In a dystopian future where humanity has mysteriously stopped having children, a scientific breakthrough is announced that has produced fertilized embryos and a lottery is held to determine the 100 women who will give birth. But the entire world turns out to have been victimized by a vast conspiracy. Created by Timothy J. Sexton, author of the 2006 film Children of Men on a similar theme.


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  Episode #     Prod #      Air Date   Titles
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Season 1

1.     1-1                 20 Jul 14   Pilot
2.     1-2                 27 Jul 14   Rules of the Game
3.     1-3                 03 Aug 14   Greater Good
4.     1-4                 10 Aug 14   Genie
5.     1-5                 17 Aug 14   Crystal City
6.     1-6                 24 Aug 14   Sleep Deprived
7.     1-7                 07 Sep 14   St. Michael
8.     1-8                 14 Sep 14   Truth Be Told
9.     1-9                 21 Sep 14   Mr. Torino
10.    1-10                28 Sep 14   In Extremis


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NOTES
related series: Lottery! (1983)

 


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