Genre: Crime Drama, Science Fiction
Premise: In 2048, police officer John Kennex wakes up from a 17-month coma without his girlfriend, his partner -- and without one of his legs. While Kennex survived a catastrophic attack on the police department, his partner, relationship and one limb did not. Now outfitted with highly sophisticated synthetic appendage -- along with depression, trauma on-set OCD and PTSD -- Kennex is persuaded to come back to work by longtime ally Capt. Sandra Maldonado. As all cops are required to work with a robot, Kennex must overcome his aversion to androids and get accustomed to his new partner: a discontinued android with unexpected emotional responses.
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