Omniscient (NetFlix) TV Series Cast & Crew, Roles, Release Date, Story, Videos, Trailer

Omniscient is an American Science Fiction TV Series (2020). Omniscient TV Series is release on 29 January, 2020 on NetfliX. Omniscient is looking full of Science Fiction.

Omniscient is a Web Series on NetFlix. Main Star Cast of Omniscient are Carla Salle, Sandra Corveloni and Jonathan Haagensen.

Here we share the Full List of (NetFlix) Omniscient Web Series Cast & Crew, Roles, Release Date, Story, Videos, Trailer.

Omniscient TV Series Cast & Crew

Omniscient TV Series Cast

Carla Salle

Carla Salle

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Sandra Corveloni

Sandra Corveloni

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Jonathan Haagensen

Jonathan Haagensen

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Guilherme Prates

Guilherme Prates

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Luana Tanaka

Luana Tanaka

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Marcello Airoldi

Marcello Airoldi

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Marco Antônio Pâmio

Marco Antônio Pâmio

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Omniscient TV Series Directed

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Omniscient TV Series Produced

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Omniscient TV Series Cast

Omniscient TV Series Writing Credits

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Omniscient TV Series Creator

  • Pedro Aguilera

Omniscient TV Series Distributor

Omniscient TV Series Release Dates

  • 29 January 2020

Omniscient TV Series Trailer

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Omniscient TV Series Story

In a city where citizens are monitored 24/7, a tech employee must outsmart her surveillance drone in order to investigate a murder.

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