Instead, “The One” falls backward to Rebecca (Hannah Ware), the ardently enriched founder of this modern miracle, who is given a kind of TED talk, incorporating similar parts of Jeff Bezos and Opin Winfrey A life has been given. Rebecca enthusiastically speaks about providing people with a match that they are “genetically guaranteed to fall in love with,” in flashbacks during later episodes “It will change relationships and dating forever” . “
Meanwhile, throughout life, different lives are affected by this technique, including a happy couple, with the risk that this risk is not the genetically fixed partners of each other.
“The One” thus sounds like many different stories in one, none of them completely satisfying, wasting time on a mystery that is better-than-its-love-through-chemistry element at its core Much less stimulating – or timely.
As noted, there is a fairly deep and probable earthquake about the notion that the search for love can be simply answered with information in a strand of hair, but “The One” periodically delves into its crimes. / Loses sight in emphasizing cone components.
Thanks to the charm of the Netflix showcase, the show will be watched by a lot of people who may have never seen “Soulmate”. But in the DNA-dating drama’s two-horse race, “The One” is uniquely second.
“The One” will premiere on Netflix on March 12.