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Next is a gripping thriller about a rogue AI technology on the verge of causing a global catastrophe.



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Next (2020)


Next (2020)

Year released



Crime, drama, sci-fi


A former tech CEO joins a Homeland Cybersecurity agent to stop the emergence of a rogue artificial intelligence.


  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Eve Harlow
  • Evan Whitten
  • John Slattery
An addictive and intriguing thriller, Next revolves around the efforts of a Homeland Cybersecurity team to counter an AI technology with the ability to constantly improve itself and deadly plans. They're helped by the man who invented it, a charismatic billionaire who tried to put a stop to the AI's development only to be kicked out of the company by his own brother.

Next is sleek and fast-paced, offering thoughtful commentary about the dangers of technology. It's also quite clever and features a powerhouse performance from John Slattery. Equal parts entertaining and horrifying, Next is a series that will give you plenty to think about.



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1 seasons 1 seasons


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