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A young computer engineer, Lily, investigates the secretive development division of her employer, a cutting-edge tech company based in San Francisco, which she believes is behind the disappearance of her boyfriend.
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  • The End Is Near

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    The End Is Near

    There is only one episode left.

    DEVS has reached its final stretch.

    On DEVS Season 1 Episode 7, the end is near. 

    Penultimate episodes are often even more important than finales. If the central conflict of the finale isn't properly set up in the preceding episode, audiences won't be left with a sense of closure. 

    DEVS seems to be avoiding this misstep. We've now entered the final stage of DEVS, and there seems to be little left to unravel. 

    If anything, instead of worrying how DEVS will have time to wrap everything up, I'm more concerned with what they'll do to fill another hour.

    We know Lily is going to do something to trigger the end of DEVS in the finale. How will the writers stretch that out? 

    All the characters are in the right places, all character motivations are clear, and the conflict is well-defined. 

    Hopefully, there are many more plot twists to come. Otherwise, th...
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  • Romance in Sci-Fi?

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    Romance in Sci-Fi?

    Was that almost a feel-good episode of DEVS?

    In a show that's been mostly non-stop plot twists and tech jargon, DEVS Season 1 Episode 6 had the closest thing to a happy ending we've gotten thus far. 

    It was a nice change of pace, since DEVS has been turning into a convoluted explanation of the multiverse theory in the past few episodes.

    But this time we got moments with these characters that provided backstory and context for the events to come. With only two episodes left of the series, it was about time!

    After breaking Lily out of the psychiatric hospital Forest and Kenton put her in, Jamie drives Lily to Forest's house for a confrontation. It's not his idea, but Lily aptly pointed out that neither of them has the funds to run away, and that no media source will take them seriously. There's no easy way out.

    You got me out. Chivalry.

    Lily

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  • Episode 5

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    Episode 5

    This episode provided a lot of information at once. 

    On DEVS Season 1 Episode 5, we learned the background stories of multiple characters and the ultimate motivation behind DEVS.

    This series is now in its final act, with only three more episodes to come after this.

    It was nice to see Sergei again in more than one brief flashback. This time around we got to see how he and Lily met and how they fell in love.

    It's still frustrating that Sergei had to be the character to die to set off the chain of events of DEVS since the limited amount of screentime he gets always steals the show.

    Karl Glusman brings charisma to a role that could easily fall flat. Unfortunately, DEVS still lacks in building up the emotional connections between characters, but we got the closest we have thus far in this episode.

    You are creative, you are unexpected, funny, clever, hot. Awesome in every way. So yeah, I'm in love ...
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  • Episode 4

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    Episode 4

    Another one bites the dust.

    On DEVS Season 1 Episode 4 Lyndon's the next one to leave the DEVS program.

    However, it's not her choice. 

    Lyndon discovers a way to hear actual soundbites from the past, and Forest is not pleased.

    It is a bit confusing since the whole point of DEVS, from what we've seen so far, is getting a clear picture of the past so that Forest can see his daughter again. Why would he be against hearing her, too?

    It seems his anger ties into the web DEVS has been weaving all along: the theory of the multiverse. 

    Forest: Everything we do is predicated on the idea that we live in a physical universe, not a magical universe.
    Katie: Are you doubting that?
    Forest: Not the physical universe. But I am scared we might be magicians.

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