NeXt, Season 1

NeXt, Season 1


  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2020-10-06
  • Episodes: 5
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 19.99


A thriller about the emergence of a deadly, rogue Artificial Intelligence. After discovering an artificial intelligence he created called neXt might destroy humanity, Silicon Valley pioneer Paul Leblanc tries to shutter it, only to be kicked out of the company. Paul joins forces with Special Agent Shea Salazar to fight the superintelligence that will eliminate obstacles to its own survival.


Title Time Price
1 File #1 45:44 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Next First Look 02:29 Free Buy on iTunes
3 NEXT: Character Files: Paul LeBlanc 01:21 Free Buy on iTunes


  • Missing episodes

    By Jibaro_pr
    I bough the season pass and they have not uploaded episodes 2, 3 or 4
  • Where is Episode Two?

    By Next neXt well?
    The second episode aired six days ago and it's still available. What's the deal?
  • Season Pass? One EPISODE!

    By jkeitz
    The show is great. Unfortunately, it’s $20 for just one episode! Episodes 2 and 3 have both aired on FOX, but no sign of them here. Buyer beware, this is a ripoff.
  • As Entertaining as it is inaccurate

    By MorganNelson
    Remember The Net, Hackers, Antitrust, Cypher, Takedown, Eagle Eye, Firewall, and I.T.? Well this is just like those technology thrillers but better than most of them. The only real world issue that plagues this is the fact that Hulu seems to get the new episodes MUCH faster that AppleTV+/iTunes which is the real edge of the set, keep you guessing, part of this series - when will Season Subscribers actually get to watch the season episode they paid for!?!?!
  • Lol

    By Gaspatchosoup
    Oh know this television show isn’t the most accurate thing in the world so it’s bad. Shows and movies do this, if everything was so accurate it would be boring. For what it is it was enjoyable and I’m waiting for the second episode so I can continue to enjoy it.
  • Started out bad, got worse

    By Avalonsoldier
    Other than the fact this topic has been done to death, the many technological and procedural issues were enough to discredit its viability. Since when does an FBI cyber task force keep its most important and critical evidentiary files on agent desktops that could be so easily wiped? In the real world, cyber evidence, once collected, is placed on a removable drive and stored in a very secure location where it cannot be tampered with. Even working copies are sandboxed to prevent contamination. Apparently the FBI thought so little of this production, they wouldn't even allow the series to use an actual FBI logo in its offices. Yet another attempt to produce a scary tv series based on real technology without any benefit of accuracy or reality.
  • So so.

    By AppleAntDude
    Pretty to look at, but boring and inaccurate.