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H+: Season 1, Episode 17-20: Salmiakki, Advent, 7500 Kilometers, Partenza

Alexis Denisof H+ The Digital Series 7500 Kilometers

Watch H+ Series 1 Episode 17 Salmiakki, Episode 18 Advent, Episode 19 7500 Kilometers, Episode 20 PartenzaStewart Hendler‘s H+ Season 1, Episode 17: Salmiakki, Episode 18: Advent, and Episode 19: 7500 Kilometers, Episode 20: Partenza star Samuli Vauramo, Hannah Herzsprung, David Clayton Rogers, Samuel Vauramo, and Nikki Crawford.

H+ Salmiakki‘ plot synopsis: “Helsinki, Finland – 7 years before it happened
Drunk, Topi stumbles onto a fragment of a conversation online and is suddenly messaged by Manta, who he meets at their bar for a surprising exchange.”

H+ Advent‘ plot synopsis: “Oria, Italy – 2 years after it happened
Matteo experiences a vision and is awoken from his trance by someone he has been close to but never met, standing in the rain.”

H+ 7500 Kilometers‘ plot synopsis: “Mumbai, India – 1 month before it happened
Through H+, Connal shows Leena more personal parts of his life – their connection grows deeper.”

H+ Partenza‘s plot synopsis: “Oria, Italy – 2 years after it happened
As Matteo gases up his car for a trip that will take a week, he prepares a young man to lead when he’s gone…while making other preparations with his passenger.”

H+ The Digital Series was produced by Bryan Singer and “written/created by John Cabrera and Cosimo De Tommaso.”

H+ also stars Alexis Denisof, Hannah Simone, Javin ReidMarjo-Riikka MakelaChris HayesFrancesca Fanti, Amir Arison, Lela Loren, and Caitriona Balfe.

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H+ Episode 17 Salmiakki

H+ Episode 18 Advent

H+ Episode 19 7500 Kilometers

H+ Episode 20 Partenza

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