I've been a fan since before Season 1 began broadcasting. Pre-production notes drew me to this richly cinematic experience. Justwatching with the sound off, one can learn a wealth of material about framing, camera angle, lighting, direction, etc. Sam Esmail, the creator and director, is a freaking genius. And the story is rich and multi-layered (to say the least!), which means I enjoy and actually prefer watching at least twice. I watch each episode as it arrives, and then feast (binge) again on the season as a whole.
This material is very dark in places, but it will make you see things in a whole new way. Probably many new ways. You'll never take your "idle" webcam camera lens for granted again, that's for sure. Rami Malik plays Eliot Alderson, a very complex, intelligent yet troubled young man of many talents. Start with Season 1, Episode 1, and work your way through. A bumpy, often scary ride, but well worth it. Amazing story-telling, richly detailed. Deep and complex characters with backstories that are usually not what you expect. Don't believe most of what you see, and believe nothing you assume. Damn satisfying viewing, though!
Warning to squeamish viewers: harsh language (which doesn't bother me, but does bother some), and violence. Always within a context though - never gratuitous. All in all, one hell of a ride! Enjoy. (By the way, each Season Finale must be watched *past* the end credits for bonus footage, or you'll miss key footage.)