If Bernie Sanders gets elected president, then maybe we won't see the plot of Syfy's newest series come to fruition. The niche network is embracing its bleak sci-fi roots and has ordered Incorporated, a dystopian drama about what the world would be like if corporations got out of control. I mean, more out of control than they already are.

Incorporated comes from Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's Pearl Street Productions and follows an executive named Ben Larson (Reign's Sean Teale) who infiltrates a company in order to save the woman he loves. Ummmm... okay? Further details on the plot aren't available, so we'll just have to deduce that there's some corporate espionage and deadly consequences somewhere in there. 24's Dennis Haysbert, Stargate: SG-1's David Hewlett, and Continuum's Ian Tracey also star.

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David and Alex Pastor (Selfless) created the series, and The Good Wife's Ted Humphrey will serve as showrunner. The first season has a 13-episode order, and will premiere this fall.

Things at Syfy are looking good as of late, with 12 Monkeys, The Expanse, and The Magicians all having strong debuts, and Hunters in the can for the spring.

Does Incorporated sound sci-fi enough for you?