Humans explores multiple plot lines that will inevitably intersect with Anita/Mia at the heart of it. Subtle hints about her strange, un-Synth-like behavior are dropped throughout the first two episodes and can only build into the central mystery. The pilot does a good job of slowly pulling back focus from one family to the larger issues facing this parallel world. Well written and cleverly designed, Humans brings a realistic spin to good sci-fi mystery. Kudos also go to the composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer for a fitting and delightfully creepy score. All in all, Humans is a solid new show that should provide some fun summer food for thought.