This Netflix docuseries The Future Of season 1 review contains no spoilers.
It is a unique and original docuseries that aims to examine new and emerging technology trends to imagine game-changing possibilities. And Netflix is never one to make its unscripted shows boring. Although the show is not deep in content; its light-hearted subject matter should draw some audiences on board.
Take the first episode “The Future of Dogs,” for example; within the first five minutes, the show educates the audience on all the different ways dogs express themselves. And therefore how we as human beings should be able to understand. But as technology develops, could our ability to understand our four-legged best friends improve? Some experts even predict that a future app will be invented to help better understand how dogs sniff, wiggle, bark, and more.
And the public learns that if the technology develops as expected, it could create a Pandora’s box. For now, it’s up to you. The future of also focuses on dating, houseplants, games, space vacations, and cheeseburgers.
And if analyzing the future of random aspects sounds interesting to you, it won’t take you long to watch the show since each episode is only about 20 minutes long.
Above all, The future of is not a hard watch and will help fill an empty afternoon. And if you live in a multi-generational household, this is the perfect watch. It’s educational, not so “educational” that younger eyes won’t understand, nor older eyes bored in minutes. Watching, it’s clear to see that the team behind the show has been invested in the various topics. And that’s just one of the reasons why The future of worth your time.
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