Eve no Jikan revolves around the timeless question of whether androids could ever possibly have any form of emotions. With the story for the most part taking place within a secret cafe involving a cast made up of both andriods and humans. Though Eve no Jikan does a wonderous job in blurring the line between them to such a degree that it becomes almost impossible to actually tell them apart. Though the overall theme in Eve no Jikan as been explored before in other forms such as the movie I,Robot or Bicentennial Man, but instead as following the exact same course that either of those movies followed Eve no Jikan instead tends to focus a bit more on societies reaction to andriods with emotions.
There aren't a whole lot of reason as to why someone shouldn't wacth this. The story is interesting and engaging and can actually lead one to think about what the future would be like if such things were to ever occur within our own reality. The animation as a whole looks amazing with things like excellent lighting and detailed graphics making the show look rather stunning. Though the series lacks any action and the central focus being the conversations it should still be an enjoyable watch for just about anyone.