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By Phil Nickinson
Sunday, Jul 10, 2016 at 8:54 pm EDT
We have released the #mrrobot season_2.0 Premiere early, but it won't be here long. Watch while you can, friends. https://t.co/ztye2bhfVB— Mr. Robot (@whoismrrobot) July 11, 2016
We have released the #mrrobot season_2.0 Premiere early, but it won't be here long. Watch while you can, friends. https://t.co/ztye2bhfVB
Catch up on Mr. Robot on Google Play
This is why I love AC!
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I binge watched season one on USA yesterday. It is, by far, the best show on TV.
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It's one of the best TV drama's ever made. And without a doubt the best to come out in the last couple years.
It's pretty good, haven't decided whether to bother with season 2, but I probably will.
I suppose it depends what you mean by "on TV", most stuff I watch is streamed, with Mr robot being no exception. Not sure it's actually been shown on UK TV yet.
Thanks! Would have been cool if they used a service that natively supports Chromecast but oh well.
They apparently did YouTube but I didn't see it in time.
Use the TV cast app in the Playstore.... I'm using it and I'm able to stream the Twitter video feed to my Chromecast!
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Now can't wait for part 2 on Wednesday
Great marketing. 'Hack' an early viewing to only see half. This is a great way to get those drawn in, amazing!
Content not found already... drat!
Awesome episode, with some frightening forecasting.
Damn, I missed it! Awesome show
First season ending was just one big wtf. First episode of second season will be decisive if it deserves to be watched further or not.
I really enjoyed season 1 until I got to suspect we had a Sixth Sense/Fight Club rip-off going on. Yes I was disappoint.
You maybe the only one then, because the 2 have similar things but are so very different. Maybe you should watch again with a better mindset.
No, it just wasn't that great. Just cos it was about 'computers' doesn't make it a stunningly original take on mental illness. It borrowed big time.
Well, it's about 'computers' in a much more realistic way than 95% of dramas out there, I think that's list of what drew many in... 'Course it borrows, most things do these days. It even borrows heavily from real life 'computer drama' like Anonymous' true stories, etc.
Until we came to suspect? I'm only about 4 episodes into the first season and I was suspecting that by the 3rd episode... (recorded the marathon last week, I'd watched 1 & 2 when it premiered then lost track of it)
When he supposedly pushes Elliott off the bridge I was almost convinced... In a lot (most?) scenes they don't outright interact with each other in front of anyone else (watch all the arcade scenes again).
I'm still digging it mind you...
CAN'T. WAIT. :-)