The Feed is the British sci-fi adventure television series. The series is the adaptation of the novel, The Feed, written by Nick Clark Windo. The series premiered on 6 September 2019 on Virgin TV in the UK. Later on 22 November 2019, the show began its streaming on Prime Video for the rest of the world.
The show on its release received mixed reviews. The Feed scored 6.2/10 on IMDb and 57% on Rotten Tomatoes.
About the show feed season 2
The show revolves around the near-future London. Lawrence Hettfield develops a technology which gets omnipresent, and names it “The Feed”. This omnipresent technology gets implanted on everyone’s brains. The technology is created by Lawrence and his wife Meredith. They oversee the rumors going around that the implant is driving people crazy. Using this, people can share emotions, information, and memories with an instant. It connects everyone to a conventional neural network, where all the information is easily accessible.
Things start to go wrong when the Feed malfunctions. This error in the system makes everyone go murderous. It now gets on the Hetfield family to rectify the errors in the system before their family gets killed. Tom, the son of Lawrence needs to destroy the Feed before it destroys everything. According to some analysts, the show length is too long for practical content. The episodes are an hour-long, and sometimes feel to be unnecessarily long. Although the plot and the setting of the show are quite strong, the show length gives it all away.
Also, there is no clarity about the implantation of Feed. Is it mandatory or optional, the answer isn’t clear.
About feed season 2
The fans of the show are anticipating the second season for a long time. There is still no announcement, on the release of the second season. But it’s going to return for sure. The COVID pandemic has affected the production of every show and movie. We can assume the season 2 to come out sometime in 2021.
- Michelle Fairley as Meredith Hatfield
- Guy Burnet as Thomas Edward “Tom” Hatfield
- Nina Toussaint-White as Kate Hatfield
- Jeremy Neumark Jones as Ben Hatfield
- Clare-Hope Ashitey as Evelyn “Evie” Kern
- Osy Ikhile as Maxwell Jeremiah “Max” Vaughn
- Shaquille Ali-Yebuah as Danny Morris
- Chris Reilly as Gil Tomine
- Jing Lusi as Miyu Hatfield
- Tanya Moodie as Sue Cole
- David Thewlis as Lawrence Emmanuel Hatfield