The Bite: Season 1

The Bite: Season 1

The Bite: Season 1

During an unexpected, deadly second wave of the coronavirus outbreak in New York City, two neighbors, Rachel and Lily, navigate life in quarantine. While Rachel juggles her many telemedicine clients as well as a shaky, passionless marriage, Lily is upstairs just trying to convince her Wall Street clientele that her very specific skillset is still just as valuable over video as it was in person.

2021Rating: TV-MAUSA
ComedyDrama
EPISODE 1.1

The First Wave

While conducting telehealth appointments from her New York City brownstone, Rachel tends to one of her patients with an strange injury. Upstairs, Lily finds herself in a risky position with one of her clients.

EPISODE 1.2

The Second Wave

Lily figures out what to do with her dangerous client. Rachel attempts to gather evidence from her various patients to present to her husband, who works at the CDC.

EPISODE 1.3

The Third Wave

Rachel attempts to coax confidential CDC information from Zach. Lily tries to continue pursuing her career dreams despite the chaos.

EPISODE 1.4

The Fourth Wave

Rachel continues to seek information regarding the virus, while also managing an alarming situation in Lily's life. Meanwhile, Zach is under scrutiny at the CDC.

EPISODE 1.5

The Fifth Wave

Rachel enlists Lily's help with an important task in order to further her mother's medical research into a cure. Zach learns surprising information from his CDC colleague and former lover.

EPISODE 1.6

The Sixth Wave

Racing against time, Rachel and Lily are forced to make a decision that could alter their lives in order to save humanity.

The Bite: Season 1 / Reviews

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The show slowly sputters out in a mawkish and ungainly mix of sentimentality and plodding action...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Despite moderate creativity, The Bite's dated limitations outweigh its pleasures.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Modestly clever, consistently lively, funny in some spots and tedious in others...

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