Though I didn’t get to that part, based on comments I read from people who did, I think we are thinking of the same story. But a lot of stories that do the surprise pregnancy drama have stuff like this, so we could also be thinking of two different stories that sound exactly the same.
It’s fine to want to read stories where the drama is caught up in the pregnancy: the surprise, who knows what, will the dad stick around, etc. Buuuut I really think stories should be clear that this is what drives the plot before readers get invested. Pregnancy plot lines tend to devour stories, and when those stories seem like they are going to have drama stemming from things like world-building, the baby daddy drama tropes coming in and derailing things can be very frustrating. Especially because Episode is saturated with formulaic romance, and when you think you find a sci fi or thriller, you generally don’t want it to be a farcical pregnancy drama in disguise.
So instead of describing a story as, “You’re the sole human on a planet of robots,” just be upfront about the fact that the real plot is “What happens when you become pregnant with a robot baby… and you’re a human!?”