Mr. Robot

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Mr. Robot follows Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek), a young cyber-security engineer who becomes involved in the underground hacker group fsociety, after being recruited by their mysterious leader (Christian Slater).
Starring
Rami MalekChristian SlaterPortia Doubleday
Genres
SuspenseDrama
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]

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    July 12, 2016
    41min
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    one month later and omfg, five/nine changed the world. elliot in seclusion. darlene takes the lead. fsociety delivers malicious payload. TANGO DOWN? tbc.
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    July 12, 2016
    42min
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    angela happy at evil corp. tyrell MIA and joanna has a new bf? wtf? dom leads fbi investigation into five/nine. elliot demands answers from mr. robot.
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    July 19, 2016
    1 h 3 min
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    elliot vows to beat mr. robot but it aint easy, smh. angela sees behind the scenes at evil corp. sh*t hits fan with fsociety.
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    July 26, 2016
    1 h 5 min
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    elliot friends ray, hopes he can help finally delete mr. robot. dom makes a big discovery. darlene wonders whos the bigger threat - fbi or dark army?
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    August 2, 2016
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    elliot cant quit the game but tbh it proves bigger than expected. dom and fbi go to china to investigate five/nine. joanna is haunted - or hunted? darlene calls on angela for help.
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    August 9, 2016
    50min
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    mr. robot attempts to show elliot that he can be useful. darlene and angelas plan doesnt go as expected.
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    August 16, 2016
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    mr. robot and elliot try to make nice. darlene and angela FTW? joanna’s given an ultimatum.
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    August 23, 2016
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    fsociety releases a video. darlene acts on a desire from long ago. trenton and mobley smh.
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    August 30, 2016
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    angela wants more from evil corp than they want to give her. unsure if dark army is working w/ or against them, elliot and darlene seek answers. the truth is out there.
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    September 6, 2016
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    elliot starts to wonder if mr. robot has been lying to him. darlene tries to do the right thing. dom and fbi get closer.
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    September 13, 2016
    47min
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    angela makes an unexpected acquaintance. elliot does the same. dom engages in an interesting ama.
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    September 20, 2016
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    fsociety is in too deep rn. an old friend reveals all to elliot. sh*t gets real af.

Bonus (7)

  1. Bonus: Interview: Rami Malek
    June 16, 2016
    2min
    TV-14
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Go behind the scenes of MR. ROBOT with Rami Malek and get the scoop on the exciting new season.
  2. Bonus: Interview: Portia Doubleday
    June 16, 2016
    2min
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    English
    Go behind the scenes of MR. ROBOT with Portia Doubleday and get the scoop on the exciting new season.
  3. Bonus: Mr. Robot Decoded Special
    June 20, 2016
    40min
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    An exploration of the authenticity and societal impact of the award-winning hacker drama Mr. Robot.
  4. Bonus: Interview: Carly Chaikin
    June 16, 2016
    2min
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    English
    Go behind the scenes of MR. ROBOT with Calry Chaikin and get the scoop on the exciting new season.
  5. Bonus: Interview: Christian Slater
    June 16, 2016
    2min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Go behind the scenes of MR. ROBOT with Christian Slater and get the scoop on the exciting new season.
  6. Bonus: Interview: Sam Esmail
    June 16, 2016
    2min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Go behind the scenes of MR. ROBOT with Sam Esmail and get the scoop on the exciting new season.
  7. Bonus: Season 2 Sneak Peek
    June 16, 2016
    2min
    TV-14
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Take a look at what's coming up in Season 2.0 of MR. ROBOT.

More details

Supporting actors
Carly ChaikinMartin Wallstrom
Season year
2016
Network
USA
Content advisory
Alcohol usefoul languagesexual contentnuditysmokingfrightening scenessubstance useviolence
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4.6 out of 5 stars

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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on July 27, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Esmail brings the opposite of what shows like the Kardashians do to entertainment - depth, meaning, & a social conscience
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I can hardly believe it, everything I have ever wanted in 1 show have all combined and served to me on a silver platter with this network series. Sam Email is not only an artist, but a visionary who gives a voice to the social conscience through his creation of Mr. Robot. His character development reflects the sort of depth and and complexities similar to those of a Steinbeck novel such as East of Eden in which appearances are oftentimes just that - appearances.

