A young woman, on the run after 10 years in a suffocating marriage to a tech billionaire, suddenly realizes that her husband has implanted a revolutionary monitoring device in her brain that allows him to track her every move.
Made for Love is decently made and certainly watchable, but as with the in medias res opening, nonlinear storytelling, and well-covered themes about tech that goes too far, it's tough to shake the sense that we have seen this show before.
It does help that Made for Love has a half-hour running time and my tolerance for narrative stagnation at that length is high if the dialogue is sharp, the performances are strong and the themes are interesting.
Granted, the particular concept and setup might not be designed to last for very long before running out of steam; still, if it's not quite love at first sight, thanks primarily to Milioti, there's plenty here to like.
The episodes presented to the press left me wanting more, although I don't know how further can stretch its main plot but, as long as Milioti is in it, they'll have my attention. [Full Review in Spanish]