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Can technology fix our families?

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SYNOPSIS

 

 

Futuristic fairytales unfold as families use advanced bioprinting technology to overcome everyday familial dilemmas. What starts out as desire for improvement soon turns comical, bizarre and dark as human instincts, authenticity and ethical use of technology are explored. This anthology series follows a different family in each episode with the potential for plot and character crossovers.

It’s Twillight Zone meets Black Mirror meets an uncanny family dramedy.  

 

Synopsis


SYNOPSIS

 

 

Futuristic fairytales unfold as families use advanced bioprinting technology to overcome everyday familial dilemmas. What starts out as desire for improvement soon turns comical, bizarre and dark as human instincts, authenticity and ethical use of technology are explored. This anthology series follows a different family in each episode with the potential for plot and character crossovers.

It’s Twillight Zone meets Black Mirror meets an uncanny family dramedy.  

 

EPISODE IDEAS

 

Pilot

A reimagined version of the Caleb short film which insinuates other families are dealing with similar bioprinting problems.

 

Second First CRUSH

A girls first crush turns out to be her mom’s first boyfriend (brought back from the dead so she could ensure her daughter was with someone trustworthy or perhaps to re-live vicariously through her).

 

Bio printing Orphanage

Where the ‘faulty’ or test prints are sent to live. 

 

SuperPARENT

 A parent prints additional parts to make them a better parent (think a literal 'octomom').

 

Print-a-Pet

A dad’s cover-up of a poisoned cat.

 

Tough Love

Parents duplicate their son to give him a real-life example of what happens if he veers off the rails. A bizarre reality show featuring his untamed self.

 

Runaway Mom Replacement

Will the kids notice?

 

Triple Kid

Parents decide to raise three versions of their child, increasing the chances for future success.