Christian Slater & Rami Malek in 2015's Mr. Robot.Although it may not be as great as everyone suggests, Mr. Robot does offer brilliant television that's just a tad bit different then anything else out there right now.
Mr. Robot is downright fascinating in its own way. Each episode is a compelling story circling around the show's ever more interesting lead character-Elliot, who's a vigilante computer programmer. Although it's set in current time, the show has its own world, and by the end of the first episode your dragged into it and wanting more, despite how different it really is.
Mr. Robot isn't the best new show of 2015, it's far from perfect. There's many confusing elements to the storylines, and you have to be absolutely paying attention toe very episode in order to completely understand what's going on. Mr. Robot isn't for the faint of heart. That being said, once you do spend time in it's world, it pays off greatly.
There's also some fairly decent acting from everyone involved.
What works great with Mr. Robot is that each character in the show is fascinating in their own way. You don't get bored with the multiple characters; you want more of them.
The fast paced story keeps you at the edge of your seat with every episode.
Mr. Robot isn't like other new television shows, it has its own feel and touch to it and that also is what makes it a great new T.V. show.
For those willing to dig themselves into a new series and a new world that doesn't revolve around police detectives, private investigators, super heroes or aliens-Mr. Robot is the one for you.
Where can you watch it? Season 1 will be available on Prime in February. It's on USA network.