Esmail's abilities has surpassed my expectations this 2ND season, however, when successfully rendering a portrayal which gave a new humanity to the other side with E Corp's seemingly cutthroat CEO becoming a more benign figure when he offers up a form of emotional and personal mercy to Angela after she has been in his employ faithfully for some time past. The character monologues are brilliant, the cinematography is superb, and the use of visual imagery to capture the moment taking place emotionally makes this the most impressive network drama to have ever aired on television for me.

Watch it and you will be likely to agree - Esmail is an impressive artistic force that makes you reconsider, or perhaps for the first time consider, a breadth of social constructs and economic systems currently in place and what the impact for society could be when disruption to these present day monolith institutions does take place. Simply brilliant!
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MedicalGirlReviewed in the United States on July 22, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
You'll need a Band-aid when you're done reading.
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On a whim, never having heard of it previously, I found myself watching Mr. Robot on TV (Amazon Prime free streaming Season 1). I loved it from the beginning. The world of computer hackers is mystical, secretive and interesting to me. I didn't think the show would change my way of thinking and my behaviour the way it has. The thing about this series is that even if you don't like the cast, the director, the story line, or maybe you just don't care less for computers and their capabilities, you still owe it to yourself to watch at least one or two episodes before deciding.. What makes this show addictive for me is the portrayal of raw human emotions which we all find so hard to discuss. I'm not talking about the struggles of the cast, I'm talking about you, me, our neighbors and friends, other humans. Every single one of us has to be more in control, more prepared. Every time I watch an episode my mind goes back to the 2003 Northeast Power blackout. Remember? There was a problem in the electrical grid that took out electricity to the most of the Eastern seaboard, including Canada for 24 hours. In some areas the power wasn't restored for over 3 days. We couldn't buy gas, the computers in the pumps didn't work. Money for lunch? HA! We couldn't use our ATM or credit card for days because the banks computers were down, there was no power at the bank, the grocery store, the hotels, NO WHERE. No money, no lights, no heat, no food, and no bank. One glitch, one unintentional mistake in the system and the domino's started falling. Now banks and large corporations get hit intentionally by hackers trying to take them down, every single day! I remember that hopeless feeling and realising how dependant I was on the system. Mr. Robot is giving me a much better idea of what is and isn't possible in today's world and that's no mistake. Black hat hackers aka "bad people doing bad things with computers" seem to have a lot of time on their hands. The show is an eye opener into that hacker world. The producers keep it true to life even in small details. That computer code you frequently see in the show, is code written to do what the script is saying happens. In other words, it might take 4 days to write that code and it only appears on your screen for seconds. But they know we are paying attention and some people even understand it (not me though). I enjoyed watching the interviews with the cast because they seemed just as suprised as I was at how easy some things are to hack. This show will change how you see society today and more importantly it might even help you correct some small mistakes that make us all so vulnerable. Even if you've never picked up a computer, the government and big business has loaded their computers with all the details of your life. Now, go get a Band-aid or a piece of tape and put it on the front facing camera of your phone, laptop, or computer. Yup. It takes about 1/2 and hour for a hacker to get access to the camera without you even realising it's ON!! During interviews each cast member said that's one of the first things they did after that episode because a hacker showed them just how easy it is. Hey, stop trying to peak over my bad-aid and start changing you're bank passwords lol. Seriously, unless your password has at least 12 digits, a mix of capitol and lower case letters, and two special characters (like a : or / ) you may as well give them a key. Hackers write password hacking programs that include dictionaries too so try not to use full words. See? It's amazing what they can do.
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James Earl CarterReviewed in the United States on August 19, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Superb, daring TV that may be too challenging for viewers not willing to give it time to breath.
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There's a reason a lot of the reviews, written after only seeing the first three episodes are complaining the show is messed up. It's not. Season 1 began with an intrigue and seemingly clear action oriented plot before it went off the rails in the latter half and became a through-the-looking glass psychological drama. This one starts even deeper in the looking glass than the last one then works it's way back to the action plot. So you may find yourself very confused for 4 episodes.

Bottom line: you have to stick with this for 7 episodes at least or it's just going to seem totally weird and---for the first two episodes--- even boring. What the director, cast, and writers are pulling off here is daring, intellectual and genius class stuff. They are banking on people's love of the first season to stick with something that requires mental effort and delayed satisfaction for the viewer.

No Spoilers but some advice on this. The first six episodes of season 2 are such different TV than you are used to that it's very likely it will be off putting. There is a great payoff for the effort it requires for the viewer to stick with it. The pay-off is even good if you sort of know the secret already.

But it starts out with an intentionally repetitive, existential, story line worthy of, and with all the dreadful aspects, of french existentialism or Waiting for Godot. The mood is desicated of emotions, there's long slow responses, scenes are draw out. It also contains some things that will have you wondering if you missed something. And the plot doesn't seem to be advancing at first. Then it detonates.

Finally, they do muff one plot detail exposition that they incorrectly expected all viewers to recall from the first season and without it one of the subplots make no sense. Since it's not a secret and you can easily re-watch the first season or look at IMDB for the actor's name, I'll just point out that the seemingly unimportant briefly seen parking lot attendant that kicked elliot out Wellek's cadilac is the same person Wellek's wife is paying off.
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C B DReviewed in the United States on September 19, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
The best television that I have ever seen - and now Malek has an Emmy!
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I cannot recall a television program with which I have ever been so enthralled. Rami Malek just won an Emmy for Best Actor as Elliot Alderson. I've had a few "hope I don't miss" and "I'll tape this later" favorites yet I've never had a television program that has been a cannot miss, that I identify so closely with (that doesn't have any of those "oh, crap" tech moments) and which is so perfectly cast, so expertly written and directed and edited by a genius (or maybe more).

I've never thought that I would be interested enough in a TV program to read and participate in discussion boards and blogs about it. The end of Season 2 is coming around and, while we know that there we lively be a Season 4, Sam Esmail hasn't made any predictions past that. And I think that's a good thing. You can only carry perfection so far. Four seasons and let it be televisions "Citizen Kane."

Because it's that good. The best television that I have ever seen.
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NULLReviewed in the United States on July 27, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
It's an existential series, not really a hacking series.
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I gave it four stars because this is really about humanity and what it is to be human. That is, it is an existential trip across existence. You have to ignore the hacking nonsense. It's infactual. I'm not going to start listing how lame the series depicts hacking. I'll give one example.

Angela gets company log in information using a capture dongle. (I'm not even going to go into why this is stupid, other than to say corporate information if behind a moat of honeypots protected by an encrypted firewall plus encrypted files. Sure, you might say that Target wa hacked, and I would say that was because Target IT wasn't doing their job.) But, I will tell you what doesn't make sense. Angela then uses her boss' log in information from her own terminal. Corporate security would flagged that log in immediately. So, no, of course she would have not gotten away with it.

The entire series in loaded with impossible hack attacks, but that's not what the series is really about. It's about morality, ethics, the human condition. It reminds me of a Dostoyevsky, Kafka, Sartre or a Camus novel. It's well done in that respect. Just ignore the hacker stuff, and enjoy a trip down Existential Lane.
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ThgilnEReviewed in the United States on December 29, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
12 esp? Why would you cut us off at 12?
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I'm telling you right now. YOU better make more for season 3. OMG to make us part of his personality. The one that he can talk to that even Mr Robot can't hear is by far genius. 2 then silence us after only 12 episodes is insanity! Forget the politics of it all and look at the Genius of the story. WtF my mind is blown, and it takes a lot for me to be drawn into a show.

Please now that Elliot knows more about what is happening DO make it cheesy for season 3. There is a way to milk more out of this story line Also don't bring in anymore big names people, and in no way get ride of his Father. In fact pay the man more to stay if he wants more.

Being one of a persons multiple personalities is intriguing, scary, and sickening all at the same time.

Rami Malek was a perfect fit for Elliot. I was sure in the beginning during season 1, but he had more for season to which opened his character and brought him to a whole new level.

You better give us a few bonus eps before season 3 is released. I will say this one last time MIND BLOWN. Such a simple and complex story round up with the audience playing a character.
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Scott SmithReviewed in the United States on November 9, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
Mr. Image
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As a programmer, I can't see why people like this stuff. It was charming for much of the first season, but at the end got weird in ways that it was hard to find intriguing. It's mostly about mental illness, and even there, it seems to lack a point except to portray a "style".

I recommend watching Halt and Catch Fire instead.
4 people found this helpful
tyelmeneReviewed in the United States on August 1, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
- a deep, intensity unlike any other show -
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The premise of Mr. Robot; the hacking, the dystopian view of corrupt corporatization (a favorite theme of mine), the drug use, and the mental disorder/break is just DEEP, more deeply explored than other shows, BUT...the way the show comes together; the writing, acting, cinematography...WOW. This show is spellbinding, almost too intense - watching, sometimes I have to remind myself to breathe.

Along with Orphan Black, my current "favorite show." Watch it!
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