You live. You love. You die. Now RUN.
This is the 12th episode in the second season of ReMade, a 14-episode serial from Serial Box. This episode written by Matt Cody.
Reeling from Umta’s death, the teens try to regroup. They won the battle but lost someone important to them, and at the hands of one of their own, no less. They’ll have to decide what to do with Cole…but first, it’s time to say goodbye.
One moment proved fateful for a group of teenagers—and not just because it’s the moment they all happened to die. At the moment of their deaths, they were snatched forward into the future and remade in a world they hardly recognize. Now, after facing murderous robots and an unpredictable environment, the teens have begun to find their footing. But can they survive long enough to figure out why they were remade? And will they ever be able to stop running?
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