Colin Woodell, Betty Gabriel, Stephanie Nogueras, Billy Drago, Andrew Bryniarski
A group of 20-somethings gather once a week via Skype to play a round of Cards Against Humanity. One of the group, Matias (Colin Woodell), is a programmer who has taken a laptop from a lost and found because he needs a faster machine to help him build ASL translation software so he can communicate with his deaf girlfriend Amaya (Stephanie Nogueras).
When recently widowed father David Kim (John Cho) misses several late-night FaceTime calls from his 16-year-old daughter Margot (Michelle La) and discovers the next morning that she's missing, he breaks into her laptop to look for clues.
Detective Rosemary Vick (Debra Messing) is assigned to the case, and with her help, David begins digging through his daughter’s search history and the live-streaming services he didn't know she used. Although David hopes Margot has merely run away, as the evidence piles up it points to the fact that something sinister could have happened to Margot.
In a world where puppets co-exist with humans, hard-boiled puppet detective Phil Phillips (Bill Barretta), a former cop, sets off on the trail of the serial killer who murdered his brother. The killer, who is now targeting the cast members of the 1980s television series The Happytime Gang, has set his sights on Phil's former girlfriend, Jenny (Elizabeth Banks).