Amazon Prime's 'The Feed' Showcases a Tech Dystopian Future

Focusing on mishandled tech that connects everyone’s emotions with each other.

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Amazon Studio has released a new trailer for its upcoming Amazon Prime series The Feed, a science fiction drama that focuses on a tech dystopian future.

Based on a novel written by Nick Clark Window, the footage above centers on the titular technology, which allows humans to instantly connect and share every human experience with each other through instant recording.

A couple attempts to keep their baby daughter from connecting to the hivemind network, however, the father Tom (David Thewlis) created the tech, and the mother Kate is the CEO of the company behind it. When a hacker introduces immense violence to the network, it infects everyone connected, the family must protect themselves from their twisted creation.

Check out the trailer above, and watch The Feed when it arrives on Amazon Prime November 22.

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