Articles for Almost Human Season 1

FOX announced its schedule for the 2013-2014 TV season, and there‘s a whole lot of experimentation. The network is splitting its fall season, meaning the schedule will be slightly different before and after it airs the baseball playoffs and World Series in October.  Read more »
The annual San Diego Comic-Con will be upon us again in just under a month from now. Warner Bros. just announced which of their TV shows will be hosting panels and sneak peeks at the big event, including The Big Bang Theory, The Vampire Diaries and Revolution. And ABC has announced three shows that will be featured as well -- Marvel‘s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Once Upon a Time and its spin-off Once Upon a Time in Wonderland -- which are sure to receive a lot of buzz at Comic-Con 2013, which will run from Thursday, July 18 to Sunday, July 21. Read more »
FOX announced their schedule and new shows for the 2013-14 television schedule today. They are launching four new dramas, including two this upcoming fall and two sometime in 2014. FOX has released trailers for Almost Human, Sleepy Hollow and Rake, which all have been placed on the schedule. Read more »
The 2013 San Diego Comic-Con will be here before we know it, so to help you plan for the big event, check out all the television-related panels and event information for Friday, July 19. Read more »
FOX is the fourth network to announce its fall premiere dates and the schedule features early premieres for a number of shows. While the other networks are waiting until Monday, September 23 to start the TV season, most of FOX‘s shows will already be on the air by then.  Read more »
Almost Human is a new fall show that examines the line between humanity and technology through the lives of two police partners. John Kennex is a cop with a robotic leg who is partnered with Dorian, a synthetic with human characteristics. They will be challenged to accept and learn from each other. Read more »
Welcome to 2048! Almost Human jumps into the future to take a look at what a technologically advanced world will look like and how crime will evolve as the society does. Karl Urban (Star Trek) plays John Kennex, a cop that barely survived an ambush, and Michael Ealy (Think Like a Man) is an android, Dorian.‘Almost Human‘ Interviews: The Cast Discusses the Balance of Technology and Humanity>>> Read more »
In the future if you want a little companionship, there‘s a sexbot for you. They will listen to you or ... do other stuff. Almost Human‘s premiere set up this futuristic world by introducing the characters in a very serious and dangerous environment howcasing the mysterious Syndicate. Read more »
Over the first few episodes of Almost Human, the show has been able to incorporate humor into some serious situations. On this week‘s "The Bends," the humor will be stepped up when Rudy gets out of his lab and goes undercover. Read more »
The best part of Almost Human over the first few episodes has been the ro-bromance moments between John Kennex (Karl Urban) and Dorian (Michael Ealy). They have quickly developed a unique and hilarious banter as they learn about each other. Read more »
Almost Human provides a unique look at the future, technology and law enforcement. That unusual environment sets the stage for one of the best and funniest partnerships on television -- the ro-bromance between John Kennex and Dorian. Read more »
What starts out looking like a fairly typical murder trial turns into a anything but on Almost Human when a witness in protective custody is killed while testifying remotely. With no evidence or motive, the case is based entirely on the testimony of two eye witnesses.  Read more »
Almost Human takes us to 2048 to a time when things aren‘t all that much different than they are today. The technology may be more advanced and society has evolved, but people are more or less the same. It‘s a future that feels more familiar than not. Read more »
The situation got tense when a hostage situation ended up not being at all what it seemed on Almost Human. In "Are You Receiving?" John and Dorian worked the case from the inside, while Maldonado negotiated with the hostage takers. Read more »
Way to go, Rudy! Almost Human may take place in the future, yet "The Bends" felt more like a traditional procedural case instead one taking place in 2048. The investigation into Bishop and his drug business felt familiar instead of unique to the time period. Read more »
Almost Human examines the dark side of medical care in"Arrhythmia." Even though transplanted organs are mechanical instead of human in 2048, they are expensive and in limited supply. Instead of destroying the mechanical organs upon the recipient‘s death, a mortuary worker recovered the organs for re-transplant on the black market. Read more »
Do you get cranky or emotional if you don‘t eat enough? On Almost Human, Dorian definitely needs to be fully recharged or else he acts up. His low charge status did provide some comic relief in an otherwise serious and deadly episode, "Simon Says." Read more »
FOX is offering Bones fans a double dose of good news. First, the David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel drama has been officially renewed for a 10th season for next year. Additionally, the show is moving back to Mondays starting in March.  Read more »
A deadly killing bot is captured and put into evidence on "Unbound." That would seem routine, but it ends up being a ruse to a rescue an even deadlier bot, the XRN, from the evidence locker. Will Dorian be able to help capture the XRN? Read more »
All robots are not like Dorian in the world of Almost Human. In "Unbound," a deactivated killer robot found a new life and wreaked havoc around town. Initially, her mission was unclear, but as the secrets unraveled an even bigger threat was exposed. And, the existence of a mysterious wall with a seemingly unpleasant life on the other side was revealed Read more »
Almost Human introduced a unique characteristic that some future people possess in "Perception."  The team investigated the mysterious deaths of two classmates who died at the same time even though they weren‘t together. Meanwhile, John Kennex‘s continued his quest to find out the truth about the ambush and Anna‘s involvement. Read more »
In the future, a smart house is much more than a computer system on Almost Human. In "Disrupt," it‘s a human hologram and responsible for killing its owner. Was the home system hacked? Kennex and Dorian set out to find the truth after they take over the case when Paul takes a personal day. Read more »
A killer smart home hit on Almost Human. In "Disrupt," Kennex and Dorian set out to find the person responsible for hacking smart homes and using the computers to kill their residents. The future is a dangerous place when people aren‘t even safe alone in their own homes. Read more »
Crazy killers exist today and they‘re still around in the future on Almost Human. In "Beholder," people were killed as a side effect of a procedure to steal their facial features. The killer probably would have gotten away with it if he hadn‘t targeted a Chrome. Once he made that mistake, it was only a matter of time before he was caught. Read more »
Almost Human season 1 comes to an end with tonight‘s "Straw Man." Given the ratings, it‘s unclear whether or not the show‘s likely to be renewed or not. It could go either way. Dorian‘s continued assignment on the force is up for review. Will stay or will he go? Read more »
Almost Human closed out its first season with one of the strongest episodes of the season. "Straw Man" started out as a typical homicide case, but quickly became much more. It was about a 10 year old serial killer case that involved Kennex‘s father. Read more »
The future is not bright for the FOX drama Almost Human. After just one season, the network has cancelled the series.  Read more »
The 2014 Emmy nominations are out, and there‘s a lot to love and a lot to be angry about. Optimists can look at the domination of great shows like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad wile pessimists can steam about the absurd snub of Orphan Black‘s Tatiana Maslany.  Read more »