Solos: Season 1

Solos: Season 1

Solos: Season 1

Character-driven anthology series from the creator of Hunters starring Oscar-winners Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway and Helen Mirren alongside Uzo Aduba (Mrs. America), Nicole Beharie (42), Anthony Mackie (Falcon and the Winter Soldier), Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey), and Constance Wu (Hustlers).

2021USAAmazon Studios
Drama

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
21 May 2021

Leah

A brilliant physicist obsessed with traveling through time discovers two unlikely characters standing in the way of her epic breakthrough.

EPISODE 1.2
21 May 2021

Tom

After learning his time on Earth is limited, Tom purchases a controversial new product for his family.

EPISODE 1.3
21 May 2021

Peg

While hurtling through space on a mysterious trip to the farthest reaches of the universe, Peg recounts a lifetime of events that led her to this moment.

EPISODE 1.4
21 May 2021

Sasha

Twenty years after a global event drove the world to lock themselves inside, Sasha tries to outwit her smart home that she fears may now be manipulating her to leave.

EPISODE 1.5
21 May 2021

Jenny

Jenny has been sitting in a waiting room for a maddening amount of time. After she realizes that fragments of her memory may be missing, Jenny attempts to unravel the fateful events that led her... MORE to this unique waiting room.

EPISODE 1.6
21 May 2021

Nera

After using a near-future fertility treatment, Nera is at first elated by the birth of her child. But she quickly discovers there is something unusual about her son.

EPISODE 1.7
21 May 2021

Stuart

A young man, Otto, searches for an old man, Stuart, who is believed to be suffering from dementia. Otto provides Stuart a means to regain his memory: memory implants that Otto procured on the black... MORE market. As Stuart's memory regenerates, we begin to question Otto's motives and uncover a shocking truth about Stuart's identity — a truth that reverberates throughout all seven stories of the series.

Solos: Season 1 / Reviews

Variety

Variety

The writing isn’t quite sharp enough to make its point, whatever that is.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Might inspire even the most earnest acting student to roll their eyes at its lazy self-indulgence and overwrought intensity.

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USA Today

USA Today

Solos endeavors to ask big questions without offering any big answers (or really, even feint at big answers).

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Despite its A-list cast... (Solos is) is stodgy, cheesy and woefully underdeveloped.

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Paste

Paste

Indulgent actor-y pieces that fall very flat comedically and emotionally.

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Decider

Decider

Even the sharp performances can't make up for lack of action or story propulsion.

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Stuff

Stuff

At their best, haunting, at their worst a little hackneyed, Solos offers the intriguing mix of the frightening potential of future tech and a terrific troupe of actors.

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