Depending on your interests, not every episode will be to your taste. But once you find one that suits you, The Future Of is an educational and thought-provoking watch for the family.
This review of the Netflix docuseries The Future Of season 1 does not contain any spoilers.
This is a unique and quirky docuseries that aims to examine new and emerging tech trends to imagine revolutionary possibilities. And Netflix is never one to do its unscripted shows in a boring fashion. While the show may not go deep in content; its lighthearted subject manner should get some audiences on board.
Take episode one “The Future of Dogs,” for example; within the first five minutes, the show informs the audience about all the different ways that dogs express themselves. And therefore, how we as humans should be able to understand. But as technology grows, could our ability to understand our four-legged best friends improve? Some experts even predict that a future app will be invented to help provide an even deeper understanding of how dogs sniff, wiggle, bark, etc.
And audiences learn that if technology does grow as expected, it might create a Pandora’s Box. For now, you can be the one to decide. The Future Of also focuses on dating, houseplants, gaming, space vacations, and cheeseburgers.
And if analyzing the future of random aspects sounds interesting to you, it will not take you long to watch the show as each episode is only approximately 20 minutes long.
Above all, The Future Of is not a hard watch and will help fill up an empty afternoon. And if you’re living in a household of different generations, this is the perfect watch. It’s educational, not too “educational” so that younger eyes will not understand, nor will older eyes grow bored within minutes. While watching, it’s clear to see that the team behind the show was invested in the different subject matters. And that is just one of the reasons why The Future Of is worth your time.
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