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 more
With the Olympics finally coming to an end last night, Almost Human will air it’s first episode without going up against this major competition like it has for the past few weeks. It will be interesting to see if the ratings for “Beholder” are a marked more
If ever there were a case for airing Almost Human episodes out of order, tonight's "Beholder" would be it.
All season we've lamented the uneven and out of sequence order of events and wondered why such decisions were made when they didn't seem to more
People who live in well armed smart homes are more likely to be murdered by their houses. On Almost Human , though, the law fails to address killer smart houses, someone takes justice—and the houses—into their own hands. 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 more
This week’s episode of Almost Human was a lot better than last week’s, especially with the case that they were dealing with. The scene where we saw the couple dying felt like a classic horror movie, especially with the holographic butler.