Will the tools on this site be up to the task? Of course I hope the answer is yes. They have stood me in good stead up until now, but that has always been in oeuvres intended to stand alone.
I lean heavily on "The Writer's Journey" when I construct a story but I suspect in this case Chris Vogler's twelve steps will guide the overarching, season-long shape of each character's tale. In creating any given episode, Jeff Kitchen's "sequence, proposition and plot" will likely be more useful. It is the immediacy of the first two questions that draws me to that conclusion. Question #1 is, "What is the object of the story?" That translates into, "Why tell this story in the first place?", "Why should anyone care about this tale?", "Why should I care about writing this tale?"
Question #2 is, "What happens on-screen with real actors to demonstrate that object?" As one writes an individual episode, knowing the answer to that question will not only facilitate writing the first draft, but will also protect you when the slings and arrows of self-doubt begin to fly.
I will let you know if this is how it turns out in fact, but I envision something like this: Episode #8, "The Competition," is about male rivalry and the scene that really brings home the bacon is where the old boyfriend confronts Andy [the android sexbot] with, "You stole my girl, you son of a bitch!"