she is a conscious synth and was created Human and television David Elster to replace his deceased wife, Beatrice. She presents herself as unconcerned about the conscious synthetics, but in reality she has already independently developed her own sentient A.

Sonya Cassidy as Hester series 2[6] a synth who becomes self-aware from the consciousness program unleashed across the world.

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Dino Fetscher as Stanley series 3 [7]an "Orange-Eyed" synth given to a reluctant Laura by the Dryden commission group as her personal synth and protector. Neil Maskell [3] as D.

He forms a special bond with his outdated caregiver synth named Odi.

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She is dissatisfied with Pete. Katherine Parkinson [2] as Laura Hawkins, a lawyer and mother of three who feels uncomfortable around synths. She names the new family synth Anita after a friend of hers who has moved away, and develops a strong affection for the synth.

Karen Voss series 1—3police partner of D. Main[ edit ] Introduced in series 1[ edit ] Manpreet Bachu [1] as Harun Khan series 1a friend of Mattie, who helps her hack the synths. She had concerns about Anita and sought to find out more about her.

Mark Bonnar as Dr Neil Sommer series 3 [7]a charming scientist on a government commission with whom Laura develops a strong personal connection. Despite her own intelligence, she feels useless, claiming that synths will soon be able to do anything she can do. Colin Morgan [2] as Leo Elster, son of David Elster, a part-synth fugitive believed by the rest of the world to have died in a car accident; he was in a fatal accident as a child and his father developed synth components to cope with the damage to his brain.

At the end of the third season, Niska meets V, originally Odi, who tells her she is unique and has great power.

Pete Drummond series 1—2an unhappy Special Technologies Task Force officer who has always been suspicious of synths. William Hurt [2] as Dr George Millican series 1a retired artificial intelligence researcher and widower who suffers memory loss and physical disabilities secondary to a stroke.

After a whirlwind relationship with Astrid, Niska returns to the Hawkins and asks to be tried as a human for her crimes.

Hobb is a key player in the quiet government investigation to find the four synths deemed a threat. By the second series, Pete and Jill have separated and Pete is shown to be involved with Karen despite his knowledge of her true nature.

In the second season, she uploads the consciousness program to the synth network, but only a few synths are successfully upgraded. In the third season, after Astrid is injured in a terrorist attack, Niska spends the series looking for revenge for her girlfriend.Human Television's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

Humans is an eight part drama from AMC, Channel 4 and Kudos.

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The series is set in a parallel present where the must-have gadget is a 'Synth', a highly developed robotic human looking servant/10(). Humans (stylised as HUM∀NS) is a science fiction television series that debuted on Channel 4.

Written by the British team Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley, based on the Swedish science fiction drama Real Humans, the series explores the themes of artificial intelligence and robotics, focusing on the social, cultural, and psychological Theme music composer: Cristobal Tapia de Veer.

Judging by the sound of this seven-song mini-album from Human Television, the land of oranges and grapefruit is the last place you'd expect the artful quartet to hail ultimedescente.comg elements of modern rock's formative years, the Florida-bred band is as derivative as it is innovative on songs like "Tell Me What You Want" and "Saw You Walking By.".

Watch full episodes of Superhuman at now! Host Kal Penn presents five constestants who vie for a $50, grand prize as they demonstrate their unique talents before a celebrity panel, which includes former boxer Mike Tyson, singer Christina Milian and neuroscientist Dr.

Rahul Jandial. Jun 14,  · Watch video · With Katherine Parkinson, Gemma Chan, Lucy Carless, Tom Goodman-Hill. In a parallel present where the latest must-have gadget for any busy family is a 'Synth' - a highly-developed robotic servant that's so similar to a real human it's transforming the way we live.8/10(K).

Human and television
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