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Young computer engineer Lily Chan investigates the secretive development division of her employer, a cutting-edge tech company based in San Francisco, which she believes is behind the murder of her boyfriend.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Devs

Devs - S1E8

#1 - Episode 8


Season 1 - Episode 8

Lily arrives for her final confrontation with Forest and Katie.

The episode was rated from 866 votes.

Devs - S1E7

#2 - Episode 7


Season 1 - Episode 7

The Devs team perfect the system, and Forest and Katie wait for completion of the Devs project. Lily and Jamie try to avoid its threat, but a visit from Kenton leaves Lily with no choice.

The episode was rated from 869 votes.

Devs - S1E4

#3 - Episode 4


Season 1 - Episode 4

After Lily’s behavior at Amaya, Kenton forces her to see a psychiatrist. The Devs team disagree over the ethics of their invention, and Forest asserts his commitment to the project.

The episode was rated from 984 votes.

Devs - S1E6

#4 - Episode 6


Season 1 - Episode 6

Lily and Jamie visit Forest looking for answers, and Katie reveals to Lily the true nature of the Devs system.

The episode was rated from 872 votes.

Devs - S1E3

#5 - Episode 3


Season 1 - Episode 3

Lily returns to work at Amaya and explains her suspicions to Jen and Anya. Forest is visited by Line, a powerful senator asking questions about the Devs project.

The episode was rated from 1030 votes.

Devs - S1E2
#6 - Episode 2
Season 1 - Episode 2

Lily enlists ex-boyfriend Jamie’s help to investigate Sergei’s disappearance. She begins to question what she really knew about Sergei.

The episode was rated from 1146 votes.
Devs - S1E1
#7 - Episode 1
Season 1 - Episode 1

When her boyfriend Sergei vanishes after starting a new job at the secretive Devs division of tech company Amaya, software engineer Lily begins to suspect that his disappearance may not be as clear-cut as it seems.

The episode was rated from 1362 votes.
Devs - S1E5
#8 - Episode 5
Season 1 - Episode 5

Kenton pays Jamie a visit to guarantee his silence, while Katie covertly exploits the Devs system for her own ends.

The episode was rated from 926 votes.

Last updated: jun 20, 2021



Alex Garland, the man behind Ex Machina and Annihilation has done it again. Floored by the first two episodes. The man creates art.


It only took me 5 minutes to start cringing at this show. American gringo with fake Russian accent. Currently there doesn’t seem to go one American show/movie by without a dig at Russia. It's okay, but could they seriously not find a native Russian actor? Is this so hard for Hollywood?


Something in me tells me this could have been so much more and better. It's a good tv show don't get me wrong, it's enjoyable and there's some nice ideas in there. [spoiler] But the whole oh we have to just follow the tram lines cause we have no choice so now I'm going to say this and you're going to say that and we're going to walk that door just like the machine told us we'll do, and then the big turnaround when Lilly threw away the gun, disobeying the predetermined nature of our universe etc. I mean come on, I suspect that people who watch and enjoy these kind of shows need a little bit more than that. Also, what? In the machine? What does that even mean you live in the machine? Physically? The machine doesn't even create atoms, it just projects what it predicts so it's not even a simulation. In code as part of a program? That wouldn't be less weird either. So I gave up and just looked at the tv show more like an abstract kind of piece of art and I can live with that. And it's a great show. But F this could have been so much more interesting in my opinion. [/spoiler]


What I hoped for: descent cyberpunk tech noir detective with megacorporation and government conspiracy What I got instead: another religious centered bullshit trivia


It reminds me of Mr. Robot, Legion, Ex Machina and Enter The Void all mixed in one show. As a developer its kinda fun (really fun) to hear the quantum computing implicit context, besides the determinism of the world (in a NP-Completeness perspective), when you think about superposition in physics and the CEO' discourse. Anyways, its a good show if you want to feel that good anxiety and / or a (bad) LSD trip


In addition, it was a quite boring start.


I take back my review. This was a waste of 8 hours of my life. Beyond being super duper slow. The whole concept was dumb. This was basically someone’s art project. Def not for the masses.


Liked a lot of it, but the lead actress is just awful. Maybe she was written this way, but I found it off putting. Still interesting, but maybe that's just my brain saying it had to be, since I loved Ex Machina.


This show is not for everyone. Great cinematography, audio/visuals, tone, etc. but veeeeerrrrrrry sloooooooow. The acting is slow. People move slow. They talk slow & replies are even slower. Camera moves slow. It’s not normal or real. If you don't like slow moving show, you'll hate this show. If you want something artistic, watch this show. However, majority of people will hate this show.


Love the art and atmosphere, but can somebody please wake me up when this gets interesting? The actors are putting me to sleep.

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