Season 1 of Electric Dreams is extremely uneven, so actually there are some episodes that are pretty good, worth about a 7/10. But there are also a number that are so bad it's hard to believe they aired them. And almost every episode has one or two parts so bad it will leave you shaking your head in bewilderment. So, all things balanced out, the season merits about a 5/10.
I do applaud the effort, and was looking forward to this show, which managed to look much better in the trailers. It also has a lot going for it, with many high-quality actors on board (who are often wasted, unfortunately). Where the show seems to fall apart is in writing and direction. Some episodes are so amateurish they look like they were made by high-school students. The low budget also really shows, especially in the earlier episodes. (For some strange reason, the last four episodes are much better overall - not sure why. It's almost like a different series.)
The best episodes are 8 ("Autofac" - with the exception of the cringe inducing shower scene), 9 ("Safe and Sound"), 7 ("Kill all Others"), and 5 ("Real Life"). The worst are 4 ("Crazy Diamond") and 3 ("The Commuter"). The rest are either so-so or have good parts but also bits so awful that it ruins them.
Another problem with the show is that it is so blatantly derivative: it's supposed to be based on Phillip K. Dyck stories, but in reality they're mostly just trying to copy the look and feel of Black Mirror (but without anywhere near the same quality of execution). I should also mention that the final episode, "Father", is an obvious "Stranger Things" knock-off. If this show is going to have a future, they need to carve out their own niche and stop copying other shows. They are also going to have to find better writers/directors.
In sum, very uneven, but worth checking out the best episodes listed above. At least watch those ones first, because if you start from episode 1, you might well give up before you get to them.