A year later, Major is back from the dead. He has been reanimated with computer chips in his brain, and he is back on duty with Carver. However, Carver has been carrying on an affair with majpor's widow.
This is a comedy, although it is not drop-dead funny.
DI John Major (Daniel Mays - Limehouse Golem (2016) ) has a software upgrade, but the language default setting is American English. This means he constantly uses American speech patterns, but it only becomes a problem when he drives on the wrong side of the road.
The oversight committee holds a meeting to see if the AI programme should be shut down. DI John Major (Daniel Mays - Limehouse Golem (2016) ) manages to bluff his way through the interview. Helen Chalmers ( Tracey Ann Oberman ), head of the oversight committee, is oddly supportive.
The drug-dealer from the shootout in Episode One is back. He has info on the person behind the setup, but he needs the bumbling cops to protect him.
The detectives are called in to act as personal protection detail for Helen Chalmers ( Tracey Ann Oberman ), head of the oversight committee.
Finally, DI John Major (Daniel Mays - Limehouse Golem (2016) ) discovers that he has superpowers.
The detective duo get a new case to investigate. A man has been beaten to death, and his wife is the main suspect. Instead of actually investigating, DI John Major (Daniel Mays - Limehouse Golem (2016) ) concentrates on repairing his own damaged marriage.
Major's super-powers include the ability to create balloon sculptures. This may be a reference to Gaff's origami skills in Blade Runner .
DI John Major (Daniel Mays - Limehouse Golem (2016) ) has been upgraded, and he says he knows everything. This seems to mean everything in regards to the case - but his partner, DI Roy Carver (Stephen Graham - Season of the Witch (2011) ), is worried that Major might know about more personal things.
This leads up to a climax that ties together all the plot threads. That said, there is a hook for the next Season.