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The series is based on a future where one-third of the world's population has an implanted computer, named H+, which connects the human mind to the Internet 24 hours a day. The implant was created by a company called Hplus Nano Teoranta, an Irish biotechnology company founded with the intent of improving the medical sector with technology. The story begins in medias res, depicting the effects of a virus which infects the H+ implant. Concurrent episodes go back and forward in time to different settings, and various characters' viewpoints are used to tell the story.



Cast & Credits


Alexis Denisof as Conall Sheehan
Caitriona Balfe as Breanna Sheehan
Hannah Simone as Leena Param
Karrien Marsukhan as Ritu Param
Amir Arison as Y. Gurveer
David Clayton Rogers as Kenneth Lubahn
Francesca Fanti as Simona Rossi
Nikki Crawford as Julie Martin
Sean Gunn as Jason O'Brien
Samuli Vauramo as Topi Kuusela
Hannah Herzsprung as Manta
Francesco Martino as Matteo Spina
Melvin Abston as Lee Martin
Lela Loren as Francesca Rossi
James Urbaniak as Francis Peters
Carlos Bravo as Ichiro
Benjamin Clarke as Peters
Eduardo Burle Sussely as Patricio Raiz
John Cabrera as Andy

Bryan Singer (Producer)
Stewart Hendler (Director)
John Cabrera (Writer/Creator)
Cosimo De Tommaso (Writer/Creator)

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A groundbreaking new series by acclaimed producer Bryan Singer, H+: The Digital Series takes viewers on a journey into an apocalyptic future.

The series began as a long-term project in 2006. It was filmed in Santiago, Chile in 2011, over 29 days in 54 different locations, and announced at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con International. At the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, it was again promoted in anticipation of its upcoming premiere. The series is being distributed by Warner Brothers Digital Distribution in partnership with YouTube